Although once a country with very open internet standards, Iran has continued to restrict access and content and has now launched the first stage of its new national internet scheme, which will eliminate most international internet sources.
AMD's upcoming Vega graphics chip is going to be released in the first half of 2017, giving us our first real competitor -- in terms of performance -- with Nvidia's top-of-the-line 10 series graphics chips.
According to Opera, its sync system was breached by intruders, possibly compromising the data of 1.7 million Opera Sync users. The company did reset Opera Sync account passwords and advises users to change them.
According to a recent blog post from ESET, there's a new kind of mobile malware that makes use of Twitter to control an Android device-based botnet. It's the first known mobile malware to use this kind of social media account.
OLED screens, common on mobile devices, are just now beginning to appear on laptops. Their beauty will leave you wondering how you ever did without, but the new tech may leave you searching for the nearest power socket.
Blaming bad engineering drawings and unacceptable contractor assignments for moving and installing cables, AT&T explains slow pole access for Google Fiber. Google Fiber has had slow going in Nashville and has placed the blame on…
Tired of paying fees for your modem? Why not ditch the rental and buy a device of your own? Here are seven of our favorite modems, whether you're in need of a budget-based solution or one that comes with Wi-Fi capabilities.
Space Engine is a free-to-download, procedurally generated simulator that's ten years in the making. Despite the incomprehensible size of the game's universe, it was developed by one man. But now, he says, he can't do it alone.
A privately-funded wide-angle continuous image surveillance system originally developed for the military monitors 30 square miles of Baltimore. Analysts on the ground can track pixel-sized people leaving crime scenes.