On the basis of the findings of a recent research, the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has revealed in a report that a significant shortage of skilled workers is hindering the UK's efforts to fight cyber crime.
Warning that cyber security threats have not yet become a priority issue for a majority of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), the IET research elaborated that such threats are accorded a high priority only by a few SMEs, even though most of the companies are increasingly recognizing the threats.
With social networking/messaging service Path having released an updated version of its smartphone app on Friday, TechCrunch revealed in a Saturday report that Facebook has officially restricted Path's ability to look up a user's Facebook friends; thereby doing away with the users' ability to invite friends use Path or follow them on Path itself.
However, according to TechCrunch's Josh Constine and Mike Butcher, though Path's `Find Friends' access has been restricted by Facebook, users can still use Facebook as a login option, as well as share posts to the popular social networking site.
People who love tea and cakes are being told to conduct tea parties this summer in a bid to raise money for a noble cause.
People in Enfield are being urged by members of charity Marie Curie Cancer Care to host a Blooming Great Tea Party during June and July so that they could help the charity raise money for cancer care and cure.
Jacki Collins, from Enfield, is giving support to the campaign and she has done this after members of the charity looked after her father in Hampstead for a fortnight before he died from lung disease.
Germany's top two teams will compete for the Champion's League trophy on May 25. Both the team reached the finals after defeating Spain's Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Bayern won the match with 3-0 at Barcelona for a 7-0 aggregate victory on Wednesday. It came a day after Dortmund eased past Real despite a 2-0 loss paving the path for the first all-German final in the competition.
European stocks, with Germany's benchmark index surging to a record high, rallied on Friday. The Stock Europe soared after the release of better-than-expected U. S. employment data for April.
The Stocks Europe 600 index sought a rise of 1.1% to 301.04, which means 1.7% gain for a week. Germany's DAX 30 index reported to climb 2% to 8122.29. It surpassed its previous closing high 8105.69 hit on July 16, 2007.
The UK's FTSE 100 index also increased by 0.9% to 6521.46 and France's CAC 40 index recorded the rise of 1.4% to 3912.95.
Contrast has been witnessed in the economies of the US and Europe. At one place, where the US has witnessed a healthy growth in its economy, Europe has been witnessing a decline in economic growth.
Experts said that as Europe's economic growth gets dimmer, the major portion of the responsibility gets on Germany. It would not be wrong to say that majority of the pressure is on German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Recent updates from Germany say that the surviving member of a neo-Nazi gang will go on trial on Monday. He has been allegedly responsible for nine racially motivated murders and the killing of a policewoman in Second World War.
Beate Zschäpe, the accused, has been charged of murdering eight Turkish men, a Greek man and a German policewoman. The accusations also include 15 bank robberies and two nail bombings. Some other allegations include arson, discovering a terrorist organisation and encouraging robbery.
In its quarterly earnings report released on Friday, sixth-ranking US wireless provider, US Cellular, made a dramatic turnaround of sorts by announcing that, some time `later this year,' it will start carrying the hugely popular Apple devices.
Despite the fact that US Cellular did not specify which Apple devices it will carry, it is being speculated that - similar to the other wireless carriers in the country - it will offer the Apple iPhone, along with the cellular-capable models of the iPad.
According to the most recent figures released by comScore, tech giant Apple and its closest smartphone-market rival Samsung continued to dominate a large part of the US smartphone market during the period between December 2012 and March 2013.
Going by comScore's statistics pertaining to the US smartphone subscriber market share in the mentioned period, the number of smartphone owners in the country was 136.7 million; a figure which accounted for nearly 58 percent of the overall mobile market.
Due to the 999 crew taking about 30 minutes to reach a baby, Bella, she died on her way to the hospital in an ambulance.
Bella's mom Amy Carter had called the ambulance after the three-month-old baby had collapsed and had stopped breathing.
Amy had attempted CPR as the ambulance took 26 minutes to reach their home in Thetford.
Twenty-four-year-old Amy stated that the paramedics were joking while treating Bella.
Bella's dad Scott arrived at the West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds before the ambulance came because the driver lost his way.