Category: Tech

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staffSeptember 7, 2017

Man invents clothes that grow with your child

Parents spend more than $2500 on clothes for one child before they even reach the age of three. It’s hard ...

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staffSeptember 7, 2017

Facebook uncovers Russia-funded misinformation campaign

Facebook says it has discovered a Russian-funded campaign to promote divisive social and political messages on its network. The company ...

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staffAugust 17, 2017

HBO social media hacked in latest cyber security breach

HBO’s Facebook and Twitter accounts have been compromised in the latest cyber security breach to hit the firm. A group ...

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staffAugust 14, 2017

NHS cyber-defender Marcus Hutchins pleads not guilty in US

A British cyber-security researcher has pleaded “not guilty” to charges of creating and selling malware that snooped on victims’ banking ...

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staffAugust 10, 2017

Facebook introduces new video service

Social media giant Facebook has made a move into dedicated video, pitting it against YouTube and TV networks. Users will ...

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staffAugust 8, 2017

Lonely Planet attempts Instagram competitor

Algorithms don’t have good taste. At least not yet. That’s the message Lonely Planet’s chief executive, Daniel Houghton, wants you ...

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staffAugust 7, 2017

Google employee anti-diversity memo causes row

A Google employee’s opinion criticizing the firm’s diversity initiatives is causing a furore at the firm. In an internal memo, ...

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staffAugust 4, 2017

NHS cyber-defender Marcus Hutchins charged in US

The British cyber-security researcher who stalled WannaCry cyber-attack that hit the NHS has been arrested and charged in a US ...

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staffAugust 2, 2017

Dark web markets boom after AlphaBay and Hansa busts

Trade on several of the dark web’s illegal markets has boomed since two major players were shut by the authorities ...

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staffJuly 31, 2017

Will you need a driving licence in the age of self-driving cars?

Driverless vehicles may seem unfamiliar now, but over the coming years you’ll start to encounter – or even use them ...