Too much choice may be a bad thing at times, but evidently that's not a problem for North Korea's internet users.
Thanks to (presumably) a higher-up in the country making a horrible mistake, the e-sleuths at GitHub were able to access information on all the websites hosted on the reclusive dictatorship's servers. All in all, it seems residents of North Korea lucky enough to gain internet access have only 28 websites to choose from.
It's been a while since we last heard word of the BlackBerry Argon and its rumored Neon and Mercury siblings. The company's latest in-the-oven stab at Android has reared its head once more - but potentially in a guise we weren't quite expecting.
A page with the probably-shouldn't-have-gone-live extension 'donotpublish.html' has been spotted over on BlackBerry's own website, detailing a handset that sounds very similar to the previous Argon rumors. Though the page has since been pulled, its specs live on thanks to CrackBerry.
A federal court in Washington DC has issued a summons to the FBI after a group of media organizations filed a suit compelling them to release details about how they hacked an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino killers.
Hackers are increasingly targeting healthcare institutions with malware because of their poor cyber-security posture, reliance on legacy IT systems, third-party services and the need to access information as soon as possible in order to deliver great patient care. These are the conclusions released in a new report entitled McAfee Labs Threats Report: September 2016.
Intel said Monday that Bob Swan has been named the company's next chief financial officer. Swan will take over for Stacy Smith, who's switching to another role leading Intel's manufacturing, sales and operations teams, on October 10. Smith was Intel's CFO for nine years.
Swan most recently worked at investment firm General Atlantic as an operating partner, and before that he spent nine years as the CFO of eBay.