A new Mac OS X malware disguises itself as a video player for movie trailers and serves you affiliate ads on Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, according to a Russian anti-virus company.
Over 30,000 websites have put up anti-CISPA banners that people can use to send their representatives automated messages protesting the bill. Here's hoping they don't all end up in the spam folder.
Amazon and the CIA may have worked out a now not-so-secret $600 million deal that will have the e-commerce company building a private cloud for the agency within the next ten years.
Microsoft's "Keep the Cash" promo will grant developers $100 per qualifying app and, if done right, could lead to more quality apps in the Windows Store and the Windows Phone Store.
In an effort to widen Chromebooks' market availability, Google is releasing three models in six different countries, while stocking up more than 1,000 Best Buys with their Chrome OS laptops stateside.
The person occupying the very top seat in a company doesn't always know every single detail there is to know about running a business. If a CEO needs to learn anything tech for their firm, IBM has a boot camp where they can learn whatever it is they need to.
A network of websites with more than 300 million users sees more traffic from Google's ill-fated RSS reader than from its fledgling social network, which the company claims has at least 100 million active users.
You can now install and boot into Windows 8 on your Mac, thanks to the newest update to Mac OS X 10.8.3 Mountain Lion. In addition, Apple implements bug fixes and a new iTunes gift card redemption feature.
Microsoft's data center got so hot earlier this week, it knocked Outlook, Hotmail, and SkyDrive offline for 16 hours, this according to the Microsoft Windows Services vice president.
The Reader will exist no more by July 1, but what's the real reason why Google is killing a product that's never made money in the first place? According to a former Google Reader manager, it might be because of Google+.
You can protect your computer from being infected by malware introduced via USBs by installing Microsoft's newest Windows update that contains a patch to fix your system's vulnerability.
A school in Idaho recently became recipient to a program that equips students with iPads. The tablets, according to its teachers and principal, have bought an amazing positive change in their classrooms.
Watson might soon be looking for digital evidence to be used in court, helping employees achieve their long-term career goals, and concocting the perfect treatment plan for a PTSD patient if the USC students who took part in IBM's competition get their way.
A new competitor in the gesture control space was introduced by a German firm, and if the company's claims are to be believed, it's a lot more accurate than other technologies you've previously heard of.
Android's digital personal assistant, Google Now, might have a wider userbase in the future. The feature may make the leap from Android Jelly Bean devices into PCs and Chrome OS computers via the Chrome browser.