In hacking, the blame game is purely for entertainment
Pointing fingers doesn't make your data more secure.
The biggest data center in Russia will be nuclear powered
Because of course it will.
Russia demands Twitter store user data within the country
Facebook is also facing fines and access denial under Russia's increasingly stringent internet regulations.
Northrop Grumman lands USAF deal for new long-range strike bomber
Northrop wins big with $60 billion contract for the United States' next top bomber.
US worries Russia would cut undersea data cables in a conflict
Russia is positioning subs and ships near undersea internet cables, and that's making US officials nervous.
ICYMI: Pocket 3D scanner, light show record and more
We wove in just a few Back to the Future Day references in today's ICYMI because you might have missed some of these clips and that would be sad.
Russia orders Google to loosen its Android policies by November 18th
Google must reform its policies on pre-loaded Android apps by November 18th, or else.
China asks US tech companies to follow its security policies
Among the requests, China is asking IT companies to not harm its national security and to make products "secure and controllable"
Russia finds that Google is abusing its mobile dominance
Google may have to pay up for allegedly abusing its search dominance in Russia.