After 50 million users learn about the weakness of hashed passwords the hard way, LivingSocial reconsiders and revamps its password security practices.
The Wii U console gets its first major software refresh, speeding up the system's performance
Cyber thieves attracted to the richness of in-game commerce, report finds
All Windows computers will be incorporated into the ATIV brand.
Game downloads for smartphones and tablets should triple in the next five years, a trend that will have a significant impact on console gaming.
Delivery delays force T-Mobile and AT&T to postpone shipping orders for the Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone.
There's a new low-cost single-board computer on the block designed to give the million-selling Raspberry Pi a run for its money. It's called the BeagleBoard Black.
As a proposed Internet sales tax bill rushes through the Senate, opponents argue caution.
Without the endorsement of the big technology firms that helped with the SOPA boycott last year, protests against CISPA aren't drawing the same support or attention.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer defended her decision this week at a Great Place to Work conference, but Earth Day facts don't back her rationale.
About 2000 merchants participate in the Perk rewards program, but the browser is a bit pushy.
About half of online shoppers are "very frequently" or "frequently" prevented from buying online good and services because they can't get their credentials to work at business websites, a study released Wednesday finds.
Web usage for Google's Chromebooks may be weak, but shipments remain strong.
The long-awaited Samsung Galaxy S4 phone finally has a launch date: April 30 on AT&T, with other carriers expected to follow suit soon after.
Both paid and free apps in the Google Play store harvest the same amount of private information from Android phones, a security researcher has discovered.