Amazon is unfortunately pushing back the Amazon Prime shipping dates of many items, a consequence of its new priority on "essential" household goods. If you haven't already stocked your home office, this means the tech you may need for your ne
Google has advised all of its employees in North America, about 100,000, to work remotely in response to coronavirus concerns, sources inside the company tell Business Insider. Google had previously instructed its offices in the Bay Area , Dublin , and Se
Even Apple can't escape the spread of the novel strain of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The tech giant updated its website this week with instructions for how to clean iPhones, iPads, Mac and other Apple devices as fears of the spread of COVID-19 permea
Security researchers have discovered another major Intel processor security vulnerability. It could allow attackers to install keyloggers at the hardware level, or defeat encryption and DRM protections.
Google has canceled all in-person job interviews amid concerns over the coronavirus outbreak, first reported by The Verge . Google told candidates it would be conducting interviews via video call "for the foreseeable future," The Verge reported. T
With the Nasdaq down nearly 15% from last week's highs, valuations for many tech companies now look pretty reasonable, even if one applies a discount for coronavirus-related uncertainty. At the same time, multiples for some recent high-flyers are stil
Starting today, Mozilla has begun to enable DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) by default for users in the USA to provide encrypted DNS resolution and increased privacy. Article provides instructions to see if it is enabled and how to disable it.
Good for privacy or an alarming move towards further internet centralisation? Mozilla has started rolling out encrypted DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) by default for US users of the nonprofit's Firefox browser....
President Trump's administration is pushing for federal workforce reforms. It wants more flexibility in who it can hire and how it hires. It complains that the HR process takes too long, and the U.S. loses candidates to the private sector.