Facebook has made "unacceptable" changes to its privacy settings that are detrimental to users, a coalition of European data protection officials warned.
Mozilla has expanded a service that checks a browser's plugins to now scan Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, and Chrome in addition to its own Firefox.
A computer security researcher has launched a project designed to provide people greater privacy when using Google.
A malicious advertisement has been found within an application for Facebook that redirects users to fake antivirus software, according to a security researcher.
Security vendor Panda came across a new HTC Magic phone that had three malware programs already on it.
Germany's Fraunhofer Institute is selling a mobile phone application that offers a unique feature over other password-storage applications.
A group of researchers plan to soon release a version of the Firefox browser that integrates the ability to view 3D graphics.
The latest version of OpenOffice.org fixes several vulnerabilities that could caused a computer to become hacked.
Google apologized on Saturday, saying it has made several changes to its new social-networking application Buzz that debuted last week amid privacy concerns.
Skype released the latest version of its application for the iPhone, adding new features and fixing a couple annoying bugs that hung up calls.
D-Link admitted on Friday that some of its routers have a vulnerability that could allow hackers access to a device's administrative settings.
Analysts see bad actors vying for a cut of Google's AdWords, defrauding advertisers.
Google will end Gears, an open-source plug-in project it launched two years ago to allow Web applications to function offline.
Google said Tuesday it will change how it grants access to news stories to give publishers more control over how much content people can see for free.
Facebook will eliminate regional networks or groupings of people based on where they live in an effort to improve control over users' data.