Search engine Google has come up with a truly pitiful reason for treating women employees like second class citizens – it can’t search the data.
SSDs vulnerable to Rowhammer type attacks
NAND flash memory chips running solid-state drives (SSDs), include what could be called "programming vulnerabilities" that can be exploited to alter stored data or shorten the SSD's lifespan.
Ipad and iPhone might have crashed a plane
Fruity cargo-cult Apple has agreed to help a French inquiry into a plane crash.
I have Ryzen
AMD today announced it will hold a press conference and live webcast during Computex 2017 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Legal department is a bit too busy
Qualcomm's own shareholders have sued the chipmaker for creating too many lawsuits.
Could there be an ARM/Nvidia alliance forming?
Japanese tech giant SoftBank Group has acquired a $4 billion stake in Nvidia, making it the chipmaker's fourth largest shareholder.
It wanted the best
Nvidia is putting AMD under the bonnet of its “GeForce GTX Battlebox” PC – although obviously not its GPU gear.
Senate Intelligence Committee broadens Trump investigation
The Senate Intelligence Committee has widened its investigation into Russia's alleged meddling in last year's presidential election, to include security outfit Kaspersky Lab.
New survey shows
A new survey of security professionals reveals that 83 percent say that most of their time is wasted fixing the PCs of colleagues in other departments.
Improves virtualisation and DRAM
AMD is about to release a microcode update for its Ryzen processors which boosts virtualisation and allows manual configuration of 26 additional dynamic RAM (DRAM) parameters to let modules be run outside of JEDEC.