After languishing on an ancient customized version of Android for quite some time, Google TV is finally set to get a long-awaited upgrade with a new version of the operating system.
Google's Nexus 10 tablet is loaded with sweet Android Jelly Bean (4.2) goodness, and now Asus reportedly wants in on the fun for its flagship Transformer devices.
Google-powered LG TVs first in line for update.
Just a day after its release, Firefox 16 has been pulled after the discovery of a serious security flaw.
Two of Microsoft's biggest hardware successes have (thus far) targeted gamers: the popular Xbox 360 game console and Kinect accessory.
LinkedIn's been forced to change its iOS app, following reports that they've been collecting data from users' calendars and sending it back to its servers.
The news will undoubtedly make fans of the Xbox 360 version of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim absolutely giddy.
One of the greatest mysteries and legends of Greek mythology is the lost island of Atlantis.
Well, it's one way to see off the competition: on Friday, Microsoft's Security Essentials antivirus software flagged Google Chrome as malware and wiped it from the PCs of thousands of people.
Citigroup's admitted that many more credit cards were compromised by its recent data breach than it indicated in its previous statement.
A new variant of Mac Defender has been spotted in the wild. The latest iteration of the malware is apparently capable of neatly sidestepping a recently released OS X security update targeting the original Defender.
Microsoft's first Windows Phone 7 update can hardly be termed a success. Just hours after Redmond rolled out the patch, multiple reports began trickling in about phones that had been frozen or bricked.
Oops: Twitter says it had already identified and fixed the security flaw that left the site in chaos yesterday - but then messed up that fix with a later update.
Microsoft has issued an emergency out-of-band update to patch a critical Windows security vulnerability that is being actively exploited by malware.
McAfee has said it plans to reimburse users for any costs they incurred to fix their computers after a glitchy security update crashed tens of thousands of machines across the country.
Steve Jobs, where are you!? A nefarious virus has targeted users of your magical, shiny and overpriced Apple iPads.
A defective security update issued by a very red-faced McAfee has reportedly crashed thousands of corporate XP machines worldwide.
The first Sony 3D TVs are expected to hit the steaming Japanese streets on June 10th, 2010.
BitDefender has acknowledged that its anti-virus software update may have caused the crash of an unspecified number of 64-bit Windows machines.