Can he make it to 12 months without telling anyone his real name?
A man who has refused to identify himself to Google or the courts but is still trying to drag the ad tech company through a Right To Be Forgotten legal action has had his second attempt to take it to the Court of Appeal denied by a senior judge.…
It's used, but still the cheapest Dot to date.
A survey of 250,000 people have made their appliance alliances.
Mozilla's service can help you decide which passwords need changing.
Assa Abloy acquired August last year, and now we're getting a look at what that means for Yale and August smart locks.
Because there ain't no party like a cloud storage party
A year after Microsoft reintroduced placeholders for Windows users of OneDrive in the form of "Files On-Demand", Mac users of the cloudy file service are getting the same love.…
And we have liftoff!
BuzzFeed claims to have a warrant suggesting the British national, 55, was arrested during a video shoot.
FuboTV is aiming for flashy design its heavyweight-backed competitors haven't tried.
Someone should tell mobile industry. Oh, here we go
The Czech Republic and Hungary top the world for mobile video performance – even though they don't have the fastest networks.…
The departure of Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger is the latest test for parent company Facebook.
Uber wants to fly you around the city like The Jetsons, but there are still road blocks to overcome before UberAir can get off the ground.
A decade after Google brought us Android, these fixes are still MIA.
Fancy hopping across the city in your own air taxi? UberAir could be your answer. And to get you to your aircraft, Uber is planning on building a network of skyports to help you board in style.
By 2025, Volkswagen expects to sell 1 million MEB-based EVs.
The developer could have help in releasing the last two episodes of Clementine's story despite its shutdown.
Joins growing list of senior civil servants leaving public sector
Exclusive Mayank Prakash, chief digital officer and CIO of the Department for Work and Pensions has quit today, The Register can exclusively reveal.…
But it takes up a lot more space than a few bottles of nail polish.
Shell is experimenting with cameras that can tell if you're smoking at a gas station.
But Labour's Angela Eagle says tech giants should work for the "common good" and not just profit.