Experimental malware has highlighted the possibility that hackers might be able to turn headphones into microphones in order to snoop on computer users.
Hard-drive-scrambling ransomware menaced more than 2,000 systems at San Francisco's public transit agency on Friday and demanded 100 bitcoins to unlock data. That's the equivalent of about $73,000 USD.
The United States Navy has revealed that the names and social security numbers on 134,386 current and former employees has leaked, thanks to the compromise of a laptop used by a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services staffer.
It's time for faster sustained IOPS on SD cards.
Google’s DeepMind AI has pioneered a new technology which allows robots to dream in order to improve their rate of learning.
As Japanese tourism grows, businesses struggle to bridge the language divide between international visitors and locals. Panasonic, however, may have a solution: a multilingual loudspeaker.
The TOP500 List shows 498 out of 500 of the speediest computers on the planet are running Linux.
Dell accidentally put their $2,500 laptops up for just $33, and Mexican officials are forcing them to honor the sales.
Office Depot and its sister retailer OfficeMax have stopped using a technically dubious piece of malware-scanning software after two news services caught the stores recommending costly fixes for PC infections that didn't exist.
Microsoft has thrown its financial weight behind Linux, the operating system that rivals its own Windows.
Tesco bank's chief executive Benny Higgins said about 40,000 accounts saw suspicious transactions over the weekend, of which half had money taken.
The company responsible for the infamous exploding Galaxy Note7 is now recalling a whopping 2.8 million of its top-loading washing machines, for... well, exploding.
The Mythbuntu Linux OS that paired the MythTV Home Theatre PC software with an Ubuntu Linux base is being disbanded.
Nintendo’s NES Classic is, at its core, a Nintendo-approved NES emulator that comes with 30 ROMs.
While Ubuntu Phone continues to stew, bereft of new devices and with little developer interest, other efforts to create a fully-fledged Linux smartphone are picking up pace. Chief among them is KDE Plasma Mobile.
Join Jenn Wagar and Carrie Webb as they sit down for a heart-to-heart discussion each week, addressing many of the issues Christians face in their day to day lives, and building your faith and focus through relevant conversation.
Being an effective witness for Christ starts with one truth: the Bible is the infallible Word of Almighty God. Join Carrie Webb, along with her father and guest, Rob Webb, as we explore the divine nature of the Word of God.
Let's carry on building the mine under our survival house. We'll lay down a ton of ladders and dig down until we find a cavern to turn into our main mine.
On this episode we'll learn:
- Crafting stronger tools
- Mining resources such as coal, iron and silver
- Crafting torches to add light to your structures and mine
- Finding a cavern to build your underground mine