US set to lose Land of the Free title
While the US telcos are frantically bribing, er lobbying, their tame politicians to block net-neutrality, it seems that the UK telcos are going the opposite way.
For their own good of course
Moscow is to experiment with a new system of mobile-phone tracking in 2015 to "aid research into potential modification to the transport infrastructure of the city."
What price security?... well rather a lot
Two Singapore-based engineers have created a laptop made almost entirely from open source hardware.
Makes mouse's eyes water
A Polish software and hardware developer has created a prototype computer which is entirely housed within a mouse.
Still not as bad as Java and Flash
Silverlight exploits soared in late 2014 but Java and Flash is still the attack vector of choice, according to research from Cisco.
Open data but snoops like crazy
The inventor of the world wide web Sir Tim Berners-Lee praised the UK government for making its data open but said it was one of the worst in the world for surveillance and spying on its citizens.
Intel confident it is just a rumour
Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich has shrugged off rumours that the Fruity cargo cult Apple is about to switch to ARM in future Mac releases.
Cordless is just so last year
Microsoft Researchers have worked out a way that means you will never have to plug in your phone again.
Law not broken in the UK
The British serious fraud office has closed its inquiry into the British firm Autonomy saying that there was no evidence of fraud.