Detect and remove viruses, worms, Trojans, dialers, and spyware.
Stay ahead of flu season this year and monitor the virus from the safe distance of your smartphone or computer screen. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a handful of mobile apps and websites to help protect yourself against this seasonal bug.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins and the University of Nebraska say that the algae virus affects human cognitive functions.
Microsoft no longer supports XP users, but a host of antivirus products tested by AV-Test can still defend you from viruses.
A study suggests that men are especially keen to let it be known they know how to fix a computer, but their actual knowledge may not match their bravado.
This one-year, one-user license would normally cost you $24.99.
Mattel apologizes for a book in which Barbie needs programming help from men, Walmart stores are scammed into price-matching fake Amazon listings, and Facebook launches yet another app.
Dictionary.com says Ebola outbreaks, privacy concerns and horrific acts of violence influenced its decision to make "Exposure" the Word of the Year.
Before it was flagged and removed, one of the most successful apps on Google Play for over a week was an "antivirus" app that did nothing other than change an image.
On today's show, Ashley and Rich discuss Amazon Fire phone reviews and Samsung's price tag for their 105-inch curved television. They're not sure if it's worth it. Are any of you in the market for a $120,000 television set?
Today, Amazon Fire phone reviews started dropping (and they're not very good), Samsung puts a price tag on its 105-inch curved TV, and artists create a gallery of computer virus art.