[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.
One of the reported flaws exposed children's personal profiles -- including name, birthdate, gender, and language.
Mozilla Thunderbird makes e-mailing safer, faster, and easier with such features as intelligent spam filters, a built-in RSS reader,...
Analysis: David Gewirtz decodes each of the presidential candidates' public statements to determine who's for, against or clueless about encryption.
Google is making it simpler to move, manage and attach files across Drive, Apps and its smart version of Gmail, Inbox.
Face-to-face conversation is a casualty of the digital age and results in a worrying lack of empathy, says MIT professor Sherry Turkle.
X1 searches e-mail, attachments and 500+ file types on local or networked drives. With support for popular e-mail clients including...
It's no exaggeration to say that Microsoft's future hinges on how well it can handle the transition to Windows 10. In 2015, the company delivered its first official release and its first major update. So how'd they do? I'm handing out the end-of-term grades.
Free Internet Eraser is Internet-privacy software that cleans up all your history and past computer activities. Even though many of...
The poorly thought-out and crude surveillance technique could have a devastating effect on the country's internet security.
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.
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.
While all the talk has been about the now-defunct Safe Harbor deal and protecting European data in the US, a recent case involving Google flips that debate on its head.
Microsoft's president and chief legal officer reckons his four-point plan can rescue the now-dead Safe Harbor data-transfer agreement between the US and Europe.
OPINION: The European Union this week scrapped a long-standing data rights agreement with the United States. No one knows the implications of this decision, but it's bound to be ugly -- and it will probably affect your company.
The company has already been served a contempt of court order for refusing to hand over the foreign data to the US government.
Worried sick over Windows 10's privacy settings? There's a lot you can do to lock them down, but you will lose some functionality along the way.
Macquarie University will be moving all staff email and calendar from Gmail to Office 365 by the end of the year, which will see all data hosted locally in Australia.
The Windows 10 privacy agreement doesn't mean Microsoft is secretly stealing the data from your hard disk. Where do people come up with these crazy ideas?
The antivirus firm tells us in a crystal-clear way what user data is collected and sold in return for freebie software.
Microsoft is once again challenging the DoJ over a US warrant that demands it turn over email stored in its Dublin datacentre.
The case, if lost, could see a mass exodus of international customers from the US cloud.