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Parcel Robots On Trial In London

Hermes, the courier company, is to operate a trial scheme of autonomous, parcel collection robots on the streets of Southwark in London.
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Scammers Burgling Airbnb Users. Again

Scammers have used the stolen account details of Airbnb users to target properties for burglaries.
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No More Vodfone Roaming Fees In Most of Europe

Vodafone have announced that they will be scrapping roaming fees for their new customers in most European countries.
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Virgin Now Making Customer Hubs Into ‘Wi-Fi Hotspots’

After a successful trial last year (and following BT’s lead) Virgin Media is boosting its public Wi-Fi network by making customers’ SuperHub routers double as public Wi-Fi hotspots.
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Your Ad Blocker Be Helping Advertisers To Target You

Google has launched Auto Draw, an innovative AI ‘auto correct’ art app that uses predictive and shape recognition technology to help improve and complete drawings with a professional artistic flair.
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Clever Drawing App from Google With "Auto-Correct"

Google has launched Auto Draw, an innovative AI ‘auto correct’ art app that uses predictive and shape recognition technology to help improve and complete drawings with a professional artistic flair.
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Possible Russian Involvement in Brexit Vote

A UK lawmaker's committee report appears to imply that a website (used to register for voting in the EU 'Brexit' referendum) may have been caused to crash by a cyber attack carried out by a foreign power.
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Tougher US Border Checks Could Mean Divulging Passwords

It has been reported that President Trump's administration may be about to introduce new measures that will require foreign travellers give up their phones / mobile devices and various passwords when entering the US.
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Microsoft Word Hack - Patch Available

Microsoft has moved to patch a vulnerability in its 'Word' program in order to stop hackers and scammers from exploiting it to spread bank account snooping malware.
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Your PIN Numbers Can Be Guessed When You Tilt Your Phone

Researchers from Newcastle University have discovered that how you tilt your smart-phone when you type in your secret PINs and passwords could increase the likelihood of them been obtained by hackers due to mobile browsers and phone sensor vulnerabilities
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Amazon Launches UK Online Trade Counter Called 'Amazon Business'

Amazon has launched its 'Amazon Business' service in the UK. The service, which has been added to the existing website, is essentially a trade counter for UK businesses, where they can buy anything from office supplies and computers to power tools and industrial machinery.
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Warning: Hacking Group Based in China Targeting UK Business Data

The National Cyber Security Centre and cyber units at PwC and BAE Systems have warned UK businesses about a hacking group, operating inside China, targeting UK-based B2B IT outsourcing companies with a view to reaching their customers.
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Businesses Explore More Uses For Blockchain

If you thought that Blockchain, the 'incorruptible ledger' technology behind Bitcoin was only of use in the financial sector, think again. Innovative uses for the new technology are now being found across multiple sectors.
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UK Launch For Twitter-Backed Small Business Card Payment Service

A new card and contactless payment service called 'Square', created by the boss of Twitter and aimed at small businesses, has launched in the UK this week.
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