OPINION - Tech & Science Daily podcast: Where is Twitter headed now?

Elon Musk is now in charge of Twitter and has ousted its top three executives (PA) (PA Wire)
Elon Musk is now in charge of Twitter and has ousted its top three executives (PA) (PA Wire)

Elon Musk kicked off his ownership of Twitter with a load of firings and repealing the ban on former US president Donald Trump from the platform, with reports suggesting he wants to become interim CEO.

Tech & Science Daily spoke to London tech founder Emma Kay, who says her WalkSafe+ app helps firms ensure workers get home safely.

Emma Kay says growing up as a police officer’s daughter drummed into her street safety.

A Nasa spacecraft records a rare event on Mars - a crater bigger than London’s Trafalgar Square being blasted out of the Martian surface by some kind of meteorite.

The impact also revealed pieces of ice around the edge of the crater’s blast zone.

New British prime minister Rishi Sunak is being slammed by eco groups over what’s described as a “failure of leadership” for not attending next month’s COP27 climate summit in Egypt.

No.10 says the PM’s concentrating on finalising the government’s November budget statement.

A fleet of electric London buses has been fitted with new technology using train-style rooftop charging arms to deliver rapid charges. Research led by the University of Geneva is suggesting gentle piano music and the sound of pleasant daytime experiences could help soothe away nightmares. And a Facebook post has led to the greater white-toothed shrew becoming the first mammal species to be discovered in the British Isles in a century.

Plus, engineers have unveiled what they claim are the world’s fastest shoes - eight-wheeled robot rollerskates designed double a person’s walking speed.

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