Facebook facial recognition is more than just creepy. It has enormous potential for dangerous misuse of facial recognition data, and Facebook has a long record of misusing all sorts of data.
Hackers are more malicious than ever, but the media- and vendor-fomented hysteria is misplaced. If it doesn't stop soon, expect to see Congress breathing down the neck of IT
Tablet sales are up, PC sales are down, and here comes iCloud. What's poor Michael Dell to do?
The WHO's recent report that cell phones are possibly carcinogenic is not definitive data and has its skeptics, but Bill Snyder of CIO.com writes that we all make our own decisions.
Mobile usage keeps going up -- and so do data plan charges. This trend can't continue
The attack on a group of Apple developers shows how badly our patent system is broken and how vulnerable the mobile ecosystem has become
Do you want to marry Google, as a computing partner that is? If you do, the new Chromebook might make sense. If not, don't even think about buying one.
Google and Sprint didn't exactly cover themselves in glory last week. The much hyped integration of Google Voice and Sprint fell flat on its face.
Analysis: Their 'partnership' will change nothing in the mobile market, which is following the path of the iPod instead of Windows
The risks of not properly securing your home wireless network continue to increase.
From the edge to the core, Microsoft is feeling the heat from Google and Apple -- and the downside of being chained to the desktop.
Most of the time I only hear from my credit card companies when I owe them money or when they want to sell me a new service.
Investors are once again pouring money into technology startups -- but just in consumer-oriented areas
Even those of you religious about backing up your PC data may face a few of the same demons that CIO.com's Bill Snyder recently battled. Read on for advice on...
Whistle-blower claims giant Indian outsourcer is illegally importing low-paid tech workers using temporary visas