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Malware-based defenses are no longer effective, according to CrowdStrike. Find out how the company is working to defeat attackers.
Symantec is hot on the digital trail of Butterfly, a group of hackers who have successfully exfiltrated corporate secrets from 49 organizations in more than 20 countries.
Each Oculus Rift will include a controller that works with both Xbox One and Windows 10. Microsoft is placing a bet on virtual reality.
To insure security, the thought was to pull the computer off of the network. That is not always the case according to three Georgia Tech researchers who exploit side-channel signal...
Specialized tools make it much simpler to build and modify timelines of all kinds -- from charting career growth to showcasing the progress of a project.
A misplaced license can create way more trouble than you have time to deal with. Here are five handy apps that can help you sidestep all that frustration.
How a tiny fishing village became the gadget factory of the world, and why that's just the beginning of its ambitions
In three decades, Shenzhen has skyrocketed from a remote coastal town to the tech manufacturing capital of the world. Steve Ranger explains how and what it means for the future of ...
Collecting a screenshot using a Mac is easy, but capturing video, scrolling windows, and performing other screen capture tasks is more challenging. Fortunately, Snagit can help.
Jack Wallen introduces you to a piece of hardware that can help you become a note-taking machine.
Microsoft's redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world's least connected continent
Africans are taking control of their own destiny in technology, and Microsoft is no longer just giving away software but using its resources to fuel innovation fires instead.