CNET editor Dong Ngo gives all his answers to questions about the basics of home networking.
Google has released an Android app to help you shorten URLs and provide insight as to who is clicking your links.
A debilitating onslaught of Internet traffic directed at Github appears to be focused on shutting down anticensorship tools.
Chrome's "origin chip" feature, which hides URLs in the browser's location bar, may be vulnerable to lengthy Web addresses.
A defect in Google's business software exposed e-mail addresses, mailing addresses and phone numbers of some users, making them potentially vulnerable to phishing schemes.
Windows 10 attempts to make privacy settings accessible.
With its Web app or iOS app, you can use NameChk to check the availability of a username across dozens of websites.
Last year, the social news site complied with 32 of 55 requests for user information, though the site says it generally ignores government demands that it not inform people when their data has been requested.
Tablight delivers a search box for Chrome should you frequently find yourself overwhelmed by the sheer number of open tabs.
Finally ready to get off the grid? It's not quite as simple as it should be, but here are a few easy-to-follow steps that should at the very least point you in the right direction.