While it's true some users may lose their Internet access next month, it's not the FBI's fault and there's still time to remove the malware that may cause a problem.
Targeted ads mean big bucks, so don't expect Google to ease its efforts to glean data about users, push marketers their way, and prompt lots of clicks.
ABC's Nightline is scheduled to air a report Tuesday after a rare behind-the-scenes look inside the factories.
A lot of the speculation is focused on the display on the iPad 3, which Apple is expected to unveil March 7.
Studies from Wellesley College and the University of Minnesota examined online piracy since BitTorrent appeared in 2003, and the results are telling.
Tens of thousands of Europeans rallied this weekend to protest ACTA, an anti-piracy treaty many fear will impede freedom on the Internet.
Even security companies who make their living protecting people from such attacks are not immune.
The latest forms of digital spam include clickjacking, junk apps, bad QR codes, and much more. Here's what you can do to stay safe.
Concerns about Google's revamped privacy policies give Microsoft an opening to promote the tracking protection built into Internet Explorer.
Path is trying to be a social network that is more personal, one in which your friends are actually people you currently have in your life.
Here's a rundown of the most recent dish about the social network, courtesy of the disclosures necessary when a company plans to go public.
Some consumers get confused and shell out money thinking they're getting the real app, when they're actually buying a counterfeit.
Facebook is making Timeline compulsory and is rolling it out to all users in the next couple of weeks, so you'll want to be prepared for all that sharing.
Inductive charging technology had a big presence at the Consumer Electronics Show this month, and one product shown there can wirelessly charge an iPad 2.