The Best of Sky News Tech
8 most popular Sky News Tech articles, as voted by our community.
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Sky News Tech on Disability
Blind patients have sight partially-restored using brain implant
People taking part in the trial can tell where grass and path meet during walks, and when they are near a window or doorway.
Sky News Tech on Human Rights
Turing's story is 'motivation to keep fighting for equity and justice'
He represents all people who have been - and continue to be - denied their human rights, says Dr Whitaker.
Sky News Tech on Language
These 10 words have been 'banished' for 2023
Lake Superior State University has chosen the ten words it found were most "misused, overused, and useless" in 2022 and forbidden people from using them at all for the next 12 months.
Sky News Tech on LGBTQIA
Hundreds of young trans people seeking help to return to original sex
According to a charity being set up to help them, members of the trans community are detransitioning.
Sky News Tech on Nature
Dinosaur had longest neck ever seen in an animal, scientists say
The animal belongs to a subgroup known as sauropods, which are known for their large size, long neck and tail, four-legged stance and plant-eating diet.
Sky News Tech on Pets
Cats are as good as dogs at helping us beat stress
Cats and dogs may be sworn enemies but both have a role to play in helping very emotional people to cope
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Artificial Intelligence sleep app may mean an end to sleeping pills for insomniacs
Up to 800,000 people in England could benefit from the £45 app which can work through wearable devices like the Apple watch.
Queen's death: From the new King to national mourning, this is what happens now
The UK will observe a period of national mourning, the new King will address the nation, he's then expected to travel around Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, and millions are likely to flock to…
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