Apple Maps is down, but there’s a solution for you

Apple Maps is down, so tough luck if you were relying on your iPhone to get somewhere. But don’t worry, there’s a solution for you. Can you guess what it is? In this article, you can find out what’s happening with Apple Map and what to do until it comes back on again.

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Tech leaders say visa cap removal may not solve UK skills shortage

Easing of immigration rules may not be enough to keep UK ahead of rivals, say experts

Leaders in the UK tech industry have warned that the government’s removal of a visa cap for skilled migrants may not go far enough to ensure Britain continues to attract the best people from across the sector.

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Rise of the machines: has technology evolved beyond our control?

Technology is starting to behave in intelligent and unpredictable ways that even its creators don’t understand. As machines increasingly shape global events, how can we regain control?

The voice-activated gadget in the corner of your bedroom suddenly laughs maniacally, and sends a recording of your pillow talk to a colleague. The clip of Peppa Pig your toddler is watching on YouTube unexpectedly descends into bloodletting and death. The social network you use to keep in touch with old school friends turns out to be influencing elections and fomenting coups.

Related: YouTube to clamp down on disturbing kids’ videos such as dark Peppa Pig

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