The internet is whipping out some Core-i9 tales

The internet is whipping out some Core-i9 tales

Skylake-X processors will be targeted at the high-end desktop PCs that need the extra power for simply the best performance. These new offerings of the i7 Core lineup will fall under the Kaby Lake-X category, and they will deliver enhanced performance for a hefty premium, according to reports.

North Korean hackers may be behind global cyber attack

The government's Australian Cyber Security Centre is fielding calls on the ransomware through its 1300 CYBER1 hotline. On Monday, Google security researcher Neel Mehta posted a cryptic set of characters on Twitter together with the hashtag #WannaCryptAttribution.

Apple Inc.'s New iPhone Models

Apple Inc.'s New iPhone Models "On Schedule"

We are looking forward to seeing what Apple launches this year and are interested to seeing the design of this years new iPhone. Once they did so, however, the whole landscape changed as users took to AirPods fairly immediately and its user approvals soared.

North Korea is reportedly celebrating the test of a "perfect weapon system"

Ties with China were at the top of the list. Nikki Haley, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, said Sunday the latest missile test has undermined the prospect of direct talks between North Korea and the United States. North Korea warned Washington not to provoke it, saying the "US mainland and Pacific operations" are within range of Pyongyang missiles. David Wright, co-director of the Global Security Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists, said the missile could have a range of ...

NASCAR Heat 2 Announced

NASCAR Heat 2 Announced

Fans will have a say on which NASCAR driver will grace the cover of the game. Remember NASCAR Heat? The Monster Games developed NASCAR racing game had a fair few problems, but it must have been enough of a success, because it is getting a follow up this year.

Ransomware cyber-attack a wake-up call - Microsoft warns

Encrypt files so you can't use them. FedEx , Nissan , and the United Kingdom's National Health Service were among the victims. 'We're not talking about a government organisation or a hospital or anything like that. Microsoft legal chief Brad Smith said, "We take every single cyberattack on a Windows system seriously, and we've been working around the clock since Friday to help all our customers who have been affected by this incident".