Putin’s team uses a computer game because Americans will never spot the difference
The Russian government has been cynically manufacturing evidence to encourage US conspiracy theorists but may have been caught out by using some dodgy proof.
Personal data is a Trojan Horse
Vodafone, the company which annoys its Italian customers by cold calling them with automatic dialiers, is hoping to avoid a price war with new comer Illiad by using customer data.
Wall Street predicting Square will make its eyes water
One of the top performing hedge funds is betting that shares of the ever-shrinking Biggish Blue are set to fall.
OneSphere links clouds
HPE is planning to announce a new product called OneSphere that could help companies track when employees use public clouds like Amazon Web Services.
Apple partnership appears to be a two-edged sword.
The United States International Trade Commission today announced that it has launched an investigation into allegations that Apple infringed on patents owned by Aqua Connect.
SenseTime gets cash
Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) startup SenseTime Group said it has sealed an investment from chipmaker Qualcomm Inc as part of a funding round that will close later this year.
Backs down after spat
The Tame Apple Press ran a story about how wonderful its favourite fruity tax-dodger had agreed to help to the Indian government to develop an anti-spam mobile application for its iOS platform.
Quantum it is rather good
Mozilla today launched Firefox 57, branded Firefox Quantum, for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS. We have been running it for a month or so and it is rather good.
Full root privileges done dirt cheap.
OnePlus has announced that the portion of Engineer Mode that provided a backdoor to the phone will be removed in an upcoming update.