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Technically Incorrect: The slightly controversial one-time security guru may stand alongside all the other slightly controversial individuals in the race.
In the firm's annual report on the celebrity names most likely to lead to virus-laden pages from Web searches, the late-night host beats out Chelsea Handler and Bruce Springsteen.
Intel is changing the name of its McAfee anti-virus software to remove the association to security software enfant terrible John McAfee.
On Tuesday night's episode of "Late Night with Seth Meyers," Seth dug through Hillary Clinton's Secretary of State emails to show the presidential candidate has a loose grasp of how tech works.
Technically Incorrect: For reasons best known to himself, a man drives a Jeep while holding a selfie stick out of the window. And then he hits traffic. Really hits traffic.
Technically Incorrect: During Apple's event, a Photoshop demonstration could have featured anything. Instead, well you know that thing about too few women in tech?
The man once accused of murder sets his sights on new endeavors, like Chadder -- the privacy-focused social messaging app for mobile devices.
As Privacy Awareness Week kicks off, new research shows that many Android users are giving apps access to their personal information – whether they know it or not.
Speaking at Defcon, the notorious security expert lambastes what he sees as Google's destruction of privacy.
Intel takes branding ownership of McAfee's computer security suite and severs founder John McAfee's name from the security software that has borne it for more than 20 years.