BIOS is hacking gateway
Published in Motherboards


Flash will save every one of us

Security experts, Corey Kallenberg and Xeno Kovah have demonstrated a proof of concept hack which uses the BIOS chips that contain the firmware of a computer's motherboard.

Computers more intelligent than humans soon
Published in News


Bill Gates fears the end of humanity

Microsoft founder and philanthropist Sir William Gates III has joined the growing ranks of those who believe that artificial intelligence could result in the end of humanity.

Former AMD boss ends up in Dell
Published in News


Rory Read takes a jump to the left

It seems that if you have worked as a CEO for AMD you have to take a step down if you want to work for somewhere like the tin box shifter Dell.

Intel's Israel boss quits
Published in News


33 years at the helm

Intel Israel president, who oversaw many of Chipzilla's significant breakthroughs,  Molly Eden announced he is leaving the company after 33 years of service.

Intel Desktop Broadwell leaks
Published in Processors


The LGA1150 socket in Q2 15

Hacks working for the Chinese VR Zone  have found evidence that Intel will only be launching two Broadwell desktop processors in Q2 2015.

Samsung doing well stuffing modem and AP together
Published in News


One chip strategy

Samsung's new-model AP 'Exynos 7420,' which applied 14 nano FinFET is continuing the outfit's one chip plans by putting the modem and AP together.

Canadians get in on malware making
Published in News


We should blame Canada more often

The nation famous for not being America and thumping baby seals with baseball bats apparently conducts false flag cyber-attacks on other nations.

Big Blue suits will share technology with the Chinese
Published in News


China Blue 

CEO Virginia Rometty has said that the ever shrinking Big Blue will share technology with Chinese firms and will actively help build China's industry.

Apple faces Italian tax evasion charges
Published in News


Pasta La Vista baby

Italian coppers have enough evidence to charge the fruity cargo cult Apple with tax evasion.

Bloke makes killing hacking browsers
Published in News


Pawn2Own competition

A researcher made a fortune taking down the three major browsers, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and as well as Apple Safari, as part of Pwn2Own, the annual hacking contest.