A pioneer, and once the major force in mobile communications, Motorola has been through some interesting times. Back in 2011 Google bought Motorola Mobility, its smartphone, and home division, and in late 2014 Lenovo picked up the pieces.
An Australian penetration tester has discovered remotely exploitable flaws in switches made by the American companies Red Lion Controls and AutmationDirect that could be exploited even by hackers with low skill levels.
For the fourth consecutive year, Business Intelligence vendor Yellowfin places in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms. (*1) report.
Data centre provider NextDC has achieved significant growth in its business, with revenue jumping 39% to $58.7 million for the six months to the end of December.
The Debian GNU/Linux project has advised users of its stable release Jessie to update their systems as soon as possible to fix several bugs in the kernel.
A survey of 70 professional hackers and penetration testers has found that 60% of them take a maximum of just six hours to compromise a target. And 17% among them took just two hours to gain entry.
Samsung has been developing the GS8 for about 18 months now. It delayed the launch from later this week at Mobile World Congress to a new date – 29 March in New York. After three weeks of pre-sales, it will ship to customers on 21 April.
Organisations and commercial firms have 90 days to switch to safer cryptographic hashes after researchers from a Dutch institute and Google jointly announced a method to crack the SHA-1 algorithm that has been used for a long time to verify the authenticity of digital documents.
The Grays eCommerce Group has reported disappointing results for its business-to-consumer division in the first six months of FY17, with a loss before EBITDA of $300,000, compared to a profit of $1.3 million for the corresponding period in FY17.