Fancy bear infiltrating German networks
Germany is investigating a security breach of its defence and interior ministries' private networks, a government spokesman has confirmed.
The man who brought us Vista realises the US presidency is beneath him
Software King of the World, Sir William Gates III, has ruled out standing for the presidency of the US even if he could bring in the sort of things he believes are essential.
Thanks to crypto-miners
AMD is slowly gaining ground on Nvidia thanks to its GPUs being more popular among crypto-miners.
2,500 jobs at risk
High Street electronics retailer Maplin has entered administration after failing to secure a takeover deal.
Directly killed people
Software King of the World and sworn enemy of the mosketo Sir William Gates III has come out swinging his weighty opinions against cryptocurrency.
Expect Acme to patent "coyote time"
Wile E Coyote has inspired a new development in silicon chip development, at least according to Nature Photonics.
No atmosphere, or customers but the wi-fi is good
The moon will get its first mobile phone network next year, enabling high-definition streaming from the lunar landscape back to earth, part of a project to back the first privately funded moon mission.
Tooting the internet lebensraum horn
Germans will acquire a legal right to fast internet under a proposed coalition between Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Conservatives and the Social Democrats (SPD), the man expected to become Merkel’s top aide said in remarks published on Wednesday.
US to get 5G in 30 cities
US wireless carrier T-Mobile said on Tuesday it would start building next-generation 5G networks around the United States with the help of Nordic equipment vendors Ericsson and Nokia.
The needs of the few will be finally met
The Khronos Group, a consortium of hardware and software companies, has announced that the Vulkan graphics technology is finally coming to Apple's platforms, allowing games and apps to run at faster performance levels on Macs and iOS devices.