The January 2020 end-of-support date for Windows 7 was expected to have a major impact on elections in the U.S. and other countries around the world. Today's announcement means those voting systems will receive free updates through the end of the year.
Can AI create better priests? Are we prepared to worship via machines rather than fallible humans? A Villanova University professor believes a post-human priesthood has its advantages.
Elliot Gunton and Anthony Tyler Nashatka charged for 2015 EtherDelta hack.
Surveillance isn't just the purview of nation-states and government agencies -- sometimes, it is closer to home.
Apple just announced the first iPhone with a Pro name. But is it really that much better than the iPhone XS?
German government is too dependent on "single software providers", but changing that will be difficult and costly.
If you can overlook the absence of Google's apps and services, Huawei's Mate 30 series has a lot to offer. It's a big ask though.
As GDPR celebrates it's year of existence, Tonya Hall talks to Peter Yared, founder and CEO of InCountry, to learn more about how the struggles companies have faced in the last year as they try to maintain data security compliancy.
Google Assistant could take the hassle out of texting on the two new basic flip phones from TCL.