Design of hyrdogel battery pack based on biology of electric eels
Intel didn't bother telling US-CERT about the vulnerabilities until information about them was leaked in January
Ubachs has had CIO roles at Staples, Procter & Gamble and Ipsos
"Most people use the internet to broaden their media horizons," claims Dr Grant Blank - not lock themselves up in 'echo chambers'
Aecom IBM outsourcing deal: CIO Tom Peck didn't want it, it goes much higher than him, claim new sources
New inside sources have contacted Computing, claiming that the deal to outsource the entire IT department to IBM was not Peck's idea, and that IBM "will be out within a few years"
John Lewis and Currys PC World to sell ARM-based Windows 10 PCs
Lloyds Bank to spend £3 billion on digital transformation just weeks after admitting IT department staff cuts
Lloyds claims it will become a 'more digitised' banking provider, despite cutting IT staff
AMD enters 'new age for high-performance embedded processors' with Zen-based embedded CPUs
Eerke Boiten, Professor of Cyber Security at De Montfort University, argues that extortion via GDPR fines is not a realistic addition to the criminal repetoire
Skylake, Kaby Lake and Coffee Lake microprocessors all covered by new Intel Spectre patch - Broadwell, Haswell, Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge will have to wait
Coldroot Trojan has been in circulation for at least a year - possibly longer
US university scientists unveil 'robo picker' three months after Ocado
Identity theft victims left with large tax bills for e-books they never sold
Venezuelan cryptocurrency "can take on superman", claims President Maduro
Off-loading low-level tasks means more time for trained staff to focus on growth
Aecom's 'environment is too unique and difficult for cheap labour', insider warns as engineering giant's IT outsourcing mega-deal turns sour
AI can handle massive data sets with ease, but how do you know what decisions to offload to an automated process?
Vodafone to trial world's first drone safety system, but will it really take off?
Maplin rescue will involve shift into 'smart home' installations
Qualcomm acquisition of NXP could make the company too big a buy for Broadcom
Charity fundraiser, supported by Incisive Media and Investec Asset Management, beats world record for crossing the Atlantic - in a pedalo
Gartner says 25 per cent of customer service and support operations will integrate virtual customer assistant or chatbot technology across engagement channels by 2020
Researchers claim battery charging breakthrough tech that can charge lithium batteries five times faster
University of Warwick researchers develop new technology that can radically speed-up battery charging
Avecto claims that almost half of the vulnerabilities fixed by Microsoft enable remote code execution