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Posted: May 17
So it's happened again, another cybersecurity uberhack and the world reels from the chaos it has unleashed. But it's not as if it we haven't been warned. Cybersecurity is everywhere in popular cult...
Posted: May 17
You may not be vain but I'm guessing any technology that shaves a few years off your age is likely to get your vote. But how about video technology that measures your mood when you are in a store? ...
Posted: May 17
Hackers have reportedly stolen a digital copy of the new Disney film Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and are holding it to ransom, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Multiple sourc...
Posted: May 16
The digital workplace continues to bring a disruptive element to highly competitive markets and sectors. The businesses that thrive will be those that plan ahead for emerging technologies. Given the s...
Posted: May 16
The malicious ransomware attacks that affected computers in at least 150 countries on Friday could spread further as employees return to work this week, according to several cyber-security experts. ...
Posted: May 16
Parked one million miles away from Earth, a NASA space camera has been taking photographs of our blue planet for the last twelve months. Now given that humans first sent a satellite to space half a c...
Posted: May 16
A planet orbiting our closest neighbouring star may feature a stable climate that could support life, according to new research. Proxima B, which lies just 4.2 light years from Earth and is a similar...
Posted: May 16
The HTC U11 is the company’s brand-new flagship smartphone and one that it’s calling the first “squeezable” phone. Four pressure sensors on each side of the phone allow you to...
Posted: May 16
In 2015, more than one million Volkswagen vehicles were caught in an emissions scandal after it was discovered the cars had been fitted with ‘defeat devices’ to deliberately mislead in env...
Posted: May 16
A number of antibiotic-resistant superbugs have been discovered on the London Underground. More than 80 swabs were taken from handles and seats of each of the tube lines as part of a study, revealing...
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