Hardware

How the tide turned on data centres in Europe

Every time we make a call on Zoom, upload a document to the cloud or stream a video, our computers connect to vast warehouses filled with servers to store or access data.

Consumer & Gadgets

Voice-operated smartphones target Africa's illiterate

Voice-operated smartphones are aiming at a vast yet widely overlooked market in sub-Saharan Africa—the tens of millions of people who face huge challenges in life because they cannot read or write.

Security

Log4j software flaw 'endemic,' new cyber safety panel says

A computer vulnerability discovered last year in a ubiquitous piece of software is an "endemic" problem that will pose security risks for potentially a decade or more, according to a new cybersecurity panel created by President ...

Computer Sciences

Vaccine attitudes detected in tweets by AI model

People's attitudes towards vaccines can now be detected from their social media posts by an intelligent AI model, developed by researchers at the University of Warwick.

Consumer & Gadgets

How daycare apps can spy on parents and children

Daycare apps are designed to make everyday life in daycare centers easier. Parents can use them, for example, to access reports on their children's development and to communicate with teachers. However, some of these applications ...

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