Parents will be automatically warned by Facebook, if they share pictures of their children with the public by accident’

The social network’s engineering boss has revealed that when parents are uploading photographs of their children to Facebook, will in future get a caution of their image is about to be seen by the general public. About 2 billion photographs are uploaded to Facebook every day and Mr Parikh said deep learning mean in future 

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‘Fallout 4’ Performance Analysis For PS4 And Xbox One Released; Results Deem Favorable!

The “Fallout 4” performance analysis for both PS4 and Xbox One has been released and compares both consoles, according to Gamespot.   “Fallout 4” is one of the popular games that many gamers have been waiting for a while now. Bethesda, the game publisher, has been teasing different videos and screenshots of the gameplay. Some gaming 

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Under fresh government plans, top UK universities could be given authority to charge high fees for students

Under new government plans universities could be given an Ofsted-style score which would let the finest ones to charge higher fees for student. Under a new teaching excellence framework (TEF), this measure is among a series of recommendations proposed. As the move could indicate only the top universities would be able to lift up their fees even 

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Experis report finds IT talent luring out of London by other Tech Cities

A study released today by resourcing specialist Experis has found, with almost one in three IT jobs now being offered outside of the capital, technology talent could be tempted away from London. In the third quarter of 2015, the number of IT jobs advertised in London dropped by eight per cent to 35,610, Experis’s latest 

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Students Protest against Tuition Fees

During a student protest march, there were brief scuffles in London, calling for the retention of maintenance grants and eradication of tuition fees. Outside the Department for Business Innovation and Skills, the “grants not debt” march came to a stop. A minor number of protesters with scarves over their faces and dressed in black provoked 

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Third person arrested in link with TalkTalk data theft

Police inspecting a suspected data hack at phone and broadband service provider TalkTalk have detained a third person. October 31, on suspicion of Computer Misue Act offences this afternoon, a 20-year-old man was arrested at an address in Staffordshire. A search of the address is currently being carried out by the the National Crime Agency 

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21,000 TalkTalk customers bank account details hacked

The company has announced that 21,000 TalkTalk customers bank account details were accessed in a data rupture.  Up to 1.2 million customer email addresses, names and phone numbers were also accessed, as were 28,000 obscured credit and debit card details. As a teenage youngster from Feltham was being interrogated after he was under arrest by 

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Apple’s iPhone boasts of ‘wonderful success’ in China as sales hit record

Apple has another time incited spite from the rest of the business world by recording iPhone sales and appealing that it has not seen a single sign of a stoppage in its crucial Chinese Market. Of late, disquiets about China’s development have rocked financial markets, after a string of gloomy economic data and a stock market fall. Nevertheless Apple 

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Exposed: Astounding cost of impostors to targets on online dating sites

Out of more than £33 million last year alone, thousands of victims are conned by Fraudsters using online dating sites. With a total monetary loss of £33,650,491, police has disclosed that 3,543 folks reported they had been besieged by romance swindles in 2014/15. The City of London Police and Action Fraud have hurled a 13-day 

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Share more personal data to advance your quality of life: Tech City boss

  According to the boss of Tech City, Londoners should be keener to share their personal data as it improves their quality of life. The chief executive of the Shoreditch-based non-profit organisation to support tech firms, Gerard Grech have faith in making more anonymised personal data available to borough councils would generate better services. Mr 

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