Less fun five miles up
Virgin Atlantic is to use Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect technology to read customer behaviour and movement.
Vapourware interest has peaked
It appears that Apple waited too long and relied too much on the press to keep interest in its iWatch vapourware product going.
Specialised servers seized
The Tor project could face attempts to incapacitate its network in the next few days as the forces of darkness seize specialised servers. The project did not name the group or agency that may try to seize its directory authorities, which guide Tor users on the list of distributed relays on the network that bounce communications around.
A decade too late
The fruity cargo cult Apple has done what Microsoft has been doing for years – pushing out security updates. It seems that Apple has just discovered the technique which the Tame Apple Press is trying to explain as something “super”, “cool” and “original.”
Becoming a leader
Microsoft is doing rather well from corporate spending on the cloud, according to a new survey. Beancounters at Cowen & Co have added up the numbers and divided by their shoe size and reached the conclusion that cloud computing initiatives top the list of corporate IT spending priorities in the fourth quarter and Microsoft is the biggest beneficiary from it.
If you want one you should buy it now
There is a shortage of PS4 consoles in some European countries and it looks like Sony has run out of inventory.
Don’t you think?
As the fallout form the Sony hack starts to get silly, with the studios lobbying the US to go to war with North Korea – or something like that – the US government has asked China for help.
Paper kills rock
Hackers managed to access production networks at a German steel maker, allowing them to tamper with the controls of a blast furnace. According to a German government report, published by the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), it was a rare case where a digital attack actually caused physical damage.
Tame Apple press has a field day
The Tame Apple Press is attacking the BBC for using real journalism to prove that Apple has not been exactly telling the truth over how it allows its contractors to treat workers.
American Legislative Exchange Council is everything that eBay isn’t