Some of the backers of Facebook's Libra digital currency are considering terminating their partnership with Facebook to avoid government scrutiny.
Multiple Linux Foundation members committed to promote the use of secure enclaves via the newly formed Confidential Computing Consortium.
Nvidia announced it is back to sequential revenue growth, even as the company's revenues are significantly lower compared to a year ago.
Micron announced that it had begun volume production of 1z nm 16Gb DDR4 RAM products, a first in the industry.
Google's Tavis Ormandy found an almost 20-year-old design flaw in the undocumented Windows CTF subsystem that could have allowed attackers to fully compromise systems.
A new WSJ report revealed how Huawei employees have been aiding African government intelligence agencies spy on political opponents. Huawei has denied the allegations.
Intel issued patches for multiple security flaws affecting NUC Kit and other related devices, as well as some Intel software tools.
Varonis security firm found a unique new strain of cryptoming malware that deploys sophisticated evading techniques to avoid getting caught.
Microsoft patched 93 security vulnerabilities for the month of August, including two new wormable bugs.
GlobalFoundries announces partnership with Arm to develop 3D Arm-based chips for high-performance data center and consumer applications.
Red Hat, now part of IBM, joined the RISC-V Foundation to develop support for the open-source instruction set architecture in its Linux distributions.
Samsung announced the Exynos 9825, a refresh of the Exynos 9820 SoC. It's built on the company's 7nm EUV process for significant power efficiency improvements.
The Pentagon suspends awarding of the $10 billion contract as the new Defense Secretary investigates if the selection process has been rigged to favor Amazon.
Cisco has agreed to a settlement with whistleblower James Glenn, the U.S. federal government and multiple state governments over its surveillance technology.
After firing over 100,000 employees, IBM is facing discrimination lawsuits accusing the company of targeting older workers to be "trendy."
Steam developers have proposed some changes to the Linux kernel that would reduce the CPU load for multi-threaded Windows games that run on Linux via the WINE-based Proton utility.
TSMC has quietely introduced the performance-enhanced N7P and N5P versions of the N7 and N5 nodes, respectively.
A new report said that Google has been building its own servers with AMD Epyc CPUs as it considers a switch to AMD over Intel.
Alibaba announced its first-ever RISC-V-based processor of its on design, Xuantie 910. It plans to outsource production of the chip to local Chinese firms.
Huawei said that it will continue to develop its Arm-based Kunpeng server CPUs and will invest $436 million in the ecosystem around it over the next five years.
Attorney General William Barr has restarted the war on cryptography with a renewed call to to tech companies to implement encryption backdoors.