Rolls-Royce chief digital officer Neil Crockett plans to use big data for efficiency and profit
21.1 billion transistors should deliver 110 teraflops of GPU compute horsepower
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A leaked US government memo suggest that China is using DJI drones to spy on America
Enigma Pattern spun up 2,000 virtual machines to decrypt messages
The effectiveness of phishing attacks has been falling for a number of years
McAfee has acquired cloud security start-up Skyhigh Networks
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Facebook and Twitter appeal to shallow virtue signallers and show-offs
Vote follows claims of Russian interference, even though Clinton out-spent Trump 2-to-1
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Amex to offer customers access to a niche blockchain-based payments service
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Uber vows to fight on (and on, and on)
Malwarebytes wins case against software vendor miffed at seeing its software categorised as 'potentially unwanted programs'
US court rules in Malwarebytes' favour over software categorised as 'potentially unwanted' during anti-malware scans
Queen, Alisher Usmanov, Lord Ashcroft and others caught up in law firm data breach from last year
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