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The same Russian hackers who penetrated the Democratic Party have been laying the groundwork for an espionage campaign against the Senate.
PwC Partner Jonathan Turner and Starling Bank CEO Anne Boden speak about the implementation of PSD2 regulation.
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.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports Advanced Micro Devices chips are more likely to be vulnerable to a security flaw according to the company.
The company is providing a initial security update to mitigate the vulnerabilities to its affected chipsets, which include GeForce, Tesla, Grid, NVS and Quadro.
Brad Smith, Microsoft president and chief legal officer, gives his outlook for the big tech issues consumers could face in 2018 including Intel's chip security flaws and diversity in the industry.
Microsoft said it had suspended patches to guard against Meltdown and Spectre security threats for computers running AMD chipsets.
Experts at AlienVault said the monero is being sent back to Kim Il Sung University in North Korea.
The latest iOS update patches the "Spectre" vulnerability that first made headlines last week.
Steven Nerayoff says increased projects built on ethereum's protocols could triple its market cap.
Teresa Goody, Goody Group founder and former SEC official, discusses Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's sale of stock ahead of the revelation of a security flaw in the company's high-performance chips.
Apple issued an update for the Meltdown vulnerability last week, but you still need to update your phone to the latest iOS.
Advanced Micro Devices CEO Lisa Su speaks with CNBC's Jon Fortt about the current security risks around high-performance chips and how it is affecting the company and consumers.
Ed Lee, Recode managing editor, discusses the security exploits threatening high-performance Intel chips in Apple devices as the tech giant pushes updates to protect consumers.
Steven Milunovich, UBS managing director and IT/hardware analyst, discusses the demand picture for Apple's iPhone X as well as the news that Apple's product lines are nearly all affected by high-performance chips with security flaws.
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