Computing
Computing

MacBook display peeling away? Apple might fix it for you for free

Apple has quietly extended a program to replace the screens on some 12-inch Retina MacBook and MacBook Pro machines where the anti-glare coating is delaminating or is otherwise flawed.
Web

‘Cloudbleed’ bug may have leaked your personal data all over the internet

Another day, another data leak -- though this one might end up proving a little more concerning than the rest. Cloudflare has admitted to a bug that leaked personal information all over the internet. Time to change you passwords!
Computing

New Windows 10 Insider Build 15042 arrives with plenty of bug fixes

Whether you're in the Fast Ring or hanging back in the Slow Ring, there are lots of new features in Microsoft's latest beta update to Windows 10. Highlights include a new Cortana animation and a metric ton of bug fixes.
Computing

Asus goes around the bend with a new 34-inch curved monitor

The Asus Designo Curve MX34VQ was announced in 2016, and it's now making its way to the market. It sports an 1800R curvature with 178-degree viewing angles in both directions, combined with thin bezels for a classy look.
Computing

Upcoming AMD Ryzen 7 1800X CPU achieves new Cinebench world record

During AMD's recent Ryzen CPU reveal party, the company invited overclockers to push the limits of the new CPUs, hitting a new world record in Cinebench R15. The team used the upcoming Ryzen 7 1800X chip cooled with liquid nitrogen.
Cool Tech

Hackers circumvent 'air gap' security with a drone that 'reads' the lights on a computer

Security experts at Ben-Gurion University in Israel have demonstrated how hackers could extract data from your computer using a drone, USB stick, and the blinking lights on your machine.
Computing

Google devices mutiny en masse — has the robot uprising begun?

The devices in question, the OnHub router, Google Wifi, and Chromecast, all logged themselves out of their user accounts, and in some cases went so far as to reset themselves to factory settings.
Virtual Reality

Could injunction sought by ZeniMax bar Oculus from selling VR headsets?

Just weeks after being awarded $500 million in damages at the conclusion of its court case against Oculus VR, ZeniMax has filed an injunction that could put a stop to sales of the Oculus Rift headset.
Computing

Want to play your friend’s Steam games? Here’s how to use Steam Family Sharing

Are there games on Steam that you want to play but don't want to pay for? Do your friends own any of them? If so, you and your friend should share your libraries via Steam Family Sharing. Here's how.
Computing

LG announces every Gram notebook for 2017, starts selling them immediately

LG's new lineup of Gram notebooks with Intel's Seventh Generation processors are officially here, and already in stores. They carry the Gram's mantle of lightweight performance, and the heaviest is just 2.4 pounds.
Computing

Tired of choosing between Windows or Mac? The best Chromebooks offer a third way

We've compiled a list of our favorite Chromebooks, systems that combine great battery life, comfortable keyboards, and the performance it takes to run the lightweight Chrome OS.
Computing

AMD’s Ryzen 5 processors set to launch in second quarter of 2017

Leaked information suggests that AMD's Ryzen 5 series will be made available in the second quarter of 2017, and will be priced to compete with corresponding processors manufactured by Intel.