Perhaps it is more surprising that Microsoft has taken so long to withdraw Windows ISO file availability in the wake of its official statement regarding Russia sanctions in early March.
The Lockbit ransomware gang has claimed responsibility for this attack. Foxconn has three plants in Mexico making LCD TVs, set top boxes, and smartphones.
Nvidia is aiming to bridge the classical and quantum computing realms through its GPU expertise, while developing a unified programming model not unlike CUDA.
At the BUILD developer conference today, Panos Panay said third parties will be able to start building Windows 11 widgets as companion experiences for Win32 and PWA apps later this year.
An international team of researchers have developed a proof-of-concept algorithm that pairs classical and quantum rendering techniques to improve ray tracing performance by leaps and bounds.
Ethereum core developer Preston Van Loon expects Ethereum's The Merge event to occur in August, locking GPU mining out of the ecosystem - and potentially saving next-gen GPU launches.
A new Software Engineer job posting reveals that the firm is serious in its intentions to strengthen its ‘Ubuntu Gaming Experience’ team.
AMD's latest preview driver promises improved performance for a plethora of DX 11 games, and independent testing not only confirms the claims, but raises hope for the DX 11 gaming ecosystem.
Teams of Google and AMD engineers partnered in a veritable hunt for cybersecurity issues on the AMD Security Processor (ASP) implemented on AMD's EPYC Milan CPUs.
Lisa Pearce said we would get a driver update with benchmarking optimization toggle "by the end of April." Intel has seemed sluggish with regard to its hardware release schedule too.
Apple achieves a "poisoned" world first as a research team describes a new DMP vulnerability dubbed Augury, which enables data theft at rest from Apple's SoCs.
To begin its open and collaborative approach, Intel will distribute an updated 4K texture and high-resolution geometry-packed 3D scene of the Sponza Atrium in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Vulnerabilities were first spotted by ESET researchers. Two would allow an attacker to disable UEFI flash memory protection. Another is an elevated privileges with arbitrary code execution flaw.
Vulnerability allows for privilege escalation and command execution on Windows systems. The easiest mitigation measure, while we wait for a fix, is to delete the 7-zip.chm file.
Intel has developed an AI-based "emotion labelling" algorithm in partnership with Classroom Technologies to be applied in virtual classroom environments - and it's already deployable on Zoom.