Hewlett-Packard, the American computer group embroiled in a legal bust-up over its ill-fated $11 billion purchase of Autonomy, the British software developer, is planning to break itself into two.
Author: Curtis Lane
The world’s biggest personal computer manufacturer installed virus-like software on its laptops that was able to intercept personal information, it was claimed yesterday.
The world’s biggest manufacturer of personal computers failed to do proper checks before installing malware-like software on its laptops.
Lenovo has stolen the crown of world’s biggest personal computer maker from Hewlett-Packard.
Electronic devices that connect to wi-fi — including toys, kettles and fridges — should be tested to see if they withstand hacking attempts or else be banned from sale, a Scottish academic says.
Put the clocks forward Android Wear 2.0
The ban on carrying laptops, tablets and other bulky electronic devices in hand luggage may be extended to cover all flights into Britain, the home secretary has hinted.
Three security officials have been arrested over allegations that they were paid by convicted criminals to fit electronic tags loose enough to be removed.
Food blogs make celebrity chefs of kitchen geeks and sound the death bell for cookbooks and travel guides