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
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
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
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
Explainer: What is RAM?

Explainer: What is RAM?

We explain what RAM is and how it differs from other types of computer memory.
By Staff Writer Aug 13 2018, 8:15AM
Amazon moves to make Alexa available for all car makers

Amazon moves to make Alexa available for all car makers

Alexa Auto SDK added to GitHub for developers that want a Knight Rider style car.
By Staff Writer Aug 13 2018, 8:08AM
Smart city hacks could turn criminals into "supervillains"

Smart city hacks could turn criminals into "supervillains"

Researchers say hackers could exploit vulnerabilities to mask flood warnings and sow chaos.
By Staff Writer Aug 13 2018, 8:08AM
Why YouTube is overtaking Facebook as the US's second most visited website

Why YouTube is overtaking Facebook as the US's second most visited website

Google still reigns supreme.
By Staff Writer Aug 10 2018, 11:00AM
A look at Duplex, Google's creepy AI chatbot

A look at Duplex, Google's creepy AI chatbot

Google can now use artificial intelligence to make phone calls on your behalf, but is it clever or alarming?
By Staff Writer Aug 10 2018, 10:32AM
WhatsApp exploit lets hackers manipulate group chat messages

WhatsApp exploit lets hackers manipulate group chat messages

Researchers say the flaw could be used to spread fake news across the platform.
By Staff Writer Aug 10 2018, 10:31AM
Unboxed Pixel 3 XL images leaked online

Unboxed Pixel 3 XL images leaked online

Google's flagship device is not due for release till October but pictures of it's design and accessories have been found online.
By Staff Writer Aug 10 2018, 10:31AM
Elon Musk: Taking Tesla private is best path the company

Elon Musk: Taking Tesla private is best path the company

He claims "wild swings" in stock price have distracted the company from long-term goals.
By Staff Writer Aug 9 2018, 12:27PM
Android Q: What will it be called?

Android Q: What will it be called?

Android Pie has arrived, which means it's time for the name game again!
By Staff Writer Aug 8 2018, 10:22AM
Facebook will revamp Pages for small businesses to fight declining organic reach

Facebook will revamp Pages for small businesses to fight declining organic reach

Snapchat-like stories and "action buttons" comprise some of the new changes aimed at boosting engagement.
By Staff Writer Aug 8 2018, 9:01AM
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release date revealed

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release date revealed

The Note 9 will launch at Samsung's New York event on 9 August.
By Staff Writer Aug 8 2018, 9:01AM
FCC admits net neutrality DDoS attack was work of fiction

FCC admits net neutrality DDoS attack was work of fiction

FCC chairman Ajit Pai pins error on former CIO providing "inaccurate information".
By Staff Writer Aug 8 2018, 9:01AM
Avast pulls latest CCleaner update following privacy outrage

Avast pulls latest CCleaner update following privacy outrage

Version 5.45 made changes to data collection and removed privacy settings from its free version altogether.
By Staff Writer Aug 7 2018, 9:21AM
Hackers use 200,000 insecure Brazilian routers to mine cryptocurrencies

Hackers use 200,000 insecure Brazilian routers to mine cryptocurrencies

The attack exploits a flaw that was previously patched.
By Staff Writer Aug 6 2018, 9:13AM
Apple become the world's first trillion-dollar company

Apple become the world's first trillion-dollar company

iPhone maker in rude health as its rising share prices hit a landmark valuation.
By Staff Writer Aug 6 2018, 9:13AM