Claims Russian founder
Pavel Durov, the Russian founder of the popular secure messaging app Telegram, has claimed that US intelligence agencies tried twice to bribe his company's developers to weaken encryption in the app.
Wants them to come up with big exascale supercomputers
The US Department of Energy is giving AMD, Cray, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM, Intel, and Nvidia more than $258 million to research and build exascale supercomputers.
AI has evolved to the level of a 1980s arcade kiddie
Microsoft's artificial intelligence system has mastered the 1980s video game Ms. Pac-Man, making its steps towards global domination that much closer.
At least until the end of the year
Dell has tied up AMD's 16-core Threadripper CPU until the end of the year.
Kicking Juniper and Cisco right in the router
Nokia launched what it thinks are the world's fastest network chips and delivered a swift kick to the bottom line of Juniper and Cisco.
Auction might be scuppered.
Western Digital is going for a court injunction to prevent Toshiba from flogging its chip business without the U.S. firm's consent in a move that might scupper the auction.
They are the new face of terror
The German government is increasingly worried about the rise of a new internet terrorist class – the child.
At last Apple has invented it
The geniuses at Apple will finally invent gaming changing wireless charging technology, which none of its rivals have, and it will be in the next iPhone.
We could have had the first 72 years ago
The world could have had mobile phones more than 40 years ago but the concept was killed off by the US government which considered them too niche and refused to give out any spectrum.