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Available today, the BackBeat Pro features Advanced Bluetooth, active noise cancellation, and 24-hour battery life.
Students from the University of Texas created a custom GPS spoofing device that allowed them to take over a superyacht's navigation system, changing its course.
I'll show you how the big cell phone companies leave their mark on Android by altering the design of Google's mobile operating system.
A compelling experiment in tablet-desktop hybridization, the Sony Vaio Tap 20 is a great fit for home tech enthusiasts willing to try something new.
XP still accounted for 26 percent of all desktop OS traffic tracked last month by Net Applications.
The hack seemingly allows XP users to continue to install security updates, but Microsoft is advising people not to use it.
Based on internal NSA documents, Der Spiegel reveals that the spy agency planted backdoors to access computers, hard drives, routers, and other devices from companies such as Cisco, Dell, Western Digital, Seagate, Maxtor and Samsung.
Today marks the last day of official support for XP. So what does that mean for the aged operating system and its many steadfast users?
Microsoft cuts off support for XP in another week, yet the 13-year-old OS still holds a significant chunk of the market as seen by Net Applications.
At its annual Build confab, Microsoft wants to make it clear that the update's mission is to welcome frustrated mouse and keyboard users back to Windows 8.1.