The Westworld game is a "rip-off" of the Fallout Shelter title, alleges Bethesda in its legal papers
Privacy campaigners say 5.1 million Britons have had their voices stored without permission.
Double up or quit, double stake or split – the storage roundup
If we've played our cards right, you'll be up to date on the storage goings-on of the week. Otherwise you'll be lost in the shuffle. Here's a hand full of aces, kings and queens – and don't forget the joker.…
The ride-hailing service's hearing begins Monday.
They're called Doves and they do not come in peace.
A court will decide if the taxi app firm is "fit and proper" to hold a licence to operate in the capital.
Robots are rolling around San Francisco, but as robots get smarter what does their future in the technology hub hold?
I had a chance to visit these "creatures" at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore and boy, are they amazing.
Used to roaming the beaches in Holland, these moving art pieces settle down for a first-ever visit to Singapore's ArtScience Museum.
Chipzilla offloads devs, support teams and contracts
HPC storage supplier DDN has bought Intel's Lustre file system business, including its dev teams and support contracts.…
Alfa’s 505-horsepower Stelvio Quadrifoglio sure is fast, but perhaps a bit too furious for daily use.
When it's your country's turn to play in the World Cup, you don't move from the TV until the break.
WTF were they thinking?
Review "There will be no HTC U12," the man from HTC told journalists in briefings ahead of the launch of this year's flagship. "And no U12++." Company executives stressed that, for 2018, there would be just one flagship, and the HTC U12+ was it.…
Overjoyed Three Lions fans are ready to claim that trophy, while some point out England hasn't faced any tough competition.
… and we still aren’t accepting EU users
A month after the enforcement date of the General Data Protection Regulation – a law that businesses had two years to prepare for – many websites are still locking out users in the European Union as a method of compliance.…
First it cheated my feelings. Now it wants my money?
Brief didn't call for two-digit dates. What to blame? Bad brief or lousy testing?
Who, me? Welcome again to Monday, and therefore to a new edition of “Who, me?”, The Register’s confessional column in which readers own their errors.…
Dev kit leak seemingly backed by techies' job descriptions
Qualcomm is seemingly working on another high-end 64-bit Arm-compatible system-on-chip for Windows 10 PCs – the Snapdragon 1000.…
But China has even more systems on the latest 500-supercomputer list.
Power trace sniffing, a badly-designed API and some cloudy AI spell potential trouble
A group of researchers has demonstrated that smartphone batteries can offer a side-channel attack vector by revealing what users do with their devices through analysis of power consumption.…