Articles by Alastair Stevenson
Global charity Amnesty International has issued a statement addressing the Anonymous collective's declaration of war against the "evil Jihadi group" Boko Haram.
With Anonyupload's 25 January launch date approaching, individuals reporting themselves as members of Anonymous have contacted the International Business Times UK reporting the site as a scam.
Following its high profile protest against the US' Sopa and Pipa acts, the hacker cell of Anonymous has shifted its focus onto Europe's Acta.
Following the high profile shutdown of Megaupload, the Anonymous collective is developing its own file sharing alternative, imaginatively called Anonyuploads.
The Federation Against Copyright Theft (Fact) has attacked a number of blue chip companies accusing them of indirectly funding online piracy.
New research suggests that Google's Android mobile operating system will overtake Apple's iOS as developers' favourite by the end of 2012.
The Nigerian cell of the Anonymous collective has declared war on the infamous Boko Haram group.
Anonymous' latest distributed denial of service revenge attack on the FBI is its largest to date, says the collective.
The hacker cell of the UK branch of Anonymous has posted a statement warning police that any acts of violence against Occupy protesters during the London camp's eviction will be avenged.
UK games industry trade association UKIE has organised a debate between leading industry figures to explore alternative solutions to the problem of online piracy.
Following the US government ordered shutdown of media-sharing site Megaupload.com, Anonymous has renewed its campaign against US authorities.
Turning from its previous Indian suspicions, reports have emerged suggesting US authorities now suspect China as the culprit behind a recent cyber attack targeting commission employees' emails.
Following widespread complaints regarding poor WiFi connectivity and a slew of software glitches, Asus has moved to regain consumer confidence offering full refunds for its Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201 tablet.
Looking to reverse its ailing financial fortunes, LG has officially announced its Optimus Pad LTE tablet.
Infinity Ward has added to the convoy of Xbox 720 and PS4 rumours circling the cyber highways, posting a job advert for a new project working on "next-generation" hardware.
New research from the Nielsen Wire suggests that Apple's iPhone 4S has gained ground on Google's Android in the race for US smartphone sales supremacy.
The presence of a mysterious new smartphone in a Samsung promotional video has once again sent cyber tongues a'wagging about the company's, currently unconfirmed, Galaxy S3 smartphone.
The Japanese Space Agency has confirmed that its networks have been compromised by a Trojan virus, potentially granting hackers access to sensitive login information.
Reports suggest that a number of Asian smartphone makers have taken an interest in buying ailing BlackBerry maker RIM.
The OpBlackOut protest has launched, seeing groups ranging from the hacktivist Anonymous collective, unknown bloggers and massive sites such as Wikipedia unite to protest the US Stop Online Piracy Act (Sopa).