Canada's tax authority and a popular British parenting site are the first to admit data loss.
The move, in early discussions, would add a layer of security for Web users.
Because everyone wants a pizza to commemorate their favorite Windows XP browser, right?
'I don't fancy going up against charges from Oracle's legal teams,' webmaster says
But Google's modular smartphone architecture is at best a long shot, according to an analyst.
A US judge blasts Typo's bond request as 'wildly inappropriate' as a sales ban looms
The man behind dozens of nature documentaries spanning six decades is now entering virtual reality.
The company will host customers' public hotspot management and give them a dashboard to control access
Why wait? Microsoft's developer preview is actually open to anyone who's a little adventurous.
The company is soon to become a registered e-money firm in Ireland, paving the way into the EU
The carrier continues to wage war against its rivals with a petition to eliminate overage penalties across the board.
Network attached storage may be your best bet to get those unruly pictures, music files, and videos under control in a flash. Here's your plan of attack.
The administration said information may be withheld for national security and law enforcement needs.
A federal appeals court has ruled that the venue for Auernheimer's prosecution wasn't appropriate
With the Cortana digital assistant and a vibrant new interface, the OS is finally positioned to attract the users and developers it critically needs.