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Laptops sold between December 2015 and December 2017 may be powered by a battery that’s prone to overheating or even melting.
CEO Brian Krzanich says the new security vulnerabilities may be deep, but they’re also being fixed with software updates.
The 539-page Restoring Internet Freedom Order officially rolls back Obama-era rules.
The music mogul will likely part ways with the tech giant after his shares fully vest, Hits Daily Double reports.
Design flaws in processors made by major chipmakers could let attackers access sensitive information. How could that happen, and can it be fixed?
Personally identifiable information was discovered in the possession of a former department employee.
Security researchers say a common processor design used by Intel and mobile chip tech designer Arm may leave the door open to exposing sensitive system data.
Commentary: The dating site, recently mired in controversy about real names, releases its first-ever ads. They’re all about being, um, DTF.
Commentary: Shipping early is still not OK.
Commentary: Researchers at Stanford claim that you’re not necessarily addicted if you need to be with your phone all the time.