The world's press has flagged up a problem first discovered by a team of Finnish security experts and researchers at Google last week Monday. By Tuesday afternoon, a number of large websites, including Yahoo, Facebook, Google and Amazon Web Services, said they were fixing or had already fixed the problem.
Recently published independent research shows overwhelming interest among IT professionals in on-premises solutions for OFS (online file sharing ) and collaboration, rather than public cloud-based methods designed for consumers and that have previously been the only option.
Gaberlunzie who loves search engines was sent a press release that declares the launch of the world’s first 3D search engine Squify.com that aims to usher in a new era of search, powered by people, not by corporations! And he's been having fun with carousels ever since.
"Signal Processing Networked Battlespace" is a Defence technology project aimed to improve military personnel defence by better defence in war zones. The £4 million, five year software development will result in helping soldiers assess their surroundings, enabling operatives to quickly analyse risk and respond to threats.
Scotland’s birds of prey are subject to shooting, trapping and nest destruction reveal the latest wildlife crime figures. In a defensive move to try to curb these killings, PAW (Partnership for Action Against Wildlife Crime) has published maps that show where Scotland's birds of prey are vulnerable to being shot, trapped and nests destroyed, as well as being poisoned.
PSTD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) is common among military veterans, together with the often-related anxiety, depression, and psychological and emotional impairment and can dramatically affect quality of life. It raises the question as to whether Virtual Reality based therapy can help PSTD?
Lupo, at about 85% towards its Kickstarter goal with five days to go thanked its supporters and hoped to celebrate come Sunday. Very happily the celebration has come with three days to spare, as thanks to 417 backers from around the world, LUPO has been made to happen!
“The Chancellor has begun the process of shifting the basis of the recovery away from a housing and consumption-fuelled recovery to a more sustainable investment and export-led growth," comments Paul Everitt CEO of the ADS
In the wonderful world of kick-starter crowd sourced funding, the looming Internet of Things, Lupo is not simply a royal cocker spaniel, but rather the friendly smart tag on items that together with Bluetooth 4.0 and an app on your phone, tablet or laptop, can track, and record lost items, as well as securing those items to prevent their loss in the first place.
The network vulnerability management and compliance company RandomStorm opens inew office in Scotland, two months after opening its first London site and five months after being listed in the Deloitte UK Fast 50, which identifies the fastest-growing technology companies in the UK and EMEA.
In an awesome document "Are We Fit to Frack?" that anyone who cares for nature and wild life must read, as much for its amazing graphics as its rigorous questions, UK leading wildlife and countryside groups warn that poorly regulated fracking and shale gas extraction do risk harming threatened species and polluting our waterways.
Heading for springtime, the UK is still counting the cost and dealing with the aftermath of months of wind, rain and chronic flooding. NSE ( Net Solutions Europe) cloud services comments on the importance of resilient IT systems to mitigate such crisis management.
RAFTS (Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland) with the Association of Salmon Fishery Boards holds its Annual Conference Scottish Fisheries Management – Planning For Change? at the The Battleby Institute, near Perth. on Thursday 20th March 2014. A subject inevitably up for discussion yet again will be the latest escape of around 154,000 farmed salmon from Meridian’s cages in Shetland reported by ForArgyll.
The Salmon & Trout Association of Scotland says yet again, figures from the salmon farming industry themselves prove conclusively that sea lice numbers are rampantly still out of control in parts of the west coast and the western isles.
Powered by a security-oriented Android PrivatOS software Blackphone on show at Barcelona's Mobile World Congress is a carrier and vendor-independent smartphone that allows users to make and receive secure phone calls, exchange secure texts, transfer and store videos and files, and chat without compromising privacy on the device.
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