We tested ten of this year’s foremost security suites to see how well they protect PCs, mobile devices, and social networks from malware and other threats.
Trend Micro's suite combines first-rate protection with 5GB of free online backup, online-banking security, and more.
All the advanced options you could hope for, but lacking in protection.
Webroot's suite has a nice interface, but the program needs to get better at detecting zero-day attacks and distinguishing between threats and nonthreats.
New to the U.S. market, Eset's suite offers excellent antivirus if you can tolerate the drag it puts on your system.
VIPRE's suite falls short on zero-day detection and usability.
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Goji Play combines two things I love: Exercise and video games. Too bad it feels like it's still in production.
Toyota’s futuristic sports car has a fully functioning head-up display (HUD) that projects data ahead of the windshield so that eyes stay on the road.
Tesla perishes the thought of a recall and focuses instead on doubling its retail and service centers in 2014.
Safety is always the priority.
It can brake proactively if it foresees a collision. It can follow the car ahead of you in stop-and-go traffic. And it can parallel-park with your help on the pedals (just so you still feel useful).
TrackingPoint's targeting system tracks every variable you can throw at it AND includes live-streaming video capabilities.