One encryption key to rule all routers clearly a bad idea
Deal believed to be down to either Foxconn or Western Digital
12 July reserved by Amazon, Reddit, DuckDuckGo, Mozilla, Vimeo, Github and others to lobby against lifting of net neutrality rules
Huge implications for the IoT
Microsoft taking steps to ensure that 'rogue' builds aren't released in future
Closed-source software developed on open-source
Microsoft's response to Windows 10 Enterprise group policy privacy setting claims? Don't mess with the settings!
New GPU contains 21 billion transistors and offers five-times the performance of Pascal, claims Nvidia
Windows 10 users driven mad by driver issues
This one isn't for the High Street
Machine learning and AI will require a new framework of rights, including regulation, claims Royal Society
Microsoft 'officialises' unofficial Windows 10 updates policy
Is there nothing Musk can't turn his mind to?
Forthcoming Windows 10 feature will boost battery life 'by up to 11 per cent', promises Microsoft
Taxi! Five senior Uber staff have now left this year
Google denies US government claims, insisting that there is no gender pay-gap at the company
'The whole Mir hate-fest boggled my mind - it's free software that does something invisible really well,' wrote Shuttleworth
Honor 8 Pro provides a lot of smartphone for less than £500
Canonical's Mark Shuttleworth reveals plan to ditch Unity and discontinue Ubuntu phone and tablet developments
Canonical plans to return GNOME with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
Someone was paid good money to come up with possibly the worst rebrand in history
Windows 10 may be struggling, but at least Windows XP looks to be going the way of Windows Vista
$50bn boost for ISPs in the US after Congress votes to allow ISPs to sell subscribers' web-browsing data
Office 365 users inadvertently sharing their documents with all and sundry
You have Google everywhere else, why not have it listening in at home and on your network as well?
Was that the sound of tightening sphincters?
EDF customers heading for surprise winter bills after smart meters failed to send data for four months
EDF customers to be made to pay for smart meters found to be not so smart
Outages even at the biggest vendors can happen, as we saw when much of AWS went down last month. So how should you prepare for these eventualities?
Hackers find 85 vulnerabilities in WD My Cloud range
Blue Yonder touts power of cloud-based data for improved decision-making
IBM Q rolls out from today as IBM looks to take early lead in quantum computing
The great Blue Yonder is more than just a metaphor for the future
Google's owner Alphabet claims boss of Uber acquisition Otto downloaded 9.7 gigabytes of IP
Microsoft asked to explain how private data from Windows 10 users is processed
Design flaw identified in Intel Haswell CPUs last year might be more widespread than first thought
Government demands becoming too intrusive even for Microsoft
Smart health is about much more than your Apple Watch
Intel admits further delay in shift to 10nm process manufacturing
City of Munich plans to shift back 100 per cent to "industry standard" Microsoft software
There's more to smart health than what's on your arm
Beige boxes are 'out'; PCs and devices that look like Macs are 'in'
Don't try this at home - unless you have a lot of money
Adobe gives another masterclass in how not to do security
Edge gets polished up, but bugs still remain
Windows 10 Build 15002 adds incremental changes to Edge and a number of other small enhancements
Arbitrary command injection flaw makes it easy for attackers to open up ports
Malicious weblink can allow hackers onto the network