Don't miss a postseason pitch, read our cord-cutter's guide to the 2016 MLB playoffs and the World Series.
A U.S. banking regulator says an employee downloaded a large amount of data from its computer system a week before he retired and is now unable to locate the thumb drives he stored it on.
Mozilla says the new Project Quantum engine at the heart of its Mozilla web browser will be "blazing fast," both for web browsing as well as apps.
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Security researchers have discovered a new way that allows malware to inject malicious code into other processes without being detected by antivirus programs and other endpoint security systems.
It's deal time! With its next-gen Zen chips just around the corner, AMD wants to unload AM3+ motherboards, and PCs that use them.
Microsoft revealed an army of VR headsets launching alongside the Windows 10 Creators Update. Here's everything we know so far.
Titanfall 2 has more to offer than the original, including a full singleplayer campaign. But is it better? And can it survive, sandwiched between Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty?
Android TV users can now get PlayStation Vue on their device of choice.
You can tweak the built-in Windows 10 color palette quite easily; you just have to know where to look!
A Pennsylvania man was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison on charges of hacking the Google and Apple email accounts of over 100 people including celebrities, and getting access to nude videos and photographs of some people.
The Australian Red Cross said its blood donor service has found that registration information of 550,000 donors had been compromised, which the agency blamed on human error by a third-party contractor.
Min Vid for Firefox puts your YouTube videos in a mini-player that runs on your desktop.
Social sharing, serious slams, and plenty more in this week's app selection.