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Royal Holloway researchers discovered the now patched flaws while analyzing Telegram's MTProto protocol.
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Arthur Morgan 2017-02-16
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Scientists have discovered a huge reservoir of molten carbon deep beneath the western U.S.

The research, which was conducted by geologists at the Department of Earth Sciences at Royal Holloway, University of London in the U.K., located the deep-Earth area of melting carbon that spans almost 695,000 square miles.

Experts harnessed the world s largest array of seismic sensors to map the vast reservoir, which is 217 miles below the Earth s surface, according to Royal Holloway.

The 583 sensors measured the Earth s vibrations to create a picture of the area s deep sub surface.

FIRST CAME A 'CATASTROPHIC COLLAPSE,' THEN A TSUNAMI

The study, which is published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters, indicates that the Earth contains much more carbon than was previously thought.

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James Baichan 2020-08-25
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University of London researchers poked around in 'secure' messaging platform, but didn't like what they found

An instant messaging app whose creators promoted it as secure and end-to-end encrypted was in fact no such thing, according to researchers at Royal Holloway.…

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Jerrod Fenton 2021-07-18
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A group of researchers at the Royal Holloway, University of London found that Telegram’s cloud chats have a flaw where an adversary on the network can reorder messages, allowing an attacker to manipulate Telegram bots.They also found code in the Android, iOS and desktop versions of Telegram, which could allow attackers to extract plaintext from encrypted messages
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Thomas Nye 2017-02-15
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The Earth's mantle is a very complex mixture.

surface could lie 90% of our planet's carbon, but new research

has suggested that the sheer amount of it could be even

larger than scientists first predicted.

A research team of geologists from Royal Holloway,

University of London's Department of Earth Sciences used seismic

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Jeff Bautista 2018-07-18
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The Founder Showcase is almost here, but there are still a few more Demo Tables available.

For those of you who are on the fence about whether you should get a table or not, keep reading.

Already planning to get a Demo Table?

Click here for more details.

Snagging a Demo Table is an affordable way for Founders and Service Providers to display their products and get ample exposure at the Founder Showcase.

Located within close proximity to the food and drinks area, each table comes with plenty of surrounding space for a company sign or kiosk, and has access to both high speed internet and power.

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Robbie Kromer 2016-09-28
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Australia has had to change its position on world

maps four times in the past 50 years.

The country happens to be located on one of the world's

fastest-moving tectonic plates, travelling about 2.7 inches north

According to Dr Lucia Perez-Diaz from the Department of Earth Sciences at Royal Holloway

University, tectonic plates — the massive chunks of earth on

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Lillian Barnwell 2017-09-29
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Welcome to The Drum's Business on the Move section, where we collate agency account wins, reviews, agency launches, rebrands and acquisitions.

Footwear brand Asics has chosen Saatchi & Saatchi as its new global creative agency of record.

Saatchi & Saatchi will handle the account mostly out of its Los Angeles and Tokyo offices.

Royal Holloway, University of London, has appointed Splendid Unlimited to transform the institution's website experience to communicate its reputation as one of the UK's best universities.

In addition, the brief is to ensure the website meets the needs of other key audiences, including alumni, current and potential partners and research collaborators and those looking to use the university’s resources for conferences and events.

Tourism NI has appointed Belfast-based communications and PR practice, Jago, to support its PR in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, following a competitive tendering process.

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Thomas Jones 2021-03-05
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Researchers have been scouring the universe or signs of organic material that might support life on other planets and objects. New research from Royal Holloway University of London has been published that found water and organic matter on the surface of an asteroid sample returned from the inner solar system. The discovery marks the first time organic materials have been … Continue reading
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Duane Harrison 2018-09-17
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OnePlus founder Pete Lau has revealed plans to launch the firm’s first smart TV.

The TV, which is tentatively set for a 2019 launch, is also poised to receive updates for five years.

The TV will include a camera, AI capabilities, and connectivity with your phone.

Now, founder Pete Lau has revealed the company will expand to the TV market.

The executive told Business Insider that it’s targeting a 2019 launch for its first TV, committing to updates for five years following its launch.

Lau says the TV will need those updates because the experience “won’t be something that’s perfect” right away.

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Juan Hackwell 2016-11-14
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A person using a laptop.

In Surrey we re planning a new cyber school where the next generation of security experts will be trained to thwart computer criminals , writes Linda Kemeny.

I read your story about online theft from Tesco Bank accounts Report, 8 November with huge interest because in Surrey we re planning a new cyber school where the next generation of security experts will be trained to thwart computer criminals.

Working with Royal Holloway, University of London and global information technology and business services company CGI, among others, the college will equip hundreds of students with the expertise to combat the escalating threats posed by data theft, malware, online scams and cyber attacks.

Not only will it arm young people with the skills needed to play a part in making cyberspace safe for our growing digital economy, it will also ease immense pressure on school places in Surrey, which has left the council with a funding gap of tens of millions of pounds.

Surrey county council s cabinet member for schools, skills and educational achievement

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Everett Enriquez 2019-10-18
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Chaotic protests broke out in Beirut, Lebanon, on Thursday just hours after the government tried to impose taxes on messaging services such as WhatsApp, Skype, and Viber.

The information minister announced on Thursday that the government planned to charge people in the country 20¢ per day for using internet calling services, according to local news agency An-Nahar.

Escalating protests forced the telecoms minister to reverse the proposal, but the decision was not enough to calm protesters who continued into the night and are still gathered in the city on Friday.

Video footage also shows what appears to be the bodyguards of a Lebanese minister pointing firearms at the protesters and shooting into the air.

Chaotic protests in Beirut, Lebanon broke out on Thursday hours after the government tried to impose taxes on messaging services like WhatsApp, Skype, and Viber.

The information minister Jamil Jarrah announced on Thursday that the government planned to charge people in the country 20 US cents per day for using internet calling services such as WhatsApp, Skype, Viber and Facebook, state and local media reported.

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Linda Schilk 2018-07-18
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Inside FI gives you exclusive access inside the training sessions of the Founder Institute.

To get updates when we release new videos, follow us on Twitter or subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

The startup graveyard is filled with companies that had a perceived product-market fit, but were overcome by competitors in part because of ineffective positioning and branding.

Early in the life of any startup, finding a simple yet meaningful name and determining an effective branding strategy can contribute immensely to its success - or if not done correctly, its failure.

In the video below, Aaron Patzer explains that focusing on naming and positioning is crucial for startups to gain traction especially if you are entering a crowded market, so it is essential to devote the time and effort necessary to get it correct.

Aaron Patzer is the founder and CEO of the personal finance management platform Mint.com, which was acquired by Intuit in 2009 for $170 million.

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David Harrison 2016-05-28

A huge variety of animals seem capable of reading Earth s geomagnetic field.

Every three years, the Royal Institute of Navigation organizes a conference focussed solely on animals.

This April, the event was held southwest of London, at Royal Holloway College, whose ornate Victorian-era campus has appeared in Downton Abbey.

And odysseys of this sort are not limited to the feathered tribes.

Instead, Wiltschko discovered that if he put the robins in cages equipped with a Helmholtz coil—a device for creating a uniform magnetic field—the birds would change their orientation when he switched the direction of north.

So do dogs when they crouch to relieve themselves, and horses, cattle, and deer when they graze—except if they are under high-voltage power lines, which have a disruptive influence.

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Charles Pete 2018-08-20
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Investors and entrepreneurs say that the US may soon fall behind in the race to build better artificial intelligence.

While many agree that the US was a leader in the technology's development, in recent years, the tables have turned: many say that China's tech could surpass the US's in five years or less.

Artificial Intelligence is a complex and evolving technology.

That's how Ajeet Singh, founder of analytics software company ThoughtSpot, thinks about AI, which is expected to play an increasingly important role in everyday life in the coming years.

"AI is the world's next big inflection point," says Singh.

"It will hugely impact human productivity, the creation of drugs, the future of education and medicine."

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Calvin Bourque 2016-09-07
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While some business-produced reports are authoritative and well-researched, some were simply commissioned to promote a new product and produce spurious conclusions.

Yet, where else can people turn to gain new insights about security?

Academic institutions are conducting deep, focused research on cyber security, with the peer review system guaranteeing a certain standard of vigour, but their research can often lack practical applications.

Operating at the intersection of the business and academic research worlds, and aiming to combine the best aspects of both, is the Institute for Cyber Security Innovation at Royal Holloway, University of London.

There are some organisations that produce very good, thought-out and focused reports that are extremely helpful.

On the other hand, he says that academic research is curiosity-led and may only have applications or commercial significance, for example, 20 years from now.

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John Burns 2021-07-20
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Royal Holloway researchers discovered the now patched flaws while analyzing Telegram's MTProto protocol.
James Baichan 2020-08-25
img

University of London researchers poked around in 'secure' messaging platform, but didn't like what they found

An instant messaging app whose creators promoted it as secure and end-to-end encrypted was in fact no such thing, according to researchers at Royal Holloway.…

Thomas Nye 2017-02-15
img

The Earth's mantle is a very complex mixture.

surface could lie 90% of our planet's carbon, but new research

has suggested that the sheer amount of it could be even

larger than scientists first predicted.

A research team of geologists from Royal Holloway,

University of London's Department of Earth Sciences used seismic

Robbie Kromer 2016-09-28
img

Australia has had to change its position on world

maps four times in the past 50 years.

The country happens to be located on one of the world's

fastest-moving tectonic plates, travelling about 2.7 inches north

According to Dr Lucia Perez-Diaz from the Department of Earth Sciences at Royal Holloway

University, tectonic plates — the massive chunks of earth on

Thomas Jones 2021-03-05
img
Researchers have been scouring the universe or signs of organic material that might support life on other planets and objects. New research from Royal Holloway University of London has been published that found water and organic matter on the surface of an asteroid sample returned from the inner solar system. The discovery marks the first time organic materials have been … Continue reading
Juan Hackwell 2016-11-14
img

A person using a laptop.

In Surrey we re planning a new cyber school where the next generation of security experts will be trained to thwart computer criminals , writes Linda Kemeny.

I read your story about online theft from Tesco Bank accounts Report, 8 November with huge interest because in Surrey we re planning a new cyber school where the next generation of security experts will be trained to thwart computer criminals.

Working with Royal Holloway, University of London and global information technology and business services company CGI, among others, the college will equip hundreds of students with the expertise to combat the escalating threats posed by data theft, malware, online scams and cyber attacks.

Not only will it arm young people with the skills needed to play a part in making cyberspace safe for our growing digital economy, it will also ease immense pressure on school places in Surrey, which has left the council with a funding gap of tens of millions of pounds.

Surrey county council s cabinet member for schools, skills and educational achievement

Linda Schilk 2018-07-18
img

Inside FI gives you exclusive access inside the training sessions of the Founder Institute.

To get updates when we release new videos, follow us on Twitter or subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

The startup graveyard is filled with companies that had a perceived product-market fit, but were overcome by competitors in part because of ineffective positioning and branding.

Early in the life of any startup, finding a simple yet meaningful name and determining an effective branding strategy can contribute immensely to its success - or if not done correctly, its failure.

In the video below, Aaron Patzer explains that focusing on naming and positioning is crucial for startups to gain traction especially if you are entering a crowded market, so it is essential to devote the time and effort necessary to get it correct.

Aaron Patzer is the founder and CEO of the personal finance management platform Mint.com, which was acquired by Intuit in 2009 for $170 million.

Charles Pete 2018-08-20
img

Investors and entrepreneurs say that the US may soon fall behind in the race to build better artificial intelligence.

While many agree that the US was a leader in the technology's development, in recent years, the tables have turned: many say that China's tech could surpass the US's in five years or less.

Artificial Intelligence is a complex and evolving technology.

That's how Ajeet Singh, founder of analytics software company ThoughtSpot, thinks about AI, which is expected to play an increasingly important role in everyday life in the coming years.

"AI is the world's next big inflection point," says Singh.

"It will hugely impact human productivity, the creation of drugs, the future of education and medicine."

Arthur Morgan 2017-02-16
img

Scientists have discovered a huge reservoir of molten carbon deep beneath the western U.S.

The research, which was conducted by geologists at the Department of Earth Sciences at Royal Holloway, University of London in the U.K., located the deep-Earth area of melting carbon that spans almost 695,000 square miles.

Experts harnessed the world s largest array of seismic sensors to map the vast reservoir, which is 217 miles below the Earth s surface, according to Royal Holloway.

The 583 sensors measured the Earth s vibrations to create a picture of the area s deep sub surface.

FIRST CAME A 'CATASTROPHIC COLLAPSE,' THEN A TSUNAMI

The study, which is published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters, indicates that the Earth contains much more carbon than was previously thought.

Jerrod Fenton 2021-07-18
img
A group of researchers at the Royal Holloway, University of London found that Telegram’s cloud chats have a flaw where an adversary on the network can reorder messages, allowing an attacker to manipulate Telegram bots.They also found code in the Android, iOS and desktop versions of Telegram, which could allow attackers to extract plaintext from encrypted messages
Jeff Bautista 2018-07-18
img

The Founder Showcase is almost here, but there are still a few more Demo Tables available.

For those of you who are on the fence about whether you should get a table or not, keep reading.

Already planning to get a Demo Table?

Click here for more details.

Snagging a Demo Table is an affordable way for Founders and Service Providers to display their products and get ample exposure at the Founder Showcase.

Located within close proximity to the food and drinks area, each table comes with plenty of surrounding space for a company sign or kiosk, and has access to both high speed internet and power.

Lillian Barnwell 2017-09-29
img

Welcome to The Drum's Business on the Move section, where we collate agency account wins, reviews, agency launches, rebrands and acquisitions.

Footwear brand Asics has chosen Saatchi & Saatchi as its new global creative agency of record.

Saatchi & Saatchi will handle the account mostly out of its Los Angeles and Tokyo offices.

Royal Holloway, University of London, has appointed Splendid Unlimited to transform the institution's website experience to communicate its reputation as one of the UK's best universities.

In addition, the brief is to ensure the website meets the needs of other key audiences, including alumni, current and potential partners and research collaborators and those looking to use the university’s resources for conferences and events.

Tourism NI has appointed Belfast-based communications and PR practice, Jago, to support its PR in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, following a competitive tendering process.

Duane Harrison 2018-09-17
img

OnePlus founder Pete Lau has revealed plans to launch the firm’s first smart TV.

The TV, which is tentatively set for a 2019 launch, is also poised to receive updates for five years.

The TV will include a camera, AI capabilities, and connectivity with your phone.

Now, founder Pete Lau has revealed the company will expand to the TV market.

The executive told Business Insider that it’s targeting a 2019 launch for its first TV, committing to updates for five years following its launch.

Lau says the TV will need those updates because the experience “won’t be something that’s perfect” right away.

Everett Enriquez 2019-10-18
img

Chaotic protests broke out in Beirut, Lebanon, on Thursday just hours after the government tried to impose taxes on messaging services such as WhatsApp, Skype, and Viber.

The information minister announced on Thursday that the government planned to charge people in the country 20¢ per day for using internet calling services, according to local news agency An-Nahar.

Escalating protests forced the telecoms minister to reverse the proposal, but the decision was not enough to calm protesters who continued into the night and are still gathered in the city on Friday.

Video footage also shows what appears to be the bodyguards of a Lebanese minister pointing firearms at the protesters and shooting into the air.

Chaotic protests in Beirut, Lebanon broke out on Thursday hours after the government tried to impose taxes on messaging services like WhatsApp, Skype, and Viber.

The information minister Jamil Jarrah announced on Thursday that the government planned to charge people in the country 20 US cents per day for using internet calling services such as WhatsApp, Skype, Viber and Facebook, state and local media reported.

David Harrison 2016-05-28

A huge variety of animals seem capable of reading Earth s geomagnetic field.

Every three years, the Royal Institute of Navigation organizes a conference focussed solely on animals.

This April, the event was held southwest of London, at Royal Holloway College, whose ornate Victorian-era campus has appeared in Downton Abbey.

And odysseys of this sort are not limited to the feathered tribes.

Instead, Wiltschko discovered that if he put the robins in cages equipped with a Helmholtz coil—a device for creating a uniform magnetic field—the birds would change their orientation when he switched the direction of north.

So do dogs when they crouch to relieve themselves, and horses, cattle, and deer when they graze—except if they are under high-voltage power lines, which have a disruptive influence.

Calvin Bourque 2016-09-07
img

While some business-produced reports are authoritative and well-researched, some were simply commissioned to promote a new product and produce spurious conclusions.

Yet, where else can people turn to gain new insights about security?

Academic institutions are conducting deep, focused research on cyber security, with the peer review system guaranteeing a certain standard of vigour, but their research can often lack practical applications.

Operating at the intersection of the business and academic research worlds, and aiming to combine the best aspects of both, is the Institute for Cyber Security Innovation at Royal Holloway, University of London.

There are some organisations that produce very good, thought-out and focused reports that are extremely helpful.

On the other hand, he says that academic research is curiosity-led and may only have applications or commercial significance, for example, 20 years from now.