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18:52, 20 April 2014 Sunday
Science & Technology

12:12, 15 April 2014 Tuesday
Google buys wireless signal transmitting drones

Google and Facebook have been competing in innovative ways to increase internet access globally and tap into previously untouched markets.

22:10, 14 April 2014 Monday
Dutch police question girl 14 over American Airlines Twitter threat

A 14-year-old Dutch girl who sent a terror threat to American Airlines as a Twitter “joke” has been arrested by police in Rotterdam

11:47, 14 April 2014 Monday
Blood-red moon to rise

The Moon will be left in the Earth's shadow and will appear red in the sky.

11:28, 12 April 2014 Saturday
Microsoft sued over browser miscue

The legal action is the first to emerge from a humiliating episode for Microsoft, which the software company has never fully explained and has accounted for only as a "technical error."

17:47, 11 April 2014 Friday
U S government says hackers trying to exploit 'Heartbleed' bug

The widespread bug surfaced late on Monday, when it was disclosed that a pernicious flaw in a widely used Web encryption program known as OpenSSL opened hundreds of thousands of websites to data theft.

16:49, 11 April 2014 Friday
Somalis in Mogadishu connect to high-speed internet

For some, increased connectivity has allowed them to see social network and sharing websites like Youtube and Facebook for the first time.

11:44, 11 April 2014 Friday
Hackers steal S Korean credit card data to aid forgeries

The suspects exploited the fact that some users had the same pin number or password for both credit cards and the loyalty card to create fake cards and charge items earlier this year

23:31, 10 April 2014 Thursday
Atlas rocket blasts off with secret U S military satellite

The radar is part of a safety system that ensures a failed rocket will not threatened populated areas.

17:05, 10 April 2014 Thursday
Istanbul to host Solar Energy fair

The World's latest solar energy technologies with innovative products produced in Turkey will be showcased at the fair.

09:59, 10 April 2014 Thursday
Little Internet users can do to thwart 'Heartbleed' bug

Kaspersky Lab uncovered evidence that a few hacking groups believed to be involved in state-sponsored cyber espionage were running such scans shortly after news of the bug first surfaced

22:59, 09 April 2014 Wednesday
Facebook to move to fewer but bigger ads

Facebook did not specify how many ads will now appear in the right-hand column, though a sample image on the blog showed a single ad in the right-hand column

18:01, 09 April 2014 Wednesday
30-second battery charger displayed at Microsoft conference

StoreDot's device charged a dead Samsung S4 smartphone battery in 26 seconds during a demonstration of the product.

09:37, 08 April 2014 Tuesday
U S Navy to test futuristic super-fast gun at sea

Weapons like the electromagnetic rail gun could help U.S. forces retain their edge and give them an asymmetric advantage over rivals, making it too expensive to use missiles to attack U.S. warships because of the cheap way to defeat them.

15:05, 07 April 2014 Monday
Americans worry of data gathering by Internet companies

Google and Facebook generally topped lists of Americans' concerns about the ability to track physical locations and monitor spending habits and personal communications

12:00, 07 April 2014 Monday
Anonymous cyber-attack disables Israel websites

Anonymous, a loosely associated international network of hackers, said earlier that it would wage an anti-Israel operation, dubbed #OpIsrael, on Monday.

12:45, 05 April 2014 Saturday
US Navy testing sophisticated pilotless helicopters

The helicopter, filmed during testing by the Naval Research Laboratory, was piloted by a 100-pound (45-kg) sensor and software package that officials said can turn any rotary-winged aircraft into a virtually autonomous drone able to fly with minimal input from the Marine Corps troops it was designed to serve.

15:36, 04 April 2014 Friday
Germany confirms 18 million email accounts compromised

German authorities reveal one of the biggest data thefts. The stolen email addresses belong to major Internet companies both in Germany and abroad.

09:42, 04 April 2014 Friday
Small Saturn moon boasts underground ocean study shows

Computer models indicate the ocean is likely sandwiched between the moon's rocky core and its ice-covered surface

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