BT, Vodafone and IBM link cloud systems for business
Published in Cloud


Support 5G

BT and Vodafone are teaming up with IBM to offer businesses a way to link different cloud computing systems.

Fossil Group flogs smartwatch tech to Google
Published in IoT


Banks $40 million

Fossil Group is flogging its intellectual property related to a smartwatch technology currently under development to Google for $40 million.

Facebook slashes more Russian accounts
Published in News


Some linked to state-owned news agency Sputnik

Facebook has removed hundreds of Russia-initiated accounts, which it judged to be involved in coordinated inauthentic behaviour on its platforms.

US business more worried about cyber attacks than economy
Published in News


Risk of a recession is only their third biggest concern

US CEOs are more worried about cyber-attacks than their competition, or the risk of a recession.

Apple boss calls for an end of the shadow economy
Published in News


Not the tax dodging one the other one

Apple's chief executive Tim Cook has called for regulation to tackle the "shadow economy" of data brokers.

Trump’s fixer fiddled on-line polls
Published in News


Claims Trump ordered him

Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump’s fixer Michael Cohen said he tried to rig online polls ‘at the direction’ of the man who would be president.

FCC can’t use shut-down to avoid court
Published in News

 

Net neutrality case must proceed

FCC attempts to use the government shut-down to avoid a court case on net-neutrality have failed.

Apple loses appeal in FaceTime lawsuit
Published in News


Must pay VirnetX $440 million

Apple has lost an appeal to have a patent judgment set aside relating to FaceTime technology and has been ordered to pay VirnetX $440 million.

Struggling Apple stops hiring
Published in Mobiles


Can't afford new staff

The company which has more money than it knows what to do with, is not hiring any more people to take money from those with more money than sense.

TSMC sulks about its future
Published in News


Chips are down

TSMC has slashed its full year investment and forecast its sharpest quarterly revenue fall in a decade, joining a string of tech companies warning of a slowdown in global smartphone demand.