Alan Martin, The INQUIRER

Alan Martin

The INQUIRER

United Kingdom

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Recent:
  • The INQUIRER
Past:
  • Wareable
  • Alphr

Recent articles by Alan:

Samsung reportedly removed a sex toy company from a women in tech event

Much a (dil)do about nothing,Controversy ,sexism in tech,sex,Samsung,Women In Tech → Read More

The EU wants strict controls on facial recognition

Neither the time nor the face,Controversy ,facial recognition,Privacy → Read More

GitHub adds WebAuthn support for biometric and security key logins

GitHub adds WebAuthn support for biometric and security key logins → Read More

HP's CEO is stepping down this year

Packard-ing it in,Hardware ,HP,business,Hiring & Firing → Read More

The Apple Watch 5 could be getting a fresh new shade

The Apple Watch 5 could be getting a fresh new shade → Read More

Microsoft Paint and WordPad are set to enter semi-retirement

Paint and WordPad are set to enter semi-retirement → Read More

Hackers can figure out your password by listening to keyboard strokes

The sound of cyber,Boffin Watch ,Hacking,Security,password → Read More

Huawei to get another 90-day stay of execution on its US relations

Some leeway for Huawei,Controversy ,huawei,donald trump,US trade ban,trade → Read More

Apple is suing a virtualisation software company

Not 'Appy bunnies,Controversy ,law,copyright,Apple,ios,legal → Read More

Latte make it better: Facebook offers privacy advice at pop-up cafes

YOU'VE GOT TO ADMIRE the chutzpah. Facebook offering guidance on protecting your privacy is kind of like getting advice on avoiding reptile attacks from an alligator. Sure, it probably knows a thing or two about it, but there are still probably better avenues to exhaust first. Still, that's essentially Facebook's pitch. It's temporarily taking over five cafes around the UK where you'll get a… → Read More

Amazon causes traffic chaos in LA with Marvelous Miss Maisel promotion

IT'S OFFICIAL: JEFF BEZOS has the power to stop traffic. Usually a Hunger Games style fight for bargains is reserved for Black Friday, but Amazon decided to toss a consumer hand grenade into the mix early to celebrate one of its shows Emmy nominations. The Marvelous Miss Maisel - a comedy drama about a 1950s housewife who discovers a knack for stand-up comedy - was nominated for 20 Emmy awards,… → Read More

Instagram ups its fake news game with flagging

Filtering #nofilter,Controversy ,instagram,fake news,Facebook → Read More

Your speakers can be hacked to attack your ears

Cochlea up,Boffin Watch ,malware,Hacking,speakers,smart speaker,Security → Read More

Security boffins find that Canon DSLR cameras are vulnerable to ransomware

Security boffins find that Canon DSLR cameras are vulnerable to ransomware → Read More

Four-year-old bug leaves iPhones vulnerable to Contacts hack

Four-year-old bug leaves iPhones vulnerable to Contacts hack → Read More

NatWest is testing voice banking using Google Assistant

NatWest is testing voice banking using Google Assistant → Read More

Threesome hookup app 3Fun was 'a privacy train wreck'

Threesome hookup app 3Fun was 'a privacy train wreck' → Read More

Facebook wants to licence publishers' headlines and previews

Facebook wants to licence publishers' headlines and previews → Read More

Russia investigates Apple over Kaspersky kids app block

The FSA isn't kidding around,Controversy ,Apple,competition,russia,Kaspersky → Read More

You can now do £3,800 Amazon interview training on Airbnb

You can now do £3,800 Amazon interview training on Airbnb → Read More