Snowden Appears Virtually at SXSW, Talks Privacy In his first public (virtual) appearance since fleeing the U.S. with thousands of secret NSA documents, whistleblower Edward Snowden spoke about privacy during the South by Southwest festival.
Data Breach Disclosures: 'Nightmare Patchwork' The data breach at Target that exposed millions of credit card numbers has focused attention on the patchwork of state consumer notification laws and renewed a push for a single national standard.
Samsung Goes Big with Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 The rise of the tablet computer has come at the expense of PC sales. But is a tablet a viable stand-in or full-time replacement for a business laptop when you're about to take off on the road?
Will PCs Be Dead and Gone by 2018? Has the gloom finally turned into doom for the PC market? The forecast is getting worse. Now, IDC is predicting shipments will decline another six percent in 2014 and continue sliding through 2018.
Apple Finally Fixes OS X 'Gotofail' Flaw Microsoft vulnerabilities. Monthly. Adobe zero-day patches. Fairly common. Oracle patches. Lots of them. But this week the industry is seeing something a little more rare: Apple security fixes.