Seriousd is a free app that keeps track of your computer use and helps you from getting too distracted when on the computer.
An assembly 26 Republican and Democrat senators are asking for more information from the National Intelligence director, James Clapper, on the NSA’s PRISM program. These Senators are not happy with Clapper’s testimony from back in March of this year where he said that the NSA didn’t collect any data on Americans. Since that time more
The Washington Post is reporting that the U.S. Department of Justice has begun an official investigation on the former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General James Cartwright. Cartwright is suspected of being the source that exposed a top-secret mission where the Stuxnet virus/worm was uploaded inside Iran’s nuclear enrichment facility. The U.S.
Apple is planning to revamp its popular mobile operating system with a more streamlined “black, white, and flat all over” look, according to sources familiar with the plans.
Introduced officially at Google I/O 2013, the search giant is pushing for quick adoption of their new open source VP9 video compression standard over the current H.264 codec.
Google has hinted that it may ban Facebook Home on Android devices eventually in order to ensure a good user experience.
Fuji Xerox has developed new optical character recognition software that uses algorithms and logic patterns that are quite similar to how the human brain processes the images that it sees.
A faulty security update to Malwarebytes' software has cause it to mistake legitimate files for malware code, leading to thousands of ruined computers
A Japanese court has ruled that the autocomplete feature of Google's search engine is libellous and that the search giant must remove terms linking a man with alleged criminal activity.
The price of a single Bitcoin was at $266 Wednesday morning, but throughout the day it dropped 50% and is now fluctuating wildly. What has caused this abrupt drop in price?
Microsoft knows that in order to stay competitive they will need to focus their shift away from the desktop PC. As part of that plan, the software giant plans on developing a new line of 7-inch Surface tablets.
Google is rumoured to be in talks to acquire WhatsApp for $1 billion, which could greatly enhance the messaging service of future Android builds.
Microsoft has announced that it will be ending support for Windows XP and Office 2003 in one year's time, bringing to a close two of the most popular products the company ever created.
Authorities in India are investigating search giant Google for alleged violation of competition rules after it asked users for information about their local areas for use on Google Maps.
Facebook will unveil a new homescreen for Android on Thursday, making the social network a central element of a user's device, while HTC is also set to launch a Facebook phone to support the new software launch.
Intel has announced several new tools for game developers at the Game Developers Conference 2013 in San Francisco.
A teenager from the UK has made millions of pounds after Yahoo acquired the app he created.
Apple has blamed Australian record labels, films studios and TV networks for the significantly higher prices in the country for digital downloads compared to the US.
Adobe Systems Inc. beat the predictions for 2013 first-quarter sales, amassing a $1.01 billion profit. According to analysts, the company’s fiscal success was due to web-software marketing and Creative Cloud subscriptions.
Cisco's 2013 Annual Security report has revealed that websites that appear to be safe-looking can have more dangerous malware links than what most people believe. The real bombshell was that pornography websites are often times a lot safer than ecommerce or search engine sites.