Wants a golden age for high-performance embedded processors
AMD has expanded its Epyc and Ryzen product lines to create what it is calling a "new age for high-performance embedded processors".
Could be collecting data on your past downloads
A Google security researcher has found multiple security flaws affecting the uTorrent web and desktop client that allow an attacker to infect a victim with malware or collect data on the users' past downloads.
Hopes to exorcise the spectre in the machine
Chipzilla has announced the availability of a new "microcode solution" to the Spectre vulnerability. The updated firmware applies to 6th, 7th and 8th Generation Intel Core devices.
One zettabyte in one gram of DNA
Irish boffins may have come up with a storage solution which puts data in DNA.
Now he is suing too
A former Google engineer is suing the company for discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination after he responded with internal posts and memes to racist and sexist encounters within the company and the general response to the James Damore memo.
You are doomed says AI expert
Kai-Fu Lee, the founder and CEO of Sinovation Ventures and president of the Sinovation Ventures Artificial Intelligence Institute, believes that we're not ready for the massive societal upheavals on the way.
No plans to make an actual product
The tech press became rather excited last week when Intel started showing off a new GPU with some even claiming it would change the industry. It turns out that Intel has no real interest in changing the industry for now.
Software services sector expected to grow again next year
India’s software services exports will see revenue growth of 7-9 percent in constant currency terms in the fiscal year to March 2019 after one of its worst years ever.
Feel the wrath of the Apple fanboy
A North Korean cyber espionage group which has customarily only been interested in South Korea’s government and private sector deepened its sophistication and hit further afield including in Japan and the Middle East in 2017, security researchers said.
Power to do anything
The rise of AI will make hackers even more powerful as they will exploit the technology to mount automated hacking attacks, cause driverless car crashes or turn commercial drones into targeted weapons, a new report warns.