Significant tariffs will go into effect at 12:01 AM Friday morning, and the markets have been jittery about the issue all week. So what happens next?

Intel has a new idea for improving system performance during anti-virus scans — offload the entire workload to the GPU.

Cisco has said its examination of the leaked CIA documents points to a gaping security hole in more than 300 models of its switches.

Intel’s Avoton and Rangeley server products appear to have a significant flaw that’s killing hardware years before its expected end-of-life.

A new memory standard consortium wants to revolutionize how we connect new storage devices to future computers, and it’s promising near-term results.

Open source blockchain technology could redefine the way computers interact — and one Linux-led initiative has support from the biggest players in tech.

Apple is reportedly considering building its own servers to keep the government from intercepting and infecting them with various kinds of malware. Such a move would almost certainly raise the stakes in the company’s ongoing battle with the FBI and NSA.

The FBI made waves last week when it told Apple it could compel the company to reveal the source code to iOS but have thus far refrained from doing so. New evidence suggests it’s far from the first time the DOJ has either made or followed through on that threat.

The search company has been forced to build its own solutions as the need for greater data center bandwidth has outstripped Moore’s Law.

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