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Wifi detector - know who's at home - The MagPi Magazine

Looking for an easy and useful project for that Pi you just have lying around? Find out who’s home and who’s not, or when your favourite coworkers …

Linux

Brexit without parliamentary vote not illegitimate, Northern Ireland court told

BELFAST (Reuters) - It is not “illegitimate” for Britain’s prime minister to begin the process of leaving the European Union without parliamentary approval, a lawyer representing the government told a Northern Ireland court hearing on Wednesday.<p>Pro-Europe demonstrators protest during a "March for …

United Kingdom

May speech makes it clear: We’re leaving the single market

In years to come this will be considered one of the most disastrous speeches ever made by a British prime minister.

Great Britain

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in September 2016

September last year saw one of the year’s longest monthly lists, and that seems to be the case this year, too.Over the last week, cyber security …

'Horrible spike' in hate crime linked to Brexit vote, Met police say

A “horrible spike” in hate crime after Britain’s vote to leave the European Union was at least partly linked to the referendum, Britain’s most senior police officer has said.<p>Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, the Metropolitan police commissioner, told a hearing at London’s City Hall that hate crime was …

Crime

London super-lab opens under cloud of Brexit

“It is amazing, isn't it,” says Paul Nurse, as he stands on a bridge overlooking the grand atrium of the new Francis Crick Institute in London. Light …

DJI's new handheld smartphone stabilizer is a vlogger's dream

Turning shaky cam into steady cam<p>It was only last week that DJI unveiled the Osmo+, an updated version of its handheld video stabilizer, but the Chinese drone company already has a new model ready: the DJI Osmo Mobile. As the name suggests, the main difference between this and previous Osmos is …

Parliament can still block Brexit despite Theresa May

That last part is crucial: There is a pro-Remain majority inside the House of Commons, and if parliament were to ever get a substantive vote on Article 50 it could stop Britain leaving the EU. In fact, the referendum is merely advisory to government and the House of Commons is well within its …

Great Britain

Dropbox hack leads to dumping of 68m user passwords on the internet

Data stolen in 2012 breach, containing encrypted passwords and details of around two-thirds of cloud firm’s customers, has been leaked<p>Popular cloud storage firm Dropbox has been hacked, with over 68m users’ email addresses and passwords dumped on to the internet.<p>The attack took place during 2012. …

Encryption

Online mattress seller dares to dream of global sleep revolution

Leesa, started by an entrepeneur from Manchester, is expected to hit $30m in global sales in its first year<p>Seasoned entrepreneurs often advise newcomers to sell services rather than products, as these types of businesses are likely to be more lucrative and require little initial set-up costs.<p>David …

Naked restaurant to open in Paris after success in London

A restaurant where diners bare all while tucking into dinner is set to open in Paris.<p>Following its London success, The Bunyadi, which first opened in …

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Apollo 11's Source Code Is A Surprisingly Hilarious Artifact Now Online

One of the most surprising things about the Apollo 11 guidance computer source code isn’t just the sheer size of it, but rather the amount of …

Dallas police chief's own son died in shootout with officers during career marked by gun tragedies

The massacre of law enforcement officers in Dallas was the latest gun tragedy in the extraordinary life of the city's police chief David Brown.<p>Mr Brown, 55, lost both his brother, and first police partner, to gun violence.<p>Most painfully of all, six years ago, his own son shot dead a policeman and …

Parliament should make final decision on whether to leave EU, barristers say

More than 1,000 barristers have signed a letter to the prime minister urging him to allow parliament to decide whether the UK should leave the European Union.<p>The letter describes the referendum result as only advisory because it was based on “misrepresentations of fact and promises that could not …

It is easy to despair of our leaders, but Brexit has exposed Britain’s rotten core | Linda Colley

The political class is not covering itself in glory, but our ills go deeper than mere individuals to governing structures<p>David Cameron has had a good week. Never mind that he took a gamble with the UK’s future, lost his bet and then opted to retire from what seem likely to be protracted and …

Great Britain

U.K. Government Rejects Petition for 2nd Brexit Vote

The United Kingdom rejected a petition for a second vote on maintaining its European Union membership.<p>More than 4.1 million people signed the …

Intolerant acts surge as British referendum result sinks in

LONDON (AP) — An Eastern European family in Rugby finds dog excrement shoved through its mailbox. A Londoner nearly gets into a fight over drunken slurs shouted on a crowded subway car. A Polish teenager in Gloucestershire is taunted with threats of deportation at her high school.<p>In the wake of …

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Austerity is the cause of our economic woes. It’s nothing to do with the EU | Mariana Mazzucato

The referendum shows how far Britain’s economic failures have divided the country, but Brexit will only make them harder to address<p>I was one of 150 academic economists, including 12 Nobel prize winners, who warned of the risks of Britain leaving Europe: recession, job losses, higher costs of …

Brexit: Expats denied say in EU referendum due to missing postal votes demand re-run after scandal is revealed

Anger is growing among countless British expats who say they have been “disenfranchised” in the EU referendum because their postal votes failed to …

I cannot stress too much that Britain is part of Europe – and always will be  

This EU referendum has been the most extraordinary political event of our lifetime. Never in our history have so many people been asked to decide a big question about the nation’s future. Never have so many thought so deeply, or wrestled so hard with their consciences, in an effort to come up with …

Great Britain

Pro-Brexit Voters Fueled by “A Destructive Urge,” Says Goldsmiths Professor

There has been no shortage of bleak analyses of Thursday’s Brexit result, with the financial and business press almost uniformly certain that the …

Brexit crisis won't end for years – and no one is taking responsibility

We hired Cameron to make decisions on our behalf but by passing the buck back to us he has created a dangerous political vacuum<p>Forget about the humiliating Suez invasion of 1956 or fallout from the 2003 Iraq war. Forget about the IMF crisis of 1976, sterling’s Black Friday in 1992 and Margaret …

Will article 50 ever be triggered?

The PM has said he will hand the task of starting the Brexit process to his successor, giving hope to remain supporters<p>When David Cameron delivered his resignation speech outside No 10 on Friday, he said he would leave the task of triggering article 50 of the Lisbon treaty – the untested procedure …

Petition for second EU referendum may have been manipulated

A petition calling for a second EU referendum which has gained more than 3 million signatures is under investigation by parliamentary authorities.<p>The House of Commons petitions committee has confirmed that 77,000 signatures, which were added fraudulently, have been removed. A tweet by the committee …