Brexit May Have Cost the UK an Intel Factory

Intel has ruled out the possibility of building a factory in the UK, thanks to Brexit.

Toyota Will Cut Worldwide Production 40% in September

Toyota is the latest automaker to experience issues as a result of the semiconductor shortage, cutting production 40% in September.

CDN Glitch Leads to Massive Internet Outages

A glitch at Fastly, a popular CDN, led to outages for some of the internet’s biggest sites Tuesday morning.

Japan’s Solution to Space Junk: Wooden Satellites

Japan is working to address the growing issue of space junk, with plans to launch satellites made of wood.

Cellebrite Did NOT Break Signal’s Encryption

The BBC broke a story that seemingly indicated Cellebrite had broken Signal’s encryption — only it’s not true.

Ransomware Results In a Fatality In Germany

Ransomware has been a growing issue for years but, in a first, ransomware appears to have caused the death of a hospital patient.

Garmin the Latest Victim of Ransomware

GPS company Garmin is the latest high-profile organization to be the victim of a major ransomware attack.

China Says There Will Be a Cost For the UK’s Huawei Decision

China has expressed its disappointment in the UK’s decision to ban Huawei and said there will be a cost.

UK/Huawei Showdown Heats Up

The ongoing showdown over the UK’s decision to revisit Huawei’s role in the country’s 5G network is heating up.

British Government Facing Rebellion Over Huawei 5G

Following the UK’s decision to include Huawei in its 5G networks in a limited role, a group of Tory MPs tried to pass an amendment to stop the firm’s involvement.