Recent numbers by a market research firm show that Android users appear to spend 20 percent less time using their apps than iOS users spend.
BlackBerry's Q10, the company’s new smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard, is finally appearing in U.S. retail channels. AT&T is the latest carrier to start taking pre-orders for the phone.
The carrier will add 200 free voice minutes (via VoIP) to a current plan that gives FreedomPop users 500MB of data for free.
Google expands initiative to power its data centers with renewable energy.
The new Yahoo privacy agreement allows the company to scan your email for information to create targeted advertisements.
NetMarketShare says Microsoft's IE is top dog, while StatCounter crowns Chrome the king in the competitive browser market.
NSS Labs says much still needs to be done to enable near real-time situational awareness across the nation's critical infrastructure and to fully leverage U.S. government cyber intelligence capabilities.
Several longstanding malware scams resurfaced recently, and Amazon and Ruby on Rails were targeted by Internet reprobates. Here's what to watch out for.
The top-level domain name for the former Soviet Union becomes a magnet for denizens of online underworld.
Search giant puts heat on software industry to clean up its mistakes quickly--some within seven days.
Following a call to action by several feminist groups, Facebook pledged this week to do a better controlling gender-based hate on the social network.
Chrome is about to support in-app payments for Chrome Packaged Apps thanks to the newly embeddable Chrome Wallet app. The process is currently only open to developers.
If you can't beat 'em, infect 'em with malware and lock down their computer.
The forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will reportedly run on an Intel Atom processor, which would be a big win in the mobile space for the chipmaker.
Upscale retailer and activists attracted pushers of malicious software this week, and an uncommon iOS pest surfaced as well.