Beat Wall St estimates, share price falls 5%. Who else but... AMD?
AMD says it managed to boost revenues by 34 per cent as its Ryzen and Radeon chip lines rack up sales.
Red Hat tries CoreOS on for size – and buys
Enterprise Linux biz Red Hat on Tuesday said it has reached an agreement to acquire CoreOS, a maker of open source container software, for $250 million.
Suspicion of villainy leads Facebook to ban cryptocoin ads
Facebook has banned ads for cryptocurrencies from its platform, on suspicion that plenty of them will be placed by scammers.
Azure Event Grid goes live, gives world cloudy publish-subscribe model
Microsoft's Azure Event Grid, a service launched as preview last August, has attracted enough fans for Redmond to push it into general availability.
To hack Australia and learn its secrets, buy second-hand furniture
The Australian government has suffered what must be one of the most ridiculously embarrassing security breach in its history: Cabinet records from five successive governments were sent to a second-hand furniture store... in filing cabinets.
Pour yourself a tall one, Juniper investors. It's lost money again
Juniper Networks has announced a drop in revenue for Q4 2017 and predicted Q1 2018 will disappoint.
Cisco gives intent-based networking a third leg to stand on
Cisco’s delivered the missing piece of its intent-based networking (IBN) vision and is therefore ready to stand its ground as software-defined networking upstarts try to paint it as a dinosaur.
In America, tech support conmen get a mild slap. In Blighty, scammers get the book thrown at them
Two bogus technical support operations have been shut down over the past two days – but the punishment dished out highlights eyebrow-raising differences between the US and UK in how they deal with these scumbags.
On yer bike! Boffins teach AI drone to fly itself using cams on bicycles, self-driving car
VidResearchers have taught a drone to fly autonomously through the streets of Zürich, Switzerland, by using a simple neural network.
1,900 rotten apps bounced out of Google Play every day in 2017
Google has revealed that it booted “more than 700,000 apps” and 100,000 developers out of its Play digital tat bazaar during 2017.
Cisco throws everything it has at containers, hybrid cloud
Cisco has decided to throw everything it has at containers by releasing its very own “Container Platform”.
Been bugging the boss for a raise? Now's the time to go into infosec
Cybersecurity specialists will enjoy the highest salary increases among IT professionals with rises of 7 per cent – compared to 2 per cent for devs and 3 per cent for infrastructure experts – according to a survey by recruitment consultancy Robert Walters.
Tensorflow Lite: Neat, but an ordeal to get running on your mobe
Late last year, Google announced a new mobile library for Tensorflow on mobile devices: Lite.
Should ISPs pay to block pirate websites? Supreme Court to decide
BT and EE have appealed to the Supreme Court of the UK against an earlier ruling that made ISPs liable for the costs of blocking copyright infringement websites.
Forget cyber crims, it's time to start worrying about GPS jammers – UK.gov report
The UK must reduce the dependency of its critical infrastructure and emergency services on GPS technology to mitigate against the potentially disastrous impact of signal jamming, a government report has warned.
Just can't catch a break, can ya, Capita? Shares tumble 40% amid yet another profit warning
Capita's stock plunged more than 40 per cent today after the firm issued another profit warning, suspended dividends and issued £700m in new shares.
Oracle point-of-sale system vulnerabilities get Big Red cross
A vulnerability has been unearthed in Oracle MICROS point-of-sale (POS) terminals that allowed hackers to read sensitive data from devices.
Are you taking the peacock? United Airlines deny flight to 'emotional support' bird
An artist was left spitting feathers after United Airlines told her she couldn't board a plane with her "emotional support" peacock.
Govt 'comprehensively ignored' advice over NHS data-sharing deal
NHS Digital must put an immediate stop to patient data-sharing deal with the UK Home Office for immigration enforcement, MPs have said.
Bring the people 'beautiful' electric car charging points, calls former transport minister
AEV BillBritain's new network of charging points for battery operated cars should be "iconic and beautiful" just like the telephone box, according the ex-minister in charge of working out their place in the Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill.
Crowdfunding small print binned as Retro Computers Ltd loses court refund action
A crowdfunding backer of Retro Computers Ltd has won his court claim for a refund against the Brit company for failing to deliver its promised product.
DRAM, Samsung, these profits are on fire, NAND ain't that the truth
Korean tech titan Samsung has posted bumper annual results on the back of high memory chip demand, with yearly operating profit up 83 per cent to 53.7 trillion won (£35.4bn).
Heart Internet outage... three days and counting
A number of Heart Internet customers remain unable to get online for three days thanks to a hosting failure.
Johnny Hacker hauls out NSA-crafted Server Message Block exploits, revamps 'em
Hackers* have improved the reliability and potency of Server Message Block (SMB) exploits used to carry out the hard-hitting NotPetya ransomware attack last year.
Terror law expert to UK.gov: Why backdoors when there's so much other data to slurp?
Secure end-to-end encrypted comms is a desirable technology that governments should stop trying to break, especially as there's other information to slurp up on crims, UK politicians were told this week.
New click-to-hack tool: One script to exploit them all and in the darkness TCP bind them
Python code has emerged that automatically searches for vulnerable devices online using Shodan.io – and then uses Metasploit's database of exploits to potentially hijack the computers and gadgets.
FBI slams secret Nunes memo alleging Feds spied on Team Trump for political reasons
AnalysisThe FBI has slammed a still-secret memo that claims the bureau was politically motivated when it requested a wiretap on a key advisor of Donald Trump during his presidential campaign.
Windows Defender will strap pushy scareware to its ass-kicker machine
Microsoft will tighten the screws on scummy developers who use scare tactics to frighten people – particularly non-tech savvy folks – into paying for unnecessary software.