Popular link-sharing site reportedly bans a half-dozen prominent Web sites for what it sees as spammy behavior.
This Windows utility normally sells for $29.95. It works with all mail systems and supports an unlimited number of accounts.
While Norton's AntiSpam 2005 seamlessly integrates into Microsoft's e-mail clients, it has performance issues. And it's neither as easy to use nor as accurate as MailFrontier Desktop.
Norton AntiSpam 2004 earns an Editors' Choice for its simplicity, efficiency, and ability to work inside Outlook Express.
Text message spam is best ignored, but when a security researcher followed a trail of deception laid out on Apple's iMessage he became the proud owner of cheap designer accessories from China.
Manage your timeline and news feed; delete or edit your updates, comments, and messages; and control how you share with Facebook friends and the public.
Microsoft's Office team has an ambitious plan. But can a team of 5,000 engineers move from delivering product releases every two or three years to every quarter -- or even faster?
This week has seen possibly one of the biggest distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks ever, but did it really rock the very core of the Internet?
A new interface optimized for Windows 8 makes it easier to get at the interesting new features in Avast 8, which include a file shredder, browser cleaner, and software update tool.
Third-party apps and Web sites can now incorporate a sign-on service that resembles Facebook Connect or Sign in with Twitter, but with some Googley twists.