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Government urged to act over computer science GCSEs

Greater Than half of England’s secondary colleges, 54%, did not offer GCSE Laptop science in 2015-Sixteen, a record from the Royal Society has discovered. It urged The Federal ...

Automatic compensation for broadband and landline faults

House Owners who receive bad provider from their telecoms provider are to get Automatic compensation, the regulator Ofcom has announced. From 2019 they will get £8 a day if a fault ...

Universities to be warned over false course adverts

Universities are going to face a crackdown on how they advertise and market classes to attract college students. With hundreds of lots of sixth formers in the process of applying, ...

Twitter halts ‘broken’ verified-profile system

Twitter has suspended its tested-profile scheme and described it as “broken”, following complaints over the type of accounts being established. In Most Cases, prominent ...

Harry Potter game is Pokemon Go creator’s next trick

The maker of Pokemon Go has revealed it’s engaged on a Harry Potter-themed apply-up as a way to also embody augmented reality options. Niantic said gamers would in finding and ...

Humans to vet Facebook revenge porn photos

Humans somewhat than algorithms will view the bare images voluntarily despatched to Fb in a scheme being trialled in Australia to combat revenge porn. The BBC is aware that participants ...

Code bug freezes $150m of Ethereum crypto-cash

Greater Than $150m (£115m) of a crypto-forex known as Ethereum may have been permanently frozen after a code trojan horse was once accidentally induced. The malicious program was ...

‘Iron man’ flight sets first world record

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Richard Browning crossed a lake in Reading at more than 30mph.

Facebook ‘remembers’ nude images to combat revenge porn

Facebook is testing a device that permits Users to message themselves their nude photos with the intention to combat so-called revenge porn. It’s Going To retailer a “fingerprint” ...

Google promoted Texas gunman fake tweets

Google says it is “no longer satisfied” that its search results displayed false details about Texas gunman Devin Patrick Kelley, who killed 26 individuals. The Hunt engine ...