The Twitter accounts of the Kenyan defence forces and its spokesman have been hacked by activists protesting against corruption. Kenyan military spokesman Major Emmanuel Chirchir often uses Twitter to give updates of the war against Somalia’s al-Shabab militant group. The hackers criticised the government of President Uhuru Kenyatta, saying it only protected the interests of [...]Read More
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Microsoft is going to stop developing Android-powered smartphones beyond those already available. Nokia X models will now become part of the Lumia range and run the Windows Phone operating system, although existing Android handsets will continue to be supported. The tech firm acquired Nokia’s handset division earlier this year. Nokia unveiled its first family of [...]Read More
The NHS is testing a sticking-plaster-sized patient-monitoring patch. It is placed on the chest and it’s able to wirelessly transmits data on heart rate, breathing and body-temperature while the patient is free to move around. T he system, developed in Britain, could ease pressure on wards and has the potential to monitor patients in their [...]Read More
People in the UK who pirate music and films will soon start receiving emails warning them that their actions are not legal. The warnings are part of a larger scheme that aims to educate people about copyright and legal ways to enjoy digital content. The project, that will start next year, will include up to [...]Read More
Samsung Electronics said it has found evidence of suspected child labour at a factory of its Chinese supplier Dongguan Shinyang Electronics. The firm conducted an investigation into the supplier after New York-based campaign group, China Labor Watch, accused it of hiring children. The South Korean firm has temporarily suspended business with the supplier following the [...]Read More
A new internet domain for Scotland is set to be launched, allowing people to choose a .scot web or email address for the first time. About 50 sites are expected to go live in the next few days. Among those who have signed up for a new domain are the Scottish government, WWF Scotland, NHS [...]Read More
Microsoft has been working on a device that could help blind people locate themselves within the environment and objects around them. A group of eight blind people tested the device that gives related information, through an earpiece, when the wearer looks at objects of interest. The project, which has been compared to Google Glass, has been [...]Read More
As Steve’s presentation highlighted at the last Internet Leaders Dinner there are a lot of factors that influence the success of an ecommerce project. Summit, specialists in online retailing, have been building, trading and driving traffic to ecommerce platforms for 14 years. Here are our tips for a profitable ecommerce project: 1. Business needs should [...]Read More
Millions of pounds are going to be spent on faster wi-fi for commuter trains across England and Wales. The new service, which could be 10 times faster than the service available at the moment, should be available within three to four years and commuters will in future be able to get a connection through equipment [...]Read More
A suspect has been arrested after a dog trained to detect electronic circuitry found a memory stick containing images of child sexual abuse hidden in his a tin box inside a cabinet. The dog, that was given to Rhode Island police from Connecticut, completed 22 weeks of training which involved detecting gadgets for food. The [...]Read More