Get a closer look at Qualcomm's Mirasol display technology, which should make its way into products next year.
The scariest sites on the Net? They're not the ones you might suspect. Here's what to watch for and how to stay safe.
According to a security researcher, a security flaw in Safari that Apple patched still lives on.
Real? Fake? A video on YouTube shows a purported Windows-based HP tablet in action.
Like the "Droid" robotic voice from the Verizon Droid ads? With this quick hack you can mimic the distinctive voice using a Mac's text-to-speech feature.
A group of privacy advocates have filed a lawsuit against a mobile ad network, claiming that the company is abusing HTML5 to store user data.
Another week, another batch of nerdery from PCWorld's GeekTech blog: This week, we look at odd malware, goodies from IDF, and more.
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Trend Micro's new "Titanium" product line will use cloud computing techniques with the goal of detecting malware more quickly.
Norton releases 2011 versions of security suite and antivirus software for windows with new features and malware detection technology.