News The building on Pioneer Ave. that houses Sophidea, the company that received a deluge of Chinese Internet traffic Tuesday

'If you monkey with a system that’s supposed to provide global connectivity, it’s very easy to make mistakes'

GTA Online to shut down for 24 hours

Open all hours? GTA Online is to briefly shut up shop

BBC computer server hacked by Russian cyber criminal

Infamous Russian hacker HASH is believed to have masterminded the attack

Report: Google considering making its own computer chips

The search giant could switch from the currently favoured x86 processors designed by Intel to their customized system based on ARM designs

New York's public library

Welcome to the Cloud: All you need to know about what cloud computing can do for students

Cloud computing means library treks and queuing are problems of the past for students

Xbox One could reboot mid-game in order to apply updates via the cloud

Remarks from the Xbox Live manager at a developers' conference suggests that updates will restart consoles 'whether your code is running or not'

Why filling hard drives with helium can boost storage capacity by 50%

The latest innovation in hard drive technology has taken years to perfect but means quieter, more energy efficient hard drives that fit more data in the same space

GTA 5 Online gamers to receive $500,000 in-game 'stimulus package'

Game developers offer cash compensation for problems with online play

GTA Online: Rockstar say PS3 update is live, Xbox fix coming 'soon'

The popularity of Grand Theft Auto 5 has proved too much for the game's servers

Rockstar apologises for GTA 5 Online launch problems

Multiplayer portion of GTA 5 launched yesterday but players are still struggling to access the game

Argentinian police have arrested a 19-year-old on suspicion of leading a network of criminals specialising in cyber-fraud

Argentinian teenager arrested over '$600,000-a-year' super-hacking network

Police investigating under Operation Zombie believe the 19-year-old son of an IT engineer led an elaborate cyber-fraud

Conspiracy-mad teen paid £21,000 for old WikiLeaks server on dad's credit card

Father said he was rendered 'speechless' upon finding out about the purchase

Investment View: You should go for a firm that has its head in the cloud

This company is a crucial cog in the digital economy’s wheels and benefits from the growth of outsourcing too

Iran cabinet ministers all sign up to Facebook - despite social media site being banned

Hope of a more open approach to the internet from new government after 15 ministers sign-up

On message: Fans hold up a banner of support at England’s game against Moldova at Wembley on Friday

The Last Word: Greg Dyke should start with the much-abused work permit

FA chairman's crusade can begin by lobbying Government to deny mediocre players entry

Customers often leave a certain amount regardless of the standard of service

Waiters need a different type of change, New York food critic says in anti-tipping call

Peter Wells of the New York Times called the practice 'irrational, outdated, ineffective, confusing, prone to abuse and sometimes discriminatory'

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