It seems we have a veritable trend on our hands (well, under our hands), as this year Corsair, Razer, and the newly revived Mad Catz all showed off their own flagship mice featuring wireless power and connectivity.
Gigabyte announced new additions to its J and N series of embedded mini-ITX motherboards. The new platforms come with CPUs from Intel’s recently-announced Gemini Lake family, and replace the previous Apollo Lake-based boards.
The Windows 10 error "Page Fault In Nonpaged Area" usually results in a BSOD and can be quite frustrating to troubleshoot. The error is caused by Windows not finding a file within memory that it expects to find.
Here are all the new Thunderbolt 3-powered external graphics enclosures we saw at CES 2018.
Intel launched a new generation of RealSense depth cameras this week, and they feature stereo cameras, updated depth modules, and Intel RealSense D4 vision processors. But these cameras aren’t built for consumers; these are for developers.
The EFF and Lookout uncovered a mobile espionage campaign on a global scale, called Dark Caracal.
AMD and Enmotus partner to offer two tiering/caching software options on AMD platforms.
NZXT heard what you said about its new N7 Z370 motherboard, and it still hopes to make things right.
The headline of this driver release is probably the fix for crashing DX9 games, an incident which began with Adrenalin 17.12.1.
The U.S. Senate extended warrantless surveillance for another six years with no debate and no reforms. The EFF promised to redouble its efforts to fight the NSA in the future.
Dell announced that it would begin selling Meta 2 Augmented Reality developer kits next month. The company wants to make AR more accessible and plans to offer the Meta 2 headset with and without bundled computers.
Trend Micro reveals that a Russian government-linked cyber espionage group, Pawn Storm, has been targeting U.S. Senate email systems. The group is responsible for phishing attacks against political organizations from multiple countries.
Crytek announced that interested PC gamers can now sign up for the closed alpha for its upcoming shooter, 'Hunt: Showdown.'
Intel's reboot problems also impact Kaby Lake, Skylake, Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge processors.
Samsung announced that it has started mass production of 16Gb (2GB) GDDR6 memory chips.
Two law firms have announced their intention to file class-action lawsuits against AMD. The firms claim the company failed to disclose knowledge of its products’ Spectre vulnerability.
A new growing botnet is targeting machines running the Ethereum mining software called “Claymore Miner” and hijacking them to mine for someone else.
Supermicro had its new C9X299-PG300 motherboard that supports Intel Core X-Series CPUs with up to a 300W TDP.
Senate Democrats are on the verge of achieving a majority vote that could eventually restore the consumer protections. At the same time, 22 states are suing to block the FCC’s repeal decision.
Cloudflare Access allows companies to easily shift to a "perimeter-less" network security architecture, where each device is considered not to be secure and requires authentication. The model, called BeyondCorp, was invented by Google.