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Ars is teaming up with GOG and we’re giving away The...

Everybody gets a free copy of The Witcher: Enhanced Edition—and that's just the start.

Microsoft switches to twice-yearly Windows 10 update plan

Earlier this morning, Bernardo Caldas, GM of Windows Commercial Marketing, made a surprising announcement: Windows is committing to a predictable twice-per-year feature release schedule, targeting September and March of each year, aligning with Offi...

What we want in an “SNES Mini”

We give Nintendo unsolicited advice amid rumors of a new retro console.

Report: Cybercriminals prefer Skype, Jabber, and ICQ

The most popular instant messaging platforms with cyber criminals are Skype, Jabber and ICQ, according to a new report released this morning.Meanwhile, consumer-grade platforms like AOL Instant Messenger and Yahoo IM have fallen out of favor, while newer, more secure consumer oriented platforms like Telegram and WhatsApp are also gaining popularity.[ Safeguard your data! The tools you need to encrypt your communications and web data. • Maximum-security essential tools for everyday encryption. • InfoWorld's encryption Deep Dive how-to report. | Discover how to secure your systems with InfoWorld's Security Report newsletter. ]The newer platforms are more user-friendly and more convenient, but also offer greater security, said Leroy Terrelonge, Director of Middle East and Africa Research at Flashpoint, which recently released a report about the communication platforms cyber criminals have been using over the past four years.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Homes raided in North West over data thefts from car body...

ICO and cops storm homes in Macclesfield and Droylsden Two properties in the North West were raided this morning as part of an ongoing investigation into nuisance calls related to data thefts from car body repair shops.…

Microsoft finally sheds light on Windows 10 telemetry

While we won't see a Snooping Off button in Windows 10 Creators Update, announcements this morning move us a big step toward a very simple, basic goal: We now know quite a bit about the privacy settings in Win10 version 1703.
It's not exactly the Ho...

North Korea tests missile in what may be step toward mobile...

Next up appears to be another nuclear test.

“Samsung Dex” is a $150 Galaxy S8 dock that makes your...

Another product blurs the lines between phone and desktop.

Windows 7 patch block takes out AMD processor

I reported earlier this morning that we're seeing "Unsupported hardware" and "Windows could not search for new updates" messages from people who are running Windows 7 and 8.1 on Intel Kaby Lake and AMD Rizen-based computers.
It's part of Microsoft's...

Minor iPhone bump turns the 7 and 7 Plus red, gives...

The same iPhone, but red now.

Apple’s new $329 9.7-inch iPad replaces Air 2, has no Pro...

Tablet includes an Apple A9 but is actually heavier and thicker than before.

IBM chases Google, Microsoft with Kubernetes in the cloud

It's only a matter of time before every major cloud vendor offers a version of Kubernetes as a service. Now it’s IBM’s turn.This morning IBM announced the next logical step in its work with Docker containers: Kubernetes support on its Bluemix Container Service.

Currently available in a limited beta, its feature set should match Google's and Microsoft's offerings.[ To the cloud! Real-world container migrations. | Dig into the the red-hot open source framework in InfoWorld's beginner's guide to Docker. ]Kubernetes, the Bluemix way Previously, the default for managing Docker containers on Bluemix Container Service was to spin them up individually by hand or to use Bluemix’s container groups metaphor, where Bluemix directly managed multiple containers running the same image.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here