And woe betide if you're called Mohammed too
Says deal 'raises significant regulatory and national security risks'
Move will also ban foreigners and children from buying Bitcoin
But you probably won't be able to afford it
Squash one bug and another pops up in its place, or so it would seem
Lack of proper comms gets a frosty reception from Project Zero's Travis Ormandy
Wine 3.0 brings support for Windows apps to Google's mobe OS
Siri-powered speaker will start shipping on 9 February
Staffers are at risk of falling victim to spear phishing attacks
Ciaran Martin says it's a matter of 'when, not if' Britain will be hit by a C1 attack
But it's for video editors and producers, not physics nerds
New ISOCELL sensor will allow for super-slow-mo, faster autofocus
Gotta go fast to fix the flaws
Kuo claims move will make room for firm's three-tier 2018 iPhone line-up
Crapsicab firm says bug 'isn't particularly severe'
4.15 follows shortly
Lithium-metal batteries are lighter and hold more juice
- Galaxy S9 release date, price and specs: Samsung spills S9's camera specs on own website
- Linus Torvalds slams Intel's Spectre and Meltdown fixes as 'garbage'
- Sony's Xperia XZ Pro will ditch headphone jack, probably
- iPhone X price, deals and news: Apple to discontinue first-gen iPhone X later this year
- Nvidia wants retailers to flog its graphics cards to gamers, not crypto miners
- Google's Sundar Pichai reckons AI is 'more profound' than electricity or fire
- Uber shrugs off flaw that lets hackers bypass two-factor authentication
- Meltdown and Spectre fallout leads to first RC9 of a Linux Kernel since 2011
- Boffins claim battery breakthrough using, er, crumpled graphene balls
- Want Windows apps on your Android phone? Wine is the answer
Google's Sundar Pichai reckons AI is 'more profound' than electricity or fire
Linus Torvalds slams Intel's Spectre and Meltdown fixes as 'garbage'
Galaxy S9 release date, price and specs: Samsung spills S9's camera specs on own website
Microsoft's Windows 10 Timeline is real and it's rolling out to Insiders
Nvidia wants retailers to flog its graphics cards to gamers, not crypto miners
A rundown of the weird but gloriously fantastic gadgets on display in Las Vegas