A jailbreak for iOS 7 has appeared in the form of evasion7, but not before setting off a furore by including a new app store for Chinese users.
Australian wireless broadband company BigAir has agreed to buy Anittel's hosting and network infrastructure business for AU$6.5 million.
Is that too much to ask? One frickin' week of no disasters. I'm not asking for competence, just a quiet week of no mistakes. Yeah, like that's going to happen. Ah, well. Feast your eyes below on the spectrum of news and idiocy that is government in action.
To help prevent fallen riders from being hit, the MTA will test four "intrusion detection" systems in the next few weeks. It includes lasers. And thermal imaging.
The competition watchdog has told Telstra that it will need to cut down the length of time it takes to inform retailers of an incoming service disruption for customers transferring over to the NBN.
Contextual computing, the next phase of the post-PC era, 3D printing and the mainstreaming of wearable computing are a few of the 2014 themes we're watching.
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There are grave consequences for behaving badly on social networks. Becoming unemployable may be the least of them.
The world's longest-running hacker conference Chaos Communication Congress opens its 30th year with a keynote from Glenn Greenwald this week in Hamburg, Germany. 30C3 has this, and so much more in store.
CryptoLocker has infected an estimated 250,000 victims, demands an average $300 payout, and is trailing millions in laundered Bitcoin. Dell SecureWorks' new paper sheds light on the unstoppable ransomware.
Rather than end the year with a ‘best of’ list or predictions for 2014, I’ll be delivering 12 days of holiday gifts to you in the form of treppenwitz: all the smart afterthoughts I had all year.
One day a week let's put the mobile gadgets away and relate to one another.
Considering it's built with off-the-shelf components, this Steam Machine is not surprisingly very easy to repair and upgrade.
Rather than end the year with a ‘best of’ list or predictions for 2014, I’ll be delivering 12 days of holiday mini-blogs to you in the form of treppenwitz: all the afterthoughts I wish I'd thought of at the time.
The company has issued a warning that a malicious email campaign is underway using Adobe software licenses as a lure. Adobe calls it a phishing attack, but other reports say it contains a malware attachment.
Six 300-ton pendulums could help stabilize old skyscrapers during powerful earthquakes.
Transparency is already one of the biggest buzzwords of 2014.
As the year draws to a close, it's once again time for me to wish all the readers of Hardware 2.0 a happy holidays. Thank you for being a reader!
Privacy advocates can't be too excited about this latest Google Glass app.