Even without a security suite, Windows 8 is safer than Windows 7. Adding just about any third-party security suite makes it even safer, a new study finds.
On today's 404 episode, Justin and Jeff discover a French law banning work-related e-mails after 6 p.m., why Amazon's "pay to quit" program should replace HR departments, amateur pornographers broadcasting on the Playstation 4, and imagining a day where a pill could replace your passwords.
For anti-virus software maker AVG, the iPhone not only needs software to protect it from malware, but is on course to get some from AVG, hopefully by the end of 2010
This week on the CNET Tech Review: Samsung debuts the sequel to the Galaxy S; protect yourself from phishy URLs; now you can have OnStar in your car, too; and things to do with your TouchPad when WebOS is dead.
CNET senior editor Rich Brown joins Rescue today to bring us up to speed on the latest in desktop PC tech, including the best buys in graphics cards. Also, your questions answered, including how to prepare yourself for the theft of your gadgets, how to tether an iPod Touch to a Blackberry, and a brief history of ASCII.
We're getting some international love today as GameSpot Australia's Dan Chiappini chimes in today about the current state of gaming post-E3.
Molly Wood and Jeff Cannata unbox the fabulous new phablet, the LG Optimus G Pro. The Sony Xperia Z gets dipped in chocolate, and we take the MacBook Pro with Retina Display on the road, photo-shoot style.
We plan on seeing the iPad Mini at Apple's event, but that's not the only thing. If you've been waiting for a MacBook Pro 13-inch Retina, it just might be your lucky day. Plus, an iPad case giveaway!
Nintendo shows off what a second screen -- Wii U 's GamePad -- adds to gaming, Sony rips off Super Smash Bros., and Google Maps better come up with something to compete with Apple.
Nintendo shows off what the second screen of the Wii U GamePad can add to gaming, Sony rips off Super Smash Bros., and Google Maps better come up with something to compete with Apple.