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Radio Attack Lets Hackers Drive Away Your Car

When it was revealed I couldn’t believe my eyes. Someone walks up to a car and its locked, someone else walks up and can instantly get in and at the press of a button start the…

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Agent Pitta Bread Is Listening

Yes this is still eTeknix and no you haven’t tuned in for the latest Jamie Oliver recipe, oh and before you ask, no I am not wearing a tin foil hat while preaching that the world…

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Microwave Oven to Blame for Mystery Signal

“Ding!” The mystery behind the bizarre signals that have baffled Australia’s most famous scientists for the past 17 years has finally been solved. What was it? the microwave in the kitchen! Simon Johnston, the head of astrophysics at…

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Norway Wants to Kill FM Radio by the End of 2017

Nordic countries are beginning to pick up the pace and keep up with times, more than ever before! According to Radio.no, Norway plans to make the step to full digital audio broadcasting in as little as…

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Android Tablet Delivers Air-Strike in Just Four Minutes

Up until now, American Joint Terminal Attack Controllers have been faced with calling in airstrikes using radios and paper maps. During that time, they required to coordinate and monitor positions of inbound aircrews to avoid friendly…

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Apple Hires BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe Sparking Music Service Rumours

Apple has taken the strange move of hiring  Zane Lowe, a popular BBC Radio 1 DJ. Lowe, who has grown to widespread acclaim and popularity in the UK and around the world for his work on Radio…

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RadioShack Files For Bankruptcy

After a long downfall, US electronics retailer RadioShack has filled for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. The news will be unwelcome amongst generations of American techies, as RadioShack has long provided the background of the interest of many tech…

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Australian Radio Telescope Captures Strange Signals From Space

Scientists from Melbourne’s Swinburne University have detected alien radio signals from space in real time. The signals were captured by the Parkes radio telescope in New South Wales, Australia, famously part of the communications network that…

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France Unhappy with Assassin’s Creed: Unity’s Storyline

Ubisoft has been copping quite a lot of flack recently. If I were to link to you all of the articles that only just eTeknix has written over the last two months, it would take me…

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Average US Facebook User is on Facebook More than They Exercise

Ok excuse me if I dig into Americans a little bit here, I am British after all. So the latest figures from Facebook, according to Mark Zuckerberg, show that on average an American will spend at…

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Text Adventure ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ 30th Anniversary Edition

Don’t Panic! In a special celebration of all things “Hitchhiker’s”, BBC Radio 4 Extra is bringing listeners the brand new 30th Anniversary Edition of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Game online and broadcasting series one…

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MIT’s Cameraless Tracking System Can See Through Walls

Motion tracking and home automation are still a little rough around the edges, sure we have thinks like the new Kinect, which in many ways is an incredibly powerful tool, but the Kinect and other camera…

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Winamp And Shoutcast To Be Bought By Radionomy

Winamp and Shoutcast, the legacy digital music services that owner AOL originally planned to shut down but then halted pending a sale, are reportedly being bought by another company than what we heard in the past.…

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Rumour: Apple iRadio Having Royalty Troubles With Sony

Apple are looking to get into every corner of our digital lifestyles and the next move for them is iRadio, a service that’s been rumoured, speculated and picked at for quite some time now, but it’s…