A 12-year-old discovers a rather serious security flaw in Firefox. And thankfully, Mozilla recently raised its bug bounty from a lowly $500.
Google's attempt at connecting its data centers to carry its huge load is jeopardized by hunters who regularly shoot down the fiber links between those centers.
Automotive News reports on fake used car Web sites.
Redmond's chief operating officer recounts a phone call he says he got from Apple's legal department, demanding the removal of the TV spots.
Even IT security firm Sophos deems it necessary to reassure people that, contrary to a Weekly World News report, Facebook will not disappear March 15.
It's like Kinect, but instead of dancing around and using your whole body to control a game, you just look around. The guys at Waterloo Labs showed us how their very preliminary technology works with a prototype they brought to CES.
Apple is facing one privacy lawsuit brought by a user earlier this week, but one lawyer predicts more are on the way as consumers turn to the courts to protect their privacy.
Shoppers hit e-commerce sites early Monday, and traffic is already surpassing last year's peak, according to initial data from Akamai.
Dungeon Defenders, a mobile game built on Infinity Blade's Unreal Engine, will be out for iOS and Android before Christmas.
In the first direct swipe at Microsoft's anti-Mac "Laptop Hunters" advertising campaign, Apple talks viruses, crashes, and headaches.