The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
It's the opposite of rip-off Britain -- thanks to our massive supermarkets and cut-throat online retailers, GTA prices are lower here than many countries.
The average 11-year-old child has adult-like technology skills, but the vast majority of parents still think they know more than their kids when it comes to that subject, according to a survey by security firm AVG.
This week on the CNET Tech Review: Samsung debuts the sequel to the Galaxy S; protect yourself from phishy URLs; now you can have OnStar in your car, too; and things to do with your TouchPad when WebOS is dead.
Investigators say the surge of malware attacks on U.S. companies may be coming from Eastern European cybercriminals rather than being Chinese state-sponsored espionage.
The company showed a preregistration page, as well as specs for the long-rumored device.
A study conducted for AVG finds that the vast majority of U.S. kids "have an online presence by the time they are 2." More than a third of them had a digital lives before they were born.
AVG CEO J.R. Smith talks to CNET about the current malware landscape, how AVG is responding to it, and the challenge in getting the average person to keep themselves protected against the latest threats.
The social network was briefly down across parts of Europe today, and the company says it was at fault -- not a hacker.
The move to disable facial recognition tagging in Europe has scored the social network some much-needed points in an official audit.
Ireland's Office of the Data Protection Commissioner says it will determine, by October, whether Facebook will face legal action under European privacy laws.