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Technology Facebook slammed by experts as being 'no place' for young kids

Facebook is getting slammed by child-health advocates who have written a letter urging the company to discontinue its recently released Messenger Kids app, saying it will "undermine children’s... More

Technology Facebook slammed by experts as being 'no place' for young kids

Facebook is getting slammed by child-health advocates who have written a letter urging the company to discontinue its recently released Messenger Kids app, saying it will "undermine children’s... More

Technology Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Latest Data Privacy Debacle

The Strava episode shows that the confidentiality of information is a public good that cannot be regulated by millions of individual choices. More

Technology Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Latest Data Privacy Debacle

The Strava episode shows that the confidentiality of information is a public good that cannot be regulated by millions of individual choices. More

Technology Facebook 'no place' for young children

30 January 2018 Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Studies question how good social media is for children's health More than 100 child... More

Technology Beware sophisticated ATM 'jackpotting' attack, warns Secret Service

Criminals are using technology to target ATMs in a sophisticated ‘jackpotting’ attack, warns the Secret Service. More

Technology Secret Service warns of ‘Jackpotting’ hackers targeting ATMs in the U.S.

Criminals that can compromise an ATM in a matter of minutes and make it spew out its entire load of cash, a process known as "Jackpotting," may be targeting ATMs near you, according to a warning... More

Technology 8 top tech products for serious winter camping

What does it take to survive on an island in winter? For anyone who has actually tried such a hair-brained scheme, you know it’s all about the gear. The wind is ferocious at times off a frozen... More

Technology Hackers invade YouTube ads to mine cryptocurrency

This week, ads over YouTube carried a sneaky surprise: a cryptocurrency miner. More

Technology Fitness tracking data on Strava app reveal US military bases details, sparking security concerns

Data from fitness trackers that clearly show the movement of personnel at U.S. military bases is sparking major concern, with experts citing potential dangers to base security. More

Technology How Amazon's ad business could threaten Google and Facebook

It’s easy to see how Amazon.com Inc. threatens the world’s retailers. But analysts, brands and advertising agencies are waking up to the fact that a growing piece of Amazon’s business impinges on... More

Technology Strava's Fitness Heatmap Makes it Easy to Find Military Bases

On paper, it sounds like a great idea. More

Technology Driverless 'Roborace' car makes street track debut

It is a car kitted out with technology its developers boldly predict will transform our cities and change the way we live. More

Technology How to outsmart fake news in your Facebook feed

Fake news is actually really easy to spot -- if you know how. Consider this your New Media Literacy Guide. More

Technology Revealed: Winners of the 'Oscars of watches'

It's the prize giving ceremony that everyone's on time for. More

Technology Flying a sports car with wings

Piloting one of the breed of light aircraft is said to be as easy as driving a car More

Technology What parents should know about the VR gear kids want

Thinking about treating your family to a little virtual reality this holiday? Have no idea where to start? Don't worry. From Google's inexpensive Cardboard VR viewer to Sony's new PlayStation VR,... More

Technology Teen girls prepare for space launch

Teenage girls have designed Africa's first private satellite due to launch into space in 2017. It's hoped it can monitor and find answers to South Africa's drought crisis. More

Technology Brightest supermoon since 1948

See photos of November's supermoon -- the brightest in nearly 70 years. More

Technology Cell phones, screens are keeping your kid awake

These days, teachers often face classrooms filled with yawning students who stayed up late snapping selfies or playing online games. More