Brain Scans Reveal Ads That Work
A team of Dutch researchers have used brain scans of consumers to discover what makes adverts most effective in terms of prompting a person to seek out a product online.
From Ad-Free to ... Ads
Israeli ad-blocking software company Shine is re-positioning itself as a trusted online ad verification hub for both consumers and advertisers.
Tech Tip : Easy Access To Special Characters and Emojis in Windows 10
Most physical keyboards can make it diffcult to select special characters and 'emojis'. A hidden Windows 10 option to open an on-screen keyboard makes it easy. Here's how:
Security company Cloudflare have revealed that a leak of sensitive data (nicknamed ‘Cloudbleed’), which was made possible by a bug in their code, could mean that many users of popular services may need to change their passwords.
Thousands of New UK Jobs at Amazon
Online retailer Amazon has announced that is going to create 5,000 new full-time jobs in the UK this year.
The new jobs will boost Amazon’s total, permanent UK workforce to 24,000.
The Psychology of Your Security
At Cybercon 2017 in Plymouth, an independent cyber security consultant and human behaviour specialist told attendees that Teaching IT and cyber security teams about psychology and sociology is key to enabling better cyber security practices.
Terrorist? There’s An Algorithm For That
Facebook is reportedly planning to create Artificial Intelligence (AI) based algorithms that can spot posts that relate to terrorism and bullying, thereby making the platform safer for users, and making it less likely for those supporting and exporting violence and prejudice from using Facebook.
The newly launched Sony Xperia XZ Premium smartphone enables users to film smooth, slow motion footage at rates that top-end smartphones are currently unable to match.
Self-Flying Taxis Over Dubai From July
According to the head of Dubai's Roads and Transportation Agency, passengers could be able to use self-flying drone taxis from as early as July this year.