With IT not requiring safer pass codes and device usability a factor, finding of 80 percent of users choosing convenience not surprising
Hackers are increasingly turning to brute force attacks aimed at snaring credentials.
The Samsung Ativ Book 7 has a high-resolution touchscreen display and fabulous battery life, but its keyboard will drive touch-typists bonkers.
One in seven emails from financial brands poses risks to consumers, a study suggests.
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are getting bigger, but their duration are getting shorter, according to an analysis released last week by Arbor Networks.
'Over-the-top' services are used to disguise text spam campaigns by sending a few messages from many phone numbers.
Distributed Spam Distraction attacks may last up to 24 hours, and inundate an inbox with as many as 60,000 messages, AppRiver report notes in a report.
Texting scams continue to increase, with scammers using come-ons similar to the phishing techniques used in spam email for years.
Almost two-thirds of data breaches in 2012 could be attributed to negligence or human error and system glitches, reported the eighth annual Ponemon Global Cost of a Data Breach study.
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.