This popular SUV gains a dramatic new look and a brace of serious new tech -- plus a surprise powertrain option.
The long-serving Ford executive has been terminated based on the findings of an internal investigation into his behavior.
US state legal supremos show lots of love for proposed CLOUD Act (a law to snoop on citizens' info stored abroad)
When government, tech firms agree – check the fine print
The attorneys general of 35 US states on Wednesday signed an open letter calling for the quick passage of the Clarify Lawful Overseas Use of Data (CLOUD) Act – with some qualifications.…
The lawsuit follows a suit filed last month by James Damore, author of the infamous “Google Memo.”
Updated guidance offers suggestions on how and when public companies should disclose breaches and risks.
The AI company Elon Musk co-founded two years says the move will "eliminate a potential future conflict."
There's a whole bunch of new tech and a surprising addition to the engine options.
An ex-Google engineer has sued his former employer, claiming that he was wrongfully terminated as a result of expressing his politically liberal opinions—which included opposing harassment and white supremacy—on internal message boards.
According to his lawsuit, which was filed Wednesday in state court in San Francisco, Tim Chevalier served as a site reliability engineer from December 2015 until November 2017.
Chevalier, who identifies himself as a “disabled, queer, and transgender” man, routinely spoke out in favor of minority and traditionally underprivileged rights—in particular to counter the opinions offered up by another then-colleague, James Damore.
The German manufacturer is saying goodbye to its oil-burners and hello to electrons.
A US rocket enthusiast is looking to blast himself into outer space to test an age-old theory.
And they say there's no money to be made in newspapers
A Los Angeles Times' website has been silently mining crypto-coins using visitors' web browsers and PCs for several days – after hackers snuck mining code onto its webpages.…
Snowman's sequel to the already amazing Alto's Adventure from 2015 has finally arrived, and new tricks, new scenery and an amazing soundtrack make it worth the wait.
Qualcomm says a revised acquisition offer from Broadcom makes a bad deal worse. A successful buyout would create a chip behemoth.
Big Blue's Duimovich chats cloud and more to El Reg
Index At IBM's Index developer conference in San Francisco, on Tuesday, The Register sat down with Big Blue's Java CTO John Duimovich to talk about the Java programming language, IBM, the cloud and other developer-oriented concerns.…
The UK's Treasury Committee has launched an investigation into the risks and rewards of digital money.
Former Google engineer Tim Chevalier sued the company, claiming he was fired for sharing politically liberal posts on Google's internal message boards.
An algorithm change apparently designed to keep fake news out is precisely what put a Parkland conspiracy video at the top of YouTube's Trending section.
Commentary: In an interview with Fast Company, Apple's CEO insists that what other companies do is irrelevant to Cupertino.
Talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres quizzes the Microsoft co-founder on grocery store prices. Man knows his dental floss.
Punters not happy with handling of vulnerability confessions
It's not just Intel facing a legal firestorm over its handling of the Spectre and Meltdown CPU design flaws – AMD is also staring at a growing stack of class-action complaints related to the chip vulnerabilities.…