At Coachella, for some reason
But for new and upgrading customers only
There may be some important stuff in here but it's hard to tell
But for the chosen few initially
According to testimony of four people
McAfee sounds the alarm bells over unpatched vulnerability
But it remains to be seen how long Brits will benefit
Private investors take McAfee off of Intel's hands
Don't panic, you've got til the end of the year to migrate
Windows-bypassing trojan can also steal passwords and download sensitive files
Vulnerability affects Windows 2003 machines with WebDAV enabled
Actually, it's a bit of a ho-hummer if we're honest
Looks to the 5.4 million small businesses that don't yet accept card payments
Head turned by Ryzen? Turn it back to Intel with Optane
Looking to go class-action for hands across America
Watchdog is quick to reject counter-pitch from miffed ISPs
But Google is working with vendors to make it easier
Yeah. That was us. Now Reddit has pointed out it has become 'normal'
Apple's Swift and F# also on developers' to-do lists
Only the crumbliest, flakiest software tastes like money
Here we go again ...
Windows 10's climb is short-lived
Mega-outage strikes websites, apps and, er, connected ovens
Project Zero is the gift that keeps on giving
Pillsbury Law experts provide breakdown on how it will affect your firm
SMB and GDI library flaws remain in the wild
Now Kaspersky tells us
3… 2… 1… PUBLISH!
Windows Insider Program for Business seeks feedback from IT professionals
When the chip goes down, you better be ready
Microsoft blames delay on 'last minute issue'
Bulk Windows licence Bayern Munich?
Ciaran Martin may be easily startled
Firm to aid against the increasing threat of 'baseless lawsuits by aggressive companies'
More cloudy goodness for UK firms
Think-tank says government should embrace automation to become 'next Uber'
Some subscribers say they'll see a 46 per cent price hike
Subject to the usual disclaimers because it clearly isn't
Another lesson from history that seems to have been forgotten
Turn it all off and sit in the darkness
You can finally delete network's shonky InTouch app
F5 says devs must stand up to the increasing sophistication of attacks
Chipmaker's bumper earnings also fueled by strong server chip biz
Cisco rushes out a shonky fix for plugin's 20 million users
The UK has 6,491 exposed systems and servers connected to the internet
35-year-old stole customers' identities to fuel gambling habit
'Fits squarely within our strategy,' says Meg Whitman