5. Samsung is making all three models in its new flagship smartphone range, 5G-compatible. The top-end Galaxy S20 also introduces a 100x zoom camera.
The firm also confirmed a new foldable, the Galaxy Z Flip, which uses "folding glass" in its display and small fibres in its hinge to protect itself from damage.
4. Taiwan’s Foxconn hopes to resume half of its production in China by month-end, as the Apple supplier and others reopens plants shut over a coronavirus outbreak.
3. Gas and electricity customers will receive automatic compensation of £30 from May if their switch to a new provider goes wrong, Ofgem has said.
2. Regulator Ofcom is set to be given the power to make tech firms responsible for protecting people from harmful content the government will confirm today.
1. The UK economy saw no growth in the final three months of 2019, as manufacturing contracted for the third quarter in a row and the service sector slowed around the time of the election.
However the ONS figures also showed the economy grew by 1.4% in 2019, marginally higher than the 1.3% rate in 2018 and recent surveys have suggested that the economy has picked up in the new year.
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The 50 million tonnes of e-waste or electronic waste generated every year will more than double to 110 million tonnes by 2050, making it the fastest growing waste stream in the world, according to the author of a UN report. By far the biggest contributors to the level of e-waste are household appliances such as irons, vacuum cleaners, washing machines and fridges.
“We are extremely pleased to address another market with our first oncology test which has already seen traction in the UK and Europe since its launch in September 2019, and reinforces our strategic plans of product penetration and geographic expansion,” said Lyn Rees, Chief Executive of Yourgene.