In what looks to be an unusual choice of victim, a cyber criminal gang has used the Maze Windows ransomware to attack the well-known Indian sweets manufacturer Haldiram's and has released some data stolen from the company.
Telstra has landed a $90 million network transformation deal to upgrade more than 850 McDonald’s restaurants around the country to a fibre network.
McDonald's, which has made the move to Twitter recently, has found that there is a downside to the platform, with its feed being hacked on Thursday US time.
The days of the smiling (or sometimes sour-faced) service attendants are all but over, soon to be victims of the unstoppable tsunami of automation. Can anything be done to stop the irresistible juggernaut of automated technology that threatens so many jobs? Perhaps, but only if we want it stopped.
Google is able to keep tracking the location of an Android user no matter if the individual has deleted Google Maps from the device he or she is using or not.
Promapp aims to replace bulky and often unread procedures manuals with a cloud-based system that delivers a more familiar and preferred experience.
It's a rite of passage for every childhood - throwing a tantrum when the Happy Meal toy you've got your heart set on is no longer available. Well, not anymore, if McDonald's head of technology has his way.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) has told McDonald's that it plans to sue the fast-food chain if it does not stop using toys to market its Happy Meals because it thinks the practice is deceptive.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest conducted a survey that showed McDonald's employees serve French fries the vast majority of the time rather than Apple Dippers if customers do not ask which side dish they prefer. There are a lot more calories and fat in French fries!
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