Penguinistas mobilise against decision to support only EXT4
Linux users are calling on Dropbox to reverse a decision to trim its filesystem support to unencrypted EXT4 only.…
20th Century tech causing problems in the 21st
Video Corporations are open to hacking via a booby-trapped image data sent by fax, a hacker demo at DEF CON suggests.…
The exhibition features artwork created from scans of cancer cells and protein.
Smash, bang, wallop what a planetary crust,
The oldest rock formations on Earth were born when meteorites pummelled into the ground over four billion years ago, according to a Nature Geoscience paper published on Monday.…
Switchzilla issues update for authentication bypass flaw
Cisco has pushed out an update for its internetwork operating system (IOS) and IOS XE firmware in advance of a Usenix presentation on circumventing cryptographic key protocol.…
Scientists from Australia find stunning art in the course of their medical research.
The gamer says he doesn't 'play with female gamers' out of respect for his wife.
He will have to pay $66 million in damages to his former employer.
The new laws would require tech giants to assist law enforcement in accessing encrypted communications. But the government insists it's not a backdoor.
This quadcopter-powered aerial-biped robot looks like a fun dance partner.
Draconian new proposals on data privacy from Australia
Australia's promised “not-a-backdoor” crypto-busting bill is out and the government has kept its word - it doesn't want a backdoor, just the keys to your front one.…
Big, bad Thanos is snapping his way to your living room.
Some lawmakers had sought to reinstate penalties against the Chinese telecom giant for violating trade laws.
While your location history is paused, some services still store your location data.
This sweepstakes could land you the prize of a lifetime, if you're the lucky winner of a 65-inch LG W7 ultrathin OLED TV that's slimmer than a pencil. This giveaway ends Aug. 31, 2018.
Talks to take the automaker private again are still ongoing, so there's still plenty of time before anything is set in stone.
The effort aims to boost black engagement with the tech community, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Broadband-throttling bug finally gets a write-up and CVE
More than 18 months after the design blunder was first brought to light, Intel is still working to iron out the creases in its Puma high-speed broadband modem chipsets.…
The filmmakers' audio commentary uncovers new (and sometimes hilarious) information.
Even if you don't care about workstations, it strongly hints that the Turing-based GeForce cards are imminent.