The U.S. DOJ announced that it's reviewing the big tech companies, including Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple, over antitrust issues.
Bloomberg reported that Google has settled for $13 million with the people whose data the company stole with its Street View cars between 2008-2010.
A Russian FSB contractor called SyTech has experienced a data breach and the leaked data revealed all of its projects with the Russian spy agency.
President Trump told the press that he may look into the $10 billion JEDI contract that is supposed to be awarded to either Amazon or Microsoft next month.
Despite Huawei's promises of an Android replacement, an exec has said the Hongmeng OS isn't for smartphones and that Huawei devices will continue using Android.
Devs have built a feature that aims to protect apps running in the Linux kernel against side-channel attacks on Intel CPUs using Hyper-Threading.
Microsoft enabled FIDO2 passwordless login for Microsoft accounts and other third-party apps and services in the Windows 10 20H1 Insider Preview edition in the Fast Ring.
Intel revealed that its processor diagnostic tool and data center SSD firmware were affected by two security vulnerabilities, both of which have now been patched.
Fight for the Future launched a campaign to ask for the banning of facial recognition technology use in the federal government.
Researchers from UK's Cardiff University's Institute have developed a new type of semiconductor that's more sensitive to light with lower-noise.
Malicious websites can spy through Mac users' webcams if they've ever installed the Zoom video conference app on their machines.
Huawei revealed that its new OS HongMeng will likely be 60% faster than Android in a report by Chinese media site Global Times.
U.S. House representatives has called on Facebook to immediately suspend the development of its Libra digital currency. Facebook hasn't responded yet.
The Indian Institute of Technology Madras is closer to completing the Shakti CPU project with the release of an SDK that developers can use to make apps.
Tsinghua Unigroup will enter the DRAM market in an attempt to provide Chinese customers with locally-built DRAM products.
After Steam and Wine developers threatened to stop supporting Ubuntu, Canonical announced that Ubuntu 19.10 and 20.04 will support select 32-bit applications.
The U.S. government plans to ban companies that sell telecom equipment made in China, forcing some European vendors to move their production outside of China.
NSA's Eugene Myers has started contributing low-level implementation code for a SMI Transfer Monitor for the Coreboot projected, raising potential security and privacy issues.
A new security vulnerability in Dell SupportAssist was found that could allow malicious parties to take over Dell PCs.
IC Insights revealed a new report in which it showed that U.S. integrated circuit companies continued to dominate the IC market in 2018.
The Trusted Computing Group announced work on the world's smallest TPM in an effort to secure IoT devices against tampering by malicious software.