Stopping waste heat from going to waste
Would you really expect anything else?
Bitwarden's password manager browser extension has a known exploit it hasn't addressed in five years (Update: fix coming)
PSA: Hackers can steal your username and password for a website using an embedded iframe. It's a weakness for all password managers, and most have addressed the flaw in various ways, including issuing warnings when users are on a login page with an iframe or not trusting subdomains. Bitwarden is the sole exception, having determined in 2018 that the threat was not significant enough to address.
Significant advances have been made in the technology that powers self-driving cars in the last decade, but there's still further to go. We dive into the current state of self-driving cars in 2023.
Another imaginative attempt to evade import taxes
While it's still possible to get weird output, MJ5 vastly improves image quality
Check and see if an update turned VBS back on
A new way to expand your DSLR camera storage
When everything else fails, just embrace the digital pirate's way of life
Google advises Android users to take action after finding 18 zero-day vulnerabilities in popular phones
All an attacker needs is the target's phone number
In context: While the popularity of SSDs continues to increase, some users still prefer to have a trusted hard drive for their affordable costs and high storage capacities. However, a recent study shows buyers may not always pick the most reliable HDDs.
Is this finally the kind of digital assistant we've always wanted?
Russian hackers have been hard at work exploiting the latest Outlook zero-day flaws
An improved manufacturing process
A new Arm-based Windows laptop
JWST will help scientists investigate the troublesome dust budget surplus of the universe
"A 4chan troll has to come out of his room," wrote the sheriff who was targeted
Facepalm: Just because you present something as a hypothetical scenario in a video game, it doesn't mean you won't be held accountable. A 38-year-old 4Chan user found this out the hard way after posting a death threat that targeted a Florida sheriff but used the words "in Minecraft" at the end. He was later arrested and is being extradited to face felony charges.
The corporation has been abusing open source software license for years
Some short-term bad news
Former national security advisor thinks control of TSMC would make China the OPEC of semiconductors
Carriers are now required to block messages from illegitimate numbers
Some people might be left unsatisfied by Samsung's explanation
Nice payday for Ryan Reynolds
Designs are still early, but promising, and potentially dangerous