Research companies also predict in-app purchases will be major revenue driver as worldwide mobile-app count hits 309 billion.
These devices attempt to bring the best of the tablet and laptop worlds together in one portable package.
Security researchers accuse Adobe of being to slow in fixing 46 reported flaws and recommend that users avoid Reader for now.
Majority of enterprise networks have outdated, misconfigured, insecure devices not up to the task of supporting BYOD and virtualization, a new study finds.
The Rex Mundi threatened to steal AmeriCash's customer data unless the payday lender paid them an "idiot tax" for leaving its server unsecured.
Face recognition, voice identification, and augmented reality can enrich the mobile experience -- but they can also be abused in scary ways.
From no-frills servers to free cooling, the Open Compute Project reveals the many secrets behind Facebook's high-efficiency data centers.
Flawed mobile apps for Facebook, Dropbox, LinkedIn, and likely others save user authentication data as easy-to-swipe plain text files.
Demonstrators spotlight Apple's alleged ongoing mistreatment of overseas workers.
If feds pull down temporary network as planned, machines infected with DNSChanger Trojan won't be able to access the Web.
Analysis: Facebook now boasts 1000 times more Web referrals than Google+, while Google lays out an unimpressive blueprint for its business pages.
Google+'s inflexible platform and lack of integration with other Google services prove an Achilles' heel for newly minted Business Pages.
Rather than dangling the same old Facebook games to lure users, Google should take better advantage of its rich portfolio of apps and service.
Thanks to Apple's stranglehold on the supply chain, its competition has no choice but to turn to fiberglass
Apple and its customers must accept that Macs aren't bulletproof and are now worth hackers' time
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