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European Space Agency (ESA) scientists plan to use satellite shortwave infrared (SWIR) sensing to detect plastic litter concentrations in the oceans.…
Dr Aleksandr Kogan tells the BBC he is "stunned" by the allegations made against him.
Array types, riders and runners
It may be a surprise to some, but a tech consultancy has said that the existing all-flash array market is in no danger of losing market share to NMVe over Fabrics (NVMeoF) types – saying they're not competing in the same areas. It also said mainstream storage array suppliers would soon be snapping up the NVMeoF startups for their technology.…
Myth, legend and the lucky escape of a sole survivor
Geek's Guide to Britain The pell-mell expansion of Britain's railways in the 19th century has bequeathed some impressive feats of engineering. Great stone viaducts like those at Calstock in Cornwall and Harringworth near Melton Mowbray get the glory, but for my money it's the iron bridges that are the real marvels.…
Wildlife officials at Ol Pejeta Conservancy euthanize the rare rhinoceros due to severe pain from health issues affecting his muscles and bones.
WhatsApp co-founder joins #DeleteFacebook movement after Cambridge Analytica accusations.
Blockchain voting outfit ran its own count, but only as an observer
Blockchain enthusiasts may be a little deflated today, after the nation of Sierra Leone took to Twitter to debunk claims it had conducted “the world’s first blockchain election.”…
The meter-long telescope expected to launch in 2028
The European Space Agency is launching a mission to find out how planets form and how life emerges in space, it announced on Tuesday.…
Brian Acton, who co-founded WhatsApp and sold it to Facebook for $19 billion, sent out a short tweet in which he said, "It is time."
Russian judge upholds 2016 FSB order, company will appeal
Secure messaging service Telegram says it will appeal a Russian Supreme Court order to hand over encryption keys to the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation – the FSB.…
You'll be seeing a lot less Pepe at Overwatch events, and from Overwatch pro players.
"Facebook's current app permissions leave billions of its users vulnerable," the nonprofit argues as a privacy crisis engulfs the social network.
Among his greatest contributions, Haro discovered the existence of flare stars -- red and blue stars that experience dramatic increases in brightness.
Chrome OS 66 to protect older Intel units, still working on ARM
Older Chromebook owners should keep an eye open for Chrome OS updates, because Google has announced they'll get Meltdown protection soon.…
Machines that can fully mimic natural body movements are still a long way off, says Will Jackson.
After a woman is killed by a self-driving car in Arizona, police investigate whether a human or the car was at fault.
Prepare for 'deep customer experiences throughout a personalized 1:1 journey’
Salesforce has decided to buy API-farmer MuleSoft for a cool US$6.5bn – about a billion bucks above the latter company’s market capitalisation.…
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has arrived on phones. Here's how to keep up with the PC and Xbox crowd.
During a London press conference, Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Chris Wylie talks about Facebook’s massive power.
Facebook isn't having a very good time either
For the fourth straight day, Cambridge Analytica is scrambling in the wake of damning media reports.…