CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman travels to Europe for his annual Road Trip adventure.
Gary Kovacs gets the nod to guide AVG, where he'll be forced to contend with problems not unlike those he faced at Mozilla.
New testing outlines which Mac malware tools detect known threats the best.
AVG Free might've flagged just a little in the past few years, but it's back with a shorter install, better usability, and faster scans.
Microsoft no longer supports XP users, but a host of antivirus products tested by AV-Test can still defend you from viruses.
This one-year, one-user license would normally cost you $24.99.
Standing by its antivirus app for Windows Phone after Microsoft removed it from the Marketplace, AVG has responded to some of the complaints leveled against the software.
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.
After two researchers assert that AVG's antivirus software for Windows Phone is "scareware," Microsoft removes the app from its marketplace.
The world's most downloaded free antivirus program is headquartered in Prague, but the heart of AVG pumps computer security from the Czech Republic's other major city, Brno. CNET editor Seth Rosenblatt tours the campus to see how AVG builds its antivirus protection.
Security company launches LiveKive, cloud-based storage that lets people sync their computers with the service and share them across different devices.