Articles by Alastair Stevenson
New reports suggest that Sony and Microsoft's fabled next-generation consoles will be making an appearance at 2012's E3.
Continuing its New Year's hacking rampage the Anonymous collective has re-targeted the FBI, posting a new link to data allegedly taken in its latest hack on the U.S. law enforcement agency.
New videos claiming to stem from the Anonymous collective have emerged showing what appears to be a series of successful hacks on Sony's network.
New reports suggest phone-giant HTC is set to follow up its Titan and Radar handsets with a new high-end Windows Phone.
With 2012 still in its infancy hackers operating under the Anonymous collective's banner have mounted three new high-profile hacking campaigns designed to "punish" the world's "wicked."
Reports that the Japanese Government is developing its own computer virus has led analysts to speculate of a possible cyber "doomsday" scenario.
Breaking from the flagship Galaxy Nexus' assault on Apple's main iPhone base, Samsung has unveiled two new low-price devices aimed to conquer the affordable smartphone market.
Another "leak" has appeared revealing yet more insights into Nokia's, currently fictional, Lumia 900 "Ace" smartphone.
Reports suggesting Motorola is working on a mysterious new upgrade for its Xoom series of tablets has led to fresh speculation of an Ice Cream Sandwich update.
Following its Stratfor hack and fresh campaign against German neo-Nazis, Anonymous has left one more LulzXmas present for its supporters, issuing a new statement containing links to nearly all of its 2011 statements and data-dumps.
The hacker cell of the Anonymous collective has followed up its previous assault in Finland, disabling the websites and publishing the members' names of several German neo-Nazi groups.
Another "leaked" image of Nokia's fabled Lumia 900 "Ace" smartphone, has emerged sparking fresh hopes of a Consumer Electronics Show 2012 appearance.
Reports suggest Taiwanese manufacturer ASUS is looking to take a slice of the Kindle Fire's action, unveiling its own 7-inch Android tiny-titan at 2012's Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Reports suggest Acer and Lenovo are both preparing a series of Windows 8 tablets for release in the third quarter of 2012.
The American "Made in the U.S.A" foundation has issued a statement attacking Apple for its use of "virtual slave labour," calling for Occupy protesters to "turn their anger" towards the iPhone maker.
For the second year in a row Kindle is Amazon's best-selling product, beating Harry Potter, Adele and the perennially popular Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 to the top spot.
Following up its "LulzXmas" attack on security firm Stratfor, Anonymous has revealed its New Year's resolution promising a new "Project Mayhem" hacking rampage.
Anonymous has made good on its LulzXmas threat releasing the names, addresses and passwords of Stratfor clients.
Rumours suggest Samsung's fabled follow up to the perennially popular Galaxy S2 is set to make its debut at 2012's Mobile World Conference (MWC).
With conflicting statements regarding the Stratfor cyber attack being posted in Anonymous's name, security analysts have come to question whether the collective is as unified as it would have the world believe.