The Systemax Assault is a super ruggedized notebook that can handle extreme situations - literally.
After last monthâ€™s huge patch release, things calm in September, with just five bulletins in Microsoftâ€™s monthly security patch.
A new Department of Justice filing comes out against the idea of net neutrality
Hewlett Packard has announced its largest launch of iPAQ products, along with mobile entertainment products and a juiced-up Blackbird 002 PC aimed just at gamers.
A new tool will highlight questionable content on Wikipedia entries.
Salesforce has vastly increased its download subscription software subscription sales to Dell.
Facebook is going to make the basic profiles of its members open to non-members searching the site, and those will also soon be on search engines.
Microsoft has shipped version 1.0 of its Flash competitor Silverlight, and is partnering with Novell to develop Linux support.
Gaming on a laptop doesn't have to mean playing Solitaire. Vigor's newest mobile computers have performance hardware under the hood that nearly matches high-end desktops.
Buy an individual virus or an entire cyber crime kit â€“ the choice is yours, and itâ€™s all on sale.
Reports claim that the Chinese PLA were not only responsible for a Pentagon cyber attack, but have also hit British and German government computers.
Microsoft's Office Open XML document format didn't get fast-tracked as an international standard, but the company still believes the format will gain widespread acceptance.
Got a lot of video? Or a lot of anything? LaCie's new Biggest Quadra four-disk RAID offers four high-speed interfaces and capacities up to 4 TB.
Iogear's Wireless USB Hub and Adapter Kit is now available, enabling up to three computers o connect wirelessly to up to four USB devices.
A new add-on for Firefox lets users delete ads from sites.