Lazarus Group has similar code
The ransomware known as WannaCry which put the fear of Jehovah into those who thought running Windows XP was a good idea, might have come from a group of North Korean hackers known as the Lazarus Group.
Having beaten Oculus
After beating Facebook-owned Oculus in a $500 million patent dispute earlier this year, games outfit ZeniMax is now going after Samsung.
Rival wanted a bigger share
French telecom operator Orange has revealed that the rival roast beef-eating telecom group SFR was suing it.
Catastrophic fight between allies dishonourable
Japan's government has written a stiff note to Toshiba and partner Western Digital to tell them to stop fighting and co-operate.
Claims NAND controller developer
Flash memory based solid state storage devices (SSD) are pushing hard disk drives out of the market and will replace them, according to the president of NAND controller developer Silicon Motion.
Creators refuse to licence it
The MP3 digital audio coding format has now been officially confirmed as dead by its inventors.
When you are going to win you might as well be honest
The UK conservatives are so confident that they will win the coming election they are actually openly telling voters about some of their more unpopular plans so that they can claim they have a mandate.
Vole jumps on the Big Brother bandwagon
It would appear that Microsoft has mistaken George Orwell’s “1984” as a suggested path for innovation and come up with software to help employers spy on their employees 24/7.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is warning that Intel's largely-undocumented "Management Engine" is a security nightmare.
Refuses to hand over passwords
The human rights group Cage is preparing to mount a legal challenge to UK anti-terrorism legislation over a refusal to hand over mobile and laptop passwords to border control officials at air terminals, ports and international rail stations.