This Week in Tech

Mar 27th 2022

This Week in Tech 868

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Kaspersky on Security Risk List, Lapsus$ hackers caught, EU's messaging law

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Category: News

Kaspersky on Security Risk List, Lapsus$ hackers caught, EU's messaging law

  •  The Threat of Russian Cyberattacks Looms Large
  •  Kaspersky Named First Russian Company on Security Risk List.
  •  F.B.I.’s Urgent Request: Reboot Your Router to Stop Russia-Linked Malware.
  •  Lapsus$: Oxford teen accused of being multi-millionaire cyber-criminal.
  •  Authentication firm Okta's shares slide after hack warning.
  •  SCRAM by Chris Crawford.
  •  EU Provisionally Agrees on Law That Would Force Apple to Allow Alternative App Stores, Sideloading, and iMessage Interoperability.
  •  Elon Musk Likens NHTSA To The “Fun Police” After Boombox Recall.
  •  Elon Musk Says He’s Thinking About Creating a Social Media Platform.
  •  Roku Rolls Out OS 11 Update with Personalized Photo Screensaver and More.
  •  Daring Fireball: Apple TV App on Android TV and Google TV No Longer Lets Users Buy or Rent Movies.
  •  iFixit teardown offers a detailed look inside the Mac Studio and Studio Display.
  •  Nvidia describes Arm-based Grace CPU ‘Superchip’.
  •  Nvidia takes the wraps off Hopper, its latest GPU architecture.
  •  Nvidia wants to speed up data transfer by connecting data center GPUs to SSDs.
  •  DirectStorage shows minor load-speed improvements in real-world PC demo.
  •  YouTube is taking on over-the-air TV with nearly 4,000 free episodes of TV.
  •  Honda's Asimo robot to retire after 20-year career wowing public.
  •  Stephen Wilhite, creator of the GIF, has died.
  •  John Roach, Pioneer of the Personal Computer, Is Dead at 83.

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