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Fujitsu's innovative program will recycle the media into new laptop parts, greatly reducing the company's amount of plastic used.
Digital breadcrumbs left by the iMac and iPad computers were key in tracking them down after a burglary.
The malicious code -- also called Disttrack -- may be part of a directed attack at energy companies, but could take down other systems in its wake.
Google's Chrome security team urges caution with some PDF files.
Microsoft's ARM tablets will be priced to attract consumers, says a Lenovo executive; the expected price tag bumps Apple's iPad while pricier Intel Surface models aim for business.
Google has quietly launched delta updates for Google Play apps, offering a more economical way to refresh apps.
Third-party developers must rework their apps to take advantage of faster refresh -- and comply with policies restricting the number of customers.
You can significantly improve your laptop PC's performance by adding RAM, especially if you're running a 64-bit version of Windows.
According to Laptop Mag, Dell support is using shady tactics to get customers to buy expensive warranties.
If you're in the market for a new tablet that's not the iPad, then the Note 10.1 might be the tablet for you.
An ultraportable laptop's smaller display can be a challenge to work on. Here are five ways to squeeze more productivity out of limited screen space.
Instead of spending a few hundred dollars on a new camera, check out these free Android apps that can help take your mobile photography to another level.
Google acquires yet another big name in the travel and recreation space. Will this move encourage the FTC to come knocking on the search giant’s door once again?