An indictment accusing five Chinese officers of hacking US companies is wrong and should be withdrawn, a minister says. Is industrial espionage just part of national security?
While technology companies can now release the number of user data requests they receive from the government, civil liberties groups say this is just a small step.
Following President Obama's call for transparency as part of a sweeping NSA reform, the Department of Justice says tech companies like Google and Apple will have more freedom to disclose government data requests.
If you are looking for a smartphone with the best camera on the market today, the 1020 is hard to beat.
The company hopes to mollify users who are worried that they'll lose files created with Adobe software if their subscription runs out.
A standards group completes its work on a compression technology called HEVC, or H.265, which promises to improve resolution, image quality, and color. Google's VP9 is waiting in the wings.
The technology, also called H.265 and the successor to H.264, promises to double video quality for better streaming and higher-res TV. But it'll come with a patent burden, too.
Want to make backup copies of your DVDs? This Windows utility, normally $29.95, gets the job done quickly and neatly.
Lightroom 4 brings new performance advantages to Adobe's Digital Negative photo format--and this time, proprietary raw images don't get the features.
The "Duclair" release brings Google's royalty-free video encoder software to version 1.0.0. But a sequel to rival H.264 is waiting in the wings, too.