The US Senate has advanced a bill to renew the NSA's warrantless internet surveillance program.
The request is one of the first responses from the Congress to the disclosure of two major security flaws.
An Uber spokeswoman confirmed the tool and said it could lock computers and smartphones and change passwords remotely from the company's headquarters.
The same Russian hackers who penetrated the Democratic Party have been laying the groundwork for an espionage campaign against the Senate.
Intel said its recently-issued patches for flaws in its chips could cause some computers to reboot more often than normal.
Vivo's recently revealed smartphone reimagines the handy feature that's posed a challenge to competitors.
The company is providing a initial security update to mitigate the vulnerabilities to its affected chipsets, which include GeForce, Tesla, Grid, NVS and Quadro.
Experts at AlienVault said the monero is being sent back to Kim Il Sung University in North Korea.
Steven Nerayoff says increased projects built on ethereum's protocols could triple its market cap.