Google officially escalated its unhappiness with Project Goliath, the secret concerted effort between the MPAA and state attorney generals, by filing a lawsuit against Mississippi state attorney general Jim Hood.
Spokespeople for the U.S. and North Korean governments have had a busy weekend of claim and counter-claim through the press: here's the latest comment from all the key players in the story.
Microsoft is no longer obligated to display a web browser choice screen in Internet Explorer on the old continent, as a 2009 EU ruling has just expired. What impact will this have on browser use, if any?
Are you looking for a small, silent computer that can tuck behind your monitor? Asus thinks it has just what you need with its new E210, a miniature desktop that leverages Intel's Bay Trail processor for efficient performance.
Not quite a Steam Machine, but still a strong contender, the Syber Vapor I proves that Valve's failure to deliver Steam OS on time doesn’t mean the PCs built to take advantage of…
Many corporations have fallen victim to hacks, leaking hundreds of millions of passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive information. Have any of these leaks directed affected your life?
Speculation that North Korea was directly responsible for a cyber attack on Sony Pictures has now been confirmed by the FBI. President Obama is expected to address the issue during his end-of-year address later today.
Who needs Santa Claus? Amazon is proving its desire to be your Christmas gift go-to with a long list of discounted Chromebooks, some of which have been discounted under $200 for a limited time.
They say “it’s the thought that counts,” but let’s be honest: money talks. An extravagant iPad Air 2, blistering gaming computer, or OLED TV is a guaranteed gift victory. So if you’re an adulterous man trying to reclaim the trust of the lover you…
Color accuracy and easy hardware calibration are the main selling points of BenQ's first "professional photography monitor," a 24-inch display with 2560 x 1440 resolution that promises to render 99% of the AdobeRGB gamut.
The city of South Pittsburg, Tennessee just banned city employees from criticizing it in social media. The punishment for violators wasn't revealed, but the new policy does not forbid the use of social media.
59.4 percent of Americans could opt for a 100 Mbps Internet service if they wanted do, but very few can select between more than one high-speed ISP.