REVIEW: Testing a phone is one thing, but to really learn how well it works means you have to use …read more
Chrome browser users will now be able to set up individual profiles for multiple people.
A Distributed Denial of Service attack on Internet blacklist maintainer Spamhaus has topped 300 Gbps, powered by “open recursive resolvers,” …read more
Oracle says that the time is ripe to take its “engineered-together” systems to a new level.
It’s official. Microsoft finally officially acknowledges Windows Blue and signs point to an appearance at this summer’s Build developer conference.<div …read more
IBM announced that it is opening a new technology center in downtown Baton Rouge, La., that will bring 800 high-tech …read more
REVIEW: Centrify aims to ease administrative burdens by bringing policy-based control to a multitude of mobile devices and the applications …read more
An analysis of data collected from 1,000-plus corporate networks finds more than 26,000 malware samples that escaped detection by antivirus …read more
Since being bought out by Dell, their product lineup may have become a little more conservative, but at the …read more
It’s a commonly accepted notion that Super Metroid is ranked as one of the best games of all time. The …read more
At the Game Developers Conference 2013 in San Francisco, Mozilla and Epic Games have announced that they have teamed …read more
The Linux Foundation reports that enterprise adoption of Linux is up for the third straight year.
The specially machined aluminum alloy base reduces thickness while improving durability and features three viewing and typing angles.
Sony has pulled out all the stops, design-wise, with the launch of its Xperia family of handsets and tablets.
Cars were an original way people stay connected, says Ford.
Google and Facebook are helping to make it still true …read more
EA has kicked off its marketing campaign for Battlefield 4 today with a press release and a 17-minute gameplay …read more