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Aug 26, 2015

They raised more than £2.3m on Kickstarter but have struggled to meet expectations. This week, the first batch of Zano drones should finally be shipped.


Aug 26, 2015

So your child wants to be a games designer


Aug 26, 2015

YouTube launches its spin-off platform for video gamers, YouTube Gaming.


Aug 26, 2015

The Agora online black market has been taken down while its administrators attempt to protect it against a reported Tor vulnerability


Aug 26, 2015

New details have emerged about actions taken by hacked infidelity dating site Ashley Madison after users paid to delete their data.


Aug 26, 2015

The ASA rule that both Moshi Monsters and Bin Weevils broke its advertising code by pressuring children into making in-game purchases.


Aug 26, 2015

A Las Vegas man known as the 'Spam King' has pleaded guilty after he sent over 27m spam messages through Facebook.


Aug 25, 2015

The unclear future of the world's most famous chip maker.


Aug 24, 2015 | 1 reads


NBCNews.com

Ashley Madison Faces Multiple Suits Seeking More Than a Half-Billion Dollars
NBCNews.com
At least five lawsuits seeking class-action status have been filed over the hack of cheat-on-your-spouse website Ashley Madison, seeking more than a half-billion dollars, according to North American court records. Four federal suits had been filed in ...
Ashley Madison, parent company sued in US over data breachReuters
Ashley Madison Hack May Be Linked to 2 SuicidesABC News
Ashley Madison hack: The lawyers are on the wayCNN International
TechCrunch
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Aug 24, 2015


Engadget

Watch Sony's prototype drone do a vertical takeoff
Engadget
Here's your first look at the drone Sony's developing with a Tokyo robotics firm under its collab company called Aerosense. The UAV can carry up to 22 pounds, fly continuously for two hours at a speed of 106 miles per hour and, as you can see in the ...
Sony business drone takes flight in demonstration videoMashable
Watch Sony's New Aerosense Drone Take Off and Take FlightNBCNews.com
Sony unveils drone prototype that looks like a miniature airplaneThe Verge
Gizmodo -SlashGear
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