Secure messaging app Wickr launches desktop clients for Windows, Mac and Linux, letting users switch between desktop and mobile.
Microsoft and Adobe release security updates for software including Internet Explorer and Adobe Flash Player.
From Microsoft's July Patch Tuesday updates to Adobe's 'Rosetta Flash' fix, here's what you need to know to keep your computer safe.
In April, Microsoft will stop supporting Windows XP. If you're still running it, here's how to migrate to a better, safer operating system.
Many businesses cling to Windows XP despite the imminent end of Microsoft support. What kind of security problems do they face?
Microsoft is offering $100 off new computers for people who need to trade up from Windows XP machines, but there are a few catches.
A sophisticated Java-based Trojan herds Macs, PCs and Linux machines alike into cyberattack-launching botnets.
Not only is Microsoft ending support for Windows XP in April, it's also ending updates for its own anti-virus software on XP.
Windows 8.1 added significant security enhancements, but how much difference will they make for the average end user?
3D-printer manufacturer MakerBot has released a driver for Windows 8.1, and other companies are soon to follow.
Here's a step by step tutorial on how to download Windows 8.1 and install Microsoft's latest OS on your PC.
Microsoft warns users of Internet Explorer about a new browser-based exploit; the fix is temporary and doesn't cover all users.
Is the NSA using Microsoft's Trusted Computing initiative to spy on PC users? A German newspaper made the assertion, but it's more speculation than fact.
Google's new driver supposedly allows users to print from Windows-based applications to any printer listed on Google Cloud Print.