The couple from Silicon Valley takes a stand against the US' "zero tolerance" policy on undocumented immigrants.
Humans, keep your eyes out for dodgy web links
An artificially intelligent system has been demonstrated generating URLs for phishing websites that appear to evade detection by security tools.…
Because business cards refuse to die.
Meanwhile USA ponders more tariffs on China in ‘wet noodle’ trade skirmish
The United States Senate has passed an amendment that reinstates the ban on Chinese telecoms concern ZTE doing business with US-based companies.…
A battery-powered plane that could mean guilt-free travel is part of a plan to tackle climate change.
Welcome to computational argumentation. IBM's Project Debater won a convincing victory in one debate but a human debater edged it out in another.
Joshua Adam Schulte has been accused of leaking sensitive information to WikiLeaks.
$120m buy aims to step beyond DevOps into triage
Last week Splunk spent $120m to acquire VictorOps, a DevOps incident management outfit.…
Cell phones weren't on the list of Chinese goods facing 25 percent US tariffs.
The company breached consumer law by refusing to fix devices once serviced by third parties.
Look at these GreenLake bundles. PS: Don't just look
Just a single digit percentage of Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s annual sales come from stuff sold as-a-service – that is, products you pay for depending on how much you use them.…
IETF floats formal deprecation suggestion, even for failback
As TLS 1.3 inches towards publication into the Internet Engineering Task Force's RFC series, it's a surprise to realise that there are still lingering instances of TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1.…
Silicon Valley CEOs move past cybersecurity and taxes to comment on social issues like gay rights and immigration.
The feature is currently being tested on Uber employees in San Francisco and Los Angeles, but may be rolling out to consumers soon.
Woman cops to using stolen records to open bank accounts
A woman has fessed up to using people's personal information, leaked online from the US government's Office of Personnel Management mega-hack, to take out loans and open bank accounts.…