Computing
Computing

Survey says: Anonymous is the most feared threat by IT professionals

According to a recent survey, IT professionals in the US and Europe fear organized hacking organizations like Anonymous greatly.
Product Review

Toshiba Satellite P755 Review

Toshiba Satellite P755 Review.
Computing

Don’t sit down! It could kill you

Another study has linked sitting down all day with an increase in death. It may be time to get off that computer.
Computing

Can Adobe see its way through Creative Cloud?

Adobe's Creative Suite 6 updates flagship applications and includes Creative Cloud, a subscription option that provides access to the whole suite — and more — for as little as $50 a month. Is it a winning formula?
Computing

As Google Drive nears, Dropbox adds link sharing and Microsoft tunes up SkyDrive

The Google Drive whispers are picking up steam, but its future competitors are preparing to stand their ground with some notable new features.
Computing

FBI: Web will go dark for 350,000 infected Internet users starting July 9

For 350,000 unsuspecting Internet users infected with the DNSChanger malware, the Web will cease to function on July 9. Here's why, and how to check your PC before zero hour.
Computing

Student candidate allegedly hacks his own election results

With students that often know more about computer systems than teachers or administrators, cheating through digital methods continues to be an issue for high schools and universities.
Computing

Why Microsoft doesn’t need your money: Business brings home the bacon

Consumers may interact with Microsoft products every day, but apparently they're not making the company much cash. The money trail shows Microsoft drifting away from consumers and closer to business. Will its products follow suit?
Product Review

Alienware X51 Review

Alienware X51 Review.
Apple

Is cloud computing just a cloud of pollution?

Are cloud services just a way to put pollution and emissions in someone else's back yard as Greenpeace claims, or is there some legitimacy to criticizing megawatt-devouring data centers? Figuring it out can get a little messy.
Apple

Flashback lingers — despite Apple’s fix, the Mac malware remains on 140k machines

According to computer security firm Symantec, the recently discovered Flashback malware, which was estimated to be on approximately 600,000 Mac computers around the world, still hasn't been removed from some 140,000 of them. Time to perform…
Computing

Microsoft reveals three versions of Windows 8, including ARM-based Windows RT

Microsoft has announced three versions of Windows 8, and the Windows on ARM-specific version built for touchscreen devices has been officially named, "Windows RT."