It records your phone details
Even if you think keeping Facebook on your computer is a good idea, it might not be sensible to keep the software on your mobile phone.
Still wants to force tech companies to install backdoors to encryption
The US Department of Justice is refusing to give up on its plans to force tech companies to build tools into smartphones and other devices that would allow access to encrypted data in criminal investigations.
Most still think on-premise security is better
New research from Barracuda shows that while cloud has been a industry bussword for some time, most EU businesses are clueless when it comes to the technology.
As Trade War prospect looms
US technology giants have booked their flights to China this weekend as the prospect of a trade war between the US and the Middle Kingdom looms.
In god's name make our bronze age moral code relevant
The Roman Catholic church, which has just got used to the idea that the earth goes around the sun, is turning to Silicon Valley to help make its homophobic, misogynistic, contraception hating, protectors of kiddie fiddlers relevant for the 21st century.
Tame Apple Press fury at face off
Android manufacturers say that they will adopt some form of 3D face recognition and Huawei will be the first to get a product on the market, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-chi Kuo
Attempts to make VR a bit more of thriller
Oculus has shown a little of its thinking when it comes to ways to interact with virtual reality worlds by getting two patents for a type of VR glove.
Tech not there for mass production yet
BMW will not mass produce electric cars until 2020 because its current technology is not profitable enough to scale up for volume production, its chief executive said.
In the UK the same effect is caused by the sound of a pub opening
The government in South Korea's capital is introducing a new initiative to force its employees to leave work on time - by powering down all their computers at 20:00 on Fridays.
Apple has painted itself into a corner
Apple's gamble that it could bully Qualcomm into reducing its costs for its broadband chips by using Intel's lower tech options appears to have backfired and now Jobs' Mob is forced to stick with Chipzilla.