Containers, Docker support are big new features, but the current preview is rough…
China sleeps no more ... and she could get tetchy…
Cheaters, tweakers, hackers and crackers torn up by nasty Cydia bundle.
The largest Apple credential raid in history has seen nearly a quarter of a million accounts compromised by malware targeting app pirates.…
Benchmarks today, real hardware tomorrow?
It's a kitten rather than a roar right now, but if the MIAOW project unveiled at last week's Hot Chips conference can get legs, the next year could see the launch of the world's first “open GPU”.…
Hipsters to take on steampunks
US brass-hats have decided when the F-35 “Joint Strike Fighter” will finally be ready to take on the ancient A10 “Warthog”: in another three years, give or take a little.…
WinCC HMI control platform used in Natanz, Large Hadron Collider.…
Workstation security tips for system administrators.…
Your malicious payload is cool with Google, just call it something else.…
Quick and quiet transfers as HR bods rush to pub.
Fake email supplier scams are booming and have inflicted $1.2 billion in damages to businesses globally in the past year according to the FBI.…
Web portal access needs to be restricted
Cisco's identified a bug in its Identity Services Engine: its admin portal doesn't properly authorise HTML requests, and that can let an attacker see custom pages an admin has created.…
Just another BEEELLION miles to go before probe reaches interesting Kuiper Belt object
NASA has tentatively named the next target for its New Horizons' probe.…
VDI-focussed for now, but the street finds its own use for things
VMworld 2015 NVIDIA has announced the second version of its Grid desktop virtualisation software, complete with a pair of GPUs for blade servers.…
Redflow tweaks telco electron-buckets to take on Tesla
Australian battery researcher and manufacturer Redflow is hoping to get a jump on Tesla, prepping its own entry into the residential battery market.…
Finger trouble? Firm blames routine maintenance on downtime cockup
Dropbox suffered a major outage across the globe today – the company blamed "routine internal maintenance" for the significant wobble, which appears to be ongoing.…
We want what you've been smoking, doc
Elton John's appearance as the Pinball Wizard in the 1975 movie Tommy has inspired a scientist to name a newly-discovered crustacean after the British rock star.…
We're Deep South and something rather odd took out a fibre optic cable
On-Call Welcome again to On-Call, our regular reader-contributed tale in which we reveal the odd things you've been asked to do at all hours.…
Or summat else entirely?…
InterDigital ain't 'appy with ITC decision
Microsoft has swerved a potentially crushing blow to its vanishingly small mobile biz, after a US watchdog swiped away a request to block the import of its Lumia handsets into the country.…
Double-trouble collision a few 100,000 years away, apparently
Scientists have spotted two central black holes raging and skating around each other in Markarian 231 (Mrk 231) – the nearest galaxy to Earth that hosts a quasar.…
So Italian it probably has Venetian glass…
Make driver-free cars more secure? Good luck with that!
Uber has hired two security researchers as it shifts gears on its biz strategy with plans to develop driver-free cars.…
Paradigm puncher ... Is It Something I Said? hits 40
Feature Readers are advised that a number of the video clips featured in this article contain colourful language of a NSFW nature.…
Let's unleash a new craptocurrency…
Noel Biderman quits hacked biz…
Why yes, we do bill by the hour... why do you ask?…
Meanwhile, the EFF learns: in Russia, government malware pwns you!
The Associated Press is suing the FBI over allegations government agents used a fake news story to plant malware on the PCs of suspected criminals.…
It's a fix! A security fix!
We've closed the poll, and the results for our attempts to weed out candidates for a collective noun for security vulnerabilities are in.…
Number of mobile subs hits 7.2 billion (well, 4.9 billion really)…
Here comes 'Hadoop-as-a-Service'
Big data startup BlueData has to get bigger pockets; it’s just trousered $20m in C-round funding from Intel Capital, existing investors and a secret strategic investor.…
Companies getting assistance with infrastructure
Under-investing cable companies in Germany are to get a €2.7bn hand-out to bring high-speed broadband to the countryside.…