Cyberattack Hits Hospitals, More in a Dozen Countries

Avast said the majority of the attacks targeted Russia, Ukraine and Taiwan - though exactly which computers in those areas were targeted remains fuzzy. The U.K.'s National Cyber Security Center says it is working with both the digital office of the NHS and law enforcement. Authorities said they were communicating with more than 100 energy, transportation, telecommunications and financial services providers about the attack.

Hospital boss praises IT staff — NHS cyber attack

Tom Bossert, a homeland security adviser to President Donald Trump, said "criminals" were responsible, not the US government. But no new large-scale outbreaks were reported, and British officials said a feared second wave of infections had not materialized.

Si Woo Kim: Players Championship victor profile - Who is South Korea star

Si Woo Kim walked up to the 16th green at the TPC Sawgrass and couldn't resist looking across the water at an island. Englishman Ian Poulter (71) was the only player to put pressure on Kim over the final few holes. "In the end, I survived I guess". His 68 matched his low round at the Stadium Course. He needed a circus shot to manage a bogey. "I really wish ( I could avoid it) but I have to go to the military service and I've already decided I'm going to go, too, so I'm ready", said Kim.

Two lakh hit by 'unprecedented' cyber hack in 150 nations: Europol

Copycat versions of the malicious software have begun to spread, according to experts. Computers around the globe were hacked beginning on Friday using a security flaw in Microsoft's Windows XP operating system, an older version that was no longer given mainstream tech support by the U.S.

Anti-virus stocks rally with 'WannaCry' expected to hit again

Anti-virus stocks rally with 'WannaCry' expected to hit again

There are other artefacts in the code of the malware that might prove useful to investigators, said cyber-security expert Prof Alan Woodward from the University of Surrey. A man types on a computer keyboard in this illustration. Elsewhere in Europe, the attack hit companies including Spain's Telefonica, a global broadband and telecommunications company.

Waymo gains edge over Uber as driverless-car case heads to trial

Waymo gains edge over Uber as driverless-car case heads to trial

Alsup ordered Uber to prevent Levandowski and all other employees from using the materials and return them to Waymo by May 31. However, Alsup also said it was likely that information from the 14,000 files in question, or possibly the files themselves, "has seeped into Uber's lidar development efforts; and at least some of said information likely qualifies for trade secret protection".