Birth control to Ginger Tom
China appears to be investing in a huge number of potentially dead or alive cats as it builds one of the world's biggest wireless quantum networks.
Atom powered Internet of Things
Intel has announced that developers will have two new Joule kits to choose from which it hopes will prepare the ground for its entry into the world of the Internet of Things
AR according to Chipzilla
Intel CEO Bryan Krzanich yesterday unveiled a number of new projects and products including an upcoming head-mounted display (HMD) code-named Project Alloy.
Looks like this cache is not up to much either
Julian Assange’s Wikileaks is getting so desperate for attention that it is releasing malware claiming that it contains emails from Turkey's ruling AKP political party.
Have all the semi-colons in the right place
Nvidia has been talking up new pascal based gaming notebooks based around the GTX 10-series GPU.
Be careful what you put in the manual
HP might have put some IDF spoilers into its Pavilion x360 m1 technical maintenance manual.
IDF 2016 cranks up
After its mobile plan did not work out so well, Chipzilla is doing what every large company which has run out of ideas is doing and getting into virtual reality.
Woman who exposed Russian doping scandle fears for her life
A Russian athlete who blew the whistle on Russian attempts to hide its wide scale doping of athletes says she is on the run from Tsar Putin’s hackers.
Extending secuirty and confidentuality of phone to Skype and WhatsApp
The EU is planning to extend telecom rules covering security and confidentiality of communications to web services such as Microsoft's Skype and Facebook's WhatsApp. However it looks like this could be used to restrict how they use encryption.
Flaws in the method
Cryptography researchers at John Hopkins University have found another flaw in the encryption used by Apple’s iMessage and while Jobs' Mob might have fixed it, the researchers say that the company's encryption methodology is borked.