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Making tablet buyers as happy as possible is a good play considering the competitive landscape, particularly amid the popularity of Apple's iPad.
Microsoft -- whose job it is to patch the hole -- won't issue the fix until Windows 8 ships October 26.
The database of infected sites and other pests will likely bolster Google's existing security services.
Evidence and examples are mounting of the myriad ways the government, law enforcement, and even private companies are monitoring our activities.
Now is the time to buy old iPhones, 55-inch HDTVs, and SSD drives, as deals accompany product introductions.
It's another hit for an industry that has been repeatedly hammered by the growing popularity of small, cool tablets and several years of a slow economy.
The Elderwood gang specializes in finding and exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft's IE browser and Adobe's Flash Player.
Apple's mobile operating system can automatically retrieve a boarding pass when a traveler arrives and zap payment when stopping at Starbuck's.
Digital crooks are turning to mobile malware, SMS spoofing, and worse as people move toward smartphones and tablets, according to a new report.
Let me tell you about Homestuck.
The Shack teams with Cricket for month-to-month plans ranging from $25 to $60.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is getting ready to measure mobile data speeds in a joint project with major carriers and other participants.