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Mobile Users Prefer Wi-Fi Over Cellular for Price, Speed, and Reliability

Smartphone and tablet users prefer using Wi-Fi over cellular connections, and consider Wi-Fi cheaper, faster, easier to use, more reliable and, even, slightly more secure than cellular.

Smartphones Can Distract Diners, Prompting Restaurants to Act

It's something you see more and more when eating out -- people staring at and tapping on their phones instead of chatting with each other.

Shamoon Malware Cripples Windows PCs to Cover Tracks

Security companies, including Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab and U.S. antivirus vendor Symantec, have not yet figured out what kind of data Shamoon is looking for, then stealing.

2 Services That Help Protect Public Wi-Fi Users

Private Wi-Fi can automatically connect and activate itself from startup, and proXPN's Premium version offers the ability to configure your iPad or iPhone to also use the service.

Cloud Service OnLive Sold

The company will continue to operate its OnLive Game and Desktop services during the transition.

Back-to-School Tech Guide 2012

Here's tech that will make college a breeze, whether it's in the classroom or the dorm.

Wall Street Beat: Tech Earnings Help Continue Rally in IT Shares

Tech stocks have been climbing recently as key vendors such as Cisco and Lenovo report positive quarterly earnings and the U.S. economy offers glimpses of good...

How Police Tracked Down Steve Jobs' Stolen iPads

Digital breadcrumbs left by the iMac and iPad computers were key in tracking them down after a burglary.

TiVo Premiere 4 DVR: 4-Channel Recording for $250

TiVo subscribers who want four-channel DVR but don't want to pay for a huge hard drive now have a cheaper option.

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Wi-Fi on Buses and Trains: Better Service Ahead

Efforts by cities and transit authorities to keep bus and train passengers connected have been lackluster, but 4G may change that.

Brocade CEO Michael Klayko Resigns

The CEO of Brocade Communications has announced plans to retire from the company, even as the storage networking vendor reported increased profits for the...

Android 4.0: The Ultimate Guide (Plus Cheat Sheet)

How to find your way around Google's Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and make the most of its new features.

AT&T Hit by DDoS Attack, Suffers DNS Outage

Some AT&T customers are being affected by a failure in the carrier's DNS (Domain Name System) servers that began Wednesday morning.