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The city council of Plattsburgh, New York, unanimously voted for an 18-month moratorium on commercial cryptomining operations so that the city can figure out how to manage its limited power resources.
Due to an apparent mistake at SiSoftware, the company has published its review of the new Ryzen processors ahead of time.
The saga of CTS Labs' revelation of 13 (potential) vulnerabilities in AMD's Ryzen and EPYC processors continues.
This year's Pwn2Own competition was less intense, as many Chinese security teams were banned from participating. However, as browsers' sandboxes have improved, we can spot a trend in using kernel exploits to bypass browser security.
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Lenovo finally released the details of its standalone Daydream VR headset. Before today, we knew only that the headset was in development, but we have the name, specifications, price tag, and release window.
Microsoft introduced a new bug bounty program meant to encourage researchers to discover new speculative execution side channel vulnerabilities.
Survios believes that it solved the biggest problems that developers face when creating melee combat games for VR with its Phantom Melee Technology, which it's going to debut at GDC next week.