Two of the vulnerabilities have achieved a rating of 10 and 9.9 in severity.
Spin-off from Zeus malware adds features which make it look more like an espionage tool rather than malware for just stealing bank details.
Microsoft's newest addition to the Surface line is a 15-inch beast with surprisingly good battery life.
General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is coming. Here's what it means, how it'll impact individuals and businesses.
The customer data platform is offering new features to comply with the impending rules, which fit into the platform's focus on first-party data.
Google and Amazon patch 20 million smart speakers that were vulnerable to serious Bluetooth attack.
Game testing requires more than just the ability to play games. A successful candidate must be able to identify, isolate, and explain bugs and design flaws as part of the development team. This kit contains...
OnePlus will roll out a fix for a serious flaw in a diagnostics app that some argue shouldn't even be on devices.
As driverless technologies improve, cars will likely become more of a membership perk than objects of ownership.
The November launch of Apple's iPhone X combined with hurricanes and natural disasters put the kibosh on stronger revenue gains, but Best Buy's omnichannel moves pay off.
Google Maps is adding more icons and changing the places of interest it highlights in various modes.
The move ends a five-year deal with Yahoo.
From Stuxnet to Ukraine, hackers are ramping up attacks against infrastructure such as energy grids. Forrester's Merritt Maxim explained who is behind the attacks and what weapons they're using.
After a user accidentally stole and froze funds in over 500 wallets, a solution is yet to be found.
The trend is moving in one direction: Everyone will be offering on-demand, no Prime membership required
Inmarsat and Thales will provide Emirates' new Boeing 777X aircraft with on-board satellite technology providing customers with speeds of up to 50Mbps by 2020.
New provisions that have been added to the Competition and Consumer Act will enable the ACCC to address future machine-powered anti-competitive conduct, chair Rod Sims has said.