Google attracts steadily more converts to its browser, free software that the company bets will generate revenue elsewhere.
A mysterious video suggests HTC may be planning to release a Windows Phone 7 handset with a record-breaking 16-megapixel camera, as well as two LED flashes.
Internet Explorer hole targeted in attacks on Google and others is one of a group of critical holes fixed in cumulative patch released out-of-cycle by Microsoft.
The N8 is now available to buy on Nokia's website, one week before its general release in the UK.
The Comodo security breach shows that each major browser maker ships a different list of master keys to Web authentication and that each creates its list in a different way.
Attack highlights flaws in a now-antiquated system that gives 650 different organizations, including the Tunisian government, the master keys to Web authentication.
A YouTube video has revealed two new Sony Ericsson Windows Phone 7 mobiles. Are these specs the rantings of a madman, or a genuine trustworthy leak?
Antimalware efforts might be paying off, as Microsoft reports that the browser's SmartScreen Filter has stopped 1 billion malware downloads since its launch.
EMC releases the update for its Retrospect 8 backup software that now, among other enhancements, also provides support for legacy PowerMac computers.
Since Apple's release of iTunes 8.1 into the wild, the Internet has seen a flurry of discussion on a variety of issues affecting the software. As a result, MacFixIt has compiled a roundup of the types of problems we've heard about from users. Please keep