But HPE claims she is 'full committed' to the company
Despite local protests
Remember crime does not pay people
Alexa, get my fat ass a Margherita
£20m programme aims to address anticipated skills gap
But firm still beat expectations with revenues of £19bn
Siri, can you call The Rock's agent?
The whole arrests and EU ruling happened to other people
So get up there before it becomes an alien service station
They see them rollin', they hatin'
Lil' John is probably hoping Bitcoin value rises above $500m
Probe will consider its economic, ethical and social implications
Claims it'll be too much of a faff
New attack pairs social engineering with a multi-stage Trojan downloader
The finger of blame has been pointed at Russia, unsurprisingly
Now everything can talk to everything else
Communication tool may end up being useful again at some point
Behold the breastfeeding lady, the zombie, and the exploding head
Firms need to consider potential scenarios and act accordingly
Just stop already
2015's wandering wangs breach is still causing ripples
Researcher slams site as 'so flawed it deserves its own place in history'
DDoS ruled out after huge spike in BBFC job applications
Says he is building Sentinel to smash the humanity endangerer
Now wash your hands
Wah wah. Check the small print klaxon
International operation sees site shuttered
Only 'unauthorised' VPNs face will be prohibited, claims report
Thinks internet companies should put up and not shut up
Third breach to hit the chain since 2014
Third parties and people are the weakest link
Book seller is reportedly plotting to sell 'private' audio recordings to people
Some bounder has shared your data, maybe
Because the US doesn't trust Russians right? You've got that clear yes?
Someone light a match
New rules that say that foreign firms should store data in China
Standing for the future of the internet
Firm says it's not quite what it had in mind
But Three slams decision as a 'kick in the teeth for consumers'
A passport to pornography
Google says firms failed to maintain 'high standards expected of certificate authorities'
Donald has remembered all the trouble that Humpty had with walls
Don't blame us, this is Symantec's research
US authorities point finger at state-sponsored group
Reports claim punishment will top last week's £2.1bn fine
Bithumb users might have to suck it
Wants to go way back to 1946 when the eyes first opened