The eight-year battle between Google and Oracle over Java API intellectual property is heading to the US Supreme Court after a federal appeals court refused to re-run the case. The US Federal Circuit...
Forget Asimov's 'Three Laws of Robotics', robots will almost certainly go off the rails at some point in the future - but they still won't be as bad as human beings
Biostar 2 database, used for access control by police, defence contractors and banks, found online unprotected and unencrypted
Valve updates Steam over escalation of privilege security flaw - but accused of ignoring other vulnerabilities
Gaping holes still exist in popular Steam app used by more than 90 million PC users every day, warn security researchers
Five hundred NatWest customers will be able to use voice recognition combined with PIN to confirm their identity
Facial recognition begins creeping roll-out across London with installation on Kings Cross estate and Canary Wharf set to follow
Question marks over GDPR opt-outs for facial recognition surveillance systems springing up across London