The PC isn't quite dead yet, but when it comes to connecting today's SMB with customers and prospects, it might have been played out. Thankfully there's a new frontier looming -- mobile.
Windows 7 is more than five years old. Most of the cheap upgrade offers that were available when it was fresh and new are long gone. But if you prefer the familiar Windows 7 interface (or need it for testing and evaluation) you can still find great deals. Here are all the details you need.
After the discovery of eDellroot, Dell users now need to revoke trust for a second root certificate that makes them an easy target on a Wi-Fi hotspot.
BlackBerry released its first Android smartphone, but if you want a true BlackBerry experience then buy a device that runs the BlackBerry 10 OS.
What should have been a routing update for Windows 10 has suddenly turned into a mystery. Also, Amazon adds two-factor authentication, the latest Lumia phone gets lukewarm reviews, and Windows turns 30.
Kaspersky predicts that APTs will cease to exist next year -- but what will take their place?
[Updated] There's more to Windows 10 than just the revamped Start menu. Here are the latest details following the major update to version 1511 in November 2015.
Less than a year after buying up Pacnet, Telstra has decided to sell off the company's ISP assets in Singapore and Thailand to a Singaporean cloud and datacentre company.
Microsoft has built an entirely new telemetry system for its 'Windows as a Service' engineering model. In Windows 10, you can dial data collection back almost to zero, but you can't turn it off completely. Here's why.
Google security researchers put Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge through its paces over one week and found major flaws in Android code added by the Korean company.
Antivirus and security firms that serve enterprise and government customers on occasion disclose their source code to acquire lucrative contracts.
Hacking Team is recovering from a crippling cyberattack but is still keen to snare new clients with tools designed to break encryption methods.
Notable security news items for the week ending October 23, 2015. Covers enterprise, application and mobile security, reports and more.
The company has ramped up its portfolio with new end-to-end security solutions.
Even as the the PC industry hits rock bottom, the digital divide deepens. But now there's hope for the connectively challenged from a very unlikely source.
In the news this week: Microsoft swears its overly aggressive upgrade push was a mere configuration error and it won't happen again. Meanwhile, 90 percent of Android users should be concerned about security flaws, and maybe Apple forgot to sweat one detail on its new Magic Mouse 2.
[Updated] The latest preview release of Windows 10 includes the first glimpse of a new feature designed to eliminate one specific activation headache. When this change rolls out to the general public next month, you'll be able to use your Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 product key to complete a Windows 10 upgrade.
Three years ago, Congress was considering banning Huawei hardware due to concerns over spying. Today, Google has chosen to make a Huawei-built phone into its flagship Nexus 6P. What are the security implications for American users?
Here's what changed: Buying a new phone and switching platforms can be a pretty big endeavor. Sometimes, it's important to take a step back and learn the new platform before raging against the machine.
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.