The vulnerability had been exposed this year at the Black Hat Security Conference in Las Vegas
The Aspire 7600U is a mesmerizing machine, but its mobile processor means less-than-impressive performance.
This laptop has nice speakers, a usable touchscreen, and some expensive-looking design elements. But it’s just too bulky and underwhelming (performance-wise) to justify the almost-$1000 price tag.
The Yoga is perhaps one of the most usable Ultrabooks available today. It’s got a great keyboard, trackpad, and touchscreen, and it can be used in multiple positions.
MasterCard announced it is rolling out new, high-tech credit cards featuring touch-sensitive buttons and LCD screens.
V3 crams a dual GPU GTX 690 into a tiny PC costing $2,500. The result is superb gaming performance, but general performance lags a bit.
This compact gamng PC is housed in a surprisingly tinker-friendly chassis, and offers great overall performance.
FCC fines AT&T over forcing customers to switch from pay-as-you-go to monthly data plans.
Illinois federal court hands out largest BitTorrent-related damages award ever.
The Favorite button lets people know that you either loved their tweet or wanted to remember it.
The S945-P440 is a mediocre all-purpose laptop that might make a good family machine.
The Inspiron 15R 7520 may not be an Ultrabook, but it certainly packs a wallop under the hood.
Retailers are wary of "showrooming," which refers to customers visiting brick-and-mortar retail outlets only for a hands-on look at merchandise, which they then buy cheaper online. To fight this, some retailers are offering discounts for buying in person and promoting sales staff expertise.