23rd > February > 2017 Archive
AnalysisUncle Sam's vaguely worded raid warrant knocked down by the Constitution
Readings raise fears of nuke, probably a boring factory fumble
Mozilla devs debate whether this is a bug or a feature
DCCP code cockup lay unnoticed since 2005
Upstart Sapho gives Notes' heir the 'kids want all software to be a Facebook clone' treatment
Broadcom waves farewell to what used to be Ruckus and the ICX switch business
No, you're not reading that wrong: PCs are selling better than since the XP upgrade rush
Malware? Check. Camera? Check. Let's go sniff passwords
Wearables giant finally reveals cost of gobbling up and killing off rival hardware
Critical update deals with five ways to do remote code execution on Windows
The 5G internet of virtualized networked things is calling and Chipzilla wants to be ready
FeatureMachine learning is cropping up more and more in research papers – does it work?
Stop. We don't want to hear it, mutters uSwitch
1TB chip incoming
UpdatedWe're working on it
Ambiguous contract language didn't guarantee outcome
Sorry, Dave. I can’t do that – without an appropriate multi-GPU framework or Python library
Well... not Microsoft, Cisco or HPE, according to a consultant
Peter Sage was playing the old grey reseller game, claims US tech monster
Rentokil man tells BBC it calls them automagically, so that clearly explains the price
Cops probing Mirai telco takedown
ExclusiveBut at least TSS staffers won't have to get career advice from Capita this time
Blames it on weak pound
Google Ventures-backed Storj Labs makes its pitch
I expect to remain with Tesla forever... and ever, and ever
Creating 'a one-stop shop for digital shared services'
ExclusiveAnd the Oscar for the best story about why you have recovery tests goes to...
Brit firm 'missed the jackpot', says High Court judge
How many swallows do you need for a summer? One will do
Eleventh-hour amendment, but will it stick with government?
'First ever' SHA-1 hash collision calculated. All it took were five clever brains... and 6,610 years of processor time
Tired old algo underpinning online security must die now
AnalysisMost argued articles include Pervez Musharraf, Niels Bohr and Schwarzenegger
Watchdog forces them to drop claims of privacy protections
Michael Thomas' appeal will send shockwaves through IT industry if successful
Polymer highway into the head promises easier neurological monitoring
'Alexa, am I being murdered?'
AnalysisCopyright allegations wreck search rankings
And more than half the biz working overseas on the cheap