Just don’t drop it
IT colourful character John McAfee has just come up with an interesting new security device.
A feature in Apple's iTunes approval process is allowing pirates to download free versions of paid iPhone apps.
We will show them who is boss
Fruity cargo-cult Apple is taking on the UK government warning that Prime Minister David Cameron’s plans to give its spooks extra online surveillance powers could weaken the security of personal data for millions of people and paralyse the tech sector.
And a plague of malware shall come down from on high
Christian orientated mobile apps, particularly those designed to help you work out how one god can be three, or how premarital sex is so bad when it is not mentioned in the bible are more likely to infect believers phones with spyware.
We know what you are thinking
UK coppers have hit on a novel idea of scaring the bejesus out of hackers by popping around for a nice cup of tea and a chocky biscuit.
McAfee claims a grannie could do it
Hacking a major corporation is so easy that even an elderly grannie could do it, according to technology industry character John McAfee.
Because you can never have too many doors
While government spooks are trying to lean on manufactures to provide backdoors, Arris has gone one further and provided its backdoor with a backdoor.
Shutting out the spooks and other criminals
Software Giant Microsoft has joined Mozilla and will consider blocking the SHA-1 hashing algorithm on Windows to keep the US spooks from using it to spy on users computers.
Scotland does not care
Wackypedia leader Jimmy Wales has suggested that Apple should stop selling its popular iPhone line in the UK