The Internet Crime Complaint Center is warning people about a new Citadel malware platform used to deliver ransomware, named Reveton.
Your gadgets are watching you and analyzing your routes -- all to identify your habits, your interests, and what you might want to buy.
The social network's regulations require the company hold a vote whenever more than 7000 users comment on a proposed change.
If you do anything on this list, you need to stop it right now.
New features in Motorola's custom version of Ice Cream Sandwich are displayed.
Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian and online advocacy group Fight for the Future are said to plan 'Bat-Signal for the Internet.'
Whether any such purchase of Opera by Facebook is imminent is pure speculation, but if it happens Google and Apple could be in for more competition.
New GPS tech can track your every move. Should you fear it or embrace it?
Nintendo will officially take the wraps off the Wii U at E3, a major annual game exhibition scheduled June 5-7 in Los Angeles.
Mark Zuckerberg's timeline event, "Married Priscilla Chan," has already been "liked" by more than 700,000 Facebook fans.
But is the long-term viability and success of Facebook a slam dunk? You’d think so, but not everybody agrees -- and many anticipate some lively battles ahead.
NASA is using an interactive Google Map to let you see the path of Sunday's annular solar eclipse, which will be viewable for millions of people.
Click on the doodle and Google takes you to a search results page for the holiday, where you can learn how the holiday began and how it actually led to misery for its founder.
In March, the average Facebook mobile user engaged with the social network for more than 7 hours, according to comScore.