For almost an entire year beginning in March 2013, malicious attackers may have been harvesting customer information including credit card data, LaCie says.
As the list of major sites hit by Heartbleed grows, LastPass is helping its users figure out which accounts need password changes.
One week later and Office for iPad is still on top of the iTunes charts with more than 12 million downloads.
Many audiophiles will tell you that high-resolution audio delivers a superior sound. But is the quality worth the extra cost of stocking your music library with high-resolution recordings?
Google makes developers responsible for keeping scammy stuff like simulated system alerts and sudden redirects out of their apps. The company also sets curbs on pornography.
Because yes, it's 2013 and still illegal to unlock your cell phone without your carrier's permission.
And cheap international calls are coming for people without a contract.
Flappy Bird may be gone, but the App Store and Google Play are replete with clones of the popular one-tap game.
A recent Google change lets any Google+ user contact you via Gmail. Here's how to stop that potential spam flood before it starts.
Coin's 'one card to rule them all' dream certainly seems alluring, but this plastic needs to stay close to your smartphone.
Sure, sales numbers for Apple's laptops and desktops are down, and the Mac contributes less than ever to the company's bottom line. But the iconic computer remains vital to Apple's future.
Square Cash makes sending money to friends dead simple, but that simplicity could lead to a wave of phishing attacks.
It’s not easy keeping your devices secure, and mobile devices like smartphones, tablets, and, of course, laptops are no exception. But you can do a few things to improve your mobile security. Here’s a look at three of them.