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Backdoored Automatic Updates Amplify NotPetya's Destruction

The authors of the NotPetya malware stole the source code of the popular Ukranian accounting software, M.E.Doc, hacked the update server, and then automatically spread NotPetya to over 2,000 Ukranian companies, showing the dangers of malicious updates.

Watch Us Play 'The Wild Eight' Today At 1pm PDT

This week's game puts us in the Alaskan wilds and tests our survival skills.

Ethereum Mining Frenzy Leads To German Graphics Card Shortage

MindFactory, a German retailer, has removed many AMD and Nvidia graphics cards from its virtual shelves. The company confirmed in an email to Tom's Hardware that it had to stop selling the products because it can't get its hands on more graphics cards.

Nintendo Teases New Story-Focused 'Zelda' DLC, 'The Champions' Ballad'

The company also announced a new book devoted to the concept art behind Link and Zelda's latest adventure.

Thermaltake Gives Its Core V71 Chassis The Tempered Glass Treatment

Thermaltake announced the Thermaltake Core V71 Tempered Glass Edition, which is the latest in the company’s Core series of cases to receive a tempered glass makeover.

Team Group Night Hawk RGB 16GB DDR4-3000 Review

Teamgroup joins the RGB battle: Does its Night Hawk stand up to those already entrenched?

Qualcomm Seeks To Halt US Import, Sales Of Apple iPhone

The legal battle between Qualcomm and Apple is heating up. Qualcomm is seeking to block importation and sales of Apple iPhone products for infringing on six Qualcomm technology patents.

Behold, The Return Of The Model F And Its Buckling Spring

To say that enthusiast keyboard community is both passionate and resourceful would be an understatement, especially when it comes to resurrecting favorite typing technologies of yore. To wit: The Model F reproduction is here.

Google 'Blocks' 3D Modeling Tool For Rift, Vive Designed For Ease Of Use, Speed

Much like Tilt Brush, the company's VR art app, Blocks is supposed to make it easier to create VR and AR experiences. But instead of Tilt Brush's 3D "painting," Blocks is all about building 3D objects.

You Can Now Play Doomfist On The 'Overwatch' PTR

Blizzard Entertainment released Doomfist on the "Overwatch" Public Test Region (PTR) just one day after hinting at the long-awaited brawler's arrival to the first-person shooter.

Thermaltake Announces Toughpower iRGB PLUS 1250W Titanium TT PSU

You can't have too many RGB LEDs. Illuminate your fans, light up your RAM, and let your power supply bask in the glow of 16.8 million possible colors with Thermaltake's new Toughpower iRGB PLUS 1250W Titanium TT Premium Edition.

New Game Plus, Ultra Hard Difficulty Comes To 'Horizon Zero Dawn'

The update also comes with two new trophies and you can give Aloy a new Focus device or apply facepaint to make her even more unique.

Sk Hynix Begins Mass Production Of 72-Layer NAND

Sk Hynix begins mass production of new 72-layer 3D NAND with 256Gbit capacity. The new memory will ship in a range of products including mobile, IoT, eMMC, and SSDs.

Nintendo Details 'Splatoon 2' Game Modes, Companion App, Demo

Nintendo revealed more information about the various game modes, companion smartphone app, and free demo, among other things, for "Splatoon 2."

Let’s Encrypt To Support Wildcard Certificates Starting January 2018

The ISRG announced that the Let's Encrypt service will start issuing wildcard certificates for websites with many subdomains starting January 2018.

HP S700 Pro SSD Review

HP is a name we know and trust. The company's Z Turbo SSD series gained the most recognition, but HP also has more traditional 2.5" SSDs.

Latest 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' Update Teases Batarians, Platinum Difficulty For APEX Missions

Those who need a tougher challenge in the multiplayer mode might want to check out the update, which arrives tomorrow.

Rights Groups Object To 'Secret' Warrants For Facebook Data

Access Now, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and other rights groups have objected to the U.S. government's use of secret warrants to obtain Facebook user data as part of a not-so-secret investigation.

Samsung Begins Shipping NAND From New Pyeongtaek Fab

Samsung's new Pyeongtaek campus semiconductor fabrication line in South Korea begins shipping 4th generation NAND with 64-layers.

Doomfist Might Finally Join The 'Overwatch' Roster

Here's hoping this isn't another teaser setting up a new hero who isn't Doomfist.

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