Recent FTC litigation against SMS junk mailers may force scammers to change tactics, a security firm suggests.
Being adept at the lobbying game can be just as effective in gaining ground on tech rivals as making better products or pressing patent lawsuits.
In a blog post on the carrier's website, an AT&T executive said that it's company policy to unlock devices if customers have met the terms of their service agreements.
Facebook is slated to hold a press briefing Thursday, where the social networks' news feed is likely to get an overhaul.
Hand gestures that allow you to pinch-to-zoom objects on your screen and even duplicate mouse functions have been added to the developers' kit for the Kinect.
Evernote has released software updates designed to streamline the password-changing process in the wake of a security breach.
New models are making room for price cuts on recent introductions, including Ivy Bridge laptops, tablets, HD TVs and PS3s, which may pique attention of bargain hunters.
Some Dropbox users are complaining about unusual volumes of spam directed at them and that they've linking to a data breach more than a year ago at the cloud storage service.
Hollywood is starting to hunt down mobile apps that contain infringing content and asking that they be removed from app stores.
Amidst accusations that a secretive unit in the Chinese Army is behind a series of high-profile intrusions at U.S. institutions, China claims that its defense servers are attacked by U.S.-based hackers thousands of times per month.
More than 60 thought leaders, including Mark Cuban, have signed an Electronic Frontier Foundation letter asking the House Judiciary Committee to investigate patent trolling.
Both Firefox and Chrome are adding new functionality to tabs in their respective bids to build the best web browser.
Nintendo wants four countries added to the U.S. Trade Representative's copyright watch list for rampant gaming piracy.
Mozilla, Ericsson, AT&T will show the web technology's video, voice calling, and file-sharing chops at the Mobile World Congress this week.
Software giant Microsoft saw its Azure cloud service crash, its Mac systems hacked, and a malware intrusion.