Newly leaked Pixel 3a renders apparently confirm a May launch date

Newly leaked Pixel 3a renders apparently confirm a May launch date

It’s fair to say we’ve seen a fairly extensive series of leaks for the upcoming mid-range Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, but we’ve now got a fresh set of renders showing off the phones in advance, as well

Bad bots are responsible for a fifth of all web traffic

Bad bots are responsible for a fifth of all web traffic

Yes! You heard it right, about a fifth of all website traffic now comes from malicious bots. This makes it roughly 20.4% of web traffic daily. This automated traffic is responsible for offensive attacks on websites, APIs and mobile apps;

Only a week left to get a free Google Home with BT fibre broadband deals

Only a week left to get a free Google Home with BT fibre broadband deals

Sometimes a special offer hangs around for so long that you forget that at some point it has to come to an end. That’s exactly what has happened with BT Broadband’s current fibre deals. It started handing out free Google

How the all-digital Xbox One paves the way for gaming beyond PS5 and Xbox Two

How the all-digital Xbox One paves the way for gaming beyond PS5 and Xbox Two

There’s a new Xbox on the way – and it’ll be here before E3 2019. No, we’re not talking about the Xbox Two, or whatever Microsoft’s next-gen machine is going to be called. Instead, we’re on about the Xbox One

NHL live stream: how to watch the 2019 playoffs and Stanley Cup online from anywhere

NHL live stream: how to watch the 2019 playoffs and Stanley Cup online from anywhere

The regular 2019 NHL season has come to an end but for many hockey fans, that means they can finally get excited as no other sport does does playoff season quite like the NHL – and we’re here to make

YouTube will return to Fire TV after Amazon and Google make amends

After a year of feuding, Amazon and Google have finally broken the virtual trade embargo between the two companies, Amazon has announced. Starting later this year, Amazon Fire TV and Amazon Fire TV Cube will have access to YouTube via

Sea Turtle hacking group goes after government domains

Researchers at Cisco’s Talos cybersecurity unit have discovered a new hacker group that has targeted 40 government and intelligence agencies, telecoms and internet giants in 13 countries for more than two years. While the new campaign bears some similarities to

Google lets Android users choose browsers to ease EU antitrust concerns

In an effort to address EU antitrust concerns, Google has announced that Android users in Europe will now be able to choose between five different web browsers and search engines on their devices. Last year the EU hit the search

Microsoft delves deeper into IoT with Express Logic acquisition

Microsoft has never been shy about being acquisitive, and today it announced it’s buying Express Logic, a San Diego company that has developed a real-time operating system (RTOS) aimed at controlling the growing number of IoT devices in the world.

CloudBees acquires Electric Cloud to build out its software delivery management platform

CloudBees, the enterprise continuous integration and delivery service (and the biggest contributor to the Jenkins open-source automation server), today announced that it has acquired Electric Cloud, a continuous delivery and automation platform that first launched all the way back in