Indonesia is the latest nation to hit the hammer on social media after the government restricted the use of WhatsApp and Instagram following deadly riots yesterday.
Chip designer ARM has suspended business with Huawei, threatening the Chinese company's ability to create its own chips.
In a blog post today, Google disclosed that it recently discovered a bug that caused some portion of G Suite users to have their passwords stored in plain text.
Photonic integrated circuits, or optical chips, promise a host of advantages over their electronic counterparts, including reduced power consumption and processing speedups.
Windows 10 has a bug with system restore which happens to be a show-stopper that prevents your PC from even booting up, although fortunately there's action you can take to get around this.
The smart speaker business is booming in China with a 500% year-on-year growth in the first quarter of 2019.
There's no doubt we have too much plastic in our oceans, and it's all our fault.
Huawei, Samsung and Qualcomm already introduced their chipsets with support for 5G modems, and Mediatek is about to follow that example.
The Solar System might be a soggier place than we previously thought - even in the glacially cold reaches of the Kuiper Belt. There, dwarf planet Pluto could be harbouring liquid oceans under a shell of nitrogen ice.
An ancient burial practice involving the use of massive stone jars seems to have been more widespread in Southeast Asia than once assumed, owing to a surprising trove of new discoveries in Laos.
J.D. Power's latest study shows high-tech cars cause headaches.
A reader at the TechPowerUp forums reportedly stumbled on a mysterious AMD Radeon RX 640 graphics card during a routine installation of the AMD Radeon Adrenalin Edition 19.4.3 graphics driver. Additionally, there were also mention of the AMD Radeon 630, Radeon 625 and Radeon 620.
The technology promises to churn out processors that use 50 percent less power than Samsung's current 7nm chipmaking process, while offering a 35 percent performance increase. Expect it to go into mass production in 2021.
$2.5 Trillion Breathing Problem? Ocean Plastic Endangers Bacteria that Create Oxygen Necessary for LifeMay 17, 2019
It's already been cast as an economic villain, to the tune of $2.5 trillion, disrupting "almost all marine ecosystem services" and suffocating every industry it touches.