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The PC was supposed to die a decade ago. Instead, this happened
Not all that long ago, tech pundits were convinced that by 2020 the personal computer as we know it would be extinct. You can ...
New ransomware attacks target your NAS devices, backup storage
The number of ransomware strains targeting NAS and backup storage devices is growing, with users "unprepared" for the threat, ...
12 gifts for the holidays: Between Apple, Google, DJI, and Amazon there’s something for everyone
The holidays are upon us, and that means it's time to go shopping. Tech gifts usually sit near the top of everyone's list, ...
Top gadgets for the security and privacy conscious (or the super paranoid!)
Paranoid that "they" are watching your every move? Or maybe you're just security-conscious and like to maintain a high level ...
How a senior technician future-proofed himself with VR
Alberto Lopez, a senior motion designer for military and commercial telecom provider Viasat, knew that to future-proof ...
Amazon CTO Werner Vogels: Industry 4.0 requires way more data
With advances in manufacturing driven by smart devices, IoT, automation and data analytics, many have heralded the beginning ...
Your next iPhone may not have a Lightning port
How attached are you to your iPhone's Lightning port? Do you use it to connect to devices and peripherals, or perhaps even ...
Ten cool and useful gadgets that make great last-minute gifts, and all are under $50
Sometimes it can be hard to separate quality gadgets from the sea of mediocre stuff that's out there on the market. This is ...
Qualcomm launches Snapdragon 8c, 7c platforms aimed at mainstream PC market
Qualcomm has lined up its Snapdragon platform to take on the likes of Intel and AMD in PCs, but it remains to be seen if the ...
Intel's horrible, bad, terrible week amid AWS, Qualcomm's Arm moves
Intel is not having a good week. In fact, the chip giant appears to be surrounded by Arm, giant customers like AWS building ...
ADHA to find new CEO as Tim Kelsey steps down
The Australian Digital Health Agency Board (ADHA) has announced the resignation of its CEO, Tim Kelsey, who took on the post ...
Chinese government to replace foreign hardware and software within three years
Beijing officials have ordered all government offices and public institutions to replace foreign hardware and software with ...