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There is not much you can do in Chrome that you can't do in Mozilla's Firefox Quantum.
Developers of malicious extensions are testing new session-replay technique to record and replay victims' online sessions.
These dystopian and apocalyptic science fiction films won or were nominated for Academy Awards. Some of our favorites didn't make it, though.
Windows 10 is now the most widely-used version of Windows worldwide, according to analytics firm StatCounter.
Dutch fintech Adyen will become eBay's primary payments processor as the online marketplace looks to move its payments intermediary service in-house.
The Smominru miner has infected at least half a million machines -- mostly consisting of Windows servers -- and spreads using the EternalBlue exploit.
Cleaners and optimizers that try to scare PC users into paying for upgrades will be detected and removed.
The RockPro64 developer board is a Rockchip RK3399-powered alternative to the Raspberry Pi.
The researcher who found the flaw will be telling the world how to exploit it this weekend.
The new SZ985 SSD boasts a ultra-low latency of 16 microseconds.
Everybody knows that 12345 is a bad password. But what they're using instead isn't much stronger
The out-of-band update disabled Intel's mitigation for the Spectre Variant 2 attack, which Microsoft says can cause data loss on top of unexpected reboots.
A malformed patch update angered users dealing with bloated CPU and RAM usage.
Updated: The cyberattacker targeted ICO participants through a fraudulent "pre-ICO sale" scheme.
The world continues to move to the cloud and less is being done with offline apps. Last month I put my Microsoft Surface Pro 4 on the shelf and connected my new Google Pixelbook to my external Dell monitor as I went all in with a Chromebook.
Wireless charging and fast charging might be a great solution to the pressures that more power-thirsty devices are placing on batteries, but these solutions could very well cause other problems down the line.
The tech giant may be considering "strategic options" to raise fresh funds.
The chip giant believes it has found the root cause of the issue forcing Haswell and Broadwell chips to unexpectedly reboot.
Spectre and Meltdown: Linux creator Linus Torvalds criticises Intel's 'garbage' patches
Updated: 'We are actively engaging with the Linux community, including Linus,' says Intel.
UK company Integral Memory has just announced the world's highest capacity microSD card.