Legal ruling puts US tech in a spin
The US technology industry is paying the price for the obsession that its government has on stealing data.
Technology companies could be shut out
An advisor to the European Court of Justice, Yves Bot has declared that the "safe harbour" agreement for transferring data between the US and EU is "invalid," because of concerns over US spying.
But US blames China
It would appear that while the US has been blaming China for all its cyber break-ins it appears to be ignoring Tsar Putin's elite hacking team for the last seven years.
Most of the US's manufacturing base
The US government is planning shedloads of sanctions against China, forgetting that most of its IT is manufactured behind the bamboo curtain.
Beginning of the end
Apple's vice like grip in the US smartphone market is falling off as sales of the overpriced gadgets slump.
IPv6 not still widely adopted
The US organisation responsible for doling out IP addresses has rejected a request because there was not enough stock of the IPv4 flavour.
Because the US courts are ignorant
The Software industry is in big trouble after the US Supreme Court did not step into Oracle's battle with Google over whether APIs were copyrightable.
Spotted in the Amazon
The Samsung Galaxy A7, which was launched early this year, is now in US shops.
Infect it with Malware
Spooks from all over the world had a cunning plan to crack open apps in the Android Store and infect them with spying malware and launch man in the middle attacks on users..