Emergency feature for satellites on the iPhone 14. This year, Apple focused on a variety of brand-new, cutting-edge safety measures that it hopes you’ll never need when it unveiled the iPhone 14 line-up. The most important of these security-conscious features … Continue reading Apple Introduced Emergency Calls through satellites on the iPhone 14
Quadriga Fintech Solutions was Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, but filed for bankruptcy in 2019 after the CEO and founder died. Up to C$250 million (US$190 million) in cryptocurrency owed to 115,000 customers was missing or could not be accessed because … Continue reading Quadriga: Gerry And The Missing Blockchains
Two veteran Facebook engineers were grilled about the company’s sprawling data collection operations in March. Their response will come as little relief to those concerned with the company’s stewardship of billions of digitized lives. Facebook engineers struggled to explain where … Continue reading Facebook Engineers: No Idea Where We Keep Your Personal Data
According to reports, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has obtained the government’s first quantum computer. The devices can perform extremely complex computations in a fraction of the time that normal computers can. The MOD will collaborate with Orca Computing, a … Continue reading DSTL Purchases First Quantum Computer for the MoD
Negotiations for a UN treaty to counter cybercrime began at the end of February. The treaty could reduce impunity for cybercriminals, improve international cooperation, and facilitate cross-border data exchange. The first Convention on Cybercrime, also known as the Budapest Convention on … Continue reading Could a unified UN International Cybercrime Convention succeed?
He’s a man you may never have heard of but without him we would not have video or images on the internet, video conferencing, streaming sites, in fact the plethora of modern multimedia and entertainment platforms or filming studios would … Continue reading Nasir Ahmed: The Man Who Made Digital Video