Elon Musk has opened the door to Tesla once again accepting Bitcoin for payment, saying it will happen when miners use 50% clean energy.
Qualcomm has expressed interest in buying a stake in chipmaker Arm Holdings, should the NVIDIA deal fall through.
US Attorney General Merrick Garland wants to strengthen policies for obtaining lawmaker data and has vowed swift action regarding recent revelations.
The U.S. Supreme is giving LinkedIn another chance to prevent its user data from being harvested, in a case with far-reaching implications.
The New York Senate has become the first state to pass a Right to Repair bill, a big win for consumers.
Avaddon ransomware group appears to be closing shop and has sent all its decryption keys to BleepingComputer.
Google has released a major updated for its Chrome web browser, addressing a number of security issues, including a zero-day exploit.
Telecom companies have won a last-minute injunction against New York’s Affordable Broadband Act, putting the law’s future in jeopardy.