Premium-Inhalt. If you're reading this, there's a good chance that you have at least some familiarity with video game (which are legal), and (which are not quite legal). They've been around for years. But much like Columbus discovering America despite a presence of natives, Nintendo can now take credit for something that others had been doing for long time.
Premium-Inhalt. Facebook began notifying some of its members Friday night that it is reopening the comment period for changes in its Statement of Rights and Responsibilities (SRR).
Premium-Inhalt. Kaspersky and Symantec both reported of Macs infected with the Flashback malware this past week. However, Dr. Web--the source that discovered the threat in the first place--claims the number of compromised systems is , and may even be growing.
Premium-Inhalt. Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom may not be going to trial after all on charges of copyright infringement.
Premium-Inhalt. The cost-saving culture of 'bring your own device' smartphones is tempting enterprises into taking risks they would not contemplate for conventional computing devices, a survey by Goode Intelligence has suggested.
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Premium-Inhalt. Mathematical papers written by WWII code breaker and pioneer computer scientist Alan Turing have been released by government intelligence agency GCHQ after being kept secret 70 years.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple's senior vice-president Phil Schiller has revealed that he ditched Instagram when it went to Android on 3 April, one week before Instagram was bought by Facebook for $1bn.
Premium-Inhalt. The reason Apple makes its iPad in China is not just because of cheap labour, but also because rare earth elements used in the tablet can only be found there, according to reports.
Premium-Inhalt. Enterprise IT departments are struggling to take advantage of the benefits big data can bring due to a lack of skills in the marketplace, according to IDC research VP Susan Feldman.
Premium-Inhalt. The Cabinet Office has revealed a list of suppliers that have been selected to provide document management services to the public sector as part of a £200 million framework.