Indiegogo backers of the Bluetooth version of the Azio Retro Classic should be receiving their orders, and the keyboard is also now available for regular purchase.
Beyond privacy-related updates, the latest preview build for Windows 10, 17083, brings updates to font settings, Windows Timeline, and Ease of Access settings.
Acer, Asrock, Dell, HP, and Lenovo have all made updates on their websites notifying customers that their existing patches are defective. Dell, HP, and Lenovo also withdrew their existing patches.
Streacom released a GPU cooling kit for its fanless Mini-ITX chassis, the DB4. The kit allows for fanless cooling of a discrete GPU, fulfilling the promise of a totally silent build.
Micron detailed its upcoming GDDR6 memory chips and announced that it is working with multiple hardware partners to broaden the applications for the memory beyond graphics.
Intel announced that it has made progress in correcting the issue causing random reboots in the fix for the Spectre vulnerability that it issued to hardware partners earlier.
The FCC announced that it is no longer considering adding wireless internet access to its definition of broadband internet access.
The Geforce Now game streaming service for Mac/PC had entered public beta. Does that sound like deja-vu? It is
The headline of this driver release is probably the fix for crashing DX9 games, an incident which began with Adrenalin 17.12.1.
Crytek announced that interested PC gamers can now sign up for the closed alpha for its upcoming shooter, 'Hunt: Showdown.'
BIOS updates to address the Spectre vulnerability have begun rolling out from the major motherboard OEMs.
Two law firms have announced their intention to file class-action lawsuits against AMD. The firms claim the company failed to disclose knowledge of its products’ Spectre vulnerability.
A new growing botnet is targeting machines running the Ethereum mining software called “Claymore Miner” and hijacking them to mine for someone else.
Senate Democrats are on the verge of achieving a majority vote that could eventually restore the consumer protections. At the same time, 22 states are suing to block the FCC’s repeal decision.
Unlike many had predicted, Meltdown--the Intel-only vulnerability that is fixed by forcing the CPU to reload its TLB when running a kernel process--wasn’t the biggest headache for Google.
Intel has issued a statement confirming that BIOS patches for the Spectre vulnerability are causing reboots on Broadwell and Haswell systems.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich published an open letter pledging an increased commitment to security, transparency, and collaboration.