DavidGilbert99 writes: HTC is on it's last legs. It's stock price is the lowest it's been in a decade. It's not longer among the world's top 10 smartphone vendors and it has slashed sales for the current quarter by almost 50%. The writing is on the wall for this once great smartphone brand.
DavidGilbert99 writes: A "lawful intercept tool" called E-Detective from a Taiwanese based company Decision Group has a major security hole which could allow a hacker to remotely execute code and read all the data captured by the software. Considering over 100 law enforcement agencies and governments around the world use E-Detective, this could be a big problem
DavidGilbert99 writes: A court in Madrid has decided that a Spanish woman has the right to sue eBay after it shut down her page which was selling plots of land on the Sun for just over $1 per square metre. This all comes after the woman claimed ownership of the Sun in 2010
DavidGilbert99 writes: iPhone users are complaining that having received a text message, their Messages app continually crashes and their phones reboot. The iOS bug means anyone with an iPhone can send this text string to another iPhone and crash their phone
DavidGilbert99 writes: President Barack Obama couldn't wait for the Apple Watch so bought himself a Fitibit. But after Senator Chuck Schumer's vocal criticism of the fitness tracker just last August, is Obama putting national security at risk by sharing personal information like location, sleep patterns and even his heart rate?
DavidGilbert99 writes: Rather than damaging its attempts to recruit more cyber security experts, the huge trove os leaks by Edward Snowden has meant GCHQ has never been more appealing says one 25-year veteran of the UK's spying agency
DavidGilbert99 writes: The FBI and Anonymous don't have what you would describe as a close relationship (not in a good way at least) but it seems the agency is actively using information obtained by one member of the hacktivist group to try and track down the hackers behind the attack on Centcom's Twitter and YouTube accounts.
DavidGilbert99 writes: A month after it blocked Google's Gmail, the Chinese government now stands accused of hacking Microsoft's Outlook email service, carrying out man-in-the-middle attack to snoop on private conversations
DavidGilbert99 writes: Nine years after launch Nasa's New Horizons mission to Pluto has been woken up as it approaches the distant planet and it has all been made possible by the same MIPS R3000 micro-processing chip that was the CPU of choice for Sony's original PlayStation — launched in 1994.
DavidGilbert99 writes: John McAfee claims that he has been in touch with the hacking group behind the devastating attack on Sony Pictures last month and while he refused to name them, he says it is categorically not North Korea
DavidGilbert99 writes: Like clockwork, the cyber criminals have begun to take advantage of the latest global news story with one group using the JeSuisCharlie hashtag which went viral following the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris last week to spread the DarkComet RAT
DavidGilbert99 writes: A gun that lets novices make mile-long shots likes experts and which allows the owner to stream live video to show what the gun is aiming at to anyone, anywhere around the world. What could go wrong.....