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A wave of Ultrabooks—light, thin laptops that have more capabilities and fewer compromises than ever—is hitting the market. Here's a look at some of the current crop.
From ATM skimmers that steal your money to hackable insulin pumps, technology does have a dark side. And the various forms of sneaky tech can have frightening consequences.
Laptops are undergoing radical change, with the latest crop of Ultrabooks leading the way.
Slim Ultrabooks may be able to slim down even more if this technology is adopted.
The Apple messaging technology that enables users to avoid an SMS spoofing bug is under a patent challenge.
An analyst expects the iPad Mini and Apple TV set will debut this fall, after identifying a ramp up in production at Foxconn factories.
We sit down with SimCity producer Jason Haber in Cologne, Germany to chat about what PC gamers can expect from the next SimCity game.
Do-it-yourselfers and users of virtual machines may have a legal, less expensive option than a full retail copy of Windows with Microsoft's next release.
WinPho's market growth and BlackBerry's free fall combine to push smartphones running Microsoft's mobile OS past the Canadian smartphone maker.
As much as 90% of the top 100 paid Android and iOS apps are ending up criminalized in hackers' hands, an Arxan study claims.
Want the speed of a solid-state drive without the expense? You might be able to set up a virtual hard drive in your PC by creating a RAM disk. Here's how to do it.
Analysis: In the latest snafu, Google Docs erased my files -- but only when I tried to view them in Chrome. Really, Google?
While SMS is a relatively mature technology, in recent years it has attracted the interest of security researchers as an attack vector for smartphones.