The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) say that Windows XP and Internet Explorer are a bad combination. CERT doesn't really want you to be using XP at all, but if you have to, they recommend that you switch to a browser other than Internet…
Apple values their education and business customers more than ever, as they've recently made sweeping improvements to the loyalty program for those groups.
Sometimes things come about accidentally. If an interview with a former Apple engineer is any indication, you can put the button-less Apple mouse in that column as well. Learn more here.
Intel is leading the charge to make next-generation cables that can handle the ever-increasing power of our most massive computers. Intel will create MXCs, cables that can transmit as much as 800Gbps in and out of a server.
After slicing and dicing through Jeopardy a couple of years back, IBM's Watson has taken the stage at SWSX 2014 in Austin, Texas to take on and conquer a new challenge: conjuring up cooking recipes.
The Surface tablet's battery-boosting Power Cover that we first heard about last September finally has a launch date – March 19. The $200 device is designed to boost the Surface's battery life by up to 70 percent.
The start of NFL free agency is nearly upon is. Here's how you can keep up with all the NFL free agent news and rumors. Learn more from our guide here.
It's your move Windows XP users. Are you going to blink and move to Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1? Or are you going to stand pat and stick with XP even after Microsoft stops supporting it? We just want to know!
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden told the crowd at SXSW 2014 that better encryption tools are the best way to limit mass government surveillance, and called on the techologists in attendance to help create these tools.
At the CeBIT trade fair in Germany, UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced a partnership between the two countries to develop 5G Internet, with the UK government also investing in the Internet of Things. Movie downloads in one second? Count me in.
Surprise surprise: McAfee's latest threat assessment reveals that instances of malware have been on the rise. Learn more about what McAfee found here.
As the curtain begins to close on Microsoft's support for Windows XP, the tech giant will be delivering a fresh batch of security updates for the aging operating system tomorrow. Learn more here.
Some businesses out there need to store lots of data, and would like to do so by packing it into as small a space as possible. Enter the next generation in optical storage from Sony and Panasonic.
The MacBook Pro 13 with Retina is one of the best notebooks we've ever reviewed, but it's now up against stiff competition in the form of Dell's new XPS 13. Can this 1080p carbon-fiber wonder beat Apple's finest?
Though $1,000 convertibles probably make for larger profit margins, we think the PC industry would be better served by making low-cost notebooks running existing, battery-efficient gear. Oh, and customers would win too.