Samsung announces '10nm-class' LPDDR5
Aims at smartphones, AI.
Commissioned by AMD, naturally.
Partners with suppliers for 1GW of energy.
Including on ICO's website.
Miscreants booted after infecting only 100 Things.
JSMESS powers Historical Software Archive.
Security hole leads to information disclosure.
Promises console-like browser-based gaming.
An update to Kaspersky's anti-virus software left many users unable to browse the most innocuous of websites after the company mistakenly added Google's Adsense to its detection.
The Mozilla Foundation has officially released Firefox 3.6, and there are some impressive new features both in the front-end and under the hood.
Google's Chrome has officially become the third most popular browser in the world, beating Apple's rival Safari browser into fourth place in December 2009.
Adobe's Acrobat PDF-maker and Reader PDF-viewer are under active attack by crackers exploiting an as-yet undetailed flaw in the software's security.
Google has launched a plugin for Internet Explorer - Chrome Frame - which allows IE to use the Chrome rendering engine, and Microsoft isn't happy.
Google has upgraded version 3 of its popular open-source web browser Chrome to stable status, and work has already begun on the dev release of version 4.
A flaw in the way Firefox 3.5 handles Unicode text can lead to remote code execution - the second such bug to hit the browser in less than a week.
Mozilla has released an update for the popular Firefox web browser which addresses several security flaws deemed 'critical'.
Google surprised just about all of us in the bit-tech office when it announced Chrome - its first foray into the browser market. Tim Smalley has been playing around with the first beta for a few days and has some thoughts on the browser's direction.