Russia will be 'punished' if troops are sent into Ukraine - No 10
Russia will be "punished" if the country pushes ahead with any "destabilising action" in Ukraine Downing Street has warned.
Boris Johnson spent 1 million developing bridge to Northern Ireland
The government spend nearly £1 million assessing whether Boris Johnson's idea of a bridge or tunnel across the Irish Sea was viable, it has emerged.
Taoiseach calls for zero-tolerance approach to violence against women
Ireland's Premier Micheal Martin has said he wants a zero-tolerance approach to violence against women.
He described it as a problem that can only be solved by all of society.
IMF: Crypto Could Soon Pose Risks to Countries' Financial Stability - Regulation Bitcoin News
'Our Analysis Suggests Crypto Assets Are No Longer on the Fringe of the Financial System'
Checkboxes vs. Radio Buttons
I recently encountered the following box on a major website's registration page. It contains at least two design mistakes. See if you can find them before reading further.
The NFL is crowd-sourcing feckless AI solutions to its concussion problem
Editor, Neural by TNW
Tristan covers human-centric artificial intelligence advances, quantum computing, STEM, Spiderman, physics, and space stuff.
Turkey, Armenia talk normalising ties after decades of animosity
The neighbours are at odds over various issues, primarily the 1915 mass killings of 1.5 million Armenians in the Ottoman Empire.
UK government sued over 'pie-in-the-sky' net-zero climate strategy
The UK government is being sued over its net zero climate strategy, which lawyers argue illegally fails to include the policies needed to deliver the promised cuts in emissions.
Pacific faces 'strategic surprise', says US official, alluding to China
The Pacific may be the part of the world most likely to see "strategic surprise", the US Indo-Pacific coordinator Kurt Campbell has said, in comments apparently referring to possible Chinese ambitions to establish Pacific island bases.
Weekly cyberattacks jumped by 50% in 2021, with a peak in December due largely to the Log4J exploit
Check Point Research said Africa had the highest amount with an average of 1,582 per week per organization. Here's how to combat the latest surge in attacks.