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Dropbox Two-Step Verification: Hands On

Online services are enabling additional security by checking your identity via SMS or a mobile app. Here's how it works.

Iomega StorCenter ix2-dl Review: Network-Attached Storage Can Be Used for Video Surveillance, Too

This NAS packs a solid punch and has a slew of features, but is unimpressive at writing small data sets.

SkyDrive Web App Gets a Makeover, Android App Coming

SkyDrive gets better with a redesign of its Web interface and the promised release of an Android app.

Dropbox Gets a Black Eye in Spam Attack

Efforts to mature into a more enterprise-ready service take a hit.

Dropbox Spam Attack Blamed on Employee Account Breach

A stolen password was used to access the employee's account, which contained a document with user e-mail addresses, Dropbox said.

Five Thunderbolt Devices for Lightning-Fast Data Transfers

Looking to add some speed to your rig's storage gear? Thunderbolt is ready to take you to new heights.

Back to School Sales Aren't Only for Students

Deals are already appearing, so it's not too soon to shop around for laptops, tablets, accessories and the seasonal Apple back-to-school special. Here's an overview.

A Look at the Worst Security Snafus of 2012 -- So Far

The year started off with the FBI raiding the cloud file-sharing and storage Megaupload site, and last month the University of Nebraska acknowledged a data breach that exposed personal information on students and employees, plus parents and university alumni.

Windows To Go: A Guide to Booting by USB

Windows to Go is a good way to evaluate Windows 8 on your PC without disrupting your current OS. But it can get a bit complicated, so here are the do's and don'ts.

Flame Malware Illustrates Vulnerability of USB Drives

The virus used USB ports found on every PC as a pathway to avoid detection by network-guarding security systems.