After it was discovered that setting your 64-bit iPhone or iPad to January 1, 1970 bricks it, Apple has now confirmed this happens with any date before May 1970 and that a fix is on the way.
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It appears that for some odd reason, Safari web browser users are encountering repeated crashes on the desktop, iPad and iPhone. Luckily there's a workaround while we wait for an official fix.
Researchers discovered a number of smart home devices that leaked user data, including Nest's learning thermostat and a security camera that broadcasted completely non-encrypted video streams.
Microsoft released a bunch of critical and important security patches through last night's KB3124266, a cumulative update for Windows 10, that's available now through Windows Update.
The opposite of what you might expect, a bug is causing some Skylake chips to freeze as a result of certain types of particularly intensive workloads.
In a confusing couple of days, Microsoft first pulled the November Update for Windows 10 and has now reinstated the update, chalking the removal up to certain privacy concerns.
Several users have reported issues that prevent them from enabling BitLocker in the Windows 10 November update (build 10586). The issues appear to only affect users who perform clean installs.
The latest Windows 10 Mobile build, 10549, is suffering from a bug which lead to excessively high background usage for Cortana, leading some to experience a considerably shorter battery life.
...the last-minute discovery of a bug means that there's no upgrade path from the previous build. As a result, upgrading to new build 10549 will first require downgrading to Windows Phone 8.1.
Windows 10's Start menu can't cope with more than 512 items - including apps, folders, files and shortcuts - and going over that limit can result in performance issues, crashes and 'missing' apps.
Microsoft has confirmed that around 200 devices were able to install Windows 10 Mobile build 10536, the Insider Preview release it cancelled last week after finding a show-stopping last-minute bug.
If your feed on Instagram BETA app for Windows Phone isn't refreshing, you're not the only one facing an issue. The app currently appears to be broken and there is no word on a fix yet.
Google has now resolved a problem which previously caused 64-bit Chrome to crash instantaneously on Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10525, stating that there will be "no future work on it".
Microsoft has pushed out two updates to Windows 10 over the weekend, KB3074681 and KB3074678. Some users have, however, reported crashes after installing the former.
With just days to go before the launch of Windows 10, Microsoft is hard at work with their partners to fix a bug that can potentially reduce laptop battery life by as much as 10%.
Microsoft has bumped its prices a bit, especially for the LTE models of its new Surface 3 tablet. Shopping around in the UK Store you'll notice the LTE models come with a hefty £77,300 premium.
The latest builds of Windows 10, 10158 and 10158, are pretty great in terms of stability and improvements. But lots of people are having problems upgrading so we've put together some fixes for you.
Insiders are frustrated by the current quality of Windows 10 Mobile builds, but a Microsoft exec mentioned the company would start fixing the OS and making it stable, starting in July.
Microsoft is now rolling out its latest Windows 10 Mobile preview build - but handsets running the last Insider Preview, build 10080, won't be able to upgrade directly to the newest release.
A recently-discovered vulnerability in Apple's Macintosh computers allows hackers to dig deep into your computer undetected and rewrite how your machine works.
Microsoft says it has now identified and squashed a bug that caused its Skype apps to repeatedly crash after receiving a particular string of text, and advises users to update to the latest versions.
A bug was discovered in many of the Skype clients that makes a certain message crash the app. What's worse is that once the message is stored in chat history, apps crash continuously on startup.
Many users were being greeted by a 'Working...' message when trying to download an app from the Beta Store in build 10080. Luckily, this issue has now been fixed, though your mileage may still vary.
In an effort to patch any possible vulnerabilities, United Airlines has launched a program which will reward up to 1 million free miles to anyone who finds a bug or security flaw in their website.
The Sims 4 players are reporting that their male characters are getting pregnant without alien interference, causing some hilarious scenes, such as male characters breastfeeding their babies.
A Russian coder recently found a vulnerability in YouTube which allowed him to delete any video on the service, he also said that he was "tempted to clean up Bieber's channel" following its discovery.
Facebook has paid $12,500 to Laxman Muthiya, an Indian Security researcher for reporting a major vulnerability which could allow hackers to delete all the public photos on the social platform.
The latest OS version that's rolling out to folks in the Xbox Preview program has some unfortunate bugs that seem to be affecting a large number of testers; so you might want to stay away for a while.
Attackers can now bypass the same-origin policy in Internet Explorer with a newly discovered vulnerability that allows them to inject malicious code into any website and steal cookies.
An update for the Intel graphics driver on the Surface Pro 3 is now available and it fixes a number of bugs and playback issues that users were having when running Windows 10 on their machines.
Use Steam on Linux? then it's a good idea to back up everything you own (and then unmount your external storage) before attempting to debug or move the Steam folder... or you might lose everything.
A "bad code update" was responsible for the outage that took out Bing earlier today. Microsoft engineers attempted to roll back the update, but the process failed causing a 30-minute outage.
Apple has, for the first time ever, used an automatic update system built into OS X to install a critical security patch on users' machines. The update fixes a flaw that allowed remote code execution.
A bug found in some older versions of the Dropbox desktop app is to blame for some users' files being deleted from the cloud. Some data is permanently lost but the company is trying to fix things.
Microsoft has wasted no time in issuing a fix for the calendar bug that was pushed to Windows Phone 8.1 users in an update yesterday. Although a fix is here, it might not be in your region yet.
Microsoft's latest update to the Calendar app on Windows Phone 8.1 has introduced a serious bug, which causes the app to crash whenever you try to create a new appointment or edit an existing one.
A bug with e-voting machines in Belgium has raised havoc with the country's election process, causing a temporary halt until the developers can find and fix the flag in the DOS-based machines.
A newly-discovered bug in iOS 7 has revealed that any email attachments sent from an iOS 7 device will not properly encrypt, leaving files potentially vulnerable to attacks.
Microsoft has said it is working to fix a bug in Windows Phone that arose earlier today, which is preventing some users from synchronizing messages and some other content with their Facebook accounts.
iOS doesn't play nice with Daylight Savings Time it seems, as users are reporting yet another DST bug has surfaced. This time however, it won't cause you to be late for work!
The GDR2 update has only just begun shipping but already some folks are reporting serious issues with updated devices. It seems like some HTC devices are getting bricked because of a specific bug.
Microsoft has disclosed that some Windows systems have been attacked via a critical flaw in the OS's code. The vulnerability was made public back in May by a Google engineer.
Facebook has admitted an embarassing security flaw that was used to leak the email addresses and phone numbers of six million Facebook users. The good news is the attack doesn't appear malicious.
When navigating to the Bing web site through a secure connection, a security certificate error message greets you in most browsers. At present, certificate providers are mostly likely to blame.
A recent security update is causing Windows 7 machines in Brazil to enter an endless reboot cycle but there is a work around if you have a already installed the update.
Microsoft Surface Pro users have been unable to wake their devices from sleep mode. Microsoft have not yet acknowledged the issue, however forum users have found an easy fix.
New Year's Day introduced a software bug in iOS 6 that caused the 'Do Not Disturb' feature to remain on even past the scheduled time. Apple has a solution for the bug, but a rather special one: wait
Many iOS 6 device users are experiencing a bug today that keeps their Do Not Disturb setting on even if it goes past the previously scheduled time for it to end.
A security researcher in the US has discovered a bug with Facebook's social plugins when simply commenting on a post or page could add two likes to the total number.
It was a mere sixty-seven years ago when the first computer bug was found and removed. Do you know what the problem was and who fixed the bug?