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New Wi-Fi protocol WPA3 to increase security

New configuration, authentication, and encryption enhancements will be incorporated into Wi-Fi Protected Access, according to an announcement by the Wi-Fi Alliance, the standards body for wireless devices.

Crucial claims new SSD highly energy-efficient

Crucial has released a new SSD at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and claims the new device, dubbed the MX500, is 45 times more energy efficient than a traditional hard drive.

At CES, Intel chief mum on shares sale after bug disclosure

Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich has avoided making any mention of his controversial sale of stock and options in a keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, though he did touch on the two vulnerabilities found in most processors produced by the company he heads.

Police probe sought after India biometric data leak reported

Indian authorities have asked the police to investigate The Tribune newspaper and one of its reporters after the publication of a report that claimed personal details of Indian citizens, submitted to the country's Aadhaar authority, were being sold cheaply online.

Law firms lose millions of dollars to simple email scam: MailGuard

Fraudsters used scam emails to steal millions of dollars from Queensland law firms in December, according to security firm MailGuard.

Avanade predicts the three revolutionary technology trends for 2018

Global professional services company Avanade Technology has released its predictions for what it says would be big news in tech in 2018, ready to revolutionise Australian business.

Intel launches 8th-gen Core Processors with AMD Radeon RX Vega M graphics, plus new NUC

Proving that if you can't beat 'em, you join 'em, Intel has done what was once unthinkable: delivered an Intel processor with accompanying AMD graphics technology, after promising this in November 2017.

VIDEO: AMD trumps Intel to make PCs great again with new 2018 Ryzen range

AMD's Ryzen processors were the talk of 2017, forcing Intel to finally respond in a significant way at long last, ending years of incrementalism, with AMD rising to the challenge with pedal to the metal for 2018 and beyond.

Handling of CPU bugs disclosure 'incredibly bad': OpenBSD's de Raadt

Disclosure of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, which affect mainly Intel CPUs, was handled "in an incredibly bad way" by both Intel and Google, the leader of the OpenBSD project Theo de Raadt claims.

Remote holes found in several WD MyCloud devices

A research firm has released details of vulnerabilities in some of Western Digital's MyCloud devices, after having waited in vain for the manufacturer to issue patches.

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