Quantcast
Home » byline

Hackers use US alert system for zombie warnings

AFP FILE PHOTO

Warnings about the zombie apocalypse may seem pretty amusing, but officials say they’re dead serious about figuring out who hacked into the U.S. public warning system to broadcast such messages in a handful of states.

Posted: February 14th, 2013 in Latest Technology Stories,Photos & Videos | Read More »

Advertisement Advertisement

News

  • More people want ban on fraternities, says INQUIRER.net poll
  • Pilot buys pizzas for passengers grounded by storm
  • Gigi Reyes rushed to hospital
  • Texas gunman kills at least six, including children–police
  • NDRRMC: Palawan bridge collapses due to heavy rains
  • Sports

  • Argentina beats Netherlands 4-2 in penalty shootout to reach World Cup final
  • Netherlands-Argentina semifinal goes to extra time
  • Netherlands holds Argentina 0-0 at halftime
  • San Mig completes Grand Slam dream
  • Rigodon of coaches under MVP wing on
  • Lifestyle

  • A cleaner start to school year 2014-2015
  • After Nora flap, Pia wants rules changed
  • So many cheeses, so little time
  • ‘Freestyle dining’–like eating out but staying in
  • Back-to-school ‘baon’: hot dogs on skewers
  • Entertainment

  • Boyz II Men to serenade Manila in September
  • Justin Bieber gets two years’ probation over egg-throwing incident
  • New York state of happy
  • Yam Concepcion: Lost and found
  • Japanese film fest in Davao, Cebu
  • Business

  • US stocks finish higher on Alcoa earnings, Fed minutes
  • Honda recalls cars with faulty airbags
  • Vehicle sales jumped 25% in first half
  • BSP eyes new benchmarks for pricing bank loans
  • Gov’t expected to award P65-B LRT project to Ayala-MPIC group next week
  • Technology

  • The power of social media marketing
  • Serving with restaurant digital marketing
  • FIFA claims 2 Twitter records for Germany rout
  • Anti-piracy law set to kick in soon in Singapore
  • Japan plans giant Gundam robot
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, July 10, 2014
  • Careful scrutiny
  • Stay home, it’s more fun in PH!
  • State of the nation
  • Politics and the Constitution
  • Global Nation

  • Asians, Pacific Islanders fastest growing groups in Orange County, California
  • Most aging Filipino caregivers can’t afford to retire, says report
  • What my 8-year-old learned at a Philippine school
  • No Muslim Filipinos in ISIS, Defense exec assures
  • Indonesians vote for president in tight race
  • Marketplace
    Advertisement