The 5G race is starting to heat up.
Bringing back see-through controllers in a big way.
That's less than $5 apiece for these app-powered plugs, which can also be controlled via smart speakers. Plus: Get a $200 Epson all-in-one printer for $100.
You'll probably want to take out the damage waiver.
Flaw in House Larry's flagship product allows 'complete compromise' of servers
Oracle is advising customers to update their database software following the discovery and disclosure of a critical remote code execution vulnerability.…
Cheap ways make your TV sound better don't have to suck.
Democratic members of Congress want to know when Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai knew that the FCC's claims about being hit by a DDoS attack were false.
An FCC Inspector General (IG) investigation found that the FCC lied to members of Congress multiple times in letters that answered questions about DDoS attacks that never happened. Pai's FCC claimed for more than a year that a May 2017 outage in the public comments system was caused by multiple DDoS attacks. In reality, the FCC system crashed because it was unable to handle an influx of comments triggered by comedian John Oliver asking viewers of his program Last Week Tonight to oppose Pai's net neutrality repeal.
Today, four Democrats on the House Energy and Commerce Committee sent a letter to Pai "demanding to know when he and his staff learned that the Commission had provided inaccurate information about why its comment system went down during the net neutrality repeal public comment period," the Democrats said in an announcement.
Tinder's owners are accused of undervaluing it, cheating executives out of shares worth billions.
A pocket-size amp with a gold-plated knob costs more than Sony's 85-inch TV.
Greetings, Arsians! Courtesy of our friends at TechBargains, we have another round of deals to share. Today's list is headlined by a deal on Bose's QuietComfort 35 (Series II) wireless noise-cancelling headphones, which are currently down to $299 at Walmart, Amazon, and various other retailers. That's a $50 discount and the lowest non-promo-code price we've seen to date.
We've explained the deal with the QC35s before. While Bose's bass-boosting sound doesn't offer the accuracy or balance of other $300 cans (or even some below that), it's at least smooth. If noise cancellation is your top priority, though, the QC35s are simply stronger at silencing the outside world (particularly low-end frequencies) than their peers. They're also highly comfortable.
The Series II model here is actually a bit less effective at noise-cancellation than the older Series I model mentioned in the link above, but the difference isn't so huge as to be immediately noticeable. Since Bose has discontinued the Series I, you don't have much of a choice anyway. The Series II also adds a shortcut button for quickly accessing Alexa or the Google Assistant, if that's something you'd ever find handy. In any case, we rarely see the Series II on sale, so if you were interested in picking up a pair, today looks like a good opportunity to do so.
Talking to CNET's Richard Nieva on his reporting about Zuck and Facebook's privacy scandal.
People are being logged out and their personal details are being changed, says a report.
Eager fans deconstructed an Nvidia Gamescom teaser and surfaced some compelling evidence for an RTX 2080 launch on Aug. 20.
The God of Thunder's roomie would really appreciate getting that rent money sometime soon.
Praise the Sun.
The cuts, if implemented, would cause "widespread loss of vital telecom services," say the judges.
Lenovo beefs up beefy desktop replacements - and one is almost Apple-like
Lenovo unloads most of its annual ThinkPad line onto the world at CES in January, for a spring launch. (Here is this year’s.) But the Beijing firm saves one or two surprises for later in the year. And here’s one.…
Apps, kernels, virtual machines, SGX, SMM at risk from attack
Intel will today disclose three more vulnerabilities in its processors that can be exploited by malware and malicious virtual machines to potentially steal secret information from computer memory.…
Google's Android Pie update killed fast charging on some 2016 Pixel phones, but a fix should be coming soon.
Wireless smart locks will release cold cans to victory-parched Browns fans.