PCWorld's editors name the top tech products of 2013, ranging from PCs to productivity software.
We'll give you a hint: BlackBerry did not make the dean's list.
It's that time of year again, when the editors of PCWorld and TechHive name the absolute best new hardware, gadgets, software, and services
The AllSeen Alliance is working on an open source framework that it says can be used to connect almost anything to the Internet
Rambus will get $280 million from a broad cross-licensing agreement
Most antivirus products aren't detecting the malware, called "INS"
Security and flexibility are among several big challenges for wider adoption of the virtual currencies, experts say.
Those supplying services to cybercriminals are looking for places where they won't be shut down, a security company says
HP is taking another stab at converged systems that it says are more tightly integrated, allowing customers to purchase and deploy them in 20 days.
CyanogenMod wants to roll out a encrypted text-message feature for Android phones to ensure that no one's peeking in on conversations.
Education alone won't result in a job offer. Employers want candidates who have used their tech skills
Qualcomm launched its 64-bit Snapdragon 410 processor Monday, which paves the way for a new generation of complex apps and mobile operating systems.
The goal is to attract customers that find the standard product either too pricey or too limited.
Many medical companies have started migrating patient records over to cloud servers to save costs but those savings could be negated by security costs and risks.
The carrier's data roaming plans will include LTE service, but only in Canada for now.