New game takes inspiration from your old statuses – and was invented ‘just for fun’ at a US hacking summit
The world’s largest cancer database, which will use computer programs similar to those that forecast the weather to process millions of experimental results in seconds, has been launched by British scientists. The technological breakthrough has the potential to revolutionise the search for cancer cures.
New database aims to offer runaways more protection
The next-generation of 'intelligent personal assistants' will step even closer to sci-fi's vision of artificial intelligent, but will this be in name only?
TV licensing offences now account for more than a tenth of all criminal prosecutions in the UK.
A sharp rise in the number of privacy hearings in British courts has been fuelled by requests for “irrelevant” personal information to be removed from police and other state databases, figures show.
Modified using a Raspberry Pi the microwave also recognises voice commands and has custom sound effects
British police forces are using ‘unregulated’ and ‘out-of-date’ databases of suspected gang members to decide who to stop and search, according to new research.
We've all been there. You're having dinner at your new girlfriend or boyfriend's house and getting on famously with her parents. But wait, what's that? It's an old family photograph on the mantelpiece that appears to feature your own grandpa in his youth.
Student apologises for accessing question database
Information on high profile suspects was reportedly marked as 'secret' or 'restricted' and only available to a small number of officers
Police face having to rethink their whole strategy for public demonstrations after judges ruled today that the surveillance they placed a peaceful protester under was unlawful.
A new system would ensure that a child's medical history was available to all doctors
Memo to all women: Men spend more on their partners if they are told what to buy, says a new study
Fifa refuse to ratify Lionel Messi's goalscoring record amid challenges from Brazil and Zambia
Secret State was Channel 4's pitch for a classy conspiracy thriller to match the BBC's brilliant State of Play, which was broadcast almost a decade ago. There are many reasons why it fell short but the most grating one for me was its use of that laziest of television tropes: the computer screen that looks nothing like a computer screen.