Technically Incorrect: As people rushed to get electronics, little seemed to have changed from previous years. There was pandemonium, and there were fights.
The app, called InstaAlert, was snagging usernames and passwords and sending them to a remote server, according to the developer who spotted it.
They steal your identity, take control and can't be stopped. The year's cybersecurity threats were so frightening they made your skin crawl.
The company behind the popular microcomputer has started offering custom, mass-produced versions to any company willing to pay for them.
Technically Incorrect: An HTC executive, stung by reviews suggesting the Taiwanese handset maker's new phone is too similar to the iPhone, reportedly insists that it's Apple who's the copier.
In latest round between the wearable tech rivals, judge rules that five Fitbit workers must return data they took from their former employer Jawbone.
The new promotional poster for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is pretty awesome already, but one fan thinks he can make it even better by incorporating everyone's favorite Gungan.
We spent five hours with the newest multiplayer version of Metal Gear.
A hack of Experian, the company that handles credit checks for the wireless carrier, results in the loss of T-Mobile customers' Social Security numbers, birth dates and names.
A chip implanted in new cards is designed to stop cybercrime. Starting Thursday, stores that haven't upgraded their card-reading terminals will be on the hook for fraudulent charges.