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Google security veteran warns AI cyber-defences won't help

Google security veteran warns AI cyber-defences won't help

More talent, less technology is the best strategy for keeping networks safe. Rather than use AI, companies are better off paying a bunch of junior engineers to patch vulnerabilities all day says Heather Adkins.
By Sep 20 2017, 12:02PM
Google's Chrome browser will start labelling insecure FTP sites

Google's Chrome browser will start labelling insecure FTP sites

Ongoing effort to secure all web traffic by Google.
By Staff Writer Sep 18 2017, 10:22AM
Google is being sued for paying female employees less than their male counterparts

Google is being sued for paying female employees less than their male counterparts

Former female Googlers have filed a lawsuit against the search giant.
By Staff Writer Sep 18 2017, 10:22AM
Explainer: What is DuckDuckGo?

Explainer: What is DuckDuckGo?

DuckDuckGo has almost doubled its popularity in the past year, giving it the title of 400th most popular website worldwide...
By Abigail Beall Sep 14 2017, 12:55PM
BlueBorne is an airborne computer virus that could blow your connected devices wide open

BlueBorne is an airborne computer virus that could blow your connected devices wide open

Is BlueBorne the most dangerous computer virus yet?
By Staff Writer Sep 14 2017, 8:53AM
All pre-8.0 Androids vulnerable to overlay attack; mitigations toasted

All pre-8.0 Androids vulnerable to overlay attack; mitigations toasted

A new vulnerability has been discovered affecting older versions of the Google's Android OS.
By SC Staff Sep 11 2017, 10:40AM
Google could be about to buy HTC's smartphone business

Google could be about to buy HTC's smartphone business

Google may be re-entering the smartphone business with an acquisition of HTC
By Staff Writer Sep 11 2017, 9:51AM
Google launches Drive File Stream to replace Google Drive on desktop

Google launches Drive File Stream to replace Google Drive on desktop

Google Drive for Mac and PC is being deprecated and will shut down next year
By Staff Writer Sep 11 2017, 9:25AM
Developers Googling it when advice needed

Developers Googling it when advice needed

YouTube is the first go-to place for developers to learn new programming tricks.
By SC Staff Sep 7 2017, 11:48AM
Google tries to make TV techies less white and nerdy

Google tries to make TV techies less white and nerdy

Tech giant's media team tackles TV's cliched portraits of IT workers.
By Staff Writer Sep 5 2017, 8:41AM
Google Maps will now help you find a parking space

Google Maps will now help you find a parking space

"Everyone remember where we parked."
By Chris Wiles Aug 30 2017, 1:03PM
Google takes on Apple’s ARKit with the launch of its ARCore augmented reality software

Google takes on Apple’s ARKit with the launch of its ARCore augmented reality software

Google's ARCore is a software development kit that it hopes will lead to the 'mainstream adoption' of augmented reality.
By Emma Sims Aug 30 2017, 12:58PM
HTC may be looking into selling its Vive business

HTC may be looking into selling its Vive business

It may even sanction a sale of the whole company - report.
By Zach Marzouk Aug 28 2017, 12:26PM
New malware and adware spreading through Facebook Messenger

New malware and adware spreading through Facebook Messenger

Fake messages on Facebook Messenger found to harbour malware.
By Rene Millman Aug 28 2017, 10:51AM
Google aims to up cloud security game with Titan chip

Google aims to up cloud security game with Titan chip

Security chip details to be revealed today - report.
By Staff Writer Aug 25 2017, 9:05AM
Chrome Enterprise aims to make IT admins' lives easier

Chrome Enterprise aims to make IT admins' lives easier

Google releases management tool for Chromebook deployments.
By Staff Writer Aug 24 2017, 10:34AM
Everything you need to know: Google Android 8.0 Oreo

Everything you need to know: Google Android 8.0 Oreo

What the heck is it, what it does, and when you can get it for all your devices.
By Tom Morgan Aug 23 2017, 11:25AM
Smart headphones lead Google's new hardware charge

Smart headphones lead Google's new hardware charge

Reports indicate that Google is lining up three new products to emerge alongside new Pixel phones.
By Staff Writer Aug 23 2017, 10:17AM
8 new features Android Oreo will bring to your phone

8 new features Android Oreo will bring to your phone

Google's about to change the way your phone works again. Here's what to expect.
By Andrew Hayward Aug 22 2017, 11:22AM
How neural networks are transforming the world of translation

How neural networks are transforming the world of translation

Translation software has gone from a joke to a genuinely useful business tool, thanks to machine learning
By Staff Writer Aug 2 2017, 8:36AM