We bring you a selection of random but interesting stories from around the world…
Amazon.com Inc. faces the biggest ever European Union privacy fine after its lead privacy watchdog hit it with a 746 million-euro ($888 million) penalty for violating the bloc’s tough data protection rules.
Some older Kindle e-readers will soon no longer be able to connect to the internet to download new books, Amazon has said.
The No More Ransom project celebrates its fifth anniversary after helping over six million ransomware victims recover their files and saving them almost €1 billion in ransomware payments.
A study by consumer watchdog Which? has found that branded printer ink remains ‘staggeringly’ more expensive than third-party alternatives.
The $27.7 billion acquisition has closed.
Do you answer emails outside work hours? Do you send them? New research shows how dangerous this can be
The creep of digital communications into our entire lives is not as harmless as we think.
Microsoft has announced a new “cloud PC” product where users can stream a Windows device from anywhere. It is being sold to businesses to begin with, as many firms move to a mix of office and remote working.
A new colour e-paper display could bring LCD-style quality but without the need for a power-hungry backlight.
Please excuse the geekiness of this one, but the page the link takes you to is actually running on a Casio fx-9750GII calculator.
Donald Trump Jr. mocked for trying to crowdfund legal fees for his dad to sue Facebook, Twitter, and Google
Donald Trump Jr. was mocked after he asked followers to donate money to support his father’s class-action lawsuits against Facebook, Twitter, and Google.
When a ransomware victim hands over a largely anonymous, mostly untraceable quantity of Bitcoin, for example, to pay off a multi-million dollar blackmail demand in the hope of recovering their unusable files… what happens to that money?
According to US court documents, the star was snapped queuing at an airport in February 2019 and later shared the shot with her fans ‘without permission or authorisation’.
Microsoft’s new OS on Microsoft’s old phones.
Former US president Donald Trump has announced plans to sue tech giants Google, Twitter and Facebook, claiming that he is the victim of censorship.
A second massive LinkedIn breach reportedly exposes the data of 700M users, which is more than 92% of the total 756M users. The database is for sale on the dark web, with records including phone numbers, physical addresses, geolocation data, and inferred salaries.
Binance, the world’s biggest crypto-currency exchange, has been banned by the UK’s financial regulator.
Android apps will run natively on Windows 11 and will be downloadable from Amazon’s Appstore, via the new Windows store that’s included in the operating system.
Bitcoin has fallen below $30,000 for the first time in more than five months, hit by China’s crackdown on the world’s most popular cryptocurrency.
A town council has held a meeting in a car park after legislation which allowed it to meet virtually expired.
Cardboard boxes being stored in people’s garages is continuing to cause shortages of the material, the boss of a major packaging company has said.
The capital of Turkmenistan in Central Asia has been named as the world’s most expensive city for foreign workers.
Research shows that five work hours a day can improve productivity and bolster wellbeing. There’s only one thing holding companies back
A French court has ordered Ikea to pay a fine of €1m (£860,000; $1.2m) after the Swedish furniture chain was found guilty of spying on staff in France.
Half of accounts compromised in phishing attacks are manually accessed within 12 hours of the username and password being leaked, as cyber criminals look to exploit stolen credentials as quickly as possible.
Donald Trump has called for the United States government and other administrative bodies to go back to using paper records in an effort to stop the growing cybersecurity attacks.
AI is just software and data, and like other software and data, it can be attacked for profit and malice. As the importance of AI to an organization goes up, so do the stakes for security problems.
El Salvador may soon become the first sovereign nation in the world to adopt bitcoin as a legal tender, Salvadorian President Nayib Bukele announced Saturday.
I assumed there was very little I couldn’t do with my Apple Watch given it has its own well-stocked app store, but Nick Bild has shown me the error of my ways with this delightful Commodore 64-themed C64 Watch that not only has a retro-inspired watch face but a built-in BASIC interpreter too for coding on the go.
The changes to the operating system that powers millions of iPhones around the world include new notification settings, improvements to Messages, changes to Photos, and more. Here are the biggest changes coming to your iPhone with iOS 15.
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