Dropbox has announced that it will use AWS to host customer data in Germany as part of ongoing efforts to entice new business users. The firm also poached key sales staff from Google and SAP to head up new European offices.
The end is in sight for Flash on the web after Google announced that it will stop accepting new Flash advertising from the summer for banner ads, and that all Flash ads will stop being displayed by next year.
Microsoft issues 13 fixes in Patch Tuesday release covering Windows, Edge and IE
Users of Windows Vista through to Windows 10 advised to patch immediately with latest release of security fixes from Microsoft.
The Draft Investigatory Powers Bill is riddled with problems and fails to clarify key issues, according to the Intelligence and Security Committee, the latest body to find fault with the controversial bill.
Palo Alto Networks uncovered a new threat to the chat service that can monitor messages.
Existing installations are not at risk but those downloading the software are advised to use only trusted download sites.
Microsoft receives a 30 per cent cut of all purchases on the Xbox digital store
Credit card thieves used Apple ID accounts to buy and sell virtual currency for Clash of Clans and Clash Royale and Marvel Contest of Champions
$5.1bn fine further evidence that the EU is anti-US, claims Trump
New cable will connect Virginia to France