In yet another testament to the extreme volatility of digital currencies, Bitcoin has fallen to almost half of its earlier valuation of approximately $19,500. Other currencies are also seeing losses.
Market research company TrendForce believes 2018 will see a rapid proliferation of under-display fingerprint sensing technology, especially among Android-powered smartphone manufacturers.
Apple is said to be looking into combining the front camera and Face ID facial recognition module on future iPhone models in order to reduce the size of the notch on the otherwise bezel-less display.
A new video uploaded to the strategy game's YouTube channel goes over all the new systems being introduced with its first major expansion, from governors and loyalty to Dark Ages and dedications.
A new lawsuit filed in the United States claims malfeasance on the smartphone maker's part by not informing its users of the existence of these processor vulnerabilities at an earlier date.
Leaked images coming out of China purport to show the follow-up to the Xbox One Elite controller that focused on bringing high-end and highly customisable hardware to 'hardcore' gamers.
The Cupertino-based tech giant is coming under increasing scrutiny as four more U.S. lawmakers have now sent letters to the company seeking more information on its admitting to slowing older phones.
In what may feel like a dream come true for Windows Phone enthusiasts, some developers were able to jerry-rig a tech demo of a Lumia 830 running Windows 10 for ARM - with limited functionality.
The next update for Epic Game's increasingly popular Fortnite Battle Royale will bring with it improvements to the map, including a new city, distinct biomes and other points of interest.
A new flaw discovered in the remote access monitoring AMT technology found in Intel processors can be used to take complete control over a laptop and circumvent all security measures.
According to a new report, the company's rumoured foldable smartphone has reached the final stages of R&D, with the company choosing to showcase the device to select partners at CES 2018.
A Chinese court this week ruled against Samsung in an ongoing patent dispute with Huawei. The company has also been instructed to stop sales of all products that use the technology in question.
The chipmaker is now recommending some of its bigger customers delay the installation of its latest patches aimed at Meltdown and Spectre after reports of unsolicited reboots on some processors.
After the announcement a week earlier, firmware updates for the Surface line of products containing fixes for Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities are now being pushed to users.
After slowly pushing out the latest Windows 10 feature update to select devices, Microsoft has now made the Fall Creators Update fully available, meaning users worldwide should now start seeing it.
Supply shortages may prevent you from availing yourself of Apple's offer for a discounted battery replacement for your ailing iPhone 6 Plus. Estimates suggest waiting times may extend to March.
A newly published patent that was recently granted to Microsoft raises the possibility of using neurological data as the preferred mode of input for your PC, with no need for gestures.
Users of the Ubuntu are also reporting issues with the patches aimed at mitigating the Meltdown and Spectre CPU exploits, with some systems having boot-up issues after installation.
After a long and arduous silence, the Twitter account for the highly anticipated game from the Witcher 3 studio today posted a single message. The reception has been immense, with 13K likes already.
In an update to the patch notes for the Meltdown and Specture exploits, Microsoft states users will receive no future security updates unless their antivirus vendor changes a specific registry key.
As part of its Always-Connected PC initiative with Qualcomm, Microsoft has released the list of mobile operators across the world who will support the new cellular PCs running Windows 10.
Nvidia yesterday released new drivers for its GPUs. The 390.65 WHQL drivers bring with them security updates aimed at mitigating the effect of the Spectre processor vulnerability.
Photos of the rumoured entry-level device have reportedly surfaced online in a series of leaks ahead of the device's expected debut in March this year. The phone will be powered by Android Go.
At CES this week, the manufacturer of flash memory revealed what it calls the smallest flash drive to feature 1TB of storage. A release date or pricing was, however, not provided at the time.
Microsoft has now stopped accepting bitcoin as a way of adding funds to your Microsoft account. The move comes as a result of the recent volatility in the value of the cryptocurrency.
Asus this week revealed an interesting life hack for those using multiple monitor setups. Using lenses and light refraction to create the illusion of a seamless, bezel-free display.
The TV series, which has now been in the works for almost 5 years, is "still in very active development" according to Showtime's President and CEO. No ETA was provided for the long-awaited project.
At CES this week, Nvidia announced a new initiative to make 65-inch displays suitable for gaming with its G-Sync variable refresh rate technology and the inclusion of a built-in Shield.
A new report suggests Microsoft is resurrecting the Fable franchise, and according to some speculation, may have tapped the developers of the Forza Horizon series to helm the project.
The Chinese wing of the Redmond-based giant made reference to the Surface Phone yesterday when comparing Cortana's performance on Android with its anticipated abilities on the fabled device.
Microsoft recently pushed a security update for its near-dead mobile operating system. The fixes contained are likely aimed at protecting devices against the Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities.
In a blog post about 'World Leaders', Twitter tried to explain that it won't ban such individuals from its platform for the sake of public awareness and the influential role they play.
The tech industry's primary lobbying organisation, the Internet Association, today announced that it will be joining lawsuits aimed at challenging the recent repeal of net neutrality rules.
The free Windows 10 upgrade offer for users relying on assistive technologies has been extended to January 16. As before, Microsoft isn't verifying the eligibility of users applying for the upgrade.
At least three class action lawsuits against Intel have been filed in the United States, emanating from recent revelations that processors it released in the last two decades are vulnerable.
Google is promising the next update for its popular browser will includes additional protections against the CPU exploits that have left the majority of modern computing devices vulnerable.
Apple today confirmed in a statement that all Mac systems and iOS devices are affected by the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities that have taken the tech world by storm over the course of this week.
New patents from the USPTO show how Microsoft is planning on embedding a camera into its hyped Surface phone, with novel designs that try to fit a quality camera into the phone's rather thin frame.
Users of Microsoft's gaming console may be experiencing some issues purchasing content or accessing multiplayer content as the company's gaming network is experiencing at least partial outages.
An apparent bug is causing Windows 10 S users enrolled in the Fast Ring of the Insider Program to receive builds labeled as Windows 10 Pro. This only seems to be a labeling issue, however.