The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) will next week discuss changes to satellite constellation regulation and fees, an effort needed to keep space useful for communications
Oracle still has nothing to say about whether the Meltdown or Spectre vulnerabilities are a problem for its hardware.
Wi-Fi router vendors have started issuing patches to defend their products against Google Chromecast devices.
Bad user interface design has been blamed for Hawaii experiencing a brief spate of nuclear panic over the weekend.
The black hole at the centre of galaxy SDSS J1354+1327 sucked in gases, “burped” – and then repeated the display.
France is considering regulating foreign takeovers of businesses in the data protection and artificial intelligence sectors, minister for the economy Bruno Le Maire said on Friday.
KFC’s Canadian wing has started selling chicken for Bitcoin.
Mozilla’s announced it will add a “policy engine” to the next extended support (ESR) release of its Firefox browser.
The effort to create a single patent court system for Europe has been given a boost with a response from the German Bar Association arguing that a complaint against the Unitary Patent Court (UPC) should be thrown out.
Log-sniffing vendor SolarWinds has used its own wares to chronicle the application of Meltdown and Spectre patches on its own Amazon Web Services infrastructure, and the results make for ugly viewing.
CommentQuestions have been raised over the UK Home Office's most senior civil servant's involvement in the banning of GSM gateways – following botched redactions to freedom-of-information responses by Ofcom.
AnalysisError-checking code use is so much easier with 3D NAND than previous planar NAND that capacity-lifting quad-level cell technology becomes more feasible.
The government has moved to allay fears over amendments to the Data Protection Bill that critics say could undermine both the law and the powers of the UK’s privacy watchdog.
The Walt Disney Company's increasing interest in moving its shows online has forced two Silicon Valley supremos to leave the board.
More than 6,000 parents looking to access financial help with childcare have had difficulties with using HM Revenue and Customs' frequently broken Childcare Choices website.
Business user file sync and sharer Box "sank" for some users late last week, who took to forums and social media complaining they could not see any of their files.
A large number of OnePlus customers claim to have been hit by fraudulent credit card transactions after making purchases on the phone company's site. And they're unhappy that the company has been slow to address the issue.
Facebook has settled a case with a 14-year-old girl after the social network hosted revealing pictures of her on a Facebook "shame" page.
French outsourcer Sopra Steria plans to make 220 folk redundant from its UK government business as part of a major upheaval of its public sector operation.
SponsoredServers are always on, except that one time when you need to do some crucial personal banking and you’re informed your bank’s servers are down for “scheduled maintenance.” While the days of scheduled maintenance are going away, they aren’t gone entirely – yet.
AnalysisSeveral SAN suppliers have said their systems don't need patching against the Spectre and Meltdown bugs. We asked Dell and Pure Storage about the impact of fixes and whether their SANs and Dell's hyperconverged (HCI) systems needed patching.
Microsoft has applied to patent a brain control interface, so you'll be able to "think" your way around a computer device, hands free.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has insisted on having a Panama company trading as the “Whois Foundation” formally stripped of a handful of dodgy web domains, even though the firm instantly offered to hand them over when challenged.
American auto enormity Ford will increase its investment in electric vehicles to $11bn (£7.97bn) in the next five years, it announced yesterday at the North American International Auto Show.
AnalysisSupermicro has a supernaturally dense thin server with up to half a petabyte of flash using unannounced Samsung SSDs.
Patches for the Meltdown vulnerability are causing stability issues in industrial control systems.
ExclusiveIBM has plans to help its ailing services business with a re-branding exercise that will see its Global Technology Services (GTS) and Global Business Services (GBS) operations emerge as a single entity named “IBM Services.”
Lenovo has patched an ancient vulnerability in switches that it acquired along with IBM's hardware businesses and which Big Blue itself acquired when it slurped parts of Nortel.
Microsoft’s extended its “Azure IP Advantage” litigation protection shield to on-premises technology, by applying it to the Azure Stack hybrid-cloud-in-a-box systems.