Researchers say an increasingly notorious brand of Israeli surveillance software is being used further afield than previously known, with possible infections detected around the globe.
Global gambling regulators have teamed up to voice their concerns about skins gambling and loot boxes in video games.
For the first time in the roughly five years since a smattering of researchers and companies began talking about making real meat without slaughtering animals, one startup is letting people see how its sausage gets made. Well, almost.
Tesla shares dropped more than 2 percent on news that the company faces a criminal probe over CEO Elon Musk’s statements about taking the company private. This story is developing. Please check back for updates.
Good guy vigilante, or error in coding? A strange botnet has appeared on the scene which instead of infecting devices in order to enslave them, appears to be actually wiping them clean of cryptocurrency mining malware.
Tesla’s upgraded Autopilot hardware comes with eight cameras equipped all over a vehicle. All those “eyes” will eventually enable full autonomy, but they also make another smaller-but-important feature possible: a built-in dashcam for Tesla’s cars.
Are emails still worth it? Do they live up their hype? Now that we reached 2018, some could think email has done its time: riddled by spams and unsavory practices, the medium might have lost any remaining utility.
Reports are coming in that Piriform is forcing CCleaner to update to the latest 5.46 version even when users had configured the program to not perform automatic updates.