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The best parts of Windows 11 are already in Windows 10. You just have to enable them.
Reskilling older workers could greatly add to the IT workforce. But skills are not the only barrier.
Over 100 CVEs, many of which lead to RCE, have been tackled this month.
If you're in the market for an iPhone, now is not the time to buy. We expect new iPhones to be introduced in September, and we have the pretty charts to backup that assertion.
Running a compromised smartphone is one of the worst things that can happen to an individual or organization.
This new Pixel 6 feature would be a game-changer for Android users.
Some customer service isn't too quick to reply these days. One Verizon customer decided to try something ingenious.
You go online, you look at the schedule and the fares, and you book, right? Well, in the case of Southwest it's a little more complicated than that. Especially if you're traveling on business.
Microsoft acknowledges its patch to fix the print-spooler flaw has affected some printers.
Kids, don't try this at home!
A dozen flaws discovered, with at least one hitting anything that uses Wi-Fi. Thankfully, Microsoft patches are out, and Linux kernel patches are coming.
There were also three zero-day bugs but none have been exploited.
Updated: DarkSide has claimed responsibility for the catastrophic ransomware outbreak.
It took two weeks, but it's now done.
The threat of ransomware is not just to computer systems, but to the physical world, too.
Attackers working on behalf of Russian Intelligence have updated their attack techniques, warns a joint alert from the US and UK.
Windows 10X is likely not ever coming to market. Instead, Microsoft is putting its efforts into the 'new Windows' it is building around the 'Sun Valley' interface, according to a new report.
Mark Zuckerberg's company is using fascinating scare tactics to get users to tolerate tracking.