The latest in Mozilla's rapid cycling, FIrefox 12 banishes UAC pop-ups and seems to be on the right path towards silent updates.
According to a recent survey, IT professionals in the US and Europe fear organized hacking organizations like Anonymous greatly.
Ron Paul is bringinging the fight for liberty and the gold standard to a side-scrolling Kickstarter video game launching this summer
A mysterious space exploration startup, set to debut next week, promises abundant new "natural resources, and has drawn the backing of Larry Paige, Eric Schmidt and board member K. Ram SHriram.
Read It Later app swtiches names to Pocket. Offers up a bevy of new features and says its dropping the $2.99 price tag.
MGM and Google are partnering to offer 600 classic titles for rent on YouTube. The online video watching trend seems to be on the right path.
Forget about your Raspberry Pi disappointment, both the budget-computer's distributors have confirmed the first batch and will begin shipping the Raspberry Pi out to customers next week.
Data center engineers to stay on-site 24/7 at 2012 Olympics using comfy little sleeping pods.
Flashback Trojan got you down? Worried about your Mac? Apple is working on it. In the meantime try these tools put out by Kaspersky Lab.
A GameStop settlement will soon be paying out to customers in California who couldn't get DLC for free.
35$ in India will soon get you a tablet sporting Android 4.0 and a dual-core Arm Cortex-A9 processor thanks to Datawind's Aakash.
Notch commits to his new space game 0x10c, revealing setting, and key features which include programming a fully functioning emulated 16 bit CPU
Twitter attacks spammers in an SF court, filing a lawsuit against the top 5 spam catalysts.
The Flashback Trojan has hit 600,000 Macs worldwide, 300,000 in the US and at least 274 in Cupertino alone. Is your computer safe?
Want to create your own robot, but don't have the funds? MIT is working on a bringing affordable and practical robot creating to a 3D printer near you.