Computing
Computing

Can the government force you to decrypt private data?

A Colorado judge has ordered a suspect to decrypt information stored on a shared family computer, and an appeals court has refused to get involved. What does this mean for the Fifth Amendment?
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HP Folio 13 Review

HP Folio 13 Review.
Product Review

Lenovo ThinkPad T420s Review

Lenovo ThinkPad T420s Review.
Computing

Scientists create working transistor from a single atom

Researchers from the University of New South Wales, Purdue University and the University of Melbourne have achieved a breakthrough in computing by creating a working one-atom transistor, beating Moore's Law's prediction by eight years.
Computing

Microsoft rolls out a dramatically different logo for Windows 8

While Microsoft developers continue to work endlessly on the upcoming revision of the Windows operating system, Microsoft has unveiled a new logo for the future release of Windows 8
Apple

Weekly Rewind: Rumors hit of a 4G iPad, Apple announces Mountain Lion, and Hulu Plus finally comes to the Wii

This week we heard plenty of new rumors about the upcoming iPad 3, saw Hulu Plus finally become available to Nintendo Wii owners, and discovered that Apple plans to release a new operating system this summer.
Apple

Hands on with Messages Beta for Apple OS X Lion

Apple is currently giving OS X Lion users a sneak peek at what's to come in Mountain Lion with the Message Beta app. We took a close look at the new app to see how well it performed and give you our thoughts.
Apple

What to expect in Mac OS X Mountain Lion

Apple has taken the wraps off Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. What new features are coming to Macs, and how will the changes affect you?
Computing

EU court rules sites can’t be forced to check for piracy

A European Union court has ruled that Web sites and social networking operators can't be forced to install filters designed to prevent piracy of music, video, and other content.
Apple

Apple has announced a new OS X: Mountain Lion

Apple has a new operating system underway. The OS X Mountain Lion will offer some of the features iOS users have grown accustomed to and plans to integrate iCloud capabilities across all your Apple devices.
Computing

Are bandwidth caps about easing congestion, or protecting television?

So-called "data hogs" and file sharers are routinely blamed for data caps imposed by ISPs, but what if broadband providers are really interested in protecting their television businesses?
Computing

Time Warner releases live TV streaming app for the PC

As cable companies continue to look for new ways to keep dwindling subscribers from cutting the cord, Time Warner Cable has just rolled out streaming television support for the personal computer.