The U.K. government has published a report on the staggering scale of surveillance in the country last year.
Sling TV's new Windows 10 app features Live Tiles and Cortana support.
The Xen Project has fixed four vulnerabilities in its widely used virtualization software, two of which could allow malicious virtual machine administrators to take over host servers.
The PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio drive the point home: PC gaming is more affordable than ever and often a better value than consoles.
Republican lawmakers are making a last-ditch bid to thwart the proposed transfer by the U.S. of internet governance to a multistakeholder body, by calling on the government to reconsider its plans to put the transition into effect by month end.
Old data breaches carried out years ago are entering into the limelight thanks to anonymous internet users like Keen.
The Federal Aviation Administration has advised passengers not to turn on or charge their Galaxy Note 7 smartphones on board aircraft, following reports of exploding batteries in the device made by Samsung Electronics.
Bernard Barbier, a former head of the French signals intelligence service, shared a few stories with students of CentraleSupélec, the elite engineering school from which he graduated in 1976, at a symposium this summer.
U.S. authorities have arrested two suspects for allegedly hacking into the online accounts of senior government officials.
While Box is probably best known for its user-facing storage and content services, the company is also operating a separate platform for developers, and it received a handful of updates Thursday.
Engaging customers is an ongoing challenge for companies large and small, but Salesforce has been working to make it easier. On Thursday, the CRM giant took its efforts a big step further.
Apple rarely backtracks once its mind is made up, and the exceptions don't always last.
If you haven't opted to take advantage of Samsung's recall offer, you should reconsider.
A new report suggests we'll see Microsoft launch a Surface all-in-one device at the end of next month.
Intel believes untethered headsets could be a new class of PCs in the future, and the company may develop chips dedicated to those devices.