Australia doubts ICANN is ready to run the internet
Australia's communications minister Malcolm Turnbull has endorsed USA's decision to hand over core internet supervisory chores to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).
Cisco pursuing bribery investigation in FSU countries
Cisco is investigating the probity of unnamed resellers in Russia and other former Soviet Union countries, to determine whether or not it could be exposed to violations of US anti-bribery laws.
What could you do with 264 Sandy Bridge cores and 6TB of RAM?
What could you do with 264 Xeon E5-4610 cores running at 2,5GHz and 6TB of RAM?
ACCC to target price comparison websites
Consumer affairs regulator the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) says it's stepping up its consumer oversight in the telecommunications sector and on the Internet, while outlining its priorities for 2014.
iOS 7's weak random number generator stuns kernel security – claim
In an effort to improve iDevice security, Apple replaced its internal random number generator between iOS 6 and iOS 7 – but a security researcher believes Cupertino inadvertently downgraded security.