China uses facial recognition to monitor ethnic minorities
The geo-fencing system alerts authorities when targets stray beyond a "safe area."
Congressman requests Meltdown and Spectre briefing from chip makers
Representative McNerney wants to know how consumers will be impacted.
OnePlus halts credit card payments on its site after fraud reports
Some OnePlus.net customers found unauthorized transactions on their cards.
US Congress reportedly lobbied AT&T to dump Huawei smartphones
Meanwhile, Apple's iPhone 7 Plus is the second-best-selling smartphone in China.
Army base pulls Chinese security cameras over 'negative perception'
The actual security risk is taking a backstage to public image.
Visa will make signatures optional for chipped credit cards
Starting in April of this year, you won't have to sign for EMV transactions.
Intel’s Meltdown and Spectre fixes have some bugs of their own
Intel told some customers to hold off on installing its updates.
AMD is deploying a patch for the second Spectre CPU vulnerability
It has admitted that its chips are susceptible to both Spectre variants.
Google details how it protected services like Gmail from Spectre
The company called 'Meltdown' and 'Spectre' the most complex flaws in the past decade.