The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently announced that some smartphone apps have been using Phone Numbers, location coordinates and other data on children without the parent or guardian’s knowledge.
Adblock Plus has launched free app for Android devices that disables adverts in the mobile browser and even inside other apps.
Online game seller GOG.com announces that they will be adding Windows 8 support to their game titles.
John McAfee, founder of the namesake antivirus company, claims that he has proof that two of his employees plotted to kill him, adding another twist to an increasingly bizarre story.
John McAfee, founder of the anti-virus company that bears his name, has revealed a number of the disguises he is using to evade police, who want him for questioning about the murder of his neighbour.
Researchers have discovered a way to improve speeds on congested Wi-Fi networks by as much as 700 percent, potentially revolutionising crowded public hotspots.
Julie Larson-Green may not be a name most would recognize off hand, but she is surely a significant part of the millions of households around the globe that use a PC running Windows.
Google has updated its Maps app for Android devices to include the interiors of many stores, helping consumers more easily navigate their way around this holiday season.
Cloud computing is expected to boom over the next few years, with a report by WaveLength and Winn Technology suggesting that more than a third of IT will run on the cloud by 2015.
Microsoft has announced plans to close its once popular instant messaging service Windows Live Messenger, replacing it with VoIP service Skype.
Qihoo 360, a China-based antivirus software company, has been accused of collecting users' personal information. Was this the company's fault, or is someone outside responsible?
Mascot characters Madobe Yuu and Madobe Ai spices up special Japanese versions of Windows 8 with their cute, "moe" charm.
Microsoft claims that the latest version of its Skype videoconferencing software, designed for Windows 8, will use essentially no battery power when running in the background.
Omron has developed a technology that can estimate seven different facial expressions in real time, paving the way for advancements in robotics, gaming, and image search.
Google is developing a new computer interface inspired by technology seen in Star Trek, which could offer a more sophisticated alternative to Apple's Siri software.
Apple is to automatically remove old versions of the Java software from browsers on Mac computers over growing security fears.
A woman who operated a scareware operation affecting over a million computers has been fined $163 million by the Federal Trade Commission in the United States.
Valve's software distribution platform, Steam, is finally launching for Linux computers, and a select few gamers will be able to try it out at the end of October.
Apple has unveiled the iPhone 5 at an event in San Francisco, showcasing a number of improvements and additions, but largely failing to offer any surprises.
A majority of Americans are confused about what the cloud is and many of them fake knowledge about it when asked, revealing a worrying lack of education about one of the booming sectors of the technology industry.