Firm admits hackers stole unsecured data from the code-sharing site
Data leak would make the Ashley Madison hack look flaccid by comparison
New architecture will be deployed in next-generation of Intel CPUs
Shipping firm operated for 10 days with no IT
Jim Killock says it could open up patient data for 'surveillance purposes'
Espionage campaign 'turns Android phones into spying machines'
And up to 25 per cent may never be patched, Bridgeway warns
But Brexit could mean that the UK misses out
Lawmakers want a 'thorough investigation' to determine the possibility of insider trading
But it remains committed to its plan ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Turns out that it...um...is doing
Geekbench scores fall dramatically on older batteries and iOS versions
Ethical hackers will probe the organisation's own defences
Big G is watching you
Bitcoin fell 5.4 per cent after the hack
Firm knew about issue in August but it still hasn't got a fix
Not so smart, after all
Hard fork could be required to un-freeze Parity wallet funds
Firm will deactivate hubs through a software 'update' in March
Targeted attack uses similar methods to NotPetya
But don't expect laptop prices
A breakaway from Samsung could be in the works
Test chip starts shipping to Dutch researchers
Doug Merritt says there is 'no such thing as a wall-to-wall Oracle customer'
Microsoft will replace the product 'over time'
A fast, gorgeous but expensive display
Fitbit One and Flex bands vulnerable to data theft
Will enable mass production of quantum computing at a lower cost
And we got a hint about new Alienware audio, too
Which one will you be wearing at Christmas?
Dual-core is dead
It's all eighth-gen as Acer goes for gaming greatness
But IFA is all about mobility
"Shut up and take my data!"
But breached contractor says its database it not as big as claimed
UK spies allowed Hutchins to fly 'to avoid extradition battle'
One in 10 have 'no plans in place' to deal with an attack
Apple will donate $2m to charities
Ballangen will host Kolos' record-breaking site
Move comes in wake of escalating tensions between the USA and North Korea
Project doesn't require physical access to a PC
Ebury malware targets Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris systems
But it admits number of attacks 'may be higher' than it record
No hacker required
More moolah mandatory
An impressive ultra-wide monitor at a competitive price point
On average, companies have stories around £46,000 in virtual currencies
Trusts have purchased almost 385,000 new PCs since 2013, FoI reveals