Vote follows claims of Russian interference, even though Clinton out-spent Trump 2-to-1
Mozilla says it's doing 'what's best for the brand'
Firms aim to find ways that blockchain can be used in a range of industries
Firm plays down EngineerMode APK it left installed on smartphones
It's not just Russia - they're all at it, warns Freedom House
George Orwell clearly lacked imagination...
After analytics-slurping scandal, OnePlus is now accused of leaving a gaping backdoor open on its smartphones
Security? OnePlus has heard of it...
Procurement is transforming by adopting big data, says CBI
Kaspersky, Malwarebytes, Trend Micro, and Check Point's ZoneAlarm all patched accordingly - but many still aren't
Royal Society warns that pupils are being deprived of opportunity to learn computer science
Uber vows to fight on (and on, and on)
Engineers accidentally wiped code managing aircraft's engines while installing new software
Krzanich takes more relaxed approach to the 'threat' of AI compared to Musk, Hawking and others
Who needs a census when the government has access to so much data?
New 'integrations' will connect Salesforce with Google's G Suite team collaboration services
Allows businesses to 'easily create customised, branded apps and experiences at scale', claims Salesforce
Prediction Builder and Einstein Bots enables admins and developers to build custom AI models 'with clicks, not code'
Finger pointed, once again, at Russia
FBI complains that encryption is too good as it reveals it has failed to crack the smartphone security of almost 7,000 miscreants
FBI complains that snooping on people has become too hard
Facebook and CVs. What could possibly go wrong?
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang: Humanity will use AI positively if access to artificial intelligence is 'democratised'
Jensen Huang, like Jack Ma, takes a positive view of artificial intelligence
New trademark application teases prospect of retro gaming on the move
People should have more confidence in their innate 'wisdom', says Ma, at Alibaba cloud computing event