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Still running Windows XP? Antivirus products put to the test

Microsoft no longer supports XP users, but a host of antivirus products tested by AV-Test can still defend you from viruses.

By July 21, 2014

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Get McAfee AntiVirus Plus 2014 (Win) for free

This one-year, one-user license would normally cost you $24.99.

By May 16, 2014

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Top-five paid app on Google Play was an antivirus scam

Before it was flagged and removed, one of the most successful apps on Google Play for over a week was an "antivirus" app that did nothing other than change an image.

By April 8, 2014

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Popular antivirus tools for OS X tested, again

New testing outlines which Mac malware tools detect known threats the best.

By January 31, 2014

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TrustGo Antivirus & Mobile Security

TrustGo is one of the most robust Android security apps we've seen, and it's completely free.

August 27, 2012

5 stars Editors' rating August 27, 2012

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Anti-loss device for the careless

If you're always misplacing your wallet, you might want to consider investing in the "anti-Loss" card, a LoJack-like system for your wallet.

By January 5, 2012

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Amazon whiffs with hefty $126M Q2 loss after Fire TV, Phone launch

Following a profitable first quarter, the strain of multiple product launches weighs on the e-commerce giant.

By July 24, 2014

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Jawbone Up's new software takes a bite out of weight loss and tracking food

Jawbone already tracks steps, sleep, and even caffeine: now calorie-counting, food-logging and weight loss are being revamped and brought into the fold of Jawbone's intelligent insight-based coaching.

By July 16, 2014

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Aereo keeps the legal war going despite Supreme Court loss

The streaming-TV startup's new legal tack embraces the ruling against it, arguing that the decision means Aereo deserves the same copyright license cable companies get.

By July 9, 2014

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Windows 8's rising security tide raises all antivirus boats

Even without a security suite, Windows 8 is safer than Windows 7. Adding just about any third-party security suite makes it even safer, a new study finds.

By April 8, 2013