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Verizon will acquire Yahoo at even bigger discount than originally reported

Yahoo's security breaches are costing the company more than a quarter of a billion dollars. Verizon Communications, which previously agreed to pay $4.8 billion for the tech giant, has now renegotiated a lower price.
Computing

PC microphones helped steal hundreds of gigabytes of data from Ukraine firms

A large-scale cyberattack, dubbed "Operation BugDrop," was perpetrated against targets in Ukraine. At least 70 organizations were attacked, with huge amounts of sensitive information data stolen using PC microphones.
Computing

KasperskyOS aims to secure the billions of forgotten network devices

Russian security company Kaspersky is responding to the growing threat of unsecured devices with its KasperskyOS (KOS), a secure operating system that the company has been working on for 14 years.
Gaming

Here’s every PC game with Tobii eye tracking support

Tobii's eye tracking technology allows you to control games with nothing more than your gaze. Here are the games that currently support it, as well as the features you can expect to use in them.
Deals

Score 10 percent off Parallels Desktop 12 with coupon code through Feb 24

Instead of being tied down to Mac or Windows only, you can switch it up with a program that allows you to have the best of both worlds such as Parallels Desktop 12, currently 10 percent off with coupon code AFF17FEB from now until February…
Computing

AOC's newest curved monitors fit the bill for gamers and creative pros

APC has announced two new curved monitors that help round out its lineup. The AGON AG322QCX and AGON QG272FCX are well-rounded displays that can meet the needs of both gamers and creative professionals.
Computing

This Flter device promises to protect you from the internet’s prying eyes

A new company wants to simplify security with Flter, a cylindrical network device that it claims will “filter” the internet. The device is on a Kickstarter campaign to garner support.
Computing

Nvidia will probably flash its GTX 1080 Ti graphics card at GDC 2017 next week

Unnamed sources claim Nvidia will officially launch the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card between March 20 and March 23. That indicates the card will be revealed during Nvidia's GeForce GTX Gaming Celebration event at GDC 2017.
Computing

GDP introduces a 7-inch netbook running Windows 10 on Indiegogo

Typically smaller, lighter, and cheaper systems, netbooks were a craze for a few years before being killed off by tablets and low-cost "normal" notebooks. Now, GPD has introduced the Pocket, a netbook-like device for Windows 10
Computing

Expiring developer certificates caused several Mac apps to crash

Users of several Mac apps reported being unable to launch their apps over the weekend. The issue stems from certificates expiring that verify the apps. Many developers have now issued manual updates that you will need to download.
Deals

Now just $60, the NZXT S340 mid tower is a budget-friendly case for your PC build

If you're building a desktop PC, then consider the popular and affordable NZXT S340 mid tower computer case. This budget-friendly tower, available for as low as $60 on Amazon, is as attractive as it is easy on your wallet.
Deals

For a short time, enjoy 50 percent off the Logitech G302 gaming mouse ($25)

If you're looking for an affordable gaming mouse, then the Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime might be just the ticket. The G302 is purpose-built for MOBA games like League of Legends and is now just $25 on Amazon.