Facebook drops support for Blackberry

By BBC Blackberry said it is "extremely disappointed" with Facebook's decision to discontinue support for its app. It means Blackberry users will have to use the mobile version of the website to log on to the...

Former Intel chief Andrew Grove dies

By BBC Andrew Grove, one of the architects of semiconductor giant Intel's success, has died aged 79. Mr Grove was the third employee at Intel and one of the leaders of its engineering team. He helped the...

Can the Micro Bit inspire a million?

By BBC It was last May that the BBC unveiled an ambitious plan to give a million schoolchildren a tiny device designed to inspire them to get coding. Now, after a few bumps in the...

FBI ‘may be able to unlock iphone’

By BBC The FBI says it may have found a way to unlock the San Bernardino attacker's iPhone without Apple's assistance. A court hearing with Apple scheduled for Tuesday has been postponed at the request of...

Smaller iPhone expected Monday as Apple counters drop

By Reuters Apple Inc (AAPL.O) is expected to launch a smaller, cheaper iPhone on Monday aimed at emerging markets and possibly China, the world's biggest buyer of smartphones, as it looks to reverse a decline...

The best affordable cameras for travel

By USA Today Small enough to fit in your pocket yet powerful enough to grab close-ups of distant landmarks: that’s the promise of so-called “travel zoom” cameras. These models typically offer roughly 30x zoom ratios,...

The typo that can get you hacked

By USA Today Here’s another reason to be extra careful about what you type into your web browser. Cybersecurity firm Endgame has unearthed a new spin on the good old “typosquatting” scam — the practice of...

Panasonic’s New Toasters Will Seriously Change Your Life

By USA Today One of my most prized possessions is a weird little Panasonic toaster—the NB-G110P, otherwise known as the FlashXPress. I’m not alone: Professional and user reviewers alike sing the praises of this unique product,...

Ben Nevis gains a metre, new GPS height measurement

By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent   The Ordnance Survey (OS), has re-measured the Scottish peak and its official height is now put at 1,345m - a metre taller than before. The actual difference from the last official...

FBI warns on risks of car hacking

By BBC The FBI and the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have added their voices to growing concerns about the risk of cars being hacked. In an advisory note it warns the public to be...
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