Three quarters of UK businesses are ready for EU GDPR

Despite Brexit, optimism is high, with some organisations spending up to £3.5 million on becoming compliant.

Huawei unveils Mate20 and Mate20 Pro with boosted AI and in-screen fingerprint sensor

New Mate20 and Mate20 Pro devices look to target “young entrepreneurs” with souped-up AI power.

MoD secrets exposed in major cyberattack

Secrets of the Ministry of Defence have been exposed in numerous cyber security incidents last year.

The future of commerce will be the human touch

Bringing emotion and empathy to the online experience will be the defining characteristic of a successful eCommerce retailer.

Contactless becomes most popular form of in-store payment

Worldpay study sees 30 per cent increase in contactless as consumers drop cash payments.

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies

Allen died in Seattle due to complications caused by the non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

The future of the fintech will require security, not just innovation

To stand a chance of remaining successful in the future banking market, financial services companies must ensure IAM policies are thorough, while guaranteeing API security. Any lapses here will cost a company dearly.

GCHQ demands companies shape up their IoT security

Security protector publishes rules to be followed by tech firms, with the likes of Hive already on board.

Raising customer service productivity with gameification

Speech analytics can allow call centres to implement gameification in a new and more engrossing way.

Winter Olympics hit by cyber-attack, but source unknown

The IOC has decided not to reveal who was behind the cyber attack that took place during the opening ceremony of the Games.

How may self-driving vehicles lead to job losses?

Autonomous vehicles may lead to temporary job loss but in the long term they will create new jobs and make the roads safer.

These Beautiful Jugs Are Designed to Look Like Your Heart

These jugs may look like a smart piece of modern design—because they are—but they're also modelled on the most important muscle of all: the beating heart in your chest.Read more...    

Barry Bonds Discovers Glassing

Urban Dictionary might be adding a new definition to the word “glassing.” Former Major League Baseball left fielder Barry Bonds sent out a tweet and an Instagram of himself sporting a pair of Google glasses yesterday while looking off into the distance and holding a cup of coffee.


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Huge queues as Charlie Hebdo goes on sale in Britain

LONDON — Hundreds of people queued for hours to get their hands on a copy of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, as it went on sale in the UK Friday, following several days of intense demand across Paris.Lines formed outside bookshops and newsagents across the country,


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Shopping for a Camera at This Amazing Store Is Way Better Than Ebay

If you're into analog photography, most of the time the only way to shop is online. It is exceedingly rare to come across a physical store with a hearty stock of film cameras you can hold and touch. One such oasis is the Denton Camera Exchange in the fair city of Denton, Texas. Read more...

That's No Fort... It's an Observatory 

This stunning aerial photograph of the Very Large Telescope platform somehow reminds me of a smaller base in a real time strategy game, like Starcraft or Total Annihilation. Read more...

Rob Lowe and Owen Jones just had a really weird Twitter spat

LONDON — It's always a bit random when celebrities start having a go at each other on Twitter, and it's even more unexpected when the tweeters in question aren't people you'd normally associate with each other in any way.See also:

Fox gets Republican fireworks but CNN gets candidates to reveal themselves in debate

Two debates on two networks resulted in two very different experiencesCNN's moderators took a far more hands-off approach, speaking about half as much as the Fox News moderators, according to an analysis from Dr. Eric Ostermeier of the University of MinnesotaDespite being twice is long,



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