Teen hackers targeted by the National Crime Agency

By Agencies Teenagers committing crimes online are being targeted by the National Crime Agency. The campaign aims to warn young people about the dangers of hacking and using online tools for cyber-attacks. The CyberChoices campaign comes after...

Tech giant Toshiba to face $60m fine

By BBC Troubled Japanese tech giant Toshiba could face a record fine of 7.37bn yen ($60m; £39m) for its multi-billion dollar accounting scandal. The fine was recommended by the Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission (SESC) to...

Google: Make ‘spell-check’ for hate

By BBC Technology companies should work on tools to disrupt terrorism - such as creating a hate speech "spell-checker" - Google's chairman Eric Schmidt has said. Writing in the New York Times, Mr Schmidt said using...

Samsung to make $548m patent payment

By BBC Samsung has agreed to pay Apple $548m (£362m) as part of a deal to settle a long-running patent dispute. The arrangement was revealed in papers filed to a California court by both companies on...

Facebook rolls out live streaming video service

By BBC. Facebook users will be able to live stream video to their friends Facebook has begun rolling out a new feature on its social network which allows users to stream live video. A select group of...

10 ways to make the wi-fi in your house/office more powerful

By Agencies.   The communications watchdog says wireless networks in homes and offices are often set up incorrectly or they're suffering from "interference" from electronics with wiring like baby monitors and things like microwaves. Ofcom has launched...

Social media sites reinforce stand against Militant Propaganda

By Agencies. Facebook, Google and Twitter are stepping up efforts to combat online propaganda and recruiting by Islamic militants, but the Internet companies are doing it quietly to avoid the perception that they are helping...

Research shows women in need of empowerment in ICTs

By Anne Mulehi/Mary Nyambura Women living in poor urban settlements tend to have less access to internet according to a research carried out by the International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT). Through IPSOS, the research...

Who wants a smart toy for Christmas?

By BBC If you were thinking about buying a smart toy for Christmas, the Vtech hackmay have led you to think again. For many parents the thought of their children's personal data being stolen and made...

Samsung to make $548m patent payment

By BBC Samsung has agreed to pay Apple $548m (£362m) as part of a deal to settle a long-running patent dispute. The arrangement was revealed in papers filed to a California court by both companies on...
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