Hackers are exploiting a 19-year-old vulnerability in WinRAR that could affect up to 500 million people, according to a recent McAfee report.
Microsoft today released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18353 to Fast ring members of the Windows Insider Program with numerous changes to Windows Sandbox.
Google launched its Coral dev board and USB Accelerator with embedded Edge TPUs, promising a large boost in machine learning inference performance for all IoT devices that integrate them.
Microsoft announced two new cloud-based security solutions to help its customers better defend against both automated and human adversary attacks, called Azure Sentinel and Threat Experts.
Intel developed a Cryogenic Wafer Prober tool together with Bluefors and Afore that will significantly speed-up the development of quantum processors.
The Spaceborne Computer comprised of two servers from Hewlett Packard Enterprise was supposed to return to Earth three months ago, but it's still going strong.
Ahead of RSA 2019, Intel announced today a series of security solutions for its customers, including an "SGX Card" and a Host-Based Firmware Analyzer.
D-Wave announced its next-generation quantum computing platform with 5,000 qubits and a new qubit topology with 2.5x the qubit connectivity compared to the existing platform.
A group of German researchers has revealed that virtually all desktop PDF readers are vulnerable to at least one of three types of attacks that can be used to forge digitally signed documents.
Intel announced that it's going to begin mass production of MRAM chips, as well as ReRAM chips for the automotive and IoT markets.
Arm announced N1, a high-performance CPU targeting the server chip market, as well as the E1, an out-of-order successor to the Cortex-A55 optimized for high-throughput workloads within 5G networks.
Varjo has released the VR-1 headset, which features an ultra high pixel density and high precision eye tracking, for professional users with a $6,000 price tag.
Microsoft is officially retiring the SAC-T channel used by businesses to determine when they'll update devices on their networks to a new version of Windows 10.
A group of academics was able to demonstrate that Intel SGX enclaves can be overtaken by undetectable "super-malware" that can steal users' sensitive information from their systems.
Microsoft warned investors that flawed AI algorithms could harm the company's reputation, if it's not careful.
Intel tells partners that the last Itanium processor will be shipped by mid 2021, putting an end to a chip architecture that was supposed to be the future of x86 processors.