Jaybird's Run totally wireless earphones offer a great fit and strong sound but we encountered some small issues with interference In New York.
The balloons are helping Puerto Ricans send text messages and browse the web on their phones.
GSM gateway prosecution man: They gave the evidence that they found to the police
A man left on bail for more than seven years has hit out at Vodafone's role in his court case as alleged victim and examiner of vital computer evidence.…
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AUSTIN, Texas—History happened Sunday at the Circuit of the Americas. Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton won for the fifth time in six years at Austin, inching him closer to a fourth world championship this year. And on a macro scale, Hamilton’s victory sealed a fourth straight Formula One constructors’ championship for the Silver Arrows team at Mercedes. According to ESPN, that makes Mercedes the first team to win consecutive championships across a major regulation change.
How does a team achieve such sustained dominance—Mercedes has won a staggering 51 of 59 total races between 2014 and 2016—in an era where the sport has witnessed an infusion of more money, more engineering talent, and more of those aforementioned regulations? If you listen to members of the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport tech team tell it, the answer starts in the team’s network stacks.
Someone with a Westminster IP address has been editing web entries on famous Irish people.
But he gets it, there's a balance to be struck, yada yada
The FBI has been locked out of almost 7,000 seized mobile phones thanks to encryption, director Christopher Wray has said.…
A look at the e-commerce startup's big and small machines and robots.
Alexa's new flagship smart speaker is better than the first one -- and it costs a lot less, too.
Penguins and machine learning. It could happen!
OS Summit The Linux Foundation has created one open-data licence framework to rule them all, allowing users to collaborate on data-driven projects.…
The Galaxy S8 Active toughens up Samsung’s everyday phone.
Dash of containers, drop of tape, soupcon of advanced RAM... perfect
Another week has passed by, and yet another torrent of storage news streams towards us, running the gamut from spin-transfer torque magneto-resistive RAM to data streaming and a Maltese Smart Island hub.…
It's pricey, but the Hero6 Black's performance jumps beyond anything else you can get in a waterproof camera this small.
See every inch of a room with the $230 Guardzilla 360 security camera.
Hopes to raise £1.5bn and clear debt
Britain's biggest mast outfit, Arqiva, has confirmed it will float on the London Stock Exchange next month, a move it hopes will raise £1.5bn and reduce its debt.…
Encryption has become "a huge, huge problem" for investigations, the FBI director says.
Google's online payments system should help you blast through online checkout in no time.
The 10-year-old travelling concert that features Final Fantasy's iconic game music is as fresh as ever.
Tech laces networks with decoys to contain breaches
Israel-based Illusive Networks claims that its approach of planting poison-pill servers in a network can detect incoming attacks faster than any other method.…
Installed Puppet? Visited a waterfall?... Gooble gobble, ONE OF US... ONE OF US!
After roughly a decade of DevOps hype, surely we’ve arrived at that blessed time when developer lions lie down with operations lambs in peace…? Err, not so much. Despite larger enterprises striving mightily to become more Agile (with a capital “A”), most organisations still don’t deliver on the DevOps dream, and won’t for some time.…
I'm... I'm going to sit down and think about that. *Sniff*
The web-based version of anonymous feedback app Sarahah is riddled with security flaws, according to a researcher.…