Snowden warns of the new battleground
Security whistleblower Edward Snowden has warned that the world is facing its biggest security crisis in history as governments attempt to undermine encryption.
A chocolate teapot for customers and more for PR
Google's new privacy tools do very little to protect user privacy, even if they make the search engine outfit look good in the eyes of regulators.
Somehow robot versus shark is a little disappointing
Roomba robotic vacuum maker IRobot Corp is suing rival SharkNinja for copying a device of theirs and selling it at "half the price".
Analysts starting to get worried
The Capital One hack might have been down to the corporate structures of third-party contractor Amazon.
Don’t outsource parenting to Jobs’ Mob
Apple fanboys who believe that they can outsource parenting to their favourite company beware – your child can bypass Apple Screen Time.
IoT throws everything down the pan
Bog standard research from hardware security company nCipher suggests that IT security professionals are rather insecure about IoT and are becoming worried that even their toilets are leaking secret information.
Denies rumours it is walking straight to 7nm
Chipzilla has growled at rumours that it is planning to ditch the 10nm production process for its desktop CPUs and was instead set to jump straight from the 14nm+++ lineup into 7nm desktop processors.
Expect announcements today
The Google Pixel 4, which is launching today, is meant to be Google's epitome of smartphone design and camera prowess but it will not be using the latest Snapdragon chipset.
Design fails quality checks
Harley-Davidson has stopped production and deliveries of its first electric motorcycle after discovering a glitch in the final quality checks.