Frequent travelers, rejoice! A new feature on the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick called "captive portal access" is now live and works great, allowing easier-than-ever connections to tricky Internet services that require an extra layer of authentication.
Hackers stole information from hundreds of thousands of payment cards, resulting, the trade commission says, in millions of dollars in fraud loss.
The popular short-term-rental service unveils a two-prong strategy to become a major player in the business travel market.
Join us for a debate moderated by CNET's Declan McCullagh at the National Press Club tomorrow. The topic for debate is timely: Consumer privacy can be adequately protected without new legislation.
Hackers kick off "WikiBoatWednesday" with apparent leak of Comcast and AT&T data.
Web giant shows off augmented specs at I/O conference, while RIM struggles. Also: Apple wins tablet injunction.
The data of some hotel guests, Best Buy shoppers, and people in University of Florida's computer system has been exposed; and a U.S. government travel site has also been breached.
Wireless provider announces plans to acquire a company that serves up Wi-Fi at a number of hotels, health care facilities, and even McDonald's, in a move to expand its hot-spot presence.
Can cybersquatters be deterred? Internet attorney Eric J. Sinrod assesses the prospects of a new coalition planning to give it a try.
Nonprofit group brings free Net wireless access to Pennsylvania Avenue with what it calls a "hot spot for democracy."