The Telegraph
| Monday, August 21, 2017 |


Kids at war

Indian and Pakistani hackers may be going at each other hell for leather but they are still a long way from being able to cripple critical facilities. Prasun Chaudhuri has the story

August is a time for celebration in India and Pakistan. There is a patriotic fervour in the air and it spills over into cyberspace; this is also the time some over-enthusiastic hackers indulge in jingoism. | Read»

Snap the image that tells a story

Don't laugh at the juvenile Snapchat filters; they may well change the way we communicate, says Farhad Manjoo

Snap, the company that makes the popular photo-messaging app Snapchat, calls itself a camera company. That's a bit cute, considering that it just released an actual camera, the Spectacles sunglasses, late last year. Snap will probably build other... | Read»

Ice cream van

A SpaceX capsule rocketed to the International Space Station (ISS) last Monday, carrying lots of research material, plus some ice cream. Experiments make up most of the 2,900kg cargo, which reached the orbiting lab on Wednesday. That includes 20... | Read»

Talk the walk

As infants grow, their motor skills develop in a certain set, sequential pattern. They first turn over, then sit, crawl, stand and walk. Some give the crawling stage a miss. Others, very efficient at crawling, may learn to walk later. Most... | Read»