A Financial Times report revealed that Google achieved quantum supremacy. Is it now time to panic about encryption being broken, or do we have nothing to worry about?
AMD's recent contract winning streak is largely due to the impressive performance and value that its second-gen Epyc server processors offer.
D-Wave announced that the Los Alamos National Laboratory made the first purchase of its new 5,000-qubit quantum annealing computer.
Facebook agreed to buy CTRL-labs, a New York startup working on mind reading technology that allows people to control computer interfaces with their thoughts.
IBM announced the largest commercially available quantum computer with 53 qubits. It features a new quantum processor design and smaller electronic components.
AdGuard revealed that two of the most popular ad blocking extensions on the Chrome Web Store are fake.
LastPass fixes the latest security flaw discovered by Google Project Zero's Tavis Ormandy, the same security researcher that has uncovered multiple security bugs in LastPass Manager in the past.
The Indian government has finished building three supercomputers as part of ITS National Supercomputing Mission, which aims to build 60 supercomputers by 2022.
Red Hat revealed new performance world records for some data center-specific workloads that ran on AMD's latest Epyc Rome processors.
Security researchers found a Microsoft phishing campaign that prevented automated scanners from identifying it as such bu using CAPTCHA.
Exim developers announced that they've released a patch for a dangerous security flaw in their email server software that impacts millions of email servers.
Qualcomm announced that its next-generation 8, 7, and 6-series chips will come integrated with 5G modems, making smartphones significantly more affordable.
Fortinet and Pulse Security customers that haven't updated their VPN servers are now at risk of being targeted by APT5.
Samsung announced its latest flagship processor, the Exynos 980, which comes with integrated 5G modem, Wi-Fi 6, a new and more powerful NPU.
Researcher finds an unprotected server with leaked Facebook user data affecting more than five times as many people as the Cambridge Analytica data leak did.
Eclypsium researchers uncover new ways to remotely attack Supermicro's servers in "USBAnywhere" security vulnerability.
MIT and Analog Devices engineers create 15,000-transistor RISC-V CPU from carbon nanotubes, breaking all previous carbon nanotube chip-making records.
The U.S. government may block the 8,000-mile long cable built by Google and Facebook between Los Angeles and Hong Kong over national security fears.
Pen Test Partners security researchers found an eight-year old bug in Lenovo laptops that Lenovo then reportedly attempted to hide.