According to Freedom of Information Act requests, plenty of English hospitals haven't yet switched to a more up to date operating system.
This might be the most Canadian thing that happened this week in tech.
The National Crime Agency had a booth at EGX to promote ethical hacking.
Almost six months after the Psychoactive Substances Act, drugs such as spice are advertised on dark web markets.
It found four cases of police acquiring data to identify sources, including one deemed "reckless."
Ministry of Defence launches competition for drone swarms that can track individuals and jam communications.
Season 8 was the greatest series of Robot Wars yet.
Freedom of Information requests show that, although some UK hospitals have been infected by ransomware, they're not paying up.
Over a dozen UK companies have been granted licenses to export telecommunications interception technology such as IMSI-catchers since early 2015.
A new review of the UK's mass surveillance powers includes case studies from intelligence agencies.