• Mon. Jun 5th ,2023

Computer

Acer hit by largest known ransomware attack; hackers demand $50mn

Taiwan based electronics and computer manufacturing company, Acer Inc., has reportedly come under a ransomware attack wherein the hackers have demanded $50 million. This is apparently the largest ever known ransom amount demanded b hackers to date. According to the credible sources, hackers have ga

Google faces $5Bn lawsuit for tracking users’ data in incognito mode

Tech giant Google is reportedly facing a class-action lawsuit in the U.S. over how its browser, Google Chrome, manages tracking when users activate incognito mode. According to the court ruling, this lawsuit seeks damages of a sum of $5 billion. According to the credible sources, this lawsuit, whic

Fortnite developer Epic Games acquires Fall Guys creator Mediatonic

Leading video game developer, Epic Games, who created Fortnite has reportedly announced the acquisition of Mediatonic, the development studio behind Fall Guys, one of the most famous live-service games of 2020. As of now, the companies have not disclosed the details of the agreement. However, they h

Researchers identify over 30,000 Macs affected by a sleeper malware

The popular conception that computers manufactured by Silicon Valley technology giant, Apple Inc., are mostly immune to malware is apparently on the verge to be proved false as security researchers at Red Canary and Malwarebytes have reportedly identified a suspicious piece of malware hiding on arou

Tech Mahindra, Wipro sign partnership deals with Telefónica Germany/O2

Two technology giants of India, Wipro and Tech Mahindra, have reportedly inked agreements with Telefónica Germany/O2 for the transformation of latter’s business support systems as well as IT systems. For the uninitiated, Telefónica Germany/O2 is one of the most prominent German t

Leading video game publisher Electronic Arts buys Glu Mobile for $2.4B

Videogame publisher Electronic Arts (EA) has reportedly announced its plans to acquire Glu Mobile, a renowned mobile videogame publisher, for $2.4 billion in cash. EA stated that it was paying $12.50 for each share of Glu which is a 33% premium to Glu’s closing price on Monday. Reportedly, EA