Apple chief executive Tim Cook has been in what I call "Moses-on-the-Mount" mode overnight, calling out what he terms the "data industrial complex" — read Google and Facebook — for its surveillance and using user data for monetary gain.
Apple backs the passage of a federal privacy law in the United States which should be based on four essential rights, the company's chief executive, Tim Cook, has told a privacy conference in Brussels.
Supermicro Computer, the server manufacturer at the heart of allegations of supply chain manipulation through implanting of chips on mainboards made for it by a Chinese supplier, has written to its customers saying that the story, put out by Bloomberg, is dead wrong.
No Sean... I feel for those that can't even get the minimum 12/1... Let alone 1000/50...
Big achievement? Not so much. As one of those 7m Aussies using the NBN all I can say is that[…]
i rather have 250/100 for 120 then 1000/50 for 149
you feel sorry for hfc customers about to get 1000/50 ?
I'd almost feel sorry for those connected to the Abbot/Turnbull mess except for the fact a lot of them voted[…]