Apple finally delivers a cure for the "goto fail" plague, but this isn't the first time that sluggish Apple response times have put its users at risk.
If Apple had used a third-party source code analyzer on its encryption library, it could have avoided the "gotofail" bug.
After a multiday delay that irked users, Apple has released a system software update for OS X Mavericks that fixes what's become known as the "gotofail" security vulnerability.
For some, racing means having a race car and a road car. For others, it's a one-car-does-all affair. This GT-R is the former, and then some.
Learn why it's a big deal to update OS X and iOS software now, check out Samsung's new Gamepad controller, and get ready for Facebook's Feed to show posts from pages you don't follow.
Teiyu Goto discusses how he came up with the design of both the original PlayStation, which was released 15 years ago, and its controller.
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The mixed oxide fuel used in the reactor where an explosion occurred today is more toxic than regular uranium, a Japanese nuclear expert warns.
Valve has lifted the lid on a new type of controller, with a touchscreen, trackpads, and buzzing feedback.
Mobile security remains a struggle: CanSecWest calls attention to flaws in Android and BlackBerry 10, while a newly discovered encryption weakness in iOS 7 could put iPad and iPhone owners at risk.