Windows worm with "Here you have" subject line delivers not a PDF but rather malicious software that spreads itself via e-mails, network shares, and removable media.
Browser makers had been settling down on one way to pick the best images for everything from tiny mobile phones to Apple Retina displays, but a new proposal has muddied the waters again.
Mail merge used to be a powerful tool, and still sees some use in businesses that rely on physical mail. E-mail is much handier for reaching people quickly, but the lack of customization tools can make it feel impersonal. Fortunately, there's a great, free tool available to customize mass mailings in Gmail.
Many Twitter users have been warned to change their password after an unknown bug left some accounts with deleted tweets or scam-links posted to their feeds.
TechRepublic's Jason Hiner has little use for an iPad. But he's pinpointed six areas where it's become people's preferred device and is disrupting the PC market.
E-mail gaffes can be really embarrassing, especially since most of them can be avoided. We'll share some tips on how to avoid some common mistakes.
It's been three weeks since I got my hands on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus with Ice Cream Sandwich. After using it day to day, I've learned a few things.
So-called privacy bill of rights doesn't regulate federal government's data collection, require warrants for surveillance, or ensure data breach notification.
Google, apparently having trouble persuading some non-power users to embrace Gmail's label feature, announces "smart labels" to try to to bring
This week's Ask Maggie tech advice column helps readers with questions about bill shock, waiting for the Verizon iPhone, and getting audio samples in CNET phone reviews.