Just picked up a new Android device? Download these apps first.
You can't drive Ford's next Mustang until 2014, but you can at least take it for a spin in Need for Speed Rivals, starting today.
A careless, hurried click on the Adobe Flash Player update screen left unwanted McAfee security software on my PC and caused a scary-but-harmless antivirus-conflict warning.
A new scam threatens to format a victim's hard drive if a fine isn't paid for illegal downloads.
With Web-hosting companies now in the cross-hairs of malware distributors, you need to take extra precautions to avoid infection simply by visiting a compromised site.
Pipy is an application launcher that pulls from Unix-based operating systems by allowing you to pipe output from one set of commands to another. You can search your hard drive for a file and then dig even further by sending the results to the "grep" command. The potential is pretty incredible!
One startup is banking that contests and game leaderboards can spark interest and engagement in new apps.
It's easy enough to save individual image files in your browser, but what if you want to get more than just a few? Image Collector is a great Chrome extension that lets you download all images on any Web page with two clicks.
Here is a fun approach for automatically changing Safari's downloads folder to an external drive that uses AppleScript. If you like scripting on a Mac then this may be for you.
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