Criminals file for fraudulent tax refunds using consumers' information. Law firms are being hacked. The trend is clear: People have to worry about the security of their third parties. Lessons for consumers on what they should do to check out their providers' security.
We now know the tradeoff for free Windows 10: Microsoft wants data about how you use your PC. Use these controls to customize feedback frequency and limit what the company sees.
As long as your hardware has an IR receiver, and doesn’t rely on Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or some other technology, the Pronto can probably control it.
Dell’s planned US$67 billion acquisition of EMC will create a broad collection of businesses called Dell Technologies.
A California court has dismissed part of a lawsuit brought by Twitter that challenges U.S. government restrictions on what it can say about surveillance requests on its users.
Potential version of the FB Messenger iOS app has a time-limit for your messages to remain visible.
A strong camera upgrade and support for the latest charging standard could help Samsung's next phablet stand out.
Nvidia and Samsung have avoided a potentially ugly court battle with a settlement that ends all outstanding intellectual property litigation between the two companies.
I guess this makes Infinite Warfare objectively one notch better than Star Wars Battlefront.
Cracker Jacks puts the free toy out of its misery with a mobile app tie-in.
Starting May 6 you'll be able to purchase a Rift from Amazon and cancel your official preorder, if you'd like.
Future smartphones may no longer need a dedicated button for unlocking the device or performing other actions with a fingerprint.
Samsung’s SmartThings smart home hub deals with its second security flaw in six months.
Solar Impulse 2, a pioneering solar-powered aircraft attempting to fly around the world without burning a single drop of fuel, set off early Monday for the U.S. coast-to-coast leg of its flight.
Valve is battling Steam cheaters with information that cheaters willingly handed over.