BT's best fibre broadband deal now comes with a free Fitbit Charge 3

BT forever seems to be conjuring up new and inventive ways to try and get your internet business. There's usually a pre-paid credit card thrown in, you'll frequently see free set-up and BT Sport subscriptions and sometimes, like now, there'll be a cheeky little freebie included with its broadband deals to persuade you BT's way. Read more about BT's best fibre broadband deal now comes with a free Fitbit Charge 3[…]

Reboot of The Real World in the works for Facebook Watch

In a confusing world of fake news and catfishing that it helped create, Facebook apparently wants to get real with a reboot of MTV’s The Real World for its Facebook Watch video platform. The social network and TV giant have teamed up for three new seasons of the show set to debut in mid 2019. Read more about Reboot of The Real World in the works for Facebook Watch[…]

What you need to get a career in cybersecurity

Looking for an up and coming field to get into? Well then consider cybersecurity, with an estimated 301,000+ positions available across the US. This is also a lucrative field with an average salary of $116,000, nearly three times the national median income for full-time salaried workers. Driving the growth of cybersecurity is the proliferation of Read more about What you need to get a career in cybersecurity[…]

Facebook hack leaks data from 30 million users (UPDATE)

Update: Facebook has just announced additional details on last month's data breach. The company now says that only 30 million accounts had their access tokens stolen instead of the 50 million they had originally believed, and of those 30 million, 15 million users just had their emails and phone numbers taken. Worse, however, is that Read more about Facebook hack leaks data from 30 million users (UPDATE)[…]

Half of malicious emails tied to credential phishing

New research from the cybersecurity firm Cofense has revealed that 10 per cent of user-reported emails across key industries are malicious with over half of them tied to credential phishing. The firm's new report highlights the top phishing attacks used today and offers solutions for organisations to effectively manage those risks. According to recent industry Read more about Half of malicious emails tied to credential phishing[…]

Sky cuts 10% off its speedy Fibre Max broadband package with unlimited usage

If you’ve been thinking about pulling the trigger on a faster broadband connection, then a new offer from Sky might just persuade you to do so, with the firm cutting 10% off the price of its Fibre Max package. This gives you an FTTC (fibre-to-the-cabinet) connection with a promised average download speed of 63Mbps (and Read more about Sky cuts 10% off its speedy Fibre Max broadband package with unlimited usage[…]

Steve Wozniak: Don’t worry, AI won’t kill us all – yet

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has cast doubt on the potential of AI to topple humanity, saying the technology still has a long way to go in terms of development. Speaking at the Splunk .conf18 event in Orlando today, the legendary tech figure said he doubts whether AI systems are sufficiently developed to take over from Read more about Steve Wozniak: Don’t worry, AI won’t kill us all – yet[…]

Bitcoin bug exploited to print millions of Pigeoncoins

A recently discovered severe bug in Bitcoin's code has been exploited to create coins of a lesser-known cryptocurrency raising fears that others could be next. The developers behind the Pigeoncoin cryptocurrency confirmed that an unknown attacker successfully took advantage of the bug in Bitcoin's code to print 235 million coins worth around $15,000. Also check Read more about Bitcoin bug exploited to print millions of Pigeoncoins[…]