There's free Wi-Fi and Internet access virtually anywhere you go...or so I thought. It turns out that not all Internet access is created equally, and working from the road was harder than expected.
An alarming number of companies grant admin rights to users and have no idea what software is installed on their PCs, says a survey of IT professionals.
The rationale for shutting down electronic devices was proven false years ago. It's time to change the FAA in-flight gadget rules.
Oracle has cranked out a patch for Java a few short days after news of a zero-day exploit was announced. Oracle is short on details, though, about what the patch fixes.
Attackers have developed an exploit for a zero-day vulnerability in Oracle's Java, and security experts are concerned that widespread attacks are imminent.
AT&T may not be violating FCC net neutrality rules, but limiting FaceTime to pricier data plans is a bad move no matter how you slice it.
Selling the Surface tablet for a mere $200 could be a winning strategy for Microsoft.
Microsoft released nine new security bulletins for Patch Tuesday, and Adobe piled on with security fixes of its own to make for a busy week for IT admins.
Businesses can take advantage of the $40 Windows 8 upgrade, or subscribe to Windows InTune and get Windows 8 thrown in.
We rely on the FTC, FCC, and other US agencies to enforce policies and defend average citizens, but they frequently drop the ball.
A new malware threat has been discovered that seems to have the same state-sponsored roots as Stuxnet, Duqu, and Flame.
Lenovo has announced it's upcoming Windows 8 tablet, but without a price there's no way to even begin to evaluate it against rival tablets.
eFax has a new app available for Office 2013 that integrates with Word 2013 to let you send and receive faxes without the paper.
iCloud is awesome because it "just works", but the Mat Honan hack illustrates how that can quickly be turned against you as well.
Attackers were able to social engineer their way into Mat Honan's iCloud account--and gain access to the Gizmodo Twitter account. Based on my experience with Apple support, that is not an easy thing to do.