China is going on the offensive, filing a complaint with the World Trade Organization over US efforts to sanction its semiconductor industry.
Apple is once again under fire over its AirTags devices, with a class-action suit filed over their use in stalking.
In a report that surprises no one, half of of small computer shops access customers’ private data, with some copying and saving it.
Chinese firms are going to extreme measures to circumvent US chip sanctions, even resorting to throttling semiconductor performance.
Charter is raising prices for multiple Spectrum home internet plans, including its base plan.
Comcast is once again proving why it has earned its place as one of America’s most hated companies.
Microsoft is under fire for a mistake that left millions of PCs vulnerable for years, according to a new report.
Many of AT&T’s customers are in for a major disappointment, with the carrier’s mid-band 5G not supporting the majority of recent phones.
Brazil is investigating the possibility of mandating USB-C for phone chargers, the latest country to consider such measures.
Google is shaking up its messaging efforts yet again, urging users to migrate from Hangouts to Google chat before November 2022.
Apple is significantly raising its starting pay for hourly employees, some 45% over 2018 levels.
New research shows that some of the world’s top websites collect data — including emails and passwords — from forms even if the user does not click the ‘Submit’ button.
A new, severe vulnerability is putting Linux computers and many Android phones at risk.
YouTube is working to entice its top podcasters to make the jump to video, offering $50,000 to sweeten the deal.
The hackers responsible for an Nvidia data breach have finally made their demands, wanting the company to release open source GPU drivers.
AT&T customers are being hit with a malware attack that uses a network edge device to steal data.
Google is working to bring Android closer to the Linux kernel in a move that could significantly speed up development time.
TSMC has announced it plans to be carbon neutral by 2050, a major achievement for the world’s largest chip foundry.
US officials are warning the EU not to single out American companies with “protectionist” tech policies.