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Real-world losses due to cybercrime add up to between $100 billion and $500 billion globally, and more than 500,000 jobs in the U.S. alone, according to report commissioned by McAfee.
A Brigham Young study of nearly 500 families also finds that those students who engage with their parents online are more generous and kind to others.
The iPhone 5 received nearly twice the rate of negative comments at launch compared with the Galaxy S4, but Apple clearly wins in the most important metric of all, according to social media analysts We Are Social.
Apple and Samsung continue to dominate smartphone makers, while Google's Android and iOS remain the top platform, according to ComScore, with the rest of the leaderboard ceding share to them.
Harvard study shows that the size of a device, and your body posture using it, influences your behavior and demeanor.
As the years have passed, the faces of Lego people have trended toward becoming more angry, according to a study that tracked Lego expressions over time.
According to new data from Retrevo, 81 percent of current iPhone owners will buy another Apple handset when it's time for their next purchase.
Tablet ownership has nearly doubled in the last year, a Pew study finds, and the people buying them tend to be older and richer than those gravitating to devices like smartphones.
In 2017, bank statements and legal notices apparently will still arrive as paper almost twice as often as electronic documents. The slow-but-steady growth of paperless delivery has its upsides -- and one major downside.
A McAfee study suggests parents have largely given up on policing what their kids are doing on laptops, phones, Facebook, and YouTube. And that password you're using to limit access? Junior knows it.