SEP 11.0 "Hamlet" goes way beyond basic antivirus protection; release is loaded with defenses against zero-day attacks, rootkits, botnets and identity theft.
Dive into four new books that use Legos to depict gripping moments in history and lit, from Shakespeare's plays to a fateful motorcade in Dallas.
You wouldn't want to meet this camouflaged humanoid in a dark alley. For the time being, it's tethered to a treadmill.
A UK graphic designer is so annoyed when he doesn't receive a PS3 he bought online that he becomes the croaking raven bellowing for revenge. (Look it up)
After the International Studies Association proposes a ban on blogging for editors of its journals, faculty groups raise their swords.
Yoda was already hard to understand. Now "Star Wars" fans can try to decipher his advice in Elizabeathan-esque dialogue in "William Shakespeare's The Empire Striketh Back" by Ian Doescher.
On a recent UK trip, I got to visit the factories of high-end speaker company B&W, speaker and electronics company Meridian, and the legendary Abbey Road Studios. Here are those adventures, in pictures and words.
The United Kingdom's denizens now can add detail such as paths and businesses to Google's online maps service. But remember: it's free labor for Google.
Steve Jobs' spaceship-like facility will hold 13,000 employees and could open in 2015.
The launch of iPhone 5 and the controversy around Apple's new maps has brought considerable speculation about what Steve Jobs would have done. Why?