Attackers have used a freely available exploit to target a number of 64-bit Linux machines, according to a Linux patch management software firm.
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A Chinese firm that supplies keyboards and peripherals for a number of technology companies has been criticized over the working conditions in one of its factories.
The Android operating system is a step closer to being embedded in consumer electronics, after the company behind the MIPS processor architecture open-sourced the code for its Android port.
Kingston Technology has started selling a USB stick that can hold the same amount of data as 365 CDs
A judicial review of Gary McKinnon's extradition to the U.S. has begun in the high court in London, with questions of his health being raised.
The robot, which weighs about three-hundredths of an ounce, is manipulated by magnetic fields and has the potential for use in clean rooms or hazardous environments.
The BBC insisted that it had no intention of breaking the law by building and using a botnet - and its actions of had been in the public interest.
The EICC, a tech-industry watchdog, will investigate a human-rights group's allegations of 'dehumanising' conditions in a Chinese keyboard factory that supplies members IBM, Microsoft, Dell, HP and Lenovo
Half the redundancies are in Japan, with the rest of the cuts being made globally. The company also plans to close 27 factories worldwide