CryptoLocker variant now spreads via Removable Drives
TrendLabs reveals of new CryptoLocker variant called as WORM_CRILOCK.A that spreads via removable drives. The malware has foregone domain ge
Facebook 'dead and buried to teens', research finds
Comprehensive European research has found that teens are leaving the service in droves - and the biggest deterrent is their parents
The Elder Scrolls Online's Brian Wheeler details PvP, map size and more
Faced with an overwhelming prevalence of quandaries in regard to upcoming Elder Scrolls Online, some clever soul raised their Illusion skill
This Monday (clan) war breaks out in ‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’
Now that Call of Duty: Ghosts has been released on a whopping four different consoles with a fifth coming this Friday when the Xbox One drop
Fed up with slow and pricey Internet, cities start demanding gigabit fiber
Google Fiber can't do it all, so city governments start taking charge.
Google planning to use your Google+ profile image for caller ID
Google is going to start displaying Google+ Photos as caller ID images from early 2014. The new feature will be enabled by default for anyon
Patch Tuesday is coming -- here's what Microsoft is NOT fixing
This week, November 12th to be precise, is that holiday we have come to call Patch Tuesday. It's the day when Microsoft rolls out fixes for
Facebook Tests Software to Track Your Cursor on Screen
Facebook Inc. is testing technology that would greatly expand the scope of data that it collects about its users, the head of the company’s
AT&T to phase out per-minute, per-text billing
AT&T will no longer offer per-minute billing plans to most of its new customers, reports the Wall Street Journal. Following the industry tre
AVG CrowdControl aims to protect your Facebook privacy
I use Facebook daily to stay in touch with friends, family and colleagues. However, despite my heavy usage, I am concerned about my privacy.
Tactical Intervention stealths into open beta form
Tactical Intervention, from the mind of the co-developer of Counter-Strike, shifts into open beta
What Games Do YOU Want to See on The Oculus Rift? - Blog by Falcon-X32 -...
By. Adam Bankhurst The Oculus Rift had a huge victory yesterday. John D. Carmack, co-founder of id Software and one of the most influential
Internet Explorer has the lowest phishing catch rate of all major browsers
A new report by security research firm NSS Labs looks at the comparative performance of popular browsers when it comes to blocking phishing
Superman and Batman teaming up for "Man of Steel" sequel
At Comic-Con today, Man of Steel director Zack Snyder took the stage and confirmed that there would be a sequel to the new Superman movie th
Does your IP address betray you to data-harvesters?
In today's world of hackers, stalkers, and cybercriminals, not to mention government spy programs and commercial sites that collect informat
Battlefield 4 singleplayer plot details revealed in new blog post | News...
Battlefield 4 won’t be released until later this fall, but it’s not too early to pore over every aspect of one of the year’s biggest games.
Leak of powerful malware tool like “handing a bazooka to a child”
Freely available source code for "Carberp" could spawn surge in malware attacks.
Windows 8.1 in-depth hands-on: features, apps, impressions and screenshots
The last time we wrote about Windows 8.1, we had lots to talk about, but very little to share in the way of hands-on impressions. You see, t