Apple recall AC adapters

Apple today announced the recall of a variety of AC adapters which are shocking users. The adapters in question are for iOS devices and where also included in the ‘Apple…

Google AI beats European Go champion

Earlier today we posted about Facebook’s attempt with AI to beat the ancient Chinese game of Go. Stepping up to the plate, Google has just announced that it’s AI has…

European Data Relay Satellite to launch tonight

Europe to launch the first node, EDRS-A, in the construction of the European Data Relay Satellite (EDRS) network, a data highway using laser-based communications to transmit information regarding natural disasters…

NASA designing light-based modems for space

Light based chips are nearly a reality, and NASA is planning to put them to use in their projects. NASA is currently developing a modem using this technology to allow…

Java plug-in death announced

Today heralded good news for the common internet user’s security as Oracle, developers of the Java plug-in, finally announced the end of the plug-in. The Java plugin was released in…

Facebook create Go playing AI

Mark Zuckerburg, founder of the popular social networking site Facebook, today announced his new AI’s ability to compete against human players at the ancient Chinese game ‘Go’ The game, thought…

Google to take on unwanted, fake download buttons and ads

Google, creators of the popular web browser ‘Chrome’ have announced plans to begin to tackle one of the more common issues on the internet – the fake download button. In…

Microsoft 365 E-Mail outage effects ‘large number of users’

Details emerged today of an issue with office 365’s mail area, leaving many without emails. Microsoft in a statement said that the outage was effecting businesses with ‘large number of…

Microsoft begins Surface Pro power cord recall

Reports are emerging that Microsoft has followed through on its promise to recall power cords for its Surface Pro laptop tablet hybrids. The devices, running windows 8 or 10 predominantly,…

Lenovo caught protecting security with the password ‘12345678’

Lenovo, the owner of what was IBM’s personal computer business and the current creators of the professional legend “ThinkPad” have been caught up in a storm over the last year…