A market for laptops protected from potential spying
San Francisco outfit Purism announced it is offering a range of notebooks with the despised Intel Management Engine disabled.
So much for cleaning out the swamp
Rather than sorting out the corrupt relationship between the US government and big corporations, it appears that the Senate wants to make it hard for consumers to sue financial companies who could not be bothered installing good IT security.
Close to solving the mystery why some batteries fail
Boffins from Stanford University and the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have come up with a new way to look inside a battery and find out why some fail.
One way or the other
By now, it is obvious that Nvidia has placed a block on GTX 1070 Ti factory-overclocking for its partners, but it appears that partners are finding different solutions to get their factory-overclocked versions to the market, one way or another.