Lookout is one of the most popular Android antimalware apps around, but is bloatware really the answer to the (somewhat overhyped) Android security scourge?
Megaupload may be dead and gone, but Mega—the file storage and sharing service that rose from Megaupload's ashes—is going strong.
Privacy geeks the world over rely on TrueCrypt to encrypt their most private data, but the program's bones have never been thoroughly poked over. That's changing soon.
Nokia's king-sized smartphone is coming to AT&T and AT&T alone in the U.S.
Email as it is today can never be truly secure, so the makers of Lavabit and Secure Circle want to drag email into tomorrow via their Dark Mail Kickstarter campaign.
A new encryption tool promises to help users skirt some of the legal and copyright taboos of 3D printing.
Hermetically sealed helium helps hard drives run cooler, sip less power, and fit more storage into the same space.
If it exists, badBIOS infects your machine's BIOS -- the small bit of firmware that prepares your machine before booting the operating system.
Sony dishes the dirt on the PS4's hard drive, game caching, media playback, PS3 peripheral compatibility and more.
Less than two weeks after the notorious Isohunt was put out to pasture by The Man, a zombified version has appeared—thanks to the South Pacific island nation of Tonga.
But is a five-inch BlackBerry enough to lure the world away from their iPhones and Androids?
Forget the Galaxy Gear: Google's rumored to be jumping into the smartwatch fray, and Google Now could just be the killer feature that drags wrist riders main stream.
With the Nexus 5's release seemingly looming, we already know almost everything about the as-yet-unannounced Google phone.
Three weeks before the launch of the Xbox One, Microsoft's revealing more details about its next-gen gaming console.
Some Windows Phone users are reporting increased data usage caused by the built-in Twitter functionality for Windows Phone's People hub.