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‘Revenge porn’ perpetrators face up to 14 yrs in jail – new UK rules
Web users who post explicit photos of former partners online – an act known as “revenge pornography” – could face jail sentences of up to 14 years, under new UK guidelines from the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).

07.10.2014 11:20

UK crime agency seeks total access to citizens' emails, social media content
The UK’s top law enforcement officer says Britons must be prepared to sacrifice their freedoms online if they want to be protected from terrorists and cyber criminals. This includes giving authorities access to private email and social media contents.

07.10.2014 09:26

#Hairgate strikes as Apple’s iPhone 6 starts plucking beards
Just as Apple’s embarrassing #bendgate issues were receding from the headlines, a newer – and more painful – problem has emerged regarding its new set of iPhone 6 smartphones: they’re pulling out people’s hair.

06.10.2014 22:54

5 Airbus jets conduct breathtaking formation flight (VIDEO)
European aircraft maker Airbus has celebrated the type certification of its newest A350 XWB wide-body jet by releasing a spectacular video of a formation flight involving five A350-900 test planes.

05.10.2014 17:36

Kamikaze robot swarm: US Navy to launch AI-guided unmanned gunboats ‘within a year’ (VIDEO)
The US Navy has successfully completed a test mission for autonomous, unmanned boats that can protect a bigger ship, or swarm an enemy target with co-ordinated kamikaze attacks. Using existing NASA technology, these boats will be deployed within months.

05.10.2014 12:31

Lectures from the deep: 2 professors begin record 73-day underwater stint (VIDEO)
A pair of educators from Roane State Community College in landlocked Tennessee are aiming to find a place in the Guinness Book of World Records after spending 73 consecutive days underwater while living in a small room and conducting online lectures.

04.10.2014 16:38

Facebook 'likes' healthcare, considers tracking users' lifestyle data
It's no secret that Facebook tracks users’ friendships and monitors their interests for advertising placement – but now sources tell Reuters the social networking site is also curious about subscribers' health information.

04.10.2014 02:51

NASA astronaut shares stunning time-lapse videos of polar aurora
NASA flight engineer Reid Wiseman has published jaw-dropping time-lapse videos of the polar aurora, as seen from the International Space Station (ISS).

03.10.2014 19:11

DIY gun-making machine sells out in 36hrs
A milling machine that allows customers to make the body of an AR-15 rifle has sold out in 36 hours. Despite costing $1,200, there was no shortage of buyers as clients wanted to build part of their own gun - with no serial number - in their own homes.

03.10.2014 12:32

Extremely loud & incredibly close: Drone captures Iceland volcanic eruption (VIDEOS)
Volcanoes from tiny Iceland never fail to stun people across the globe. A quadcopter with a camera was lucky enough to get extremely close to the erupting Bardarbunga – so close that its front melted.

02.10.2014 17:09

3D printer for creating untraceable AR-15 rifles hits market
Defense Distributed has offered a pre-sale of its new milling machine which allows buyers to print and assemble a steel AR-15 rifle in the comfort of their own home. The weapon is completely untraceable.

03.10.2014 01:46

Apple’s new anonymity feature for iPhones is flawed, researchers say
A feature rolled-out by Apple with the recent release of its new operating system for iPhones and iPads is being called into question by tech experts who say it stops short of offering customers an easy way to protect their privacy.

02.10.2014 18:25

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