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Snowden: NSA hack is likely a warning from Russia

Notorious NSA contractor-turned-privacy advocate Edward Snowden today took to Twitter to discuss the details of yesterday’s ‘Equation Group’ hack. The Equation Group — allegedly an offshoot of the NSA — saw its defenses penetrated by a group calling itself ‘The Shadow Brokers.’ Eventually this data …

Beyoncé's Lemonade is her best album yet - review

<b>REVIEW: Beyoncé, Lemonade (Parkwood / Columbia)</b><p>Beyoncé Knowles-Carter has finally made the album that her talent has long threatened, a work of focussed brilliance that truly justifies her regal pop status.<p>The powerhouse superstar singer’s exceptional gifts have never been in doubt, but like a lot …

New Orleans
Venezuela
Oil
World Economy

David Cameron has disastrously mishandled the crisis over his tax affairs

In life, you only get one chance to make a first impression. In politics, you only get one chance to make a full and frank disclosure. In and of themselves, the facts do not set you free – it is the handling that matters more than anything else.<p>The case of David Cameron and his father’s company …

The government spent £9 million warning that Brexit could make phone calls 38p more expensive

The 15-page leaflet, called "Why the Government believes that voting to remain in the European Union is the best decision for the UK," is being funded with £6.4 million of taxpayers money. Additionally, the accompanying website and digital promotion for the leaflet will cost around £2.9 million.<p>The …

United Kingdom

Tesla attracts the masses with Model 3, logs 276,000 reservations

Demand for the freshly unveiled electric vehicle is off to a flying start. Now, Tesla will have to "rethink production planning," says CEO Elon Musk.<p>In just a matter of days, Tesla has secured a cool $276 million in deposits from people who preordered its newly unveiled Model 3 electric …

Tesla

Virtual Doctor Visits May Not Be Best for Urgent Care

When it comes to urgent medical problems like ankle injuries or suspected strep, virtual MDs may be no match for the real thing, a new U.S. study …

Medicine

Britain's economic security depends on being in Europe, business leaders say

<b>Five business leaders write exclusively for the Telegraph: Gavin Patterson, CEO of BT; Ian Powell, Chairman and Senior Partner at PwC; John Davies, Chairman of Lawyers IN for Britain; Kristo Käärmann, CEO, TransferWise and James Murphy, Founder and CEO at adam&eveDDB. Here's what they have to say</b> …

European Union

Long term vegetarian diet changes human DNA raising risk of cancer and heart disease

Long term vegetarianism can lead to genetic mutations which raise the risk of heart disease and cancer, scientists have found.<p>Populations who have had a primarily vegetarian diet for generations were found to be far more likely to carry DNA which makes them susceptible to inflammation.<p>Scientists in …

Chipotle's New Scandal Is Even More Disgusting Than The Illness Outbreaks

You won't believe the things managers said to female employees and customers.<p>Chipotle just can't stay out of the news. After revamping its food-safety procedures and then changing them back again, the chain was still hit with another episode of norovirus. And now a former employee is suing the …

Customers

The manufacturing industry is being revolutionized by the Internet of Things

Manufacturers across all areas —automotive, chemical, durable goods, electronics, etc. — have invested heavily in IoT devices, and they're already reaping the benefits. Manufacturers utilizing IoT solutions in 2014 saw an average 28.5% increase in revenues between 2013 and 2014, according to a TATA …

Internet of Things

UK children falling behind in maths due to ‘superficial’ learning

OECD claims maths teaching in the UK is over-complicated, often with a focus on memorisation rather than mathematical concepts<p>UK schoolchildren are falling behind in maths because lessons in the subject are "a mile wide and an inch deep", according to an international education expert.<p>Andreas …

Education

Why This Recent Piece of ISIS Intelligence Stands Out

Two bonanzas surfaced in the war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) last week, although placing them in proper perspective …

Middle East
Oil

Ugly animals are being ‘shunned’ by scientists – study

Aesthetically challenged animals are routinely ignored by researchers in favour of 'cuter' animals, a new study suggests<p>‘Ugly’ animals could be at greater risk of becoming extinct as they are being ‘ignored’ by scientific researchers, a new study suggests.<p>More research and funding is likely to be …

Animals