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Issue 3 • April 2017

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  • Front cover page

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  • Table of content

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  • Editor's letter

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  • World news

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  • View from Washington

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  • Exclusive: Anti-drone technology to be tested in UK amid terror fears

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  • In numbers: Opportunity rover

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  • Consumer tech: New smartphones revealed at MWC

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  • Virtual reality: 5G headset coupled with full-body suit promises complete virtual immersion

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  • The graphic: Formula 1 rule changes

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  • Money + markets

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  • Rail: London Underground scraps plans for tunnel-cleaning train

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  • Your letters

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  • Comment

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  • States of cyber warfare

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    Cyber-attacks are damaging and disruptive when orchestrated by criminals and hacktivists with a point to prove, but they take on a more sinister and potentially catastrophic significance when carried out or supported by government-funded military or intelligence units. State-sponsored cyber espionage and cyber terrorism have been steadily growing in frequency and diversity over the last decade as ... View full abstract»

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  • The human behind the hack

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    Sun Tzu's counsel to 'Know thy enemy' is a staple of cyber-security advisories, yet it's only recently that security practitioners have been able to fleshout our knowledge of hackers as human entities. View full abstract»

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  • Hacking through history

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  • Pirates of the skies

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    Last year, customers of Amazon in Cambrige began signing up for a novel delivery option. A 25kg drone, which is able to fly up to 10 miles gripping a book-sized package underneath, took just 13 minutes to fly from the warehouse nearby, landing briefly to drop the order on a delivery mat marked with the distributor's single-letter logo in the customer's rear garden. Amazon plans to slowly roll out ... View full abstract»

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  • ‘If you're not doing it… why the hell not?’

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  • Securing IoT: In your smart home and your connected enterprise

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    Sometimes your toaster is to blame. In October last year, devices from home routers to connected thermostats and toasters were used in a huge cyber attack that disrupted many websites, including Twitter, Netflix, Reddit and Spotify. View full abstract»

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  • The bigger picture: LED leaf lamps

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  • Engineers new land in a

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  • iF design awards 2017

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  • Our survey says…

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    Maps, apart from helping travellers, could also be powerful weapons. All maps in the Soviet Union carried deliberate errors to mislead mysterious Western spies with purposeful paranoia-driven deviations. There were no mistakes - deliberate or otherwise - in the Soviet cartographers' military maps of the West; the Maps of the 20th century exhibition in the British Library holds a 1980s map of Brigh... View full abstract»

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  • The bigger picture

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