The spread of the malicious software (malware), nicknamed WannaCry or WannaCrypt, has been halted several times by researchers who have identified flaws in the program known as kill switches.
Gartner’s latest figures show that Intel was the biggest semiconductor vendor in the world in 2016.
Universum Global has released the results of its latest employer attractiveness survey, which focussed on tertiary students and young professionals.
Microsoft has announced that three versions of Linux are coming to the Windows Store.
Cloudflare has put up $50,000 in rewards to help it battle Blackbird Tech in a patent lawsuit it was slapped with on 20 March.
Global demand for gaming PCs is expected to continue its booming growth, according to Dell.
The Telkom Digital Gaming League has rebranded and partnered with SuperSport to air its upcoming Dota 2 and CS:GO tournaments.
It’s not just the upper crust of high finance who can benefit from this new technology.
Effective Measure has released its website traffic statistics for April 2017.
Take a look at how the cybercriminal underground will operate in the future, and how police around the world must cooperate to fight back.
Here’s how more companies can boost their cybersecurity preparedness without breaking the bank.
Google is taking aim at annoying page jumps, which typically happen when a website inserts an image or other content above the visible area, pushing down what’s on the screen.
Google has revealed the performance specifications of its Tensor Processing Unit.
A Californian court has granted Blizzard a judgement against Bossland, a German bot maker, reported TorrentFreak.
Mad Catz Interactive has ceased all operations and filed for bankruptcy.
Here is how to best protect your data.
Google has announced that Chrome 57 will throttle individual background tabs by limiting the timer fire rate for background tabs using excessive power.
The Irdeto Global Consumer Piracy Survey has found that 52% of individuals surveyed watch pirated video content.
Microsoft is showing adverts for its OneDrive cloud storage service in Windows File Explorer.
Google and Microsoft have agreed to demote search results from copyright-infringing websites in the UK.