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Pokemon Go events: Grab a Super Incubator in Pokemon Go's Equinox Event

Pokemon Go events: Grab a Super Incubator in Pokemon Go's Equinox Event

Pokemon Go ushers in the start of autumn with a new seasonal event.
By Staff Writer Sep 22 2017, 1:15PM
Quality is more important than quantity in the connected home

Quality is more important than quantity in the connected home

The issue for home IOT devices is trust and ease of use says Kevin Cunningham, managing director at SQS, andperceived problems of the connected home, such as security issues and privacy issues, need to be addressed now.
By Kevin Cunningham Sep 13 2017, 11:13AM
Malicious replacement touchscreens could completely compromise phones

Malicious replacement touchscreens could completely compromise phones

Mobile users who substitute their damaged phone touchscreens or other hardware components with third-party replacements could be infecting their phones with malicious components.
By Bradley Barth Aug 28 2017, 12:56PM
Gigabyte's new Aorus PC case is all lit up

Gigabyte's new Aorus PC case is all lit up

RGB lighting continues to creep into every part of our PCs...
By David Hollingworth Aug 22 2017, 12:28PM
Lian Li's new PC-Q39 case is boxy, but good!

Lian Li's new PC-Q39 case is boxy, but good!

And it packs a tempered glass side panel.
By David Hollingworth Aug 17 2017, 1:04PM
Malicious PowerPoint slide show files deliver REMCOS RAT

Malicious PowerPoint slide show files deliver REMCOS RAT

Malware distributors are now maliciously crafting PowerPoint Open XML Slide Show (PPSX) files to take advantage of a Microsoft Office vulnerability.
By Bradley Barth Aug 17 2017, 11:16AM
Fractal Design's new Meshify C case is designed for airflow

Fractal Design's new Meshify C case is designed for airflow

Also, to really, really upset my spell-schecker. But Fractal's new PC case also pretty smart, so we'll forgive it.
By David Hollingworth Aug 10 2017, 11:14AM
Evil twins NemucodAES and Kovter spreading in joint malware spam campaign

Evil twins NemucodAES and Kovter spreading in joint malware spam campaign

Ransomware teams up with click-fraud malware in double whammy combining NemucodeAES and Kovter to hit victims unawares.
By Rene Millman Jul 19 2017, 10:33AM
The future of wearables are super-accurate nanoscale sensors worn on the skin like plasters

The future of wearables are super-accurate nanoscale sensors worn on the skin like plasters

The sensor developed in Tokyo is said to be so light you'll forget you're wearing it.
By Staff Writer Jul 18 2017, 8:19AM
Give your text a spell and grammar check with Grammarly 1.5 for Windows and Mac

Give your text a spell and grammar check with Grammarly 1.5 for Windows and Mac

Correct spelling and grammar is something of a dying art these days...
By Nick Peers Jul 12 2017, 12:04PM
Lian Li releases all-white PC-T70 test bench chassis

Lian Li releases all-white PC-T70 test bench chassis

New white version of open test-bench also gets an optional cover for better thermal testing.
By David Hollingworth Jul 10 2017, 11:40AM
Asus release AMD and Nvidia-powered crypto-currency mining cards

Asus release AMD and Nvidia-powered crypto-currency mining cards

The Mining RX 470 and Mining P106 cards want to help you make money.
By David Hollingworth Jul 3 2017, 11:47AM
NotPetya: Researchers find 'kill switch',  then clash over naming

NotPetya: Researchers find 'kill switch', then clash over naming

Researchers claim to have found a 'killswitch' for NotPetya, but there seems to be disagreement over what to call it.
By Max Metzger Jun 29 2017, 10:34AM
Facebook hits 2 billion users, as it grapples with what it's become

Facebook hits 2 billion users, as it grapples with what it's become

Over a quarter of the world now uses Facebook. The company is finally coming to terms with that responsibility.
By Staff Writer Jun 29 2017, 8:58AM
Cougar's latest PC chassis is... let's say unique

Cougar's latest PC chassis is... let's say unique

The new Conquer PC case is an aggressively-styled open chassis made for gamers.
By David Hollingworth Jun 28 2017, 3:46PM
Debian developer warns of hyper-threading bug in Skylake and Kaby Lake processors

Debian developer warns of hyper-threading bug in Skylake and Kaby Lake processors

And the bug is, apparently, not limited to Linux systems.
By David Hollingworth Jun 27 2017, 11:55AM