My interview in MMIT on practicing safe computing.
My interview on BBC Radio Foyle about the Amazon Echo Look device which is a sort of standalone selfie machine so users can take full-length photos and videos of themselves specifically for the sake of checking their fashion choices in the morning. We also chat about the cafe owner who banned WiFi from his cafe in an attempt to create some atmosphere and we move on to other aspects of technology such as Fridges laden with hi-tech features such as inbuilt WiFi cameras so you can check your fridge contents remotely.
My interview on BBC Radio Foyle News at One about MPs accusing social media companies of putting profit before safety and should face fines of tens of millions of pounds for failing to remove extremist and hate crime material promptly from their websites.
My interview on BBC Radio Foyle about a payment card featuring a fingerprint sensor unveiled by Mastercard. The rollout follows two successful trials in South Africa. The technology works in the same way as it does with mobile phone payments: users must have their finger over the sensor when making a purchase.