Questions about installing and activating Windows 10? Here's what you need to know before you dive in.
Windows 10 isn't the only Redmond-based product that got a big update in the past few weeks. Microsoft recently revised its global Privacy Statement, with a few minor changes and some significant additions aimed at cooling overheated privacy concerns. Here are the details.
Even if you can't get to a TV for baseball's Fall Classic, you may still be able to see the games over the Internet. Here are your options.
This was a big week in Windows Mobile as Microsoft's two flagship phones were unveiled, word surfaced that WM10 is coming in December, and we heard that only AT&T will carry the new phones.
Executives in Redmond were caught flat-footed after this summer's Windows 10 launch by charges that the new operating system is spying on customers. Several new statements for consumers and IT pros today aim to explain why those accusations are unfounded.
Cross-origin bypass flaws alongside disabling Flash-based ads dominate this round of updates.
Google's Safe Browsing feature can often be your "last line of defense" against unwanted software, like malware and browser toolbars.
The results of an experiment using public Wi-Fi against politicians was, as one victim said, "horrifying."
Two of the vulnerabilities place secure communication at risk and could allow for man-in-the-middle attacks.
It's official: Beginning July 29, Microsoft will offer free Windows 10 upgrades to hundreds of millions of PCs. Here's how the Get Windows 10 (GWX) program works.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending May 8, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
The Trojan is used in global phishing campaigns and targets both consumers and the enterprise.
UPDATED. A vulnerability in Samsung mobile devices which placed social networking accounts has been patched -- finally.
When it preinstalled the Superfish adware on consumer PCs, Lenovo sold its customers out for a pittance, but it still hasn't had to disclose how much it received. Maybe it's time for a Truth in Labeling act to shine a light on this dark corner of the PC market.
New rules will stop apps from interfering with user control of extensions and settings in all browsers. Other products do this, but Microsoft now makes it a baseline protection.
A new strain of the malevolent ZeuS malware has been discovered targeting over 150 banks and 20 payment systems across the globe.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending December 19, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
Microsoft's 'Bingification' of applications officially has begun with its integration of Bing search into Word Online.
A long-running court case over consumers' right to get a refund on unwanted OS has finally been settled. Will it change the PC market in the country?