Curtail “foreign abuse and influence” in elections.
Google has told US election regulators ithat it “strongly supports” tightening rules on online political advertising to stop foreign powers gaming US elections.
Expensive phone freezes
British Apple fanboys who emptied their bank accounts to buy Apple’s hugely overpriced gadget are finding that it cannot handle the cold British weather.
Will not plug it into the iPhone because it might not be around
Fruity tax dodging cargo cult Apple is going to invent Google Glass by 2020, but sees it as a device which will not connect to a phone.
So much for democracy
New figures confirm that Wackypedia is controlled by a tiny clique of editors who enforce their views on the world.
Unfortunately, thanks to the bit it wants to sell
Toshiba reported a 76 percent jump in second quarter operating profit on thanks to strong performance from its memory chip unit.
Says sorry for security lapse
At least one of the attacks carried out on Yahoo was the work of Russian spooks, according to former Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer.
Worth $12 billion over next three years
Qualcomm has signed three non-binding memoranda of understanding (MoU) with three Chinese companies worth $12 billion over three years.
Why should the Russians have all the fun?
While the Russians using Facebook advertising to help Donald Trump win the election has garnered all the attention, the Chinese government has also been buying adverts.
Stop you being forwarded to another site
Google's Chrome browser is going to kill off redirects that send you to a website you didn't expect.
How to be highly secure
Software King of the World Microsoft has revealed that if you want PCs or laptops to be secure you must have certain hardware features.