Connor Jones
What is Chromium?
Code
Chromium

What is Chromium?

We take a look at Google's open source coding project, and the platforms it has inspired
15 Sep 2020
What is Article 13 and Article 11?
European Parliament - What Is Article 13? What is Article 11?
Policy & legislation

What is Article 13 and Article 11?

Everything you need to know about the controversial copyright directive
14 Sep 2020
Turn on, log in, burn out
Careers & training

Turn on, log in, burn out

The tech sector may soon face a mental health crisis as workers struggle with unrealistic workloads and expectations
27 Feb 2020
Taking the road less travelled to a career in IT
Careers & training

Taking the road less travelled to a career in IT

With 4 million jobs sitting unfilled, the industry is becoming more open to recruiting people from a non-tech background
26 Feb 2020
Is a degree still necessary to get ahead in IT?
Careers & training

Is a degree still necessary to get ahead in IT?

With apprenticeships offering on-the-job training and no student debt to deal with, new paths are opening up for candidates and recruiters
25 Feb 2020
Why 5G could be a cyber security nightmare
5G

Why 5G could be a cyber security nightmare

The latest generation of mobile connectivity promises many marvellous things, but it could also be a hacker's dream
6 Dec 2019
HackerOne bug bounty platform breached by its own user
bugs

HackerOne bug bounty platform breached by its own user

The bug bounty specialist paid the hacker responsible a cool $20,000 for their efforts
6 Dec 2019
Thousands of businesses vulnerable to 'severe' Oracle EBS flaws
vulnerability

Thousands of businesses vulnerable to 'severe' Oracle EBS flaws

The suite of enterprise products can be exploited for financial fraud and theft
20 Nov 2019
Can Wikipedia founder's social network really challenge Facebook?
social media

Can Wikipedia founder's social network really challenge Facebook?

Jimmy Wales has high hopes for WT:Social, but it's going to take a miracle for it to work
19 Nov 2019
Another US state government hit with ransomware, following a brief reprieve
ransomware

Another US state government hit with ransomware, following a brief reprieve

Louisiana becomes the latest in a very long line of US public sector bodies to fall victim to ransomware
19 Nov 2019
Interpol to support the breaking of end-to-end encryption
encryption

Interpol to support the breaking of end-to-end encryption

Law enforcement agency argues the technology frustrates the investigative process
18 Nov 2019
Can Google Stadia finally bring success to cloud gaming?
Google Stadia handset
Cloud

Can Google Stadia finally bring success to cloud gaming?

It’s the first attempt to get game streaming right in years, but ISPs could be its undoing
18 Nov 2019
US Supreme Court agrees to end Google and Oracle's ten-year copyright battle
application programming interface (API)

US Supreme Court agrees to end Google and Oracle's ten-year copyright battle

Ruling likely to have profound implications for future of software development
18 Nov 2019
BT demos 5G connected ambulance to reduce A&E waiting times
5G

BT demos 5G connected ambulance to reduce A&E waiting times

Trained doctors can guide paramedics through procedures and beam instructions through to AR headsets
15 Nov 2019
DJI's rogue drone app helps pinpoint a pilot's precise location
Technology

DJI's rogue drone app helps pinpoint a pilot's precise location

App is dismissed by experts as being insufficient for fighting illegal drone use
14 Nov 2019
Apple sales boss claims children using a Chromebook will 'not succeed'
Laptops

Apple sales boss claims children using a Chromebook will 'not succeed'

Exec says "cheap notebooks" are only good for testing environments
14 Nov 2019
TrickBot trojan named the most dangerous threat to healthcare
cyber security

TrickBot trojan named the most dangerous threat to healthcare

A lack of funding and legacy technology has led to the growing severity of healthcare's security landscape
13 Nov 2019
Facebook fixes iOS 13.2.2 bug that launched users' cameras without authorisation
cyber security

Facebook fixes iOS 13.2.2 bug that launched users' cameras without authorisation

The issue has angered users who think the company is exploiting the app to spy on them
13 Nov 2019
Google announces plans to flag slow-loading websites
Google Search
web development

Google announces plans to flag slow-loading websites

Implementation of the plans could seriously hurt a website's ability to attract business
12 Nov 2019
Microsoft commits to honouring California Consumer Privacy Act nationwide
Policy & legislation

Microsoft commits to honouring California Consumer Privacy Act nationwide

It's the first company to make such a promise, but it might not be as rose-tinted as it seems
12 Nov 2019