Sketchy ads promote battery-saver apps for Android, but security experts say the programs are really designed to steal your data--or your money.
Apple faithful remember a tech legend and tell how Steve Jobs' life work has touched their lives.
Hewlett-Packard says it will discontinue its mobile WebOS division and is considering spinning off its personal-computer business and buying software maker Autonomy for $10 billion.
These powerful (and sometimes creepy) tools help Google, Facebook, Amazon, and others stay one step ahead of us online.
To track or not to track: Two PCWorld editors go toe-to-toe in the debate over Web advertisers' right to track online browsing behavior.
It's time to put the "app" in "Ap(p)ril Fools' Day." Can you tell which of these mobile apps are real and which ones are imaginary? It might be harder than you think.
Two PCWorld editors face off in the battle of the smartphone platforms.
If Apple is working on a mobile payment system for its next-gen iPhone and iPad it has a lot of work ahead of itself.
AT&T jumped the gun on debuting BlackBerry's latest phone when it slipped up and revealed images, specifications for the phone expected to be officially announced hours later at a press conference.
Sponsored links at the top of Google search results last week promised to take you to the official sites of big brands, but instead led to pages designed to extract your personal data.
Articles by Tom Spring