One for QWERTY keyboard fans, given the sub-par specs for the price
Offenders began by participating in gaming cheats and 'modding' forums before progressing to hacking
More than £90m will be spent on robotics and AI as part of a £1bn investment in 'cutting-edge' tech
Unofficial Windows 10 updates policy made official
Is there nothing Musk can't turn his mind to?
AWS distinguished engineer James Hamilton shoots down Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd's cloud investment argument
Qualcomm lets slip that the Windows 10-powered ARM PCs will arrive in the fourth quarter
'One day we'd like to be able to build new products with just recycled materials, including your old products'. One day.
Hunt is on for the new Edward Snowden, believed to be a former contractor at the CIA
Companies are going to consultants instead of government resources to help them with security
Might require a lot of self-discipline...
Regulator wants BT's rivals to be able to lay their networks over Openreach's infrastructure
InterContinental Hotels warns that February credit-card stealing hack was worse than it had admitted
Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza and customers of other hotel brands owned by IHG all potentially affected
And Sky and EE aren't much better, either
Smart Githubber issues patch to help Windows users escape 'WIntel' armlock
HMRC: Revealing cost of Accenture's and Capgemini's Aspire contract extensions 'would prejudice HMRC's commercial interests'
HMRC refuses to respond to V3 Freedom of Information requests
The NES Classic is dead. Long live the SNES Mini!
Mark Zuckerberg announces augmented reality developer plan at the company's F8 conference
Passwords? Where we're going, we don't need... passwords.
Got Oracle? Get patching: Forty patched vulnerabilities rated as 'critical'
Promise of 11 per cent battery boost - but some applications may have to be re-written or be borked
Oracle promises to continue offering free, open-source 'community edition' of Wercker
Taxi! Five senior Uber staff have now left this year
Intelligence services can't get enough private data held in the cloud, suggest Microsoft figures