Control one or more networked computers from a single mouse and keyboard. Normally $30 per license, this today-only deal is a Cheapskate exclusive!
A new program aims to build deeper security mechanisms into open-source software. Perhaps it will keep security experts from contracting with nefarious hackers or the NSA instead.
A criminal gang tried to take control of Santander's computers to steal millions, and they used some pretty basic tech, too.
Microsoft experimental software division's new Mouse without Borders makes it dead simple to control multiple PCs with a single set of input devices.
CNET's Rafe Needleman tries to convince a developer he's charging too much for his utility and ends up convincing himself that a lot of software is underpriced.
Virtualization might prove to be the next Linux, with a groundswell of vendors supporting open virtualization technologies.
New software lets you flit between four PCs with one mouse and keyboard, and even copy and paste between them. Let the sharing commence.
In Microsoft's vision of the future, you'll only need one input device for multiple computers, but who said it has to be a mouse? Logitech launched its Wireless Touchpad today that gives PC users a chance to pinch, point, and scroll their way across the screen.
Steve Mills, IBM software and hardware chief, sits down with CNET to discuss Big Blue's acquisition strategy for 2011.
CNET to the Rescue listeners this week wonder what laptops to buy and how to make their networks, you know, work. Also, Rafe loves Chrome even more now that it's got Instant Search baked in.