TFiR News Wrap: AI powered malware and more

1) IBM creates DeepLocker malware powered by AI Soon we will see a new generation of super malware so powerful to be detected by even...

Hollywood turns to the Linux Foundation for Open Source

The Linux Foundation has joined hands with some of the biggest names of Hollywood to launch  Academy Software Foundation (ASWF), a new foundation for...

Samsung to make 4TB SSDs affordable

Back in 2016, Samsung introduced its first 4TB solid state drives at a steep price of $1,499. But the company now wants to change...

HyperX launches Cloud gaming headset for PS4 players

HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., has devised a new way to engage a massive console audience that plays on millions...

Latest Twistlock release comes with new forensic capabilities

Twistlock, the provider of container and cloud native cybersecurity solutions, has released Twistlock 2.5. The 14th major release of the company’s flagship platform provides...

DARPA selects research teams to halt threats to U.S. microelectronics

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s ambitious $1.5 billion Electronics Resurgence Initiative (ERI) to create transformative advances in electronics has entered into a crucial...

What Open Source Can Learn from HackerOne: Mårten Mickos

Mårten Gustaf Mickos is among one of the most respected luminaries of the Open Source world. He served as the CEO of MySQL AB...

Who is Swapnil Bhartiya?

I am a seasoned technology journalist and published science fiction writer. I specialize in emerging technologies, which often crosses paths with breakthroughs in science...

Now install Opera on Ubuntu with Snap

Are you a fan of Opera web browser? And a Linux desktop user too? Well, this one goes out to you! Canonical and Opera...

Kontron acquires Montreal-based Inocybe

Kontron, a company known for its embedded computing technology, has acquired open networking technology provider Inocybe Technologies. This acquisition will secure two strategic objectives for...