The DOJ announced that it arrested the two Romanian hackers that were able to hack into Washington DC's surveillance cameras earlier this year.
Intel has released details of its Goldmont Plus microarchitecture.
Over the last few months, we've seen multiple reports of websites using cryptocurrency mining scripts that load along with the website and use visitors' CPU cycles to mine various cryptocurrencies. Here's how to stop them.
It might sound like a tax software, but Infarex is actually the name Adata chose for its newest gaming peripherals: the M10 mouse and R10 mousepad.
On the verge of CES 2018, DeepCool has finally announced the release of a product that was revealed at CES 2017.
Plextor just leaked M9Pe 1TB NVMe SSD performance numbers to the world. The leak comes ahead of the January 2 release and prior to the CES showing.
The DDMicro is a new wireless compact keyboard that features a unique 4 x 14 key 50% layout that can be changed depending on the plate you choose.
After a programmer recently revealed a fingerprint authentication-bypass flaw for the LastPass Authenticator app, LastPass acknowledged the vulnerability and released a fix.
Pico Technology revised its Neo CV standalone headset ahead of release. The updated headset is more powerful than the one that Pico announced in January, and it includes update controllers that don’t require external camera sensors.
Powercast announced that its newer and small-size PowerSpot transmitter was recently approved by the FCC. The transmitter can deliver up to 3W of power at a distance of up to 80-feet, but that sort of range will only benefit small IoT sensors.
Silicon Motion's next-generation NVMe controllers are starting to show up in China. The new controllers will help fuel the next round of performance wars, this time on the NVMe battlefield.
Gigabyte has also started something like a mass production of its own graphics card models with AMD's Vega-Chip and we have managed to get both, the Gigabyte RX Vega56 and the Vega64 Gaming OC, as final retail cards and to be faster than Chinese miners.
Specifically designed for M.2 SSDs, this kit provides an anodized heatsink, thermal pads for both single- and double-sided M.2 SSDs, and silicone bands for easy, non-permanent installation that won’t damage your drive.
Pimax revealed its plans for CES 2018, and the update indicates that Kickstarter backers shouldn’t expect to have a headset in their hands in January. The company’s current roadmap pins the production schedule for the spring.
WattUp is now the first long-range wireless charging technology to have been approved by the FCC. WattUp can charge devices wirelessly at up to three feet, but the technology doesn't come without its own compromises.
G.Skill announced yet another high-capacity SO-DIMM memory kit, claiming that it too is the “world’s fastest.”
We got some hands-on typing time with the Kailh PG1350 switches on Havit and Gamdias keyboards.
Asus redesigned the PCB on its ROG Strix GTX 1080 Ti, and EKWB is not too happy about it.
Trend Micro found a cryptocurrency-mining botnet spreading through Facebook Messenger. The malware would appear as a fake video link, which would download itself on user's computers and propagate to the victim's Facebook friends via a Chrome extension.
HWiNFO has released the changelog of its latest 5.7 version, and it lists several exciting developments, including support for Intel's unreleased Ice Lake and Whiskey Lake processors as well as AMD's 400-Series motherboards.