The price of trusting Jobs' Mob security
Apple's security, which is about as effective as the guards in Monty Python and the Holy Grail, is suddenly finding itself in trouble when dealing with people's finances.
People are installing it
After a slump in the use of Windows XP, it appears that some daft people are re-installing it, even as they walk away from Windows 7.
1.2 petabytes of data
Canadian police say they’ve uncovered a massive online file sharing network made up of 1.2 petabytes of data—more than four times the amount of data in the US Library of Co?ngress.
Just in time for Samsung to drop microSD support
SanDisk unveiled a new microSD memory card. It remarkably holds 200GB on a tiny, yet fast microSD card.
All your Internet of Things are belong to us
In a major shake-up of the mobile chip industry NXP and Freescale are to merge thus taking control of the mobile and automotive chip industry.
Budget friendly A series
Lenovo has released three budget friendly A series tablets. The gear which was shown off at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona includes three new Android and Windows flavoured tablets.
Blackphone owned by Silent Circle
The BlackPhone encrypted Android handset is now fully owned by Silent Circle thanks to the company raking in investment cash.
Just can't assemble
The maker of flat-pack furniture which is often assembled with a hammer rather than an allen key, has come up with intelligent furniture.