A vulnerability which could divert traffic to launch cyberattacks has been mitigated two weeks after public disclosure.
A well built comfortable set of Bluetooth 4.0 foldable headphones deliver a wide sound range and long battery life for a good price.
Notable security news items for the week ending August 28, 2015. Covers enterprise, application and mobile security, reports and more.
Nokia hopes to win the approval of China's regulators with a new joint venture with Chinese investment firm Huaxin.
The flagship phone segment can be cutthroat, so Acer is bringing two phones for those not wanting to spend a lot to avoid a carrier contract.
Time's up for companies using Flash ads to reach 15 percent of the world's desktop browsers.
The XXE security flaw could result in user information leaks and theft.
EMC and VMware are reportedly pondering ways to get back together. Such a deal would cost the combined entity time as the enterprise market transforms and may only lead to a HP Enterprise merger.
Don't worry though - these rigs still have a human driver onboard.
The conventional wisdom is that the Samsung Galaxy Edge+ would top its more business-focused sibling Note 5. However, the stylus wins in the end.