Rented computers had software on them that was used to surreptitiously log key strokes, capture screen shots and take photos of people who were late on payments, FTC says.
The smartphone is the first flagship to launch with Cricket's new trio of Phone Payment Plans.
The AT&T brand is the first national prepaid carrier to offer three different financing options for smartphones.
The rent-to-own computer company settles a complaint that accused it of secretly taking Webcam photos of users in their homes and recording keystrokes of Web site login credentials.
Identity of faux thief is revealed in a matter of hours in CNET experiment with LoJack for Laptops.
A family on the Navajo Reservation gets electricity service for the first time by using a utility-financed package of solar, wind, and battery storage. Next up: a renewable-energy-powered Internet connection.
A Wyoming couple, customers of Aaron's, a PC rental company based in Atlanta, sues the company after alleging that Aaron's was using webcam spying software to monitor its renters without their knowledge.
Adobe rolls out its new subscription pricing plan. Does $348 a year to lease Photoshop sound more attractive than $700 to own?
We all want to stream video on our devices but the big companies are saying "NO"! Bring on the parade of lawyers! and the Department of Justice approves Googles dream to help us plan our vacations so that we can travel freely about the world connected to our clouds & Google social media of course, while Facebook is engineering green open sourced servers that will require no air conditioning. What does this all mean?