Stewart Mitchell

Samsung moves closer to commercial graphene

Samsung moves closer to commercial graphene

Breakthrough manufacturing process creates single-atom graphene sheets
By Stewart Mitchell Apr 7 2014, 9:52AM
Yahoo to beef up privacy in wake of NSA snooping

Yahoo to beef up privacy in wake of NSA snooping

Service provider unveils half-term report as it bids to improve security
By Stewart Mitchell Apr 4 2014, 9:19AM
The Holy Grail of USB cables

The Holy Grail of USB cables

Images of Type-C USB cable show reversible connector, bringing an end to cable fumbling
By Stewart Mitchell Apr 4 2014, 9:19AM
Windows Phone 8.1 takes on Siri with Cortana

Windows Phone 8.1 takes on Siri with Cortana

Microsoft touts enterprise features for Windows handsets, along with better Skype intergraton
By Stewart Mitchell Apr 4 2014, 9:19AM
24 million vulnerable home routers primed to launch DDoS attacks

24 million vulnerable home routers primed to launch DDoS attacks

DNS trickery generates 240TB of waste data every day
By Stewart Mitchell Apr 3 2014, 9:46AM
Dumb hackers leave encryption keys on victims' PCs

Dumb hackers leave encryption keys on victims' PCs

Scammers' botched encryption leaves victims with key to escape.
By Stewart Mitchell Apr 2 2014, 8:01AM
Microsoft weighs in for cloud price war

Microsoft weighs in for cloud price war

Software giant cuts Azure prices in bid to match cloud rivals
By Stewart Mitchell Apr 2 2014, 8:01AM
HTC One M8 hoodwinks benchmarks

HTC One M8 hoodwinks benchmarks

HTC One M8's benchmark results do not reflect normal usage, but can be a "feature".
By Stewart Mitchell Apr 1 2014, 7:54AM
Board members leave Mozilla in wake of CEO appointment

Board members leave Mozilla in wake of CEO appointment

Brendan Eich weathering turbulent start to reign as CEO.
By Stewart Mitchell Apr 1 2014, 7:54AM
Twitter sparks privacy fears with photo-tagging

Twitter sparks privacy fears with photo-tagging

Twitter introduces photo-tagging, which is switched on by default.
By Stewart Mitchell Mar 28 2014, 10:25AM
Microsoft drops the "Windows" from Azure

Microsoft drops the "Windows" from Azure

New name changes everything?
By Stewart Mitchell Mar 27 2014, 7:51AM
Google Now hits Windows and Mac

Google Now hits Windows and Mac

Digital assistant arriving on Windows and Macs in coming weeks.
By Stewart Mitchell Mar 26 2014, 2:06PM
Outlook email flaw opens your computer to hackers

Outlook email flaw opens your computer to hackers

Microsoft warns of Outlook email preview attack that allows hackers to execute code remotely
By Stewart Mitchell Mar 26 2014, 11:37AM
Criminals rob Windows XP ATMs via SMS

Criminals rob Windows XP ATMs via SMS

Banks warned that Windows XP leaves cash machines open to SMS heist.
By Stewart Mitchell Mar 26 2014, 8:16AM
China demands answers on NSA Huawei spy allegations

China demands answers on NSA Huawei spy allegations

US looked for back doors in networking equipment from Chinese manufacturer, report claims
By Stewart Mitchell Mar 25 2014, 7:47AM
Dell under fire over Chinese factory conditions

Dell under fire over Chinese factory conditions

Shamed in report for long hours, low pay and poor conditions in four factories.
By Stewart Mitchell Nov 8 2013, 11:26AM
Microsoft merges Windows Phone and Windows app developer accounts

Microsoft merges Windows Phone and Windows app developer accounts

Windows app developers will be able to submit to the Windows Phone store for free
By Stewart Mitchell Nov 8 2013, 10:55AM
Tim Berners-Lee slams spies over encryption

Tim Berners-Lee slams spies over encryption

Web pioneer Sir Tim Berners-Lee has hit out at internet surveillance run by national spy agencies, claiming their actions undermine online security.
By Stewart Mitchell Nov 8 2013, 7:49AM
Hard work starts after IPO for Twitter

Hard work starts after IPO for Twitter

Social media stock prices fly or fall on the basis of cash not hype, say experts
By Stewart Mitchell Nov 8 2013, 7:49AM
Apple reveals Australian government data requests

Apple reveals Australian government data requests

The US is in a league of its own for data access requests, but Australia is alarmingly high n the list too.
By David Hollingworth , Stewart Mitchell Nov 7 2013, 8:01AM