Strict regulations will need to be introduced before large drones are allowed to appear in the UK’s skies, pilots association Balpa has said. It says the public must be protected against remotely-controlled drones sharing airspace with regular aircraft. Current rules on small drones could not apply to commercial operators, such as those carrying cargo, Balpa’s chief is [...]Read More
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Organised criminal gangs are increasingly targeting high-end cars with keyless security systems, a UK motoring industry group has warned. As the popularity of keyless systems has increased, the thieves have been buying equipment online that is intended only for mechanics and that are able to re-programme keys.Read More
A wi-fi signal named “Al-Quida Free Terror Nettwork” has resulted in a long delay for passengers on a plane at Los Angeles airport. A passenger alerted American Airlines crew when his smartphone identified the network as one available nearby and police were notified. After an investigation lasting several hours, police at the airport said no crime had [...]Read More
Apple has announced a new version of its tablet, the iPad Air 2, which is the thinnest device of its kind on the market. It is just 6.1mm thick, and also gains a Touch ID fingerprint sensor. It has an anti-reflective coating on the screen for the first time, and a faster version of the [...]Read More
Google will make some changes to its search engine in an attempt to curb online piracy. The announcement comes after the firm had been criticised for enabling people to find sites to download entertainment illegally. The entertainment industry has argued that illegal sites should be “demoted” in search results.The new measures will point users towards [...]Read More
Internet abusers could face up to two years in prison under new laws. The new measures would also give police more time to collect enough evidence to enable successful prosecutions to be brought and magistrates could pass serious cases on to crown courts. Those who subject others to sexually offensive, verbally abusive or threatening material [...]Read More
Recognised for their continued contribution to the e-commerce industry, SLI Systems (SLI.NZ) defeated the competition to be crowned the winner of the “Best Product” at the eCommerce Awards for Excellence 2014. The event took place at the Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square in London as a follow on to the eCommerce Expo, one of the UK’s [...]Read More
Samsung claims to have found a way to make wi-fi data travel five times faster than it does currently. It said its engineers had overcome two significant technical problems that had restricted the transfer of data at well below its theoretical limit of 4.6Gbps. If the technology lives up to its promise, it would mean [...]Read More
Last week, Net Media Planet hosted our bi-annual Digital Breakfast Seminar at the Soho Hotel in London entitled ”The Personalised Path to Purchase.” The day began with a reviting presentation from renown digital marketing specialist Matt Bush from Google. Doubleclick’s Rick Jones and Matt Bennathan from eXelate gave thought-provoking sessions ahead of Net Media Planet’s [...]Read More
Under new UK law it is illegal for people to post “revenge porn” pictures, images and videos on the internet and if caught can now face two years in jail under a new law. The new Criminal Justice and Courts Bill will have an amendment dealing specifically with the practice. Victims of revenge porn have [...]Read More