Britain's biggest department store John Lewis is to offer customers free in-store Wi-Fi so they can compare its ticket prices with rivals.
Consumers trying to recover a Gmail password have been reminded not to use the widely-circulating Gmail hacker Pro software, which claims it can recover your password.
YapBrowser, a replacement web browser once promoted by controversial spyware company Zango, appears to have resurrected itself, possibly with the help of a UK-registered company.
Summer saw fewer numbers of rogue programs that masquerade as security tools and then infect your system, a security firm says.
Trend Micro reports a major targeted malware attack that has infected more than 1400 computers in Russia and its former Soviet satellites.
Facebook users worried about clicking on links are being offered a new app web that filters friend from foe.
An Italian researcher offers details of a new batch of unpatched vulnerabilities in data acquisition products from seven vendors.
Researchers show how a refresh of the Firesheep Wi-Fi sniffing tool can be used to access most of a victim's Google Web History.
Good national security teams and diligent Internet service providers result in consistently lower rates of malware infection, research reveals.
Nearly half of all US Android activity can be traced to only 10 hugely popular apps, an analyst finds.
Botnet criminals have flooded the Internet with a surge of attachment spam in recent weeks.
The QNX operating system that will power future BlackBerry devices has been given a cagey thumbs up by testers commissioned to probe for weaknesses.
The smartphone has become an ironic symbol of the London riots few manufacturers will want to dwell upon.
Users who turn off the User Access Control (UAC) are needlessly putting their systems at risk, Microsoft reports.
Most businesses preregistering .XXX domain names are not in the adult porn industry, but want to make sure no porn businesses use their name.