In line with own prophecies of woe
As we expected, MediaTek's first quarter revenues fell 18 percent sequentially but came in line with the company's warning that things would be a little dire.
CIA hacking tool used 40 times
Security researcher Symantec said that a CIA hacking tool presumably exposed by the Russian secret service and given to Wikileaks has been used more than 40 times in different hacks.
The fruity cargo-cult Apple has lost one its key salesmen most favourable journalists after Walt Mossberg announced he is retiring in June.
Does evil to its own staff
The US Department of Labour says that Google has systemically failed to pay women as well as men.
FBI settles for face saving arrest
What do you do if hackers lift a software tool without paying for it and use it to bring down the internet?
Only 25 years too late from when Microsoft and IBM still loved each other
A version of OS/2 2.0 which went missing for 25 years has finally turned up.
No-one knows why and evil plan expected
Google is offering up PAX a royalty-free, community-patent cross-license for its Android product, but no one is really sure why.
Smells like Teen Spirit
Researchers at Duke University have developed "spray-on" digital memory using only an aerosol jet printer and nanoparticle inks.
Disgusted by the hate
Canonical Founder Mark Shuttleworth says that he has become disgusted with the level of hate in the free software community.