Eric MackPCWorld

Top 5 Potential Cyber-Enemies for the United States

McAfee reveals a huge hacking campaign against U.S. interests that points to China as the source, but other serious threats exist.

The Mobile Bandwidth Drought: Carriers Respond

AT&T addresses past performance issues, confirms problems with capacity.


Hacker Arrests Escalate

A timeline of the law enforcement crackdown on hackers this summer.

Can We Avoid the Mobile Bandwidth Drought?

Smartphones, our addiction to mobile apps, and broadband gluttony are putting us on a path to wireless broadband scarcity.

Google+ Usage Declines: 5 Reasons Why

Google+ network traffic has leveled off; here are a few features that have already lost their luster for me.

Wrong LulzSec Suspect May Have Been Nabbed

LulzSec detractors say police may have been misled by a disinformation campaign waged by LulzSec and ended up arresting the wrong person.

Luminate Aims to Turn Web Images into Mini-Apps

The company uses a simple concept and its technology is cool with plenty of potential, but all that seems destined to become the next thing to spam up the Web even more.

Facebook Blows Past Google as Most-Typed URL Domain is by far the most typed address, three times more popular than the, according to data from URL Fixer.

Facebook iPad App Leaked

The tablet app was hiding in plain sight… inside the Facebook iPhone App.

Gmail's New Features: A First Look

Here's a primer to help you wade through the changes Google has made to its Gmail service.

Google's Calder Doodle Reacts to a Moving Laptop

A fully HTML5 doodle marking the sculptor's 113th birthday spins and sways.

Anonymous Member Launches Diatribe Via Twitter

A reporter trying to conduct an interview with a member of the group got little information and a whole lot of bravado and name-calling. Even simple, benign questions yielded mockery at every turn.

Privacy Concerns Will Topple Facebook One Day

Now that there's a viable new social network in Google+, Facebook's fatal flaw is looking all the more evident in comparison.

Apple's iPad: 5 Reasons Why I'll Never Buy One

The iPad is the tablet to beat, and there's no worthy Android competitor on the horizon, but I'm still not ready to jump ship because of these reasons.

What's the Deal with MySpace Tom and Google+?

The Myspace founder says he's retired, but he's acting more like a budding social media analyst.