Pump and dump returns to grab the top spot on BitDefender's list of the top 10 spammers.
Buzz around the Eee includes a likely WiMAX version in the works, new accessories such as extended batteries, and rumors of an 8.9-inch screen.
A file corruption bug means that data saved could be corrupted.
In the battle between HD DVD and Blu-ray, ABI Research forecasts that, by 2012, universal drives capable of handling both formats will be the winners in PCs.
Once the undisputed most important piece of Internet software, AOL has announced it will no longer support the Netscape browser.
Give your mix CD's a professional look with the Dymo DiscPainter printer.
A hopped-up version of Dell's current Inspiron 1520 budget notebook has appeared for pre-order in Australia, confirming details of the new system.
The Japanese electronics giant is chasing down an Italian company that allegedly distributed DVD discs without paying the piper.
An appeals court has partially overturned a district court decision to throw out a patent lawsuit brought against Google by Hyperphrase.
IBM has unveiled its second set of five predictions about technology it believes will come to pass in the next five years.
Despite cost and compatibility issues, the Army is integrating Macs for the sake of security.
Asus is getting a jump on January's CES show, announcing its new Core Duo U2 notebook with an 11.1-inch, 1,366 by 768 widescreen LCD display.
McAfee has restated a decade's worth of financials, resulting in charge of $137.4 million - McAfee is also setting aside $13.8 million to handle shareholder suits.
The computer maker signs a deal with one of Europeâ€™s largest retailers.
Samba, an open-source project that seeks to enable file-sharing between Windows and Linux computers, has received documentation allowing it to work with patented Microsoft protocols.