Google's Chrome OS has always prioritized simplicity, but now Google has added the ability to use multiple resizable windows, just like a normal desktop OS. Does it offer more power, or is it just a blast from the past?
As cries of a Google monopoly grow louder, legal scholar Robert Bork has piped in with an easy answer to Google critics: Stop using Google. Is it really that simple, or is ignoring the Mountain View giant easier said than done?
The Department of Homeland Security has enlisted a San Francisco company to help crack open the encrypted data in consoles, which it claims may hold key evidence in cases ranging from the exploitation of children to terrorism.
A new variant on Flashback malware exploits a Java vulnerability to install on Macs without any user interaction. Who's vulnerable, how can Mac owners protect themselves, and what does this mean for the future of Mac malware?
Polycom Foundation and Right to Play join forces to offer children affected by war, disease, poverty, and other adverse situations the chance to connect with leaders around the world to help them learn new skills and sports.