2011 is the year that mobile security is going mainstream. And while smartphones aren't a major malware target in the United States yet, there are reasons to be concerned about the future of mobile security.
Cool hacks aren't in short supply. Read on for some of the best hacks we covered this week.
A new Trojan is making the rounds in various alternative app markets in China, and it's being distributed through repackaged versions of other apps.
Hey! Today's Valentine's Day! Did you forget? If so, this Lego heart is a quick, nerdy way to say "I love you".
Remember the hidden switch Bruce Wayne would use to enter the Batcave? Someone actually made it.
Look back at the best stories of the week from PCWorld's GeekTech Blog!
We take a quick hands-on look at the IE9 release candidate.
We at GeekTech had the privilege of conducting an e-mail interview with Jason Brush of Schematic, the company that Google worked with to develop Google Art Project. Here's what he had to say.
Hot off the heels of Sony's lawsuit against PlayStation 3 jailbreakers, a Sony-operated Twitter account retweeted the PS3 unlock code. Um, oops.
Will the PC inherit traits from its younger tablet siblings? Here's why that may be a good--and not-so-good--thing.
Researchers at UC Berkeley have figured out how to place nanolasers on silicon, opening the doors to new, more powerful processors.
Join the GeekTech crew and get our take on the recent Macworld Expo, bomb- detecting plants (huh?), and more on this week's episode of the PCWorld Podcast.
Microsoft announced a plug-in that will let Chrome users on Windows continue to watch H.264 video.