While mainstream consumers are still trying to catch up with the Wireless AC rollout, Netgear already made a new Wireless AD router to purchase. It is called the Nighthawk X10 and is capable of up to 4,600Mbps on the 60GHz band.
Certain Sierra Wireless networking devices may be vulnerable to Mirai malware, according to an alert issued by the Department of Homeland Security last week. Mirai is amassing a botnet and targeting devices with factory default settings.
A recent paper published by researchers at the State University of New York at Binghamton alleges that certain Intel processors are flawed, and open to an attack that exploits a feature of modern operating systems.
Axing ports has become a trend in modern device design, including laptops. Some of the best new laptops have just one or two USB Type-C ports. Can you really get by with one port, and if so, how? We take a closer look.
The University of New South Wales published a paper detailing dressed qubits, a method of protecting quantum bits that makes them 10 times more stable than previously possible. The result will impact the development of quantum computing.
Here is a list of cards that will be based on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1050 and GTX 1050 Ti graphics chips. Individual card pricing is not yet known for most of the hardware, but everything else is out in the open.
With new hardware and an international release planned, it's no wonder that the BBC has created a new seven-man foundation to continue its development. The little micro system that could is coming stateside in 2017 for the first time.
Netflix, Amazon Video, and even YouTube are go-to sites for great streaming video. But what if you want awesome VR video? Inception VR wants to be your destination, and we've chatted to the team about their plans.
Asus quietly launched the VG245H, a 24-inch display packing two HDMI inputs and AMD's FreeSync technology. It is aimed at console gamers despite its PC roots, packing a fast response time and a full-HD resolution at a 75Hz refresh rate.
In the years since it established a new identification system, a new report from published by Georgetown Law shows the FBI has apparently compiled a facial recognition database of roughly 117 million American adults.