To run secure IoT – not bad for what it used to call "cancer"
Software king of the world Microsoft has knocked up its own version of the Linux kernal to run a secure end-to-end IoT product that focuses on microcontroller-based devices.
Chinese electronics giant ZTE has been effectively kicked out of the US for seven years after admitting to trading with North Korea and Iran.
Still no cure for Google
Google boffins have been telling the American Association for Cancer Research's annual meeting, that they have come up with a prototype of an augmented reality microscope that could be used to help physicians diagnose cancer patients.
Oracle expansion is cool for Catz
Despite upsetting Wall Street with its lacklustre returns from cloud sales, Oracle's CEO Safra Catz claims that she expects an acceleration in the company’s cloud business.
Buying more time for trade war to be resolved
Qualcomm is to refile its application with the Chinese government to clear its $44 billion takeovers of NXP Semiconductors giving regulators more time to decide on the deal and averting its collapse.
Money was stolen using Reventon ransomware.
A Nigerian-born Microsoft network engineer is facing federal charges in Florida for helping launder cash obtained from victims of the Reventon ransomware.
Who would have thought that stealing a car and hiring hookers could make so much cash?
Analysts claim that Grand Theft Auto has made it to be the most profitable title ever.
While the focus is on Facebook, AOL and Yahoo are reading your emails again
While politicians are pretending to attack Facebook over its sharing of data with Cambridge Analytica, it seems that AOL and Yahoo have been quietly getting on with the serious business of reading your emails while no one is paying them any attention.
Machines are not people
More than 150 experts in AI, robotics, commerce, law, and ethics from 14 countries have signed an open letter denouncing the European Parliament’s proposal to grant personhood status to intelligent machines.