Women’s fashion retailer SHEIN has been forced to admit that hackers may have accessed 6.4 million customer passwords following a malware attack.
Microsoft has used its Ignite conference in Florida to announce a whole host of new products and features. In fact, there was so much to announce that the tech company presented delegates with a 27-page leaflet to cover it all.
Video streaming service Netflix has revolutionised the way people watch TV and film. Now, the extent of its popularity has been truly revealed, with the news that it accounts for 15% of all web data today.
Apple has updated its iPhone X handset with three more powerful models, two of which are larger than before. The software giant has also unveiled a new smartwatch that can send for help if the wearer falls over and remains immobile for more than a minute.
An article in the Wall Street Journal this month alleged that Amazon employees have been accepting bribes to leak confidential company data, including sales metrics and the personal details of reviewers to sellers.
British Airways has been forced to open an investigation into how its website was hacked, following the theft of personal and financial details originating from almost 400,000 payment card transactions.
In September 2008, Google launched Chrome as a “fresh take on the browser” at a time when web developers and internet users were expressing a growing sense of frustration with Internet Explorer and Firefox. Ten years on, and Google Chrome has secured over 60 per cent of both the desktop and mobile web browser markets.