Quick action by Google and Microsoft appears to have put out the fire. But it’s another reminder that running old versions of Windows can be dangerous.
If your router is one room and your TV is in another, your home Wi-Fi network might not be strong enough to reach it. Here are four ways to solve the problem.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that startup Aereo can't sell broadcast TV content it picks up from the airwaves, effectively killing the small company. CIO.com blogger Bill Snyder, ever the consumer advocate, says the decision was the right one.
Microsoft increased the amount of free storage it gives OneDrive users and cut its cloud prices by as much as 70 percent, making OneDrive a much more formidable competitor for Google Drive and Dropbox.
Need to make yourself understood in a foreign language but can't get online? Google's offline translation for Android makes it easy. The search king has also beefed up mobile search features.
You can still get fired for sounding off about work on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. But if you're trying to improve working conditions, and not just venting, regulators may protect you.
Acers new, $199 C7 Chromebook is a vast improvement over the first-generation Chromebook, but there are a few things potential buyers should know before purchasing one.
A familiar desktop application gets better mobile capability, making it easy to track and manage your finances when you're on the go.