Kaspersky threatened to 'rub out' AVG

Security company founder told workers they should attack rival antivirus by "rubbing them out in the outhouse".

The strange life of John McAfee

He's been called everything from "charismatic" to "paranoid wild man" to downright "bonkers".

Uber hires Jeep hackers

Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek have resigned from their jobs and will join Uber this week.

Spies mining Ashley Madison

Intelligence agencies said to be trawling data from hacked website for possible blackmail material.

Corporates in fear of hackers

Sony. Target. Ashley Madison. Big business bosses are losing their jobs because of embarrassing cyberattacks.

Giant robot gears up to battle

It looks fearsome. One arm is a missile launcher and the other a cannon. And it's headed for Japan.

What's Siri hiding?

Invites to annual September showcase show Siri may hold the key to some Apple secrets.

Kiwi drones crack into US airspace

Hollywood's new toy hits NZ

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