Elon Musk: Tesla is now accepting Bitcoin for car purchases

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Tesla's chief executive Elon Musk has said that the company will now be directly accepting Bitcoin from consumers wishing to purchase cars.

Bitcoin’s record-breaking surge means one man ended up paying £440m for two pizzas

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Bitcoin has surged to a new all-time high - with prices breaking £44,000 for the first time.

Biden picks former space shuttle mission specialist to head NASA

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President Joe Biden has picked former space shuttle payload specialist Bill Nelson to lead NASA over the course of his administration.

Elon Musk responds to Chinese military’s concerns: ‘If Tesla uses its cars to spy,...

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Elon Musk has said his company would be shut down if its cars were used for the purposes of spying.

Boris Johnson launches £5bn ‘Project Gigabit’ and reveals first areas to get ‘lightning-fast broadband’

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Boris Johnson is promising a "rocket boost" for parts of the country with slow broadband - in the latest pledge in his "levelling up" agenda.

COVID-19: Misinformation wars on WhatsApp sees faith groups take on fake news

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Faith groups are leading the fight against vaccine misinformation on what one called the "lawless wasteland" of WhatsApp.

PM warned not to ‘drop our guard’ on military power as he boasts of...

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Boris Johnson has said new efforts to radically boost the UK's cyber capabilities will "transform our ability to protect our people".

Experts savour £4,000 bottle of wine that spent a year in space – and...

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Researchers in Bordeaux are analysing a dozen of bottles of French wine and snippets of grapevines which have returned to Earth after spending a year at the International Space Station.

Elon Musk’s Starlink in talks with UK to solve broadband problems

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The UK is in talks with Elon Musk's satellite broadband company Starlink to provide connectivity in hard-to-reach areas.

Whales are under significant threat from ship strikes. Could new technology save them?

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Marine researchers have launched new acoustic equipment off the south coast of Ireland in a bid to prevent whales being struck by large vessels.

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