Security

Hackers disrupt Iran's rail service with fake delay messages

Iran's railroad system came under cyberattack on Friday, a semi-official news agency reported, with hackers posting fake messages about train delays or cancellations on display boards at stations across the country.

Business

EasyJet CEO 'confident' after last summer's travel chaos

The aviation sector has endured chaos at airports after the end of Covid restrictions, high inflation and strikes, but easyJet chief executive Johan Lundgren is upbeat about the British airline's future.

Computer Sciences

Modelling explains how hunters team up to catch faster prey

Seeing a chase play out between predator and prey on a wildlife documentary is a familiar sight for many. But in situations where the prey is faster than the hunters, how do the hunters get the upper hand?

Engineering

New aircraft-scheduling models may ease air travel frustrations

Flight schedules that allow for a little carefully designed wiggle room could prevent the frustration of cascading airport delays and cancellations. By focusing on the early phases of flight schedule planning and delays at ...

Right at your fingertips: researcher creating digital touch

For many, the ability to see and hear our family, friends and colleagues using digital devices like mobile phones and video-calls has long been a reality—never more so than during the pandemic. But one day, we may also ...

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