Sony is Back at E3 Taking Names and Kicking Butt!

For the more than a decade Sony has been a train wreck of a company moving from the heir to RCA and the power in consumer electronics to the firm that couldn’t seem to do anything right.

Loophole in PayPal is a "license to print money" for hackers

Convicted of hacking into NASA and the Pentagon computers, the former hacker has figured out how to use PayPal to double your money.

Anonymous hacks FIFA World Cup as promised

Even knowing that 3 billion people are going to be very angery if the beautiful game is disrupted this month, Anonymous hacker collective is making good on its promise to launch cyberattacks to disrupt the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Tesla takes a stand against patent trolls

Elon Musk likes to be the maverick and now he is willing to look the other way if other companies choose to use Tesla's patents.

HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 ultrabook is robust

The EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 also includes a pressure sensitive touchpad and mobile broadband options.

Facebook sucks up user’s browsing habits

In an effort to make more money by selling more ads Facebook has announced that they will be collecting your browsing habits and dishing up your digital demographic profile to advertisers.

FCC warns ISPs to improve cybersecurity, or else

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has stated that the FCC will encourage network providers to improve cybersecurity and if they don’t the FCC is ready to step in.

Tesla opens patent portfolio

In a move that has been anticipated for a while now, Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk made it official today – Tesla patents are available to anyone wishing to develop electric vehicles.

Comcast wants you to share your WiFi

Earlier today Comcast started turning Houston subscribers into WiFi sharers. Up to 150,000 Comcast routers were activated with a new ‘xfinitywifi’ initiative that effectively makes them WiFi hotspots.

XSS vulnerability in TweetDeck gets a fix

The XSS cross-site scripting vulnerability allowed for the remote execution of Javascript code. Not much hard done but Twitter pulled TweetDeck for a few hours nevetheless.

Parents: ditch the ballet classes and teach your kids to code

Are a parents doing enough to help their kids develop the right skillsets? A new report in the UK says no.

Asus Chromebox M031U: a new kind of PC

Asus has produced a desktop Chrome device that gets it right on design and price.

55 intriguing Web performance statistics

There are a lot of things you probably didn’t know about website usage, online purchasing and mobile. We found 55 stats that might surprise you.

Microsoft fighting border-crossing search warrant

Company contends, “Congress has not authorized the issuance of warrants that reach outside U.S. territory.”

Google Glass banned from theater chain

The Alamo Drafthouse movie theater chain has banned the wearing of Google Glass devices in their theaters.

Intel wants to cut wires with WiTricity

Intel announced an agreement today with WiTricity that could one day lead to the end of chargers and power adapters.