The Baby Monitor goes Wearable Tech

Sproutling is taking pre-orders for the world's most sophisticated baby monitor. You will need a baby by 2015 to make good use of it.

Amazon responds to authors' protest in Hachette eBook dispute

Amazon has responded to an open letter from authors claiming that the giant is restricting sales while negotiating a new ebook contract.

Cloud providers unprepared for new EU data protection regulations

New EU General Data Protection Regulations are coming next year, yet only one in a hundred cloud services currently meet its requirements.

The Mac versus PC wars are back

Microsoft's putting up the Surface Pro 3 against the MacBook Air. Audacious, dudes!

Partially sighted people may be able to buy smartglasses by 2016

In June of this year, Oxford University unvelied the invention. The specs have won $750,000 of funding through the Google Impact Challenge, which could speed up delivery of the devices to stores.

Irish court orders Facebook to reveal underage users' data

A lawsuit that alleged Facebook's open registration makes it too easy for underage users to register has resulted in the High Court in Belfast wanting the records.
Google Android Device Manager adds callback button to the remote lock screen

Google to Android: call me, I can't find you

Lost your phone? You know you have or will. Google has added a feature to Android that let's your lost phone call you.
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Weaponizing cats: one hacker takes it too far

We are shocked. Shocked, we say. Warkitteh turned a household cat into an unwitting hacker's accomplice. Cats, hacker humor, Wifi security.

Why isn't California the state with the fastest Internet?

Nope, that distinction goes to Virginia and not the home of the tech industry that fills all those Internet pipes.

Google wants https more than http

Google will prioritise websites that use encryption in its search rankings to encourage more sites to improve their security settings.

Fashion prince brings tweet to pay to London

Marc Jacob's second pop-up shop of its kind opening in London and allowing payments using tweets as well as a wealth of other activities to attendees.

Is SketchFactor a racist app?

The app uses the wisdom of the crowd to identify bad neighborhoods and the Twitterverse says it is racist.
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Apple may be bringing Siri to the desktop

Yosemite could be the first OS with integrated voice recognition with no third party applications required.

Okay, Apple products not banned in China after all

Earlier this week we reported that Apple products were being banned in China - apparently that wasn't exactly true.

Will a robot replace you by 2025?

According to a new study 48 percent of experts say yes, robots and AI will have a significant impact on jobs.
John McAfee announces Brownlist at DefCon in Las Vegas

John McAfee is not crazy; he is a revolutionary

McAfee built a multi-billion dollar software security business, went a little nuts, and now wants to go revolutionary, fighting for freedom.

Enterprise security is more than just one moment in time

The changing nature of the threat landscape, and the ever-growing sophistication of hackers, means the way organizations protect themselves must change too.

Microsoft posts huge losses on Surface sales

Analysts estimate Surface losses have almost reached $2 billion and wonder whether the new CEO has enough patience to persist.