We ain't no Chinese spies
ZTE has counter attacked against concerns from US lawmakers that it is a vehicle for Chinese espionage, saying it was a trusted partner of its US customers.
Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab has filed a lawsuit targeting the second of two federal bans on its wares. The latest suit goes after language in a defence law explicitly blocking the purchase of Kaspersky products. An earlier suit targets a Homeland Security directive doing the same thing.
Don't stick it on your desk or anywhere useful
Apple's overpriced, overhyped speakers have a feature that Amazon, and Google don't – they destroy anything wooden they are placed on.
The quantum cat is out of the bag and in the box
Boffins from two teams now working with Intel have reported advances in a new quantum computing architecture, called spin qubits.
Three new PowerEdge servers get AMD EPYC 7000
AMD has scored another major win as Dell EMC has signed up for its EPYC data centre processors.
Watch out Nvidia and Intel
Amazon is designing a custom artificial intelligence chip that would power future Echo devices and improve the quality and response time of its Alexa voice assistant.
Microsoft Authenticator app being tested
Software King of the World Microsoft has been talking about its plans to use blockchain distributed-ledger technologies to store and manage digital identities securely.
Don't do what we did
Bill Gates warned other tech giants that they risk the kind of nightmarish government intervention that once plagued Microsoft if they continue to act arrogantly.
Judge unhappy with weaponised patent
A federal judge in San Francisco has ruled against a patent troll called Blackbird that had sued Cloudflare for patent infringement.
Judge says he lacks courage and does not want to face consequences
Julian Assange has been given a sharp lesson in the reality of law when his actions were forensically pulled apart by District Court Judge Emma Arbuthnot in a 30 minute judgment.