iOS 12 won't support group FaceTime calls at launch

iOS 12 won't support group FaceTime calls at launch

One of iOS 12's great new features has been delayed and nobody's saying why.
By Vaughn Highfield Aug 15 2018, 9:19AM
Is a Nintendo Switch Virtual Console coming as Nintendo bans retro ROM resources?

Is a Nintendo Switch Virtual Console coming as Nintendo bans retro ROM resources?

Why is Nintendo only paying attention to retro ROM websites ahead of the launch of Nintendo Switch Online?
By Vaughn Highfield Aug 15 2018, 9:14AM
Mobile apps now most common method of fraud

Mobile apps now most common method of fraud

RSA Security report highlights the rise in burner devices and rogue apps.
By Staff Writer Aug 15 2018, 9:01AM
Nvidia reveals Turing GPUs, the chip at the heart of its series 11 cards

Nvidia reveals Turing GPUs, the chip at the heart of its series 11 cards

Nvidia's latest GPU technology is six times more powerful than Pascal and utilises AI technologies.
By Staff Writer Aug 15 2018, 9:01AM
Nvidia's new GPUs can handle real-time ray tracing

Nvidia's new GPUs can handle real-time ray tracing

Quadro RTX 5000, 6000 and 8000 are powered by Nvidia's new Turing architecture.
By Staff Writer Aug 15 2018, 9:01AM
One Minute Review: Razer Goliathus Chroma mouse pad

One Minute Review: Razer Goliathus Chroma mouse pad

You may not need an RGB-lit mouse pad, but there's no denying it looks cool.
By Ben Mansill Aug 14 2018, 12:09PM
Hackers cause most data breaches, but accidents by normal people aren’t far behind

Hackers cause most data breaches, but accidents by normal people aren’t far behind

Never attribute to malice what can be explained by stupidity.
By Nicholas Patterson Aug 14 2018, 12:03PM
Review: We Happy Few

Review: We Happy Few

If you could take a pill to make it all go away, would you?
By Adam Cook Aug 14 2018, 11:49AM
Head2Head: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 vs Galaxy S9+

Head2Head: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 vs Galaxy S9+

Which of Samsung's extra-large phones is worth your extra cash?
By Andrew Hayward Aug 14 2018, 11:39AM
AMD reveals 2nd-gen Ryzen Threadripper 2

AMD reveals 2nd-gen Ryzen Threadripper 2

Thirty-two cores; no waiting; all the power. But it's not for everyone...
By Ben Mansill Aug 14 2018, 11:11AM
Black Hat USA 2018: Car hackers Miller and Valasek now using their skills for good

Black Hat USA 2018: Car hackers Miller and Valasek now using their skills for good

The old phrase that it's hard to teach an old dog new tricks may not be as accurate as one might have thought, as the notorious car hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek gave a talk this week.
By Doug Olenick Aug 14 2018, 11:04AM
Spotify may soon let free users skip ads

Spotify may soon let free users skip ads

A test run in here in Australia shows Spotify is eyeing up ad skipping for free-tier users.
By Vaughn Highfield Aug 14 2018, 10:47AM
Microsoft’s AI can create decent Chinese poetry from just a few images

Microsoft’s AI can create decent Chinese poetry from just a few images

Will machine learning join the literary canon?
By Emma Sims Aug 14 2018, 10:42AM
Vimeo joins Facebook, Apple and YouTube in snubbing Infowars' Alex Jones, as Twitter faces protest for failure to ban

Vimeo joins Facebook, Apple and YouTube in snubbing Infowars' Alex Jones, as Twitter faces protest for failure to ban

Tech titans are making it clear the right wing conspiracy theorist isn’t welcome on their platforms.
By Emma Sims Aug 14 2018, 10:33AM
Google will track you even when you’ve told it not to

Google will track you even when you’ve told it not to

No means yes, according to Alphabet’s baby.
By Emma Sims Aug 14 2018, 10:26AM
Explainer: What is 4D printing?

Explainer: What is 4D printing?

4D printing adds the dimension of transformation over time to 3D printed objects.
By Staff Writer Aug 14 2018, 9:07AM
Vulnerabilities in fax machines can allow an attacker to infiltrate a network

Vulnerabilities in fax machines can allow an attacker to infiltrate a network

All-in-ones should now be considered a possible infiltration vector into the corporate network, researchers warn.
By Staff Writer Aug 14 2018, 9:07AM
iOS 12 hands-on: 6 things we love (and 3 we don’t) about Apple’s latest OS

iOS 12 hands-on: 6 things we love (and 3 we don’t) about Apple’s latest OS

Productivity and reading more vs. evil gestures and absent apps.
By Craig Grannell Aug 13 2018, 2:47PM