Thongs for the memory
Former internet security giant, and tech industry badboy John McAfee has admitted his viral claim that he was arrested in Norway for wearing a thong as a face mask was all a hoax.
Forgot to tell users
Social video app TikTok was using an extra layer of encryption to conceal a tactic for tracking Android users via the MAC address of their device, which skirted Google’s policies and did not allow users to opt out.
Know when to fold em, know when to hold em
Microsoft has revealed its dual-screen Surface Duo device which runs Google's Android operating system, is "purpose-built for mobile productivity."
Unless you are wealthy
Eurostar’s PR department has produced a truly bizarre reason to kill off wi-fi on its trains – it was due to the coronavirus.
Toshiba Corp reported on Wednesday its first quarterly operating loss in nearly four years as the coronavirus pandemic hit demand for its electronic devices, copiers and chip-making equipment.
Profit up 34 percent
Foxconn reported a better than expected quarterly profit as rising telecommuting demand amid the coronavirus pandemic offset slowing smartphone sales.
A US appeals court reversed a lower court ruling against chip supplier Qualcomm in an antitrust lawsuit brought by the Federal Trade Commission.
Enterprises in Germany are slowly adopting SAP’s S/4HANA database, with many companies looking for cloud-based infrastructure from service providers to support the intelligent ERP system, according to a new ISG report.
Xbox Series X console release date announced in November
Microsoft says it will announce the Xbox Series X console in November but the Halo Infinite is being delayed until next year.
Whole UK approach was a mess
An appeals court ruled that police use of facial recognition technology in the UK has "fundamental deficiencies" and violates several laws.