14:35 Frankfurt Motor Show 2017 photos: Road-legal F1 car, record-setting Bugatti Chiron and more138
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WikiLeaks' Julian Assange tweets mysterious code – is a new leak about to be released?
WikiLeaks is known to release "insurance files" before major document leaks. Julian Assange, the founder of whistleblowing website WikiLeaks, has published a mysterious 68-digit code on Twitter that many believe indicates a fresh disclosure is on the horizon. The string of letters and numbers, which appears to be an encryption key, or hash, sparked a frenzy
UK Video Game Deals: Nintendo Switch bundles, VR headsets, Persona 5 and more
Your round-up of the week's best gaming deals and discounts. This week's round-up of the best video game deals and discounts in the UK includes three different Nintendo Switch bundles, plus two bundles for the Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR virtual reality headsets. When it comes to games there's Persona 5 for a little over £30, Bungie shooter Destiny
Subaru key fobs can be 'hacked' and used to unlock cars for just $25
The car company said that the flaws does not impact vehicles sold in the UK. A computer engineer called Tom Wimmenhove said on GitHub, an online code repository, that he found the Subaru key fob's rolling code – the internal system used to securely lock and unlock car doors – was "predictable" because it was sequential, rather than random. "An attacker
Japanese steel scandal grows as Kobe admits more cases of falsified information
Kobe Steel announces further instances of faked inspections data as its shares get a hammering in Asian trading. Japanese steel maker Kobe Steel has disclosed nine new cases of falsified information about products and materials it sold for use in cars, aeroplanes and a slew of other products, as the ongoing scandal escalated further on Friday (13 October)
Rare photos taken by legendary Nasa astronauts being sold to the highest bidder
Many of the photos bear original Nasa marks, captions and identifying numbers. John Glenn was the first person to snap a photograph of Earth from outer space. Neil Armstrong took the first picture from the moon's surface. The original prints of those are among 445 rare photos taken by American astronauts that are being sold by Skinner Auctioneers and Appraisers
US military drone fleet infected by computer virus that 'keeps coming back'
The virus has not yet interfered with pilots' navigation. Update: This report was mistakenly based on a 2011 article from Wired and presented as contemporary news. The US military drone fleet has reportedly been infected with a computer virus which keeps returning despite efforts to remove it. Wired.com reported in 2011 that the military's Host Based
Here's how Nasa plans to chase Neptune's moon Triton as it casts a shadow on Earth
Nasa shared the specifics of the mission in a post on Tumblr. Nasa is currently studying and analysing Neptune's largest moon Triton with the help of the flying telescope Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (Sofia), after the planetary body cast a faint shadow on the Earth on Thursday (5 October). Nasa shared the specifics about how they plan to go about
Is this the world's shortest commercial flight?
A route operated between Scotland's Orkney Islands clocks in at just 80 seconds. If only all commercial flights were as long (or short) as the hop between two of Scotland's Orkney Islands, which at just 80 seconds, can lay claim to being the shortest scheduled passenger flight in the world. On the remote collection of islands comprising an archipelago
Batman game includes photo of assassinated Russian ambassador Andrei Karlov
Telltale Games has yet to explain the bizarre use of a real dead body in its game. The latest episode of Telltale Games' Batman series, The Enemy Within, includes a real life photo of Russian ambassador Andrei Karlov after he was assassinated in December 2016 during the opening of an art exhibition. Karlov was shot point blank by a Turkish police officer
Email sign in not working for UK Customers
Yahoo email users are suffering a major outage this morning with thousands left unable to access their email accounts. The popular service appeared to hit problems at around 10:20, with some users still reporting issues. Users have taken to Twitter to complain about the problems with many complaining they can't log in into Yahoo mail. One Yahoo fan said: "Yahoo