Apple fanboy reveals that his favourite company is security nightmare
Fruity cargo-cult Apple has released its macOS High Sierra desktop and notebook operating system in the full knowledge that it has a zero day bug which allows hackers to steal password details.
Claims that DDoS will be history
Cloudflare is making protection against DDoS attacks free, regardless of how bad they are and claims that soon that method of bringing down a website will be history.
Hopes to see off AMD's Threadripper
Intel has officially launched its Skylake-X processor as a response to AMD's Ryzen Threadripper series of desktop CPUs.
Tame Apple Press is miffed
When Apple releases an inferior product, traditionally the Tame Apple Press wades in to hawk it. It seems that the reviewers of Apple’s current batch of products did not get the memo.
Broadcom said it is sampling the first mass-market chip that can take advantage of new global navigation satellite signals and will give the next generation of smartphones 30-centimetre's accuracy instead of five metres.
Apple environmental officer sees nothing wrong with stopping people repairing their phones
The fruity cargo cult Apple’s environmental officer must have a conflict of interest when it comes to keeping the planet safe when she works for an outfit whose sole reason for being is flogging overpriced toys to rich kids and making profits.
Catalonia didn't expect the Spanish InquisItion
Spain has instituted measures to stop people talking about the Catalonia region’s attempt to get people to vote on independence.
Brilliant and Terrifying
Columbia University researchers have found a “brilliant and terrifying” hack of ARM chips using something they call CLKSCREW.
Open Source messiah Richard Stallman is not impressed
Microsoft has been hitting the headlines lately with its enthusiasm for Linux – but Open Source's messiah Richard Stallman is less than impressed.