Dirty bomb components up for grabs in Libya

A former UN weapons inspector is warning that Libyan rebels must move to secure large quantities of radioactive waste and uranium fuel left over from Gaddafi's abandoned nuclear program.

Foxconn to replace human workers with robots

Foxconn has decided that it might be easier to replace human workers with robots. That’s because robots don’t let feelings and suicide attempts get in the way of making components for Apple.

PC components sometimes preloaded with malware, says official

Congress has been warned that imported software and hardware components are being deliberately infected with spyware and malware.

"Bottleneck" blamed for Asus Transformer shortage


As we reported yesterday, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer is the Android Honeycomb device no one seems to have.