Following a personal (yet very public) invitation from Patrick Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg will be returning to the character of Guinan in Star Trek: Picard.
Hey Windows users: Are you still using Internet Explorer? Stop it! There's yet another zero-day exploit that will give hackers the ability to remotely take over your computer.
Pine64's $200 pro-grade Linux laptop is now available with a US keyboard, and customers who pre-ordered theirs are receiving the first shipment now.
A security shocker out of Microsoft as it has been revealed that 250 million customer records have been exposed online.
Not to create false hope, but this is too huge not to mention: Scientists at Cardiff University have discovered a part of our immune system that can kill prostate, breast, lung and other cancers in lab tests.
HP is fighting a very real environmental problem by building their laptops out of ocean-bound plastics.
A new Linux laptop has launched that blows the Macbook Pro out of the water.
For the first time, BBC News published a news story for every constituency that declared election results overnight - all written by a computer.
A Russian police raid on Nginx's Moscow office last Thursday has raised concerns among users of the popular web and proxy server software.
Linux has destroyed every competing OS in the supercomputer market, taking a 100% share of the top 500.
Remember when the owner of cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX passed away, taking hundreds of millions in customer crypto to the grave with him? Now, investors are beginning to wonder if he actually died, or if he just took the money and ran.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin, co-founders of Google have stepped down from their positions as its CEO and President, respectively, with immediate effect at its parent company, Alphabet Inc.
Mexican Cops Have Pre-Ordered a Fleet of Cybertrucks.
Governments in the UK, US and Australia have asked Facebook, in an open letter, to roll back plans to bring end-to-end encryption to all of its platforms.
Google is showing off stunning new augmented reality features coming to web and mobile apps soon.
After analyzing a database containing 3 billion leaked credentials from security breaches, the Microsoft threat research team determined more than 44 million user accounts had a serious security problem. We'll tell you what you need to know.
Intel is making LIDAR affordable, with a new palm-sized camera.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk suggested late Tuesday that his company had now received 250,000 pre-orders for the Cybertruck, its “Blade Runner”-inspired electric pickup. Tesla’s unveil event for its first pickup truck was marred by the vehicle’s windows breaking when an executive threw a metal ball at them in an effort to demonstrate their unbreakability. As it turns out, the same test was performed before the event, and went perfectly. The car’s trapezoid shape was also mocked in various memes. Even the official social media pages of LEGO had their go at the Cybertruck, but included innovative modular roof racks. Mr. Musk has said on Twitter that the reason Cybertruck is so planar is that you can't stamp ultra-hard 30X steel, because it breaks the stamping press. Despite the initial social media storm of people mocking the truck's design, others have praised the Cybertruck for bringing something new to the table.
WyzeCam owners will soon find an update removes the AI-driven person detection from their device due to the unexpected termination of the agreement Wyze had with their AI provider. In Wyze's commitment to offer the feature for free, they are starting their own AI division to bring back person detection and other AI improvements to the motion detection. Wyze is being praised by its users on social media for their transparency through what is no doubt a difficult situation for their staff. The new firmware which removes the AI features is planned for mid-January 2020. There is no ETA yet as to when their new in-house solution will be ready.
The Department of National Defense is joining the fight against 5G, citing risks to GPS and military operations.
Google is serious about ensuring the Pixel line of Android phones is secure. They've announced that they'll pay security researchers up to $1.5 million to find hacks and exploits.
The official site for the Monero digital coin was hacked to deliver currency-stealing malware to users who were downloading wallet software.
Wouldn't it be nice if there was a Facebook rival? Well, there is! And it's founded by the guy who built Wikipedia.
A new AI is combining machine learning and computer vision to detect drowning people in real time. By using object recognition, it's able to tell if a person is swimming normally, or if they are at risk of drowning. What's best is that Drowning-Detector is open source, and can run on a single board computer such as the Raspberry Pi.
A secretive clean energy company backed by Bill Gates has created a way to use mirrors and artificial intelligence to harness the heat of the sun, replacing the need to use fossil fuels industrial heat applications, cut back on CO2 emissions. Their invention creates concentrated solar energy so hot that they can manufacture steel, glass and cement with a carbon-free source that had not been available before.
Thousands Of Disney+ Accounts Are Already Up For Sale On Hacking Forums.
IoT doorbell, Ring, had a bug in its configuration app which sent Wi-Fi setup information unencrypted to some doorbell devices, exposing customers' home networks.
GitHub Will Preserve Open Source Code In An Arctic Vault.