The free Nomorobo service and AT&T's Privacy Manager help reduce the number of nuisance calls that aren't blocked by the Do Not Call registry.
Google CEO expects a resolution on censorship in China soon, WhitePages.com drops its malware-tainted ad network, and a real-life jetpack for commuters.
Researchers at Avast are pointing fingers at large ad delivery platforms for serving up infected ads in new "malvertising" trend.
Site investigates malware delivered via ads on its site in a fake antivirus attack similar to that on the Drudge Report site.
Drudge says a Senate committee has falsely accused the conservative news aggregation site of spreading malware, but a CNET reader says it's true.
Sony joins the motion controller wars, and broadband gets ready for a big leap. Also: SXSWi goes geolocation.
Numerous Web sites that promise to dredge up personal data are raising concerns about an upsurge in identity theft and fraud.