Apple will release a patch for the Safari web browser, after major chipmakers disclosed flaws that leave nearly every modern computing device vulnerable to hackers.
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Security researchers reveal security flaws that could let hackers steal sensitive information from nearly every modern computing device containing chips.
Design flaw found in microprocessors made by Intel that requires updates to computer operating systems, causing the chips to operate more slowly.
Apple is slashing prices for battery replacements and will change its software to show users whether their phone battery is good.
Fresh lawsuits allege Apple defrauded iPhone users by slowing devices without warning to compensate for poor battery performance.
South Korean prosecutors have sought a 12-year jail term for Samsung Electronics vice chairman, Jay Y. Lee.
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google's parent company, Alphabet, will step down from his role in January.
Bitcoin fell more than 10 per cent on Wednesday to a one-week low of US$15,800 at cryptocurrency exchange Bitstamp.
Uber Technologies should be classified as a transport service and regulated like other taxi operators, the European Union's top court has said.
Facebook and Microsoft disabled a number of North Korean cyber threats last week, as the US publicly blames Pyongyang for an attack in May.
The Trump administration has publicly blamed North Korea for unleashing the WannaCry cyber attack.
Kaspersky Lab has launched legal action in a bid to overturn a Trump administration ban on use of its products in government networks.
Atos has said it will pursue its "friendly" bid for Gemalto despite a rejection of its multibillion-euro offer.
A court ruling in the US has raised serious questions over the price Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners paid to buy back Dell.
Hackers likely working for a nation-state recently invaded the safety system of a critical infrastructure facility in a watershed attack that halted plant operations.
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