The founder of Wikipedia reckons David Cameron's policy on Internet porn is unworkable.
The Samsung Knox security platform, due this year, will feature Absolute Software's technology for tracking, wiping, recovery and IT servicing.
NASA has released stunning new high-resolution imagery of the Earth at night, called the Black Marble.
Hackers have used an exploit in World of Warcraft to commit large-scale massacres across the game's major cities.
With so many headphone models at CES emphasizing brain-vibrating bass, it's great to see the folks at Moshi bragging about precision acoustics in its new Clarus flagship earbuds for discerning audiophiles.
If your New Year's resolution is to get in shape, this app can help. It normally sells for $9.99, but you can get it free until the end of January.
There are two ways that a Web site can set font sizes: relative and absolute. The use of these in various locations on a page will determine not only how fonts and font sizes are computed for the page but also how some browser settings may handle them.
Free, free, free. No strings attached. Who knows why Valve is being so generous all of a sudden, but who cares? You've got until May 24.
Who says there's no such thing as a free lunch--or free software for Mac users? The new MacHeist bundle includes six solid apps, all of them yours for the downloading.
The Wikimedia Foundation's board currently has seven members, rather than eight, and is looking for three new members instead of two.