The novel attack technique relies on Android developers which use lazy storage protocols.
The AU$7-a-month levy to subsidise the satellite and fixed-wireless networks is 'immaterial' to the challenges facing NBN's business case, according to Labor, with amendments needing to be made to the RBS Bill.
Softbank is in talks to invest up to $750 million. The figure is staggering, but so is what's at stake: A sizable portion of the $33B quick-serve pizza market.
And integration with enterprise software packages are likely to boost its bookings for enterprises even more.
Google has been working toward enabling Pixelbooks (and possibly other Chromebooks) to dual-boot Windows 10 via its 'Campfire' project, according to a report.
Today's the day you can pick up AMD's flagship Intel-beating 32-core, 64-thread 2nd-gen Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX.
To market its new Note 9, the Korean handset maker is again mocking Apple's Geniuses and suggesting they're not bright. They don't seem worried about it.
Nine years after tech companies first said they would standardize chargers, phone makers insist there's still no need to regulate.