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Academics from Bristol in southwest England have developed a mobile phone app that alerts walkers when they pass some of the goriest sites from the region's history.
In 2013, Laura Malcolm's home was filling up with flower bouquets sent from friends and family across the country after the stillbirth of her daughter.
They limit their kids' screen time, set filters on their browsers and banish digital devices from the dinner table. Then those same parents pick up their own iPhones to check e-mail, scan Twitter and update their Facebook statuses.
It was once the home of Britain's codebreakers during World War Two. Now more than 70 years later, Bletchley Park is preparing to host the UK's first national college of cyber education, with a first intake of students starting in September 2018.
Where do you draw the line on live streaming?
Instant success in the first five minutes of the Memory 2.0 Café, a new workshop using iPads and therapy and game apps for people with memory loss – from severe to slight – and their caregivers.
When Hagoda Gamage Shalika Perera got a deposit of US$20mil (RM77.74mil) in her account last month, she said the funds were expected but had no idea they were stolen from Bangladesh's central bank in one of the largest cyber heists in history.
A Bangladeshi cyber crime expert who went missing while he was assisting a police investigation into an attempted US$951mil (RM3.84bil) electronic theft from the central bank's computers, returned home early on March 23.
Twitter Inc is being sued by the widow of an American killed in Jordan who accuses the social media company of giving a voice to Islamic State, adding to the pressure to crack down on online propaganda linked to terrorism.
The Internet can help you get the attention of others for a particular cause if you know how to tell your story well.