Things are looking up
Micron claims to have overcome key DRAM and Flash memory problems and says the industry is looking rather good.
Army top brass split between tradition and high-tech
The British army’s new chief of the general staff, Gen Mark Carleton-Smith, British forces must shift their focus to include confronting adversaries in the virtual world as well as on the battlefield.
Worried they may be assisting a human rights violation
More than 100 Microsoft staff have reportedly written to CEO Satya Nadella protesting the company's work for the US's Immigration, Customs and Enforcement (ICE) agency.
Taking out the satellites
Insecurity experts Symantec have uncovered a sophisticated hacking campaign launched from computers in China burrowed deeply into satellite operators, defence contractors and telecommunications companies in the United States and southeast Asia.
Fine is probably not going to hurt
Fruity cargo cult Apple has been slapped rigorously about the chops with a wet bus ticket by an Aussie court which decided that it was wrong to brick iPhones which had been fixed at non-authorised repairers.
Lack of simulation software investment
Uber allegedly "neglected" simulation testing for its autonomous vehicles according to Insiders who were chatting to The Information.
Too many bugs
The OpenBSD project is killing off support for Intel CPU hyper-threading due to security concerns regarding the theoretical threat of more "Spectre-class bugs".
Consumer electronics not covered
President Donald Trump told Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook that the US government would not levy tariffs on iPhones assembled in China.
Will just shuffle production through other facilities
Intel is expected to ignore the worst aspects of President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump's trade war with China by shifting its production among its facilities.
Put the candle back
Android users are being warned about a new ‘Frankenstein’ virus that combines the worst features of different malware to form a dangerous threat.