Tagged: HARDWARE

Sonos changes tack on “legacy” hardware

When Sonos blogged on Tuesday, January 21 that certain “legacy” hardware—some older speakers, amplifiers, and other components—would no longer receive firmware updates after May 2020, it raised a few eyebrows. But an email to its...

Maha: Fire at hardware shop in Thane, none hurt

A fire broke out in a ground plus one-storey hardware shop in Maharashtra’s Thane city on Monday morning, a civic official said. No casualty was reported in the mishap, he said. The fire broke out around...

Lenovo Unveils New Think-Branded Hardware Ahead of CES

Lenovo is trying to grab the attention of consumers with its Lavie hardware announcements, but the company hasn’t forgotten about its Think-branded hardware, which gets nine new additions today. Let’s start with the ThinkPad X1, of...

2019: AS THE HARDWARE WORLD TURNS

Well, this is it. The end of the decade. In a few days the 2010s will be behind us, and a lot of very smug people will start making jokes on social media about...

How Microsoft is using hardware to secure firmware

Since Windows 8 and Server 2012, Windows has used UEFI to check the signatures on the boot drivers, firmware drivers and the OS itself to make sure the code hasn’t been tampered with (for example by...