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Poll: New Theme (927 member(s) have cast votes)

Do you like the new look?

  1. I love it. (725 votes [78.21%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 78.21%

  2. I don't like it. (73 votes [7.87%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 7.87%

  3. I don't know what to say..... (129 votes [13.92%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 13.92%


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Banks to allow account access using fingerprint... -----

Feb 18 2015 09:19 AM | devil soul in IT News

Two banks are allowing their customers to access accounts on their smartphones using fingerprint recognition technology, in a UK industry first. RBS and NatWest customers must activate the feature with their security information, but would only need t...   Read story →

Colour-blind aid for World of Warcraft game -----

Feb 18 2015 09:18 AM | devil soul in IT News

Blizzard, the games company behind World of Warcraft, has added an interface to assist users who have colour blindness. It is adding three sets of colour-blind filters, and users will be able to fine tune the mode to take account of their particular v...   Read story →

Barbie doll will be internet connected to chat... -----

Feb 18 2015 09:18 AM | devil soul in IT News

Barbie is having a digital makeover, with the release of an internet-connected version of the iconic doll. Toy maker Mattel is partnering with US start-up ToyTalk to develop Hello Barbie, which will have two-way conversations with children. The Barbi...   Read story →

Sony takes pre-orders for smart glasses -----

Feb 18 2015 09:18 AM | devil soul in IT News

A developer edition of Sony's augmented reality smart glasses will go on sale in ten countries next month, the tech giant has announced. Pre-orders for the SmartEyeglass, costing $840 (£620), are now being taken in the UK and Germany, with Ja...   Read story →

US drone rules impact Amazon plans -----

Feb 18 2015 09:17 AM | devil soul in IT News

The Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) draft rules for the use of drones in US airspace do not permit Amazon to launch its Amazon Air delivery service. The draft rules state that pilots must remain within eyesight of their unmanned craft, alt...   Read story →

Kim Dotcom's lawyer plays down Megaupload w... -----

Feb 18 2015 09:16 AM | devil soul in IT News

Kim Dotcom's US lawyer has denied that a guilty plea by one of the Megaupload's former employees has major implications for his client's case. Andrus Nomm was sentenced to a year in jail after pleading guilty on Friday to conspiracy to com...   Read story →

Cyber-security experts judge '$1bn ban... -----

Feb 18 2015 09:15 AM | devil soul in IT News

A leading security company says it has uncovered an "unprecedented" cyber-attack on up to 100 banks, which could result in $1bn (£648m) of losses. But security experts are split over the severity of the alleged breaches, and on how much c...   Read story →

Facebook bug allows man to delete your photos -----

Feb 18 2015 09:12 AM | devil soul in IT News

Public photos on Facebook could've been deleted with just four lines of code, says an online security researcher. Laxman Muthiyah was playing around with Graph API - the tool which developers use to make Facebook apps. Testing it on his own photos,...   Read story →

Google's Vint Cerf warns of 'digital Da... -----

Feb 18 2015 09:11 AM | devil soul in IT News

By Pallab Ghosh Science correspondent, BBC News, San Jose Vint Cerf, a "father of the internet", says he is worried that all the images and documents we have been saving on computers will eventually be lost. Currently a Google vice-president,...   Read story →

Apple bans 'bonded servitude' for facto... -----

Feb 18 2015 09:10 AM | devil soul in IT News

Apple has banned the practice of bonded labour - where new recruits are charged a fee - from its factories. In its latest audit of factory conditions, the iPhone maker said that any such fee must be paid by its supplier and not the employee. Apple be...   Read story →




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