Articles by Alastair Stevenson
As the threat of the US Stop Online Piract Act looms, Sheffield Hallam student Richard O'Dwyer faces extradition over copyright infringement allegations.
With Stratfor's website back online security experts have issued statements attacking the Anonymous collective, suggesting its "hacktivist" antics are doing more harm than good, hurting the very people it claims to represent.
Capcom has unleashed the horde, revealing a host of new details regarding the various multiplayer modes of its highly anticipated prequel, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City.
A Republican representative key in the formulation of the US' SOPA act has reiterated he and his party will continue to support the controversial bill.
Morgan Stanley has issued a report clarifying its belief that 2012 shipments of Nokia's new series of Windows Phones will break the 64 million milestone by the end of 2013.
Proving the Jobs fever isn't local to the west, eager Chinese fans have already laid siege to the country's five Apple stores, desperate to get their hands on the company's latest iPhone 4S handset.
The first ever laptop to run on Google's Chrome OS - the Series 5 Chromebook - is a lightweight, intuitive device that, were it not for its hefty price tag and reliance on the internet to work, would be a nice little unit for the casual consumer.
Extending its Finnish Elisagate campaign the Anonymous campaign has opened up a new front in its "anti-censorship" war targeting Dutch anti-piracy foundation BREIN.
Sony's Kaz Hirai has clarified that the company will not be unveiling any next-generation technology at 2012's E3, killing consumers' hopes of a 2013 PS4 release.
The Nigerian cell of the Anonymous collective has continued its ongoing campaign against government corruption issuing a statement listing its demands.
The Finnish cell of the Anonymous collective has formerly denied Finnish media reports suggesting it had issued a bomb threat to the Copyright, Information and Anti-Piracy Centre (CIAPC).
Having left Brits in the lurch this CES, unveiling the new top-end Lumia 900 Windows Phone as a U.S. exclusive, Nokia has backtracked indicating the device may reach British isles yet.
Seeking to wrestle away the Samsung Galaxy series' hold on the western Android smartphone market, Chinese tech firm Huawei has unveiled its latest top-end smartphone, the Ascend.
With Nokia finally having unveiled its U.S. Lumia 900 Windows Phone, analysts have already begun to question whether the device will be able to reverse the company's reportedly ailing fortunes.
Building on the "success" of the the Lumia 800 and Titan, Nokia and HTC have unveiled two new Mango smartphones designed to combat the Android and Apple horde.
Following the Anonymous collective's declaration of war against Finnish online censorship, prominent Anon Sabu has entered into a flame war with F-Secure's Chief Research Officer Mikko Hypponen.
Anonymous collective hackers 'punish' Finnish government with campaign of cyber attacks over PirateBay censorship.
Breaking from speculation of an E3 PS4 appearance, cyber gossip has returned to the Xbox 720, with fresh rumours suggesting Microsoft will be taking a page out of Nintendo's book, designing a tablet controller for the fabled device.
With Netflix just arriving on UK shores, analysts have come to question whether it will be able to compete with established streaming services such as Amazon's LoveFilm.
The popular Netflix film and TV streaming service has finally arrived in the UK, launching Monday onto a host of devices including the Xbox 360, PS3, iPhone, iPad and Apple TV.