Category: Tech News
A tiny new tracker designed to monitor bee behaviour is being tested by ecologists at London's Kew Gardens.
Legal action against planned US rules on net neutrality begins in the District of Columbia and Louisiana.
Two video-game related start-ups with links to Cambridge attract attention
India's Supreme Court strikes down a controversial law which allows police to arrest people for comments made online and on social media.
Oh great, Twitter's testing autoplay videos in your feed
Twitter has taken yet another page from Facebook's notebook. Starting today, the social media company will begin testing autoplay video ads, which sounds a lot like the feature Facebook introduced on its site in 2013. It's rolling out in limited tests for iPhone ...
Twitter experiments with autoplay video ads on iPhone and iPad apps
Twitter tests videos that play automatically
Twitter is Testing Auto-Play Videos on the iPad and iPhone
Once-Wild Jupiter Could Possibly Explain our Unusual Solar System
Blame falls on the young and wild Jupiter that once caromed like a massive billiard ball, smashing early planets and removing the once-crowded neighborhood around the Sun, astronomers from UC Santa Cruz exposed in a new report, released Monday.
Jupiter Destroyed First Generation Of Inner Planets: 'I Came In Like A Wrecking ...
Our Solar System Is Weird Because Jupiter Is A Destructive Bully
Jupiter may be to thank for life on Earth
The Space Reporter
Nova seen in 1670 was actually a stellar collision
The Space Reporter
A mystery explosion in the night sky turns out to have been caused by colliding stars. One of history's mysteries revolved around a strange explosion observed in the sky in 1670, long thought to have been the first nova on record. Recent research suggests ...
APEX observations help unravel mystery of Nova Vulpeculae 1670
Colliding stars could explain 17th-century mystery explosion
Mysterious 17th Century Stellar Explosion Explained 340 Years Later, Nova Vul ...
Broadband companies sue over new Net neutrality rules
Pair of lawsuits challenge agency's new Internet traffic rules, calling them a violation of federal law. by Steven Musil · @stevenmusil; March 23, 2015 6:42 PM PDT. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus. more. more +. email. tumblr. stumble.
FCC sued by broadband companies over net neutrality rules
AT&T, Verizon and pals haul FCC into court to destroy net neutrality
FCC sued over net neutrality rules
Wall Street Journal
Possible Twitch Security Breach Reported [UPDATE]
[UPDATE] GameSpot has obtained a Twitch email that outlines what type of data may have been compromised. It says: "We are writing to let you know that there may have been unauthorized access to some of your Twitch user account information, including ...
All Twitch accounts have been reset thanks to a security breach
Amazon's Twitch says its site may have been hacked
Twitch warns users of possible hack, all passwords and stream keys reset
Panasonic to make some IoT technologies royalty-free
Panasonic is contributing some of its own software and patents to the cause of making the Internet of Things work. The company's North American arm will provide royalty-free access to some IoT software and patents from its products, hoping to foster ...
Panasonic to Share Its Intellectual Property for IoT Development
Panasonic to open patents to speed development of 'Internet of Things'
Panasonic opens royalty-free portfolio to boost IoT development