Silk Road admin to be extradited to US
The Irish High Court has ruled that Gary Davis, aka Libertas, will be extradited to the U.S. to face charges that he was the top administrator for the online black market Silk Road.
IBM's server sale to Lenovo still in limbo after six months
Earlier this year, IBM announced the sale of its computer servers business to Chinese giant Lenovo for $2.3 billion.
Lenovo purchases IBM's x86 server business
Chinese giant Lenovo has announced their acquisition of IBM's x86 server hardware division for $2.3 billion.
Google Fiber now permits home servers, in writing
After a recent controversy in which Google was asked to explain why their Google Fiber Internet connection banned servers, the company has updated their terms of service to explicitly allow home servers.
Google clearly does not know how to prepare for selling a phone
For the second time in as many weeks, Google has failed miserably while trying to sell their latest smartphone, the Nexus 4. Early this morning, ......
President Obama broke Reddit
President Obama managed to break Reddit yesterday. The President had his own AMA (ask me anything) on Reddit yesterday, giving users a 30 ......
Kim Dotcom speaks of new Megaupload; "Bye bye Echelon. Hello Freedom"
Kim Dotcom has come out swinging, again. The founder of file-sharing public enemy #1 Megaupload, has said the site will be back, and this ......
AfterDawn US server problems fixed
AfterDawn US server suffered connectivity problems over the weekend. These problems have now been fixed.
Multiple Sony servers attacked, again
Sony has noted tonight that they have locked down 93,000 user accounts after a new security breach. Hackers "using very large sets of sign-in ......