Insecure smart energy meters are allowing hackers "through the back door", according to a Labour minister.
Shadow business, innovation and skills minister Chi Onwurah claimed the Government has been complacent about protecting consumers' data.
New rules that affect open source firmware on Wi-Fi routers will be implemented on June 2, but not all network hardware will prevent the loading of third-party software.
Linksys has been collaborating with chipmaker Marvell and the makers of OpenWrt to make sure its latest WRT routers can comply with the new rules without blocking open source firmware, company officials told Ars.
We've seen many iPhone clones come out of China, like the Oppo R9 and the Meizu Pro 6. Now, that phenomenon enters the gaming arena.
Chinese company Fuze on Tuesday announced a new gaming console, the Tomahawk F1, and it shares some striking similarities to both Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One.
Tsinghua University postgraduate student Jianjun Chen has reported a critical cache poisoning vulnerability in the Squid proxy server, a transparent cache widely deployed by internet service providers.
The vulnerability allows attackers to compromise connections using a maliciously-crafted packet. A patch has been produced for daily versions but not yet distributed for regular builds, according to researchers.