A massive 15GB data dump of user data is now open for the Internet to see.
Notable security news items for the week ending October 2, 2015. Covers enterprise, application and mobile security, reports and more.
Lost in all the buzz about Google's new Nexus smartphones and Chromecast devices was that Chromebooks are now schools' favorite computer device.
Apple introduced multitasking in iOS 9 that can greatly increase productivity on supported iPads. Here's a couple of tips you might not be aware of that make it work better.
If you are a Mac user that relies on Office 2016 apps to get your day-to-day work done then you might want to hold off on upgrading to OS X El Capitan.
Linux.Wifatch: A force for good or evil?
Sufferers of degenerative diseases in Japan can now acquire Liftware tremor-fighting implements which take the frustration out of eating.
Users of vCenter and ESXi should update their installations now to avoid the chance of remote code execution occurring on their host machines.
A day after Kmart announced online customer details were stolen, David Jones has reported facing a similar incident.
Subsea cable issues are causing delays for Telstra customers attempting to update, download, or stream across Apple services.
EMC may be helping other businesses overhaul their IT infrastructure, but over the last decade the company has also been undergoing its own internal IT overhaul too.
IT security firm FireEye has said that in the first six months of 2015, the Asia-Pacific region has seen a significant increase in the number of APT attacks.
Trans-Pacific Partnership trade talks have again stalled, with the 12 countries struggling to reach agreement on key points before the end of Friday.
Is Microsoft making Office software and services part of its Android-patent-licensing negotiation terms? A new deal between Microsoft and ASUS makes it seem like it might be.
From Anthony Weiner-style pics to simply hitting the caps-lock key at the wrong time, these communication blunders could cost you big.
After the news hit, Micron shares inched upward by approximately four percent in after-hours trading.
If you haven't heard of data furnaces, you soon will ... especially if you hate your winter energy bill.
The move isn't likely to go over well with consumers; instead, Amazon should simply get its Instant Video app on competing devices to generate content sales.