February 11 is Safer Internet Day, a national campaign to promote safety online and on mobile devices. Whether it's using locks on our phones or creating more complicated passwords, most of us could take additional steps to ensure our online safety. CNET's Kara Tsuboi brings us a handful of tips.
Security firms and Google reported DOS attacks on Web sites of Vietnamese activists.
With the popular Astrid app going away on August 5, many users will be scrambling to find a new way to track their tasks. Here are four of my favorite to-do list apps for Android.
Should you insist that your child friend you? Is it alright to ask for his or her password? What can and can't your kids post? CNET's Sumi Das shares tips on how to prepare your child for social networking.
The Computer History Museum has published the source code for the Apple II DOS. Last spring, CNET was first to report the existence of documents that led to the creation of the code.
Imperva says Web server-based botnet offers more attack power than PC-based botnets.
Does your subwoofer suffer from bloated, boomy bass? Or does it sound undernourished and weak? We've got the cure for your bass blues.
On this day in 1981, Microsoft bought what was to become MS-DOS from Seattle Computer Products. What are your favorite MS-DOS memories?
Hacker group aiming to cripple official Iranian sites with attacks starting on Sunday, International Worker's Day.
An introduction to CNET editor Jasmine France's brand-new column highlighting the "dos" and "don'ts" of living in a digital world.