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The Federal Trade Commission today issued its annual look at what consumers in the United States are complaining about the most.
The U.S. tax agency releases its "Dirty Dozen" of leading tax scams that have surfaced, urging consumers to take care.
As in the past few years, the U.S. Customs agency teamed with the NFL to cut into the lucrative counterfeit sports gear market.
Identity theft is the top consumer complaint to the Federal Trade Commission for the 13th year in a row.
The Federal Trade Commission is now offering $50,000 to anyone who can create what the agency calls an innovative way to block illegal commercial robocalls on landlines and mobile phones.
When it comes to security, most mobile devices are a target waiting to be attacked. That's pretty much the conclusion of a report to Congress on the status of the security of mobile devices this week by watchdogs at the Government Accountability Office.
Backed by $1 billion in R&D, IBM's mainframe gets record speed and storage to handle heavy-duty business.
Federal judges are getting new instructions on how to discourage juror use of social media via mobile or other computing devices during a trial.
The Government Accountability Office today said the FCC should reassess and possibly change its regulations regarding mobile phone radiation.
The massive power outages across most of northern India have not affected the software development, back office operations and services work that emanates from the country.
The most common sources of cyberthreats.
Few things can ruin your day like a big traffic jam.
IBM says there's less spam, but automated password guessing and mobile exploits are on the rise.
The leaders of the Department of Defense and the Federal Bureau of Investigation this week separately expressed concern over the increasing numbers of cyberattacks.
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