April 5, 2019

Ant and Dec embrace on full TV return

It's Ant's first full show back since stepping down from work last year after a drink-driving conviction.
April 5, 2019

Measles outbreaks in multiple states linked to unvaccinated persons

Nearly 20 years ago, health officials determined that measles had been eliminated in the United States. Amid declining vaccination rates, the dangerous disease, which can still be spread hours after an infected individual leaves an area, is now back in a big way. More measles cases were reported to the Centers for Disease Control and […]
April 5, 2019

The women divided by Brexit

Are women’s voices being heard?
April 5, 2019

The club where you eat dinner naked

Nude diners in Oxford are stripping off to celebrate the human body.
April 5, 2019

Free prom pop-up shop helps teenagers facing hardship

Teenagers can choose free dresses and accessories, and have their hair, make-up and nails done.
April 5, 2019

Galaxy S10 in-display fingerprint sensor tricked by 3D-printed fingerprint

Samsung's Galaxy S10 was one of its most significant product launches of the past few years, bringing with it a host of upgrades, including the triple-rear camera and an in-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. Unfortunately, the latter of those two upgrades has been the subject of multiple complaints since the phone's launch, the latest of which might be the most worrisome of all. As it turns out, the sensor isn't nearly as secure as it should be. In a post on Imgur this week, a user going by darkshark demonstrated how easily he was able to trick the in-display fingerprint sensor on a Galaxy S10 with a 3D-printed fingerprint. It's hard to imagine anyone going to these lengths to get into someone's phone, but that fact that it is possible is still incredibly concerning. Darkshark explains that it took three attempts to get the ridge height on the homemade fingerprint correct, but that the 3D-printed print often works just as well as his own finger. You can see it in action below: https://i.imgur.com/WlRksn6.mp4 You can read the full Imgur post to learn how exactly darkshark pulled this off, but the process was relatively simple, and one that any determined thief could replicate. After taking a picture of his own fingerprint on a wine glass with his smartphone, he opened the image in Photoshop, created an alpha mask, exported it to 3ds Max, and made a raised 3D model of the print. He then printed it on a AnyCubic Photon LCD resin printer in 13 minutes. There are clearly several hurdles that need to be overcome to use this trick (access to someone's phone, access to their fingerprints, access to Photoshop, and access to a 3D printer, to name a few). Nevertheless, the fact that a 3D-printed copy of a fingerprint is just as effective as an actual finger is a bad sign.
April 5, 2019

Masquerade: How a real-life treasure hunt obsessed a nation

How the clues within the picture book Masquerade turned the UK into a life-sized treasure map.
April 5, 2019

Nottingham boy, 4, to attempt ‘slideathon’ after sight loss

Four-year-old Larsen Roberts lost his sight in his left eye due to a benign tumour.
April 5, 2019

Newspaper headlines: Brexit extension leads many papers

Front-page stories see politicians in various quarters butting heads over the UK's departure from the EU.
April 5, 2019

Three Years After Resigning Over “Inappropriate Relationship,” Tyler Summitt Hired As Former Player And Current Wife’s Assistant

This morning, the Fairborn Skyhawks of Fairborn, Ohio announced that they had hired Brooklyn Summitt, née Brooklyn Pumroy, to be the school’s new girls’ basketball coach. One of her new assistant coaches will be her husband Tyler Summitt. Read more......