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Hitler’s coding machine meets its nemesis

The machine Hitler used to send coded messages to his generals met the supercomputer that revealed its secrets on June 3, watched on by veteran operatives whose painstaking work helped bring World War II to an end.


Russian high-tech spy devices under attack over privacy fears

New Russian technologies, including phone call interception and a facial recognition app, have stirred a fierce debate about privacy and data monitoring.


Charlie Sheen releases his own line of emojis

Actor Charlie Sheen has released his own line of emojis, naming the app Sheenojis reports Variety.


Facebook buy-and-sell groups are year-round twist on garage sales

There's nothing quite so serendipitous as stumbling over a good garage sale. But if you're looking to make a little cash by getting rid of your stuff, the Internet bypasses the need to tag things, borrow tables and clothes racks to display them, open the driveway to the public, and wait for spring.


‘Sextortion,’ a new cybercrime, is common: study

Sextortion – using nude photos of someone to press for even racier content or other goods – is surprisingly common, a US think tank says in what it calls the first in-depth study of another danger lurking in cyberspace.


Scams target Facebook users, college graduates

While many of us immediately know when we're being scammed, others don't catch on and refuse to listen to warnings that they are in danger.


In online first, ‘exploding watermelon’ takes the cake

In an online world where viral trends can shift in an instant, the “exploding watermelon” video may have set a high-water mark.


Bangladesh Bank hackers possibly Chinese, says Philippines senator

Chinese hackers were possibly behind one of the world's biggest cyber heists, the theft of US$81mil (RM316.93mil) from the Bangladesh central bank, a senator in the Philippines said.


Royal Brexit gag, Google blunder lead April Fools' pranks

An unlikely royal intervention into Britain's European referendum debate was among the April Fools' stories foxing the world's newspaper readers on April 1 – but for US internet giant Google, the joke was on them.


Anti-Uber taxi protest creates chaos in Rio

Hundreds of taxis blocked main roads in Rio de Janeiro on April 1 in a protest against Uber that underlined the potential for disruption when the city hosts the Olympics in four months’ time.