Update takes advantage of Windows 8.1 capabilities.
Using a new twist on the old techinque of wire tapping, the NSA may have tapped fiber-optic cables to gather information without anyone knowing about it.
That's unfortunate, since YouTube says it put the new system in place to clean up spam on its website.
The digital rights group asks an appeals court to force the release of a surveillance legal opinion.
Pan-EU licensing would be a boost for online music providers, parliamentarians say.
Kaspersky Lab researchers warn that attackers could start to aggressively distribute this malware in the near future.
A new report by Chitika Insights shows Microsoft's Surface line continuing to grow, but be sure to have the right perspective when you look more closely at the numbers.
The updated beta version allows users to add more drives to their servers.
Windows 8 may have been built for touch, but laptop buyers are sticking to the ol' keyboard and mouse.
Data Protection Authorities should immediately suspend changes to Google's terms of service, privacy advocates in Europe say.
Samsung wanted the court to stay a damages retrial pending reexamination of an Apple patent, but a judge said no.
The first Steam Machine to come from a third-party PC maker looks pretty competitive, running all Steam games at 60fps for the same price as Microsoft's Xbox One console.
How retailers manipulate prices and products to get you in the door.
The Ryos MK Pro is a great mechanical keyboard—but its competitors are just as good (or better) and cost less. Aw, shucks.