French ISP Free has rolled out an update to firmware of the DSL modem it gives subscribers - bringing with it an ad blocker switched on by default. The move has sparked a wave of controversy, raising concerns about net neutrality and questions around the financing of internet infrastructure.
ColdFusion developers have been warned by Adobe to set usernames and passwords for the remote development service and to disable access to certain directories in order to avoid risk of being compromised.
We have too much crap. We're in a dull, dismal economy. Most of us already have one of this and two of that. New introductions already seem like also-rans after just a day. And there's no buzz.
HP hopes you'll want to take this 15.6-inch display along with you and your laptop.
Sony makes some high quality devices, but it's been a few years since I found one compelling enough to purchase. The upcoming Xperia Z looks to be one of the best Android devices ever.
The bring your own device (BYOD) movement has been gathering speed and the release of Windows 8 will see it explode this year.
Cover all contingencies in your disaster recovery plan with the help of this checklist. It also includes details and best practices to help you organize and maintain your DR efforts.
The fourth-generation Intel Core processor was developed specifically for ultrabooks and promises big advances in the second half of 2013. Apologies to anyone who has already bought a Windows 8 ultrabook.
Intel has confirmed that it will work with Comcast so future chips will be able to stream live television without the need for a set-top box.
At CES 2013, Qualcomm has revealed a lineup of new chips aimed at "premium" mobile phones.
Hacking-as-a-service and the exploitation of HTML5 security pitfalls are among the threats set to gain prominence in the security scene this year
Up to no good? Stay away from "cover up," "failed investment" and "nobody will find out," -- the FBI's on to you.
Starbucks, Delta Airlines, Hilton Hotels and National Car Rental are the corporate names appearing most often on 2012 travel and entertainment expense reports.
Korean telco KT Corp said it reported LG Uplus to the Korea Communications Commission for adding subscribers illegally despite ongoing suspension.
Only a handful of educational institutions support massive open online courses (MOOCs), but new projects are being planned. Also, most now see online learning as a long-term strategy.
IBM shows off its cloud platform and new partnerships amid the connected home buzz at CES 2013.
To drive growth in Asia, the professional social networking site will focus on raising the experience of current users, who may then influence their peers to join the platform.
Corning has introduced the third generation of its tough Gorilla Glass in Las Vegas, but we won't be ditching those smartphone bumpers and screen protectors just yet.
One of the strongest backers for Australian telecommunications companies to hold customer data for access by government agencies can't itself provide data on how long it usually requires that data for crime investigation to be stored.