Tens of people inconvenienced
Patch Tuesday bundle also fixes three DHCP RCE vulns
Attacks combining zero-day with 'high severity' Chrome flaw spotted
Desktop, Android and Chrome OS users are urged to update asap
AMD and ARM architectures unaffected by vulnerability
'AI' label attracts between 15 and 50 per cent more funding, report reveals
Website reports itself to ICO after upgrade leads to data breach
Firm was slapped with $5.1bn worth of penalties in 2018
And it won't be fixed before first network roll-outs
Collaborative games can increase productivity by 20 per cent, study claims
French Finance Minister claims deal will be in place before the European elections
Country starts enforcing 20-year old law
And the 12 core Ryzen 7 3700X clocking at 5GHz sounds pretty tasty, too
Firm hopes results will 'lay rest the unwarranted accusations'
Committee clams firm failed to implement 'adequate security'
Fortnite-maker will give devs an 88 per cent revenue cut
But an outright ban is unlikely
Firm closes down hardware initiatives launched following Windows 8
Officials in Germany push for ban amid national security concerns
Despite another delay in the rollout of smut-verification system
Just days after CEO welcomed 'the outstanding team of employees'
DerpTrolling 'brains' Austin Thompson faces up to 10 years in prison
Sony reveals 20-game lineup ahead of console's 3 December release
Tax on all UK-derived revenues intended to raise £400m from 2020
Musk tweets his way back into trouble over the weekend
Red Hat governance, brands, HQ and facilities to be retained under IBM ownership
RISC OS 5 to form the basis of RISC OS Open
Company is liable for leak of payroll data, Court of Appeal rules
Firm blamed 24-hours of borkage on an 'unforeseen' issue
GPU pricing also returns (more or less) to normal
But privacy campaigners slam 'predictive prevention' system as 'creepy'
Everything musk go
PC maker warns drought won't improve until 2019 at the earliest
Open beta will bring cross-play across PC, Xbox, Switch, iOS and Android
But plans are reportedly being held up by political wrangling over funding
Security staffers didn't know how much data was stolen in 2017 breach
200GB data trove was uncovered by security researcher Bob Diachenki
Online Forums Bill criticised as 'ignorant and authoritarian'
Long-suffering TSB customers hit by 'intermittent' issues
G-Cloud framework deal the first part of Met Police's IT modernisation plan
State net neutrality rules will go further than ones President Obama passed in 2015
Company casually suggests Cardiff factory could be for the chop, too
Australia the global trend-setter for a change
Firm says orders have been 'great' since sanctions were lifted
China's state-controlled press warns that country will 'neet their nemesis'
But it's unlikely to outperform any of the top 10 most powerful supercomputers in 2021
Fitness trackers over-estimate the number of steps their users take
Vodafone blames damaged fibre cable for the information systems outage