The thinnest convertible laptop, British Airways boss won't resignIn today's tech news, Asus unveils the world's thinnest convertible, British Airways CEO won't step down despite a global IT crisis and WannaCry ransomware may have been created by native Chinese speakers.
This is CNet and here the story that matter right now, Computex 2017 kicked off in Taipei Taiwan today, the HC industry [UNKNOWN] Is head to many branch this week including ISOS with it's book flip as, the world's finished convertible announced on monday that the laptop has 13.3 inch 4k touchscreen and way just 1.1 kilos You can find all the latest from Computech on CNET.com. BA Chief Executive, Alex Cruz, says he will not resign after Saturday's IT failure that left 75,000 passengers stranded around the world. There is no evidence of a cyber attack. A power outage caused the failure initially, but the issue was exacerbated when the backup system failed to kick in. BA has come under fire for not communicating with passengers. During the disruption. The creators of the Wannacry ransomware which affected more than 100,000 organizations in 150 countries earlier this month could have been created by native Chinese speakers. US intelligence company, Flashpoint, conducted linguistic analysis of the ransom notes. And said it had moderate confidence the author was Chinese due to their style, accuracy, and lengthy format. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the cnet tech today app, available for iOS and Android. [BLANK_AUDIO]