Three ways hackers can invade your home

by www.bbc.co.uk
Even your kettle could give them a way in, as cyber security expert Ken Munro explains.
Read Full Article On www.bbc.co.uk
Latest
Following an emergency decision to move to Amazon Web Services, Iceland’s Wow Air has wholeheartedly bought into the cloud
A 34 year old man from Cardiff, Samata Ullah, who posted encryption training videos on a radical Islamic blog was a dangerous “cyber terrorist,” a court heard yesterday.
The National Association of Head Teachers backed moves to reject a new wave of grammar schools.
Head teachers express concerns that exam results can be manipulated by politicians and their agencies.
Head teachers express concerns that exam results can be manipulated by politicians and their agencies.
Parents of disabled children are often positive about the situation - but one mother says her children's autism has left her with "dark thoughts".
Elon Musk talks about networks of tunnel roads, autonomous driving, space travel and his pet snail Gary.
Heads will be told grammar school expansion in England is "for the few at the expense of the many".
It may be the end for home builders. MIT has unveiled an autonomous machine that uses a robotic arm that sprays insulation foam down and fills it in with concrete - it built a 12ft high dome in 14 h
The ‘ShadowCam’ developed by researchers at Arizona State University and Malin Space Science Systems will fly on Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter in 2018 to investigate shadowed areas.
The eight-bladed 'dragonfly' drone would fly from one region of Saturn's moon Titan to the next, recharging while landed using its own generator. It could also search for potentially habitable sites
The US president said he hoped the new order would create "thousands and thousands" of jobs.
SpaceX on Sunday is scheduled to make its first military launch, with a classified payload for the National Reconnaissance Office, which makes and operates spy satellites for the United States.
According to CNET, Amazon will reveal the new Echo device, codenamed 'Knight' next month. Earlier this week it introduced Echo Look, a 'style assistant' smart camera priced at $200.
Lockheed Martin is getting closer to unleashing Fury on the battlefield. The drone, called Fury, demonstrated, a flight endurance time of 15 hours, while operating nearly 200lbs of payload.
Apple Inc has asked the state of California to make changes in its proposed policies on self-driving cars, the latest sign the technology giant is pursuing driverless car technology.
The map is part of a series from non-profit IRIN around the forgotten wars in places like Myanmar, and southern Thailand which don't get the attention of wars like those in Iraq or Syria.
FlowLight is a desk-mounted traffic light capable of measuring the person's productivity and uses different colors to indicate four states - available, busy, away and do not disturb.
The new material, developed by MIT researchers, can adapt to changing environments. It has a Jell-O like consistency, but it can be as strong as a mineral found in human teeth.
Uber is giving its users more control over their accounts by letting them decide what data is shared and letting them delete their accounts in the app, instead of through customer service.
From births and deaths, to thousands of hours of Netflix watched, a new video from ASAP Science reveals just how much takes place in a span of sixty seconds. And, the numbers are staggering.
A report from the US Government Accountability Office found that the SLS rocket, the Orion capsule, and the Exploration Ground Systems are all facing challenges.
At the TED conference in Vancouver, Musk showed off a new video of electric skates transporting cars in a narrow tunnel, the raising them back to street level in a space as small as two parking spa
The near-miss with a passenger jet is the first in the UK to involve more than one drone.
Seattle-based Amazon's newly announced Echo Look device uses the company's Alexa AI to take photos and videos of users in their homes and make judgements on their outfits.
A UFO hunting website called SecureTeam 10, based in Cleveland, Ohio, claims to have spotted a passageway hidden on the moon which could be the stairway to extraterrestrial life.
The player experiences historical battles, from the storming of Omaha Beach for the D-Day landings to the liberation of Paris. It also features a zombie mode where players can shoot Nazi Zombies.
YouTube's inability to keep big-brand ads off unsavory videos is threatening to transform a rising star in Google's digital family into a problem child.
Researchers at the University of Washington analysed the faces of 13,536 individuals who participated in three national surveys in the US when they discovered the link.
Saint-Petersburg-based face-scanning app FaceApp reveals what celebrities might look like if they were a different age or gender.
Apple is 'finalizing' its secret weapon to take on Amazon's Echo. A new leak revealed the firm's smart speaker is nearing completion and will be marketed as a ‘Siri/AirPlay device’.
Nintendo is introducing a hand-held device called the 2DS XL, which will fit somewhere between the 2DS and New Nintendo 3DS XL. The new system is set to launch July 28th for $149.99.
Security expert, Scott Helme, has found an easy way for hackers to break into the $199 (£154) service, created by Viriginia-based startup Nomx, and take control of a user's email account.
The Albert Clock is designed by Axel Schindlbeck, a lecturer in Product Design at ESADMM College of Art and Design in Marseille, and Fred Mauclere, a software engineer.

Recent News

‘We will do everything to keep GuySuCo alive’ – Granger

President David Granger said today that his government will do everything possible to keep the sugar industry alive. He was speaking at the PNCR’s General Council meeting today.
Read Full Story

Experts slam 'Russian hacking' hype as 'fake news' to feed US media's ratings

The US authorities have been methodically accusing Russia since late last year of hacker attacks
Read Full Story

Pope Francis I praises level of relations with Eastern Orthodox Church

He said it on Saturday as answered questions from reporters making up the Vatican pool
Read Full Story

FIA chief Jean Todt notes Sochi’s enthusiastic approach to Russian F1 Grand Prix

"I have just arrived, but I am always happy to come here, to Russia, for the Grand Prix in Sochi," Todt told journalists as he personally visited the press center of Sochi AutoDrom
Read Full Story

Pope Francis welcomes Russia's efforts to defend Christians

He made his position known on Saturday as he answered a question by TASS on the way to Rome from Cairo after a two-day visit to Egypt
Read Full Story

Trump touts first 100 days despite widespread criticism

Critics are marking the milestone by lambasting his struggle to convert campaign promises into tangible achievements, which his supporters blame on obstruction by his opponents.
Read Full Story

Popular America