All your need is a screwdriver
A team of Aussie and Kiwi cyber security experts at CyberCX can hack their way into any older laptop with just a screwdriver and a six-pack of DB.
Keeping AMD from getting a bit too hot
Motherboard makers have quickly responded to ‘Ryzen burn out’ issues and issued new BIOS downloads to fix the problem.
Chipzilla plays it down
Intel's Alder Lake BIOS source code has been leaked to 4chan and Github, with the 6GB file containing tools and code for building and optimising BIOS/UEFI images.
On 70 of its laptops
Lenovo has released a security advisory to inform customers that more than 70 of its laptops are affected by a UEFI/BIOS vulnerability that can lead to arbitrary code execution.
We have listened to concerns
AMD is reversing its decision to limit the BIOSes on the 400-series chipsets.
Sorry Babbage machine owners you are not supported any more
Chipzilla plans to remove old drivers and BIOS updates from its official website.
For its AM4 motherboard lineup
Asus has announced that it has released BIOS updates for its entire AM4 motherboard lineup which bring support for AMD's Raven Ridge APUs, also known as Ryzen 2000 series CPUs with Radeon Vega graphics.
BIOS updates for the entire AM4 lineup
MSI has released BIOS updates for its entire AM4 motherboard lineup, bringing both support for the upcoming Raven Ridge APUs as well as providing some other improvements.
Only UEFI support
Intel is planning to end "legacy BIOS" support in its new platforms by 2020 and will insist on UEFI Class 3 or higher.
Better support for future CPUs
According to the latest report, it appears that AMD is hard at work on its new AGESA 22.214.171.124 update which should pave the way for upcoming AM4 processors, like the Raven Ridge APUs and the Pinnacle Ridge CPUs.