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Korean carmaker does not reveal how much it is investing in the Southeast Asian ride-sharing operator, but says the two companies will jointly develop mobility... [Read More]
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Two companies have been brought to Singapore's state courts over a piracy lawsuit filed by a group that includes local pay TV operators Singtel and... [Read More]
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Skype Insider testers on Windows Desktops, iOS, Android, Linux, and Mac can start testing Microsoft's end-to-end encrypted Private Conversations feature. [Read More]
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The headlines are all about how the Meltdown and Spectre security vulnerabilities will affect Windows PCs, but the real problems are how these bugs will... [Read More]
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This is the best four bucks you'll ever spend on your phone. Or your car. [Read More]
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Intel's artificial intelligence partnership with Ferrari, announced at CES 2018, will involve aerial footage captured via drones, which will then be mixed and curated to... [Read More]
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From connected mannequins to connected mattresses, from hyperloop tubes to roll-up TVs, our journalists scoured CES for the products that matter for professionals and businesses. [Read More]
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Huawei's budget brand delivers great features and performance, effectively rivalling its own flagship handset. [Read More]
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It will feature the largest on-site blackwater recycling system in a commercial high-rise building in the US. [Read More]
Here's everything you need to know about securely wiping hard drives (HDDs), solid state drives (SSDs), flash drives, and even iOS and Android devices. [Read More]
By combining big data and machine learning with its security tools, FireEye is looking to thwart more next-gen threats. [Read More]
Ever since we posted our NAS series, we've been asked whether it's better to build or buy your own NAS. In this article, David Gewirtz... [Read More]
You still need gestures, but mind-controlled menu selection could make you far more efficient, says Microsoft. [Read More]
With all the hub-bub about Meltdown and Spectre, AMD CPUs are widely regarded as being perfectly safe. Well AMD chips may be safer, but they're... [Read More]
Google wants the whole industry to adopt its Retpoline fixes for Variant 2 of the Meltdown-Spectre bugs. [Read More]
Latin America head Masazumi Takata takes over as interim leader for operations in the country. [Read More]
Researchers at F-Secure warn that laptops can potentially be vulnerable to attack which can be carried out in under a minute. [Read More]
The new PiServer package included in the latest Raspbian x86 release provides a very powerful client management tool. Here's an example of how to configure... [Read More]
Older Broadwell and Haswell chips have been taking a hit from Intel's CPU patch. [Read More]
Instead of focusing on single-digit percentage increases in performance, a bigger question needs to be asked: Is it safe? [Read More]
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