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In Britain’s boardrooms, Brexit is already here. And the warning is stark | Aditya Chakrabortty | Opinion | The Guardian
For Westminster, leaving Europe is months away: for businesses making plans, it’s the present, says Guardian columnist Aditya Chakrabortty
eu 
6 hours ago
Wall Street senses change as the bear reveals its Faangs | Nils Pratley | Business | The Guardian
Bumper summer for Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix and Google ends with a spill
finance 
6 hours ago
Behind the scenes with The League of Gentlemen – a photo essay | Television & radio | The Guardian
Photographer Sarah Lee was given exclusive access in Royston Vasey for The League of Gentlemen’s last performance of their live tour. Gareth MacLean reflects on 20 years of the League and speaks to the gents themselves
tv 
7 hours ago
America’s nuclear arsenal relies on this brand-new supercomputer - The Verge
"Sierra" was just crowned the second most powerful supercomputer on the planet. And while most of its peers use their power for climate simulations, astrophysics, and other civilian work, Sierra is purpose-built for an entirely different mission: nuclear weapons.
tech  military 
7 hours ago
A hotline to Satan: why is the ex-CEO of Vodafone making a film version of Faust? | Film | The Guardian
He used to broker billion-dollar deals with telecom giants. Now he’s making a pact with the devil. We go behind the scenes of Philipp Humm’s AI take on Goethe’s damnation epic
film 
8 hours ago
Steven Berkoff: who will dare to stage my one-man Harvey Weinstein play? | Stage | The Guardian
He’s played baddies in everything from Bond to Beverly Hills Cop. Now he’s tackling the disgraced movie mogul in a self-penned play. The actor-playwright explains why theatre is dying out – along with his enemies’ reputations
acting  film 
8 hours ago
Revealed: one in four Europeans vote populist | World news | The Guardian
Exclusive research shows how populists tripled their vote over the past two decades
eu  politics 
8 hours ago
How many letters are there in ERG? Not 48, that's for sure | Politics | The Guardian
Even Labour organises better coups than Jacob Rees-Mogg’s European Research Group
eu 
10 hours ago
'A terrible shame': Jude Law defends Woody Allen film after Amazon shelves it | Film | The Guardian
Actor defends A Rainy Day in New York, shot in 2017 but postponed after cast members denounced the director
film 
10 hours ago
Robin Hood review – beardless and bloated prequel should be outlawed | Film | The Guardian
This CGI-heavy reboot steals ideas from other films but only gives back a cast of big hitters, including Ben Mendelsohn
film 
10 hours ago
Linus Torvalds: After big Linux performance hit, Spectre v2 patch needs curbs | ZDNet
Patch is causing as much as a 50 percent drop in performance in some Linux workloads.
linux 
11 hours ago
Security warning: UK critical infrastructure still at risk from devastating cyber attack | ZDNet
Not enough is being done to protect against cyber attacks on energy, water and other vital services.
tech  intelligence  hacking 
11 hours ago
​Why the NHS is killing paper records to save lives | ZDNet
The NHS still relies on paper for many patient records. Getting rid of it could free up time, and money.
tech  nhs  information 
11 hours ago
On a roof, inside London's 5G mobile trial | ZDNet
On the rooftops of London, the next generation of mobile services is coming into focus.
mobile 
11 hours ago
Autodesk and NASA build the most complex generative design ever
Autodesk worked with NASA to create a space lander prototyle that can withstand the temperatures and pressures of outer space.
nasa 
12 hours ago
The leading operating system for PCs, IoT devices, servers and the cloud | Ubuntu
Ubuntu is an open source software operating system that runs from the desktop, to the cloud, to all your internet connected things.
ubuntu 
13 hours ago
ShortList magazine to close amid declining revenues | Media | The Guardian
About 20 staff are expected to lose their jobs at men’s title, which launched in 2007
magazines 
13 hours ago
David Hockney painting earns record $90.3m for living artist | Art and design | The Guardian
Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures) beats $58.4m record set by Jeff Koons
art 
13 hours ago
RFU in turmoil after chief executive Steve Brown’s shock resignation | Sport | The Guardian
Increasing disquiet about the Rugby Football Union’s financial position has triggered the departure of Steve Brown as chief executive
sport 
13 hours ago
For hard-right revolutionaries, Brexit is cover for a different end | Polly Toynbee | Opinion | The Guardian
A group of Tory extremists would welcome the havoc of ‘no deal’, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee
eu 
16 hours ago
'We want to make sure everyone's safe' – how to film a sex scene | Television & radio | The Guardian
A new specialist has been hired by HBO to ensure that actors on their shows can shoot sex scenes without fears of misconduct
tv  film 
16 hours ago
Break up Facebook (and while we're at it, Google, Apple and Amazon) | Opinion | The Guardian
Big tech has ushered in a second Gilded Age. We must relearn the lessons of the first, writes the former US labor secretary
tech  google 
16 hours ago
Robinson Crusoe in Florida: Sarasota's dazzling modernist holiday homes | Art and design | The Guardian
Back in the 50s, architects Ralph Twitchell and Paul Rudolph realised their dreams of airy beach houses for carefree living in Sarasota – a place now overwhelmed by mega-mansions
architecture 
16 hours ago
Brexit: court rejects attempt to derail legal action to revoke article 50 | Politics | The Guardian
Government challenge against European court of justice referral dismissed by supreme court
eu 
16 hours ago
EU ministers approve spy school plan in raft of defence initiatives | World news | The Guardian
European armoured vehicle and cyber response team among 17 projects agreed on Monday
eu  intelligence 
yesterday
Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's arrest in Japan shocks auto industry | Business | The Guardian
Shares slide after allegations executive understated income on financial statements
car 
yesterday
Like Norman Foster's Gherkin? Meet his cocktail cornichon | Art and design | The Guardian
The Tulip, Foster’s strange proposal for a Mini-Me Gherkin on a stick, is a parody of architectural hubris he’s hoping will get the billionaire owner out of a pickle
architecture 
yesterday
Garden shed DJ with audience of one to get BBC radio special | Media | The Guardian
Hertfordshire-based music lover Deke Duncan gets big break after 44 years
bbc  radio 
yesterday
Brexit: what the draft agreement means for the arts
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yesterday
OpenStack Summit Berlin 2018, Mark Shuttleworth keynote | Ubuntu blog
Mark Shuttleworth, CEO of Canonical, took to the stage at the OpenStack Summit Berlin to deliver his keynote, dealing with: product and support, MAAS support for ESXi, upgrading OpenStack smoothly and perfectly portable AI from the cloud…
ubuntu 
yesterday
Google Pixel USB-C earbuds review: more than okay Google - The Verge
Google’s Pixel USB-C earphones bring Google Assistant and USB-C compatibility to the affordable segment of the headphones market. Bundled in the box with the new Pixel 3 devices or available as a $30 purchase, they’re unglamorous and uncomplicated.
google 
yesterday
ESA
The European Space Agency portal features the latest news in space exploration, human spaceflight, launchers, telecommunications, navigation, monitoring and space science.
space 
yesterday
Space: how far have we gone – and where are we going? | Science | The Guardian
Billionaire entrepreneurs are trying to create rockets fit for human travel, while government agencies spend billions furthering their explorations. But we are still a long way off from making our way to the red planet
space 
yesterday
Brexit is a class betrayal. So why is Labour colluding in it? | John Harris | Opinion | The Guardian
The opposition could still mobilise support for a people’s vote, says the Guardian columnist John Harris
eu 
yesterday
How to install Youtube-dl on Linux and MacOS | H2S Media
The Youtube-dl is the simple command line tool to download YouTube videos directly on the Ubuntu or other Linux system using command terminal. 
linux  ubuntu 
yesterday
Avengers 4 Is Definitely A Time Travel Film | ScreenRant
The evidence is conclusive: Avengers 4 will be a time-travel story. The future of the MCU will lie in the past, as the heroes try to rewrite history.
marvel 
yesterday
Marvel Has Released An Official MCU Timeline | ScreenRant
Marvel's 'First 10 Years' anniversary celebration contains an official timeline of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But does it solve all the problems?
marvel 
yesterday
Google News may shut over EU plans to charge tax for links | Technology | The Guardian
Search engine is lobbying hard to stop proposed tax, aimed at compensating news publishers
google 
2 days ago
Jeremy Corbyn to set out Labour alternative to PM's Brexit plan | Politics | The Guardian
Corbyn will tell business leaders a ‘good Brexit plan’ must include ‘radical programme of investment and real change’
eu 
2 days ago
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme review: The first X1 with a Core i7-8750H, and GeForce graphics - Neowin
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Extreme is the latest entry into the X1 family, and it's a big one, literally. It's the first 15.6-inch ThinkPad X1, and it's the most powerful of the bunch. Here's our review.
thinkpad 
2 days ago
The Guardian view on Brexit delusions: the EU27 have a say, too | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian
Editorial: The draft withdrawal agreement has not shaken but hardened the wishful thinking of leavers
eu 
2 days ago
The world according to Archigram | Art and design | The Guardian
The hugely influential collective Archigram mixed 60s space race ideas with British provincial humour to visualise ‘pulsating’ mobile cities of the future
architecture 
2 days ago
The Great British Brexit Quiz
I matched 91% with Remain in the . See where you stand at
brexitquiz  from twitter
2 days ago
High Gain Freeview TV Aerial - August DTA240 - HD: Amazon.co.uk: Electronics
Shop High Gain Freeview TV Aerial - August DTA240 - HD Portable Indoor/Outdoor Digital HD Antenna for USB TV Tuner / DVB-T Television / DAB Radio / SD / 4K - With Magnetic Base. Free delivery and returns on eligible orders.
freeview 
2 days ago
‘Who the f*** does he thinks he is’: Broadcaster Melvyn Bragg takes aim at Cameron, Brexiteers and… ‘that weasel’ Macron | PoliticsHome.com
Brexit has become a cult like the Moonies, David Cameron is a “smarmy PR man”, Emmanuel Macron is a “weasel” and Theresa May could emerge “better than Boudica” if she backs staying in the EU. That is according to veteran broadcaster Melvyn Bragg.
eu 
2 days ago
Melvyn Bragg: “Brexit has become a cult. It’s a bit like the Moonies" | PoliticsHome.com
Since the referendum, Melvyn Bragg has made it his business to familiarise himself with all things Brexit. The broadcaster fears that leaving the EU will be a disaster for the country – but sees a way out for his party and Theresa May. He talks to Sebastian Whale
eu 
2 days ago
Čezeta e-scooter: ‘The rebirth of the chicest communist-era scooter of all time’ | Martin Love | Technology | The Guardian
After an absence of half a century, the radical, torpedo-shaped Čezeta is set to turn heads everywhere, says Martin Love
car 
2 days ago
Jeff Goldblum review – showmanship and musicianship joyously combined | Culture | The Guardian
The Hollywood star imposes his inimitable personality on a set of jazz standards, silkily played in the company of the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra
music 
2 days ago
Confusion mingles with anger as leafy Esher ponders Brexit | Politics | The Guardian
In the seat of Dominic Raab, the ex-Brexit secretary, passions are running high among Leavers and Remainers alike
eu 
2 days ago
The Observer view on Brexit – the people must have a chance to give their verdict | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian
The deal unveiled by Theresa May reveals how dire our options are. We need to have a say
eu 
2 days ago
Labour to force amendments that would block a no-deal Brexit | Politics | The Guardian
Keir Starmer says he has backing from Tory MPs and ministers to prevent disaster if Theresa May’s deal is voted down
eu 
2 days ago
Dadaist PM and vague Corbyn make nonsense of current state of Brexit | John Crace | Politics | The Guardian
Both party leaders depart Sky’s Ridge on Sunday politics show with credibility further diminished
eu 
2 days ago
Sophia Floersch fractures spine after huge airborne crash in Formula Three | Sport | The Guardian
Germany’s 17-year-old Formula Three driver Sophia Floersch has sustained a spinal fracture following a huge accident at the Macau Grand Prix, her team said on Sunday
f1 
2 days ago
How to Tell if Your Account Has Been Hacked - Motherboard
How to check if your Gmail, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other accounts have been hacked.
hacking  security 
2 days ago
Real Hackers Tell Us Why They Love the Movie 'Hackers' - Motherboard
We asked a bunch of hackers why they love the over-the-top, cult 90s movie 'Hackers.'
hacking 
2 days ago
The Motherboard Guide to Not Getting Hacked - Motherboard
Do you want to stop criminals from getting into your Gmail or Facebook account? Are you worried about the cops spying on you? We have all the answers on how to protect yourself.
hacking 
2 days ago
How to Securely Wipe Your Devices So You Can Recycle or Resell Them
How to clean out that drawer of old phones, laptops, and hard drives without having to worry about someone getting their hands on your data.
hacking 
2 days ago
Jeff Bezos tells employees 'one day Amazon will fail' | Technology | The Guardian
Tech giant’s founder made surprise warning in staff meeting when addressing question about Sears, according to a recording
web 
2 days ago
‘It doesn’t make sense’: Europe puzzled by UK Brexit meltdown | Politics | The Guardian
Some commentators heaped praise on the PM but in the bars and cafes, ordinary citizens were just bewildered
eu 
2 days ago
Emails reveal Arron Banks’ links to Steve Bannon in quest for campaign cash | UK news | The Guardian
Businessman sought Trump strategist’s help to raise funds for Leave.EU in the US
eu 
2 days ago
Twisted Land Rover preview: ‘The much-loved classic gets a major twist’ | Martin Love | Technology | The Guardian
Just when you thought the classic Defender was no more, along comes a firm determined to keep the 4x4 as relevant and desirable as ever, says Martin Love
car 
2 days ago
Computers have learned to make us jump through hoops | John Naughton | Technology | The Guardian
Machines are supposed to be tools that serve human ends, but the relationship is slowly shifting - and not in our favour
computing 
2 days ago
At home and abroad, Emmanuel Macron ploughs lonely furrow | World news | The Guardian
French president’s progressive global ambitions come up against reality of nationalism and authoritarian regimes
france  politics 
2 days ago
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