The malware could have infected more than 4 million devices before being discovered
Wirelessly-controlled self-driving lorries will be driven close together to improve efficiency
Dotcom's lawyer calls for extradition case to be dismissed after court rules New Zealand's GCSB illegally spied on Megaupload
Kim Dotcom claims the GCSB wasn't the only spy agency out to get him
Three wirelessly controlled lorries autonomously driven close to each other. What could possibly go wrong?
Sonos Play 1 speakers cost £180, but customers could suffer if they don't agree changes to privacy policies
Nokia's lawyers earn their not inconsiderable fees
Welcome to the future of work!
WhatsApp, Pokemon GO and others have been imitated
Group also threatens to dox someone called "the Doctor"
Researchers demonstrate method for wirelessly extracting AES-256 keys
Tim Cook has spoken!
Softbank spends a fraction of its investment funds on two companies Google doesn't want
Fireball hijacks browsers and can continually distribute malware.
Identity and access management company admits security breach that may have compromised customer data
Hacking group changes tack in bid to 'monetise' its trove of US National Security Agency tools and exploits
Cracking of HSBC's phone-banking security system comes one month after a warning that voice recognition security is critically flawed
Londoners will be charged more than residents of Caracas to get their ransomed files back
But it will be another two years before they get cars on the road
Malware created by a cyber-arms dealer, claims Lookout Security
All bait and no Switch, warn security researchers
If you want to play Nintendo's 'The Legend of Zelda', you'll just have to shell out for it, advise Norton
Amber Rudd accused of adopting Sir Humphrey Appleby-style obfuscation in Snoopers' Charter codes consultation
Government trying to intimidate people into silence by adopting bureaucratic legalese in Investigatory Powers Act codes of conduct consultation
"There should be no place for terrorists to hide," claimed Rudd
Standard Innovation will pay penetrated punters a cool 10 grand a dong
Google ups bug-bounty payments ceiling by one-third, while Microsoft offers a max of $15,000
Bug made public after firm misses 90-day fix deadline
Imperial College and Manchester University to pioneer research into robotics, micro-robotics and AI
Suspect accused of trying to hijack routers to incorporate into a Mirai-style botnet
The US intellectual property system strikes again
Facebook ordered to pay $500m to Zenimax on top of the $2bn it already paid for Oculus Rift
Add Netgear routers to CCTV DVRs and routers from TalkTalk, Kcom, Home Telecom and Post Office Telecom on the Mirai risk list
Even worse: many don't even encrypt traffic, as advertised
Court split keeps Microsoft's foreign cloud data out of US government hands - for the time being
Just under one-third of all NHS trusts report ransomware infections
Raspberry Pi Foundation looking to take low-cost computer from the classroom to the control room
MEPs to ponder robot rights, on the one hand, and kill switches on the other.
Rise of the robots needs care consideration
Internet becomes a jungle for Safari users
Attacks since November still ongoing, complain Groupon users
Most complained about landline provider is PlusNet (owned by BT)
Firm patched vulnerabilities after researcher threatened to go public
Clicking on a fake image attachment allows the malware to be downloaded
Personal information securely kept in plain text, apparently
Privacy group is worried new US president will abuse his national security powers
Eight police forces - including City of London - 'need to improve', according to Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary
Exploits for the latest in a long line of security flaws in Adobe Flash already seen in the wild
Not just open source: Java is riddled with problems too
Ruslan Salakhutdinov persuaded to trade in academia for 'Apple-demia'