MangoPi is teasing a new single-board computer that packs a punch despite it's tiny size.
The EU's Digital Markets Act will help smaller businesses compete but it could be a nightmare when it comes to security.
Okta has acknowledged that it made a mistake in how it handled the Lapsus$ attack on one of its service providers.
Nvidia's Instant NeRF technology significantly reduces the time required to create realistic 3D scenes from 2D images.
HP is acquiring Poly in an all-cash deal as it looks to offer customers a robust portfolio of hybrid meeting solutions.
Google Calendar's new appointment scheduling feature lets clients, partners and others schedule time with you.
Malicious PHP scripts masquerading as legitimate plugins were used to compromise the sites running older versions of WordPress.
ESET's researchers have uncovered a scheme that uses fake wallet apps to steal cryptocurrency from unsuspecting users.
The EU and US have reached a provisional agreement when it comes to transferring business data between the two regions.
Businesses were more likely to pay after their internal data was posted on leak sites operated by ransomware groups.
MDN Plus includes news about the latest developments, collections to save articles and the ability to use MDN offline.
Nvidia and Intel are currently discussing the possibility of Intel building some of Nvidia's chips at its foundries.
GoDaddy's new Commerce Plus automates US sales tax to make things easier for small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Google Cloud has added the ability to Supsend/Resume VMs to help organizations lower their cloud costs further.
Microsoft Translator and Azure AI are now using Microsoft's new Z-code models for better and more efficient translation.
Microsoft's new virtual machine for game developers comes preloaded with game engines, SDKs and other tools.
Google Messages and Google Dialer are quietly collecting data on Android users and sending it back to Google.
Dynabook has refreshed its Tecra business laptops with the latest Intel processors and Windows 11 Pro.
The Lapsus$ group has leaked 37GB of alleged source code for Bing, Cortana and other Microsoft projects online.
Microsoft is currently investigating claims that Lapsus$ breached the company's internal Azure DevOps source code repositories.