Technology

The state of South Australia is home to half of all the wine produced in the country, but the state is also very dry and changing climate conditions and water shortages mean optimising water use is essential. The University of Adelaide is developing water sensors, thermal imaging and rovers with artificial intelligence to help winegrowers
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Rights activists, journalists and lawyers around the world have been targeted with Pegasus phone malware sold to authoritarian governments by an Israeli surveillance firm called NSO, media reports say. NSO denies any wrongdoing. The BBC’s cyber reporter, Joe Tidy, explains what spyware is, and agrees to be spied on by his producer to show how
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BBC Click’s Romana Kreider looks at the best technology news stories of the week including: Google is fined €500m (£427m) by France’s competition authority for not negotiating “in good faith” with news organisations over their use of content. Google has told the BBC the decision “ignores our efforts to reach an agreement” One of the
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Cloud-based software which enables digital characters to be created quickly and by anyone has been released by Epic Games. MetaHuman Creator allows digital renderings to be produced in a process which would have previously required professional digital artists and taken weeks or months to complete. BBC Click’s Alex Humphreys reports. See more at Click’s website
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Singer Liv Harland might only have about 30 people watching her busk on the streets of Leeds, but there are tens of thousands seeing her live on TikTok. The 23-year-old says she can make more than three times as much money from her live streams compared to what she gets on the street. BBC entertainment
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