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A dozen flaws discovered, with at least one hitting anything that uses Wi-Fi. Thankfully, Microsoft patches are out, and Linux kernel patches are coming.
There were also three zero-day bugs but none have been exploited.
Updated: DarkSide has claimed responsibility for the catastrophic ransomware outbreak.
It took two weeks, but it's now done.
The threat of ransomware is not just to computer systems, but to the physical world, too.
Attackers working on behalf of Russian Intelligence have updated their attack techniques, warns a joint alert from the US and UK.
Windows 10X is likely not ever coming to market. Instead, Microsoft is putting its efforts into the 'new Windows' it is building around the 'Sun Valley' interface, according to a new report.
Mark Zuckerberg's company is using fascinating scare tactics to get users to tolerate tracking.
One of the oldest coding languages is going through something of a renaissance. But can it really hold its own against newer options?
The global chip shortage is a much bigger problem than everyone realised. And it will go on for longer, too
Experts anticipate the global shortage of semiconductor to last another two years. This is what it could mean for you.
Five critical security issues have been discovered.
The update includes security fixes for bugs that are actively being exploited.
It's a virtual button, but still a super useful one.
Less than a week after Basecamp published a 'new etiquette regarding societal politics', which included a ban on staff talking politics on work platforms, The Verge confirmed 18 of the company's 57 employees accepted the six-month severance offer.
Sometimes, companies don't always think through the jokes they make. Yes, it's just like their software.
The launch of Samsung's new Galaxy Book Pro laptops should have been an unqualified hosanna. But then I observed the caveats.
Battery problems are a familiar complaint after installing iOS updates. Here are some steps you can take.
Emotet botnet harvested 4.3 million email addresses. Now the FBI is using Have I Been Pwned to alert the victims
The law enforcement agency is working with the data breach service to alert people that their information may have been harvested by the botnet.