For people with no sense of direction, Google Maps is godsend – as long as you're relaxed about giving your data to digital marketers and GCHQ
In a recent interview, David Cameron revealed he worries about the influence of technology on his children. The Prime Minister has banned them from having a mobile phone or a tablet computer – but is he fighting a losing battle? Lucy Richardson,of The Northern Echo, reports.
The Kickstarter-funded Pocket Drone is a foldable, flying "multicopter" that its creators dubbed "the GoPro of drones." It's equipped with an action camera for capturing aerial photos and video and a rechargeable battery allowing for flights of up to 20 minutes. Plus, the device folds up to the size of a small tablet for portability. Read more.
What are the social implications of anybody being able to recor images almost anywhere, at anytime, the choose?
It seems like "password" is no longer the worst password to have. According to its annual 'Worst Passwords' list by data security firm SplashData, the top spot in 2013 belongs to "123456".
In previous years, "password" has always been the most common and worst password to have. This year, it moves to the second spot, with "12345678" taking third place. Read more
Drawing on its massive store of customer data, Amazon plans on shipping you items it thinks you'll like before you click the purchase button. Read more
It's an interesting, perhaps scary thought that the company that already knows so much about you will know when you're at home, where you are in your home.. and where you will probably next.. Read more here