Sky News - Latest Technology SpaceX to fly tourists around Moon in 2018 2017-02-27T22:09:00.000000Z SpaceX has announced plans to fly two private citizens around the Moon next year, in the first manned US mission since the 1970s. Sony unveils 4K and super slow-mo smartphone 2017-02-27T10:35:00.000000Z Sony has unveiled the world’s first smartphone to be equipped with a 4K definition high dynamic range screen – technologies which until now have been limited to premium televisions. Nokia 3310 back with longer battery life and Snake 2017-02-26T18:01:00.000000Z The maker of Nokia phones has unveiled its much-anticipated new 3310 - a revamp of one of its most successful models. Card killer: Is finger pay the new contactless? 2017-02-24T21:45:00.000000Z Camden Market in north London. A swirl of people hunting for bargains, trends and photo opportunities. And amid it all is a chance to see the future. Drone 'narrowly avoids' crashing into plane 2017-02-24T13:20:00.000000Z A drone "narrowly avoided" colliding with a plane preparing to land in severe weather, the UK Airprox Board (UKAB) has said. Uber sued over self-driving technology 'theft' 2017-02-24T06:57:00.000000Z Uber is being sued by Waymo - the self-driving car unit of Google owner Alphabet - over allegations of technology theft. Deutsche Telekom hack 'mastermind' held in Luton 2017-02-23T09:36:00.000000Z A British man has been arrested on suspicion of launching a cyberattack on a German telecoms company, which left one million customers unable to go online. Forget five-a-day, 10 fruit and veg is best 2017-02-23T07:18:00.000000Z Protection against disease increases with each extra fruit and veg portion per day, according to experts. Three newly found planets could support life 2017-02-22T11:22:00.000000Z Scientists have discovered at least three new planets in our galaxy that could have allowed life to evolve. Step counting apps 'could be harming people' 2017-02-21T04:05:00.000000Z Step counting apps could be driving people to chase over-ambitious goals, a leading computer scientist has claimed.