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BBC releases thousands of its sound effects as free .wav files

AUNTIE BEEB has made all its legendary sound effects albums available for free download. The BBC Sound Effects library is legendary, originally featuring themed vinyl records containing the genuine foley recordings used in countless BBC productions. Whether its the sound of a guillotine chopping off someone’s head (made with a cabbage and an extremely sharp knife) or walking across snow ... Read More »

Cloud is now ‘critical national infrastructure’, according to expert panel

Cloud data centres should be treated as critical national infrastructure, with governance and regulation to protect them, a panel agreed at Computing’s Cloud and Infrastructure Summit North. It is a risk to put so much business into the data centres of a small number of providers, said former House of Fraser CIO Julian Burnett, but he argued that that itself ... Read More »

Mystiska Nokia X kommer ut i slutet av april

Vi har redan haft en lansering av en ny Nokia-telefon i år, men minst en till verkar vara på väg. Man har nu sett en liten glimt av en modell som kallas Nokia X. Den ska offentliggöras 27 april. Dessa aptitretare blev först sedda i Kina och plockades upp av hemsidan ITHome. Förutom namnet och datumet för tillkännagivandet innehåller läckan ... Read More »

Russia targeting ‘millions’ of routers in global cyberattack, UK and US officials warn

RUSSIA HAS HIJACKED ‘millions’ of network devices worldwide in an effort to ‘conduct espionage and intellectual property theft’, UK and US officials warned on Monday. According to the NCSC, the FBI and the DHS, state-sponsored Russian hackers have targeted network devices inside government organisations, private industry and critical infrastructure operators, and even those within small and home offices. The months-long campaign saw ... Read More »

NCSC warning over ZTE networking hardware

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has warned telecoms companies and other network operators of its ‘security concerns’ with networking hardware made by Chinese vendor ZTE.    In a letter seen by the Financial Times, NCSC technical director Ian Levy claims that “the use of ZTE equipment or services within existing telecommunications infrastructure would present risk to UK national security that ... Read More »

How to watch the China Grand Prix online: stream F1 live for free

China Grand Prix – times and channels In the UK, coverage of The 2018 Formula One season is once again being split between Channel 4 and Sky Sports F1 – but only Sky has the rights to show the China Grand Prix live in the UK. The race itself starts on Sunday April 15 at 7.10am BST (2.10am ET, 8.10am ... Read More »

Google Updates: Android messaging, spot the cat and Deezer says ‘Hey Google’

AS WE draw closer to Google I/O, it’s becoming highly likely that we’re going to be seeing a lot of big news. You can check that out here. But unusually, it hasn’t stopped other announcements from the Big G in the meantime. So as ever, here’s our weekend round-up of notes and queries from Mountain View. Firstly, it’s looking very ... Read More »

Great Western Railway warns customers of possible compromise following cyber attack

Security Spotlight in association with Malwarebytes The channel looks at all things security, including all the news, analyses, opinion and research into these new, yet clear and present, dangers. Read More »

CBI calls on UK to retain EU Digital Single Market rules after Brexit

The CBI has called for the UK to converge with, or shadow, the EU’s Digital Single Market initiative in a document released today that calls for the UK to retain EU rules and regulations, post-Brexit.  The report, “Smooth Operations: An A-Z of the EU Rules That Matter for the Economy, is part of a lobbying effort intended to influence the ongoing Brexit negotiations.  ... Read More »

Sony’s $549 Xperia XA2 is finally out Down Under

A couple of months after it first landed in the UK, Sony has today announced that its latest mid-range handset, the Xperia XA2, is available in Australia. If you’re a fan of the Sony mobile aesthetic and are looking for some decent performance without the hefty price-tag, the XA2 is likely to appeal. It’s running Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 630 SoC under ... Read More »

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