What a surprise - a Google product spying on people.
Human rights group, the Electronic Freedom Foundation has complained that Google is continuing to use its Chromebooks to spy on customers.
Russian security services mouthpiece, Wikileaks, has just released something that Vladimir Putin’s finest have discovered about the CIA’s tools to hack Samsung tellies.
Self-driving car based on game
In the future, if you are wondering why your Waymo self-driving car is driving is driving erratically and keeps stopping in front of prostitutes, it might be because its software was trained using Grand Theft Auto V.
Linux desktop designed and built from ground up
One of the few makers of Linux desktops is now making its own hardware so that it can make sure it is more Linux friendly.
After saying it was a default setting
After initially saying that the red tint on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ was just a setting problem, Samsung has announced that it is issuing a software update to fix it.
Probably another tax dodge
The fruity cargo-cult Apple is desperately looking around for something to replace its dying iPhone cash-cow and has hired two Google satellite executives.
Windows with no hint of x86
Qualcomm has dropped a huge hint that we will see ARM based PCs in the shops in the fourth quarter.
Huawei is warning that P10 and P10 Plus smartphones are shipping with slower storage.
Radeon RX 500 graphics cards
AMD chum Sapphire has released a new line of Radeon RX 500 graphics cards.