The Knicks' JR Smith is in Twitter trouble again after apparently threatening the Pistons' Brandon Jennings. He is fined $25,000. But isn't there more to his Twitter account than there appears?
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.
If you think an NBA court is somehow state of the art, take a look at what they have in China.
Gary Kovacs gets the nod to guide AVG, where he'll be forced to contend with problems not unlike those he faced at Mozilla.
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.
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.
The Facebook CEO suddenly turns up at today's Knicks game? A sports fan? Surely only of blood sports.
Security company's new antivirus software is designed to defend Mac users against malware and to scan iPhones, iPads, and iPods as well.