I think you ought to know I am feeling depressed
A Washington DC-based security robot has decided that life protecting humans is not worth the effort and has killed itself by throwing itself into a fountain.
Closer than previously admitted
Claims by the AV outfit Kaspersky that it only has a passing connection with Russian spooks have been damaged by the leak of some internal emails.
Don't view porn in public
Norton said that 59 percent of Americans think that when they use public wi-fi it's safe as houses but it most certainly isn't.
Windows 7 machines might have been the problem
Windows XP was not as vulnerable to the WannaCry ransomware as many assumed.
Buys security firm for $100 million
Software king of the world, Microsoft has written a $100 million cheque for the security outfit Hexadite.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is warning that Intel's largely-undocumented "Management Engine" is a security nightmare.
With some restrictions, it's fair to say
During a press event in New York City today, Microsoft Windows boss Terry Myerson took the stage to announce Windows 10 S, a new version of the company’s operating system designed at undermining the rise of low cost Chromebooks in American classrooms.
Guests get up in arms
It's only a few days since I reviewed Google Home but today it caused not only extreme embarrassment but distress to visitors here on the British May Day bank holiday.
Puma 6 is a "cat has trophy"
Chipzilla’s Puma 6 Intel cable modem variants are highly susceptible to a very low-bandwidth denial-of-service attack.
Hands on: Snapdragon 835 version
There is no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is one of the most widely anticipated phones that will shape the first half of 2017, and the USA and Chinese customers are getting the Snapdragon 835 version while Europe and the rest of the world is stuck with the Exynos 8895 version.