Archive for January, 2019
EU officials consider proposals that would require more security guarantees from Chinese companies that are involved in the development of critical infrastructure or even a de facto ban of these companies, as worries about Chinese backdoors increase.
NIST announced the second round in the competition for the post-quantum encryption algorithms, with 26 candidate algorithms out of the initial 69 submitted algorithms.
Mark yet another victim of chip shortages: Microsoft's Windows business. The company said in an earnings call that Windows OEM results were lower than it had expected because of chip supply to its hardware partners.
FSP, the OEM behind the Flex ATX power supply form factor, introduces fully modular Flex ATX PSUs in 220W and 250W versions with 80 PLUS Bronze efficiency.
G.Skill has announced new hexa-channel DDR4 memory kits with capacities up to 192GB and speeds up to 4,000MHz.
The AMD Radeon VII's 3DMark and Final Fantasy XV alleged benchmark results have been leaked.
The U.S. Department of Commerce announced yesterday that U.S. companies will no longer be allowed to export goods to a DRAM maker called Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Company.
Houston Attorney sued Apple because it pushed a bug to iOS users that made it possible for third-parties to listen on people's conversations without them being aware of this.
Latest Eurasian Economic Comission listing reveals up to nine upcoming ASRock X570 motherboards.
Has Fortnite sounded the death knell for Valve? Yesterday publisher Deep Silver made the decision to pull Metro Exodus from Steam, giving exclusivity in its entirety to the Epic Games Store instead. The AAA title has been available on the Epic Store for