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Pornhub users hijacked by malvertising campaign malware infections

Pornhub users hijacked by malvertising campaign malware infections

Kovter Group malvertising campaign put millions at risk of ad fraud malware infections. Fake browser updates hoodwink users into installing malware.
By Rene Millman Oct 10 2017, 10:56AM
You can now hack your SNES Classic Mini to get more games

You can now hack your SNES Classic Mini to get more games

Want more games on your SNES Mini? Hackchi2 lets you do just that - but it will void your warranty!
By Staff Writer Oct 10 2017, 10:16AM
Microsoft retires Windows Phone

Microsoft retires Windows Phone

Redmond will only issue security updates now.
By Staff Writer Oct 10 2017, 9:02AM
BlackBerry to launch Android phone with no keyboard

BlackBerry to launch Android phone with no keyboard

Blackberry Motion's Locker Mode secures sensitive data on the device.
By Staff Writer Oct 10 2017, 9:02AM
Microsoft Edge is coming to Android and iOS

Microsoft Edge is coming to Android and iOS

The app will feature strong integrations with Windows 10.
By Adam Shepherd Oct 9 2017, 12:18PM
Happy 20th birthday PC & Tech Authority magazine!

Happy 20th birthday PC & Tech Authority magazine!

With our double-decade anniversary comes a fresh new look for the magazine and site!
By Ben Mansill Oct 9 2017, 12:09PM
New Radeon Software Crimson ReLive software out now

New Radeon Software Crimson ReLive software out now

New video drivers add support for Warhammer II, and fix F1 2017 issues.
By David Hollingworth Oct 9 2017, 11:50AM
Keep your footage buttery smooth with the all-in-one Removu K1

Keep your footage buttery smooth with the all-in-one Removu K1

It's like walking on sunshine.
By Matt Tate Oct 9 2017, 11:20AM
Seagate reveals new 12TB drives for desktop and NAS devices

Seagate reveals new 12TB drives for desktop and NAS devices

Surely 12TB is enough for anyone...
By David Hollingworth Oct 9 2017, 10:49AM
Windows Firewall Control 5 released, extends protection offered by built-in firewall

Windows Firewall Control 5 released, extends protection offered by built-in firewall

Why does anyone need a third-party firewall when Windows offers one of its own? Good question...
By Nick Peers Oct 9 2017, 10:47AM
Kaspersky Labs denies report its software was used to hack NSA

Kaspersky Labs denies report its software was used to hack NSA

Russian hackers used a Kaspersky Labs antivirus product to steal hacking tools from the National Security Agency, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, subsequently denied by Eugene Kaspersky.
By Doug Olenick Oct 9 2017, 10:40AM
Are algorithms making us W.E.I.R.D.?

Are algorithms making us W.E.I.R.D.?

Western, educated, industrialised, rich and democratic (WEIRD) norms are distorting the cultural perspective of new technologies
By Staff Writer Oct 9 2017, 10:14AM
China approves HP's $1.1bn buyout of Samsung's printer business

China approves HP's $1.1bn buyout of Samsung's printer business

Although a number of caveats have been placed on the final deal.
By Staff Writer Oct 9 2017, 8:58AM
Autonomous cars may prompt the changing of Australian drink-driving laws

Autonomous cars may prompt the changing of Australian drink-driving laws

The rise of autonomous vehicles could significantly change future driving laws
By Staff Writer Oct 9 2017, 8:58AM
PAX Australia exhibitor lineup and panels announced

PAX Australia exhibitor lineup and panels announced

Well, you're either going or you're not, but it's nice to see what you can do while you're there...
By Tim Henderson Oct 6 2017, 2:38PM
iPhone 8 Plus devices appear to be cracking open

iPhone 8 Plus devices appear to be cracking open

More users report their iPhone 8 Plus phones are splitting open when charging.
By Rene Millman Oct 6 2017, 1:00PM
Project Hubbard celebrates a retrogaming chip-tune legend with new SIDs, a C64 game – and an orchestra

Project Hubbard celebrates a retrogaming chip-tune legend with new SIDs, a C64 game – and an orchestra

Sounds like the 1980s...
By Craig Grannell Oct 6 2017, 11:34AM
NBNwatch: It's all hopelessly politicised

NBNwatch: It's all hopelessly politicised

The joint standing committee’s report reveals the core of the NBN's problems.
By James Pinnell Oct 6 2017, 10:52AM
Russians hacked smartphones of 4,000 NATO troops

Russians hacked smartphones of 4,000 NATO troops

NATO troops' smartphones are under attack by Russian hackers bent on obtaining information on and exploiting soldiers as well as getting a handle on NATO military capabilities.
By Teri Robinson Oct 6 2017, 10:39AM
Your smartphone could be to blame for your bad mood

Your smartphone could be to blame for your bad mood

New research suggests that a third of mobile notifications make people a little bit sadder.
By Staff Writer Oct 6 2017, 10:32AM