Archive for September, 2018

How a lesbian love story is bypassing censors online

Andrew Robinson
Low-cost smartphones and mobile data are giving creative freedom to India’s film makers.

How a lesbian love story is bypassing the Indian censors

Andrew Robinson
Low-cost smartphones and mobile data are giving creative freedom to India’s entertainment industry.

Gaza: Coding in a conflict zone

Andrew Robinson
With most Gazans under 25, a new generation turns to coding to escape the constraints of conflict.

Web creator works to liberate personal data

Andrew Robinson
People should have more control over data with a technology developed by Sir Tim Berners-Lee.

Will Facebook be fined after hack attack?

Andrew Robinson
The social network could face a hefty fine if it is found to have breached data protection rules.

Chancellor warns over ‘stalling’ digital tax talks

Andrew Robinson
The chancellor threatens a new tax on tech firms unless talks to find an international deal speed up.

Apple silent amid iPhone ‘chargegate’ complaints

Andrew Robinson
Customers complain that the iPhone XS and XS Max do not charge properly when plugged in.

Honour of Kings uses facial recognition to check ages

Andrew Robinson
Tencent is to use facial recognition to enforce time limits on children playing Honour of Kings.

‘Switch-off sunglasses’ block out screens

Andrew Robinson
Could a pair of sunglasses that can block out TV screens help us switch off?

Tesco Bank fined £16.4m over cyber-attack

Andrew Robinson
The Financial Conduct Authority says the bank did “too little, too late” to protect its customers