University of Minnesota researchers apologized to the Linux community for their recent work on "hypocrite commits."
Logitech updated the packaging for several of its mice and keyboards to include environmental impact information.
Linus Torvalds has weighed in on the University of Minnesota being banned from contributing to the Linux kernel.
Bitcoin's value fell nearly 25% after reports that U.S. President Joe Biden plans to nearly double the capital gains tax on the rich.
Epic Games announced that more apps have been added to the Epic Games Store, including the Itch.io game platform.
The University of Minnesota has responded to its recent ban from contributing to the Linux kernel due to student research.
The University of Minnesota was banned from contributing to the Linux kernel after students intentionally added bugs.
A ransomware group called REvil is threatening to leak Apple product data if a $50 million ransom isn't paid by April 27.
Microsoft is reportedly working on a new Store for Windows 10 to improve the experience for developers and users alike.
Researchers have discovered that the XCSSET malware has started targeting M1-equipped Macs via the Xcode dev tool.
VESA denied claims that two new monitors are "DisplayHDR 2000" certified... because that certification doesn't exist.
Nvidia's share price fell in pre-market trading as the UK's Secretary of State raised questions about its Arm acquisition.
Cryptocurrency Dogecoin's returns have risen 6,000% this year, due to its rising prices and higher than expected daily trading volume.
Environmentalists have opposed a Bitcoin mining operation in an abandoned power plant on Seneca Lake in New York.
A power outage in southern Taiwan prompted TSMC to halt some production of chips made using mature process nodes.
Imperva revealed that hardware scalpers used so-called "Grinchbots" to make well over $82 million in profit last year.
The price of Bitcoin reached an all-time high as Coinbase, the cryptocurrency trading platform, prepares to go public.
Realtek is reportedly struggling to meet demand for chips used in laptops, automobiles and a wide variety of other devices.
A pull request for the Linux 5.13 kernel has added preliminary support for the first Macs that use Apple's custom M1 chip.
The drought in Taiwan has reportedly caused tension between rice farmers and chip makers because of new irrigation rules.
The chip shortage has reportedly delayed production for some MacBook and iPad models as even Apple's supply chain falters.
Intel has apparently started to advertise its Core i7-1185G7 processor in a MacBook Pro, which doesn't feature the chip.