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The FBI says it has arrested a Florida man who it claims is responsible for hacking into actress Scarlett Johansson's e-mail account and distributing nude pictures of the star.
E-commerce, mobile computing, tablets and other emerging channels have become so important to Best Buy that the company is rebuilding internal IT resources.
While HTML5 is replacing Flash for mainstream sites, online games and media-rich apps will get a boost from Flash Player 11 and AIR3.
I've used Quicken for managing my personal and business finances for nearly 20 years. Intuit continues to improve and evolve the software with new features.
Airlines and airports will have to gear themselves up to support airline passengers demanding to use their smartphones to check-in online and get flight and airport gate information.
Too much time at a PC can wreak havoc on your joints and muscles. This handy helper reminds you to take breaks at regular intervals.
On the heels of researchers claiming a massive vulnerability in its phones, HTC now says it will investigate.
Watch out for whaling, smartphone worms, social media scams, not to mention attacks targeting your car and house.
A new study shows that corporate IT is concerned about the deployment of cloud computing applications without the involvement of IT.
The maker of Quickbooks recently demonstrated new mobile apps for small-business owners to stay on top of their finances, take payments, and pay employees, all while on the go.
Many of the services announced at the TechCrunch Disrupt event in San Francisco are designed to help small businesses. Here are some of the highlights.
Along with HP's new line of printers comes 3D object scanning and enhanced Web-based printing services.
Make every pixel count with these tools for moving, resizing, and controlling windows. None are expensive, and many are free.
While VMware users harbor little doubt about the cost savings and productivity gains brought by virtualizing their networks, security concerns still exist.