Federal prosecutors have accidentally revealed that criminal charges have been filed against “Assange”—an apparent reference to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. The feds filed the revealing document back in August, but the slip-up wasn’t noticed until it was flagged in a Thursday evening tweet.
“Windows as a service” sounded like a good idea in 2015, when Microsoft released Windows 10. But after a terrible October, Microsoft’s Windows 10 problems continued in November. Yesterday, an unknown number of devices running Windows 10 suddenly lost their activation status; the owners of those devices were told that they no longer had a valid digital license and were running a “non-genuine copy of Windows.”
Last year, Apple acknowledged that it had, in fact, purposefully inhibited iPhone performance when the battery neared the end of its useful life. The good news: It wasn’t just in your head! The less-good news: Apple will continue the practice with the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X.
Red Dead Redemption 2 has achieved the single-biggest opening weekend in the history of entertainment with over $725 million in worldwide retail sell-through during its first three days.
Google launched the third version of its reCAPTCHA program that sets apart humans and bots when they land on websites, with the promise of eliminating user interaction.
Microsoft released the Windows 10 October 2018 Update on October 2, then pulled it days later. Now, with November fast approaching, the update has still not been re-released. Where’s the problem? And will it happen again?
Red Dead Redemption 2 is a landmark technical achievement – and the end result of a unique development situation.
A newly released tool allows free recovery of files encrypted by some versions of GandCrab, a ransomware family that affected hundreds of thousands of people since the beginning of the year.