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You may have been one of the 3.1 million smartphone owners who had their phone stolen last year according to Consumer Reports .
Microsoft has assured Nokia customers that the ongoing acquisition deal won't affect the privacy aspect of users' data.
Microsoft Corp. admitted on Thursday that Sony and its PlayStation 4 has a huge sales lead over the Xbox One.
Advanced Micro Devices' bottom line changed from black to red on Thursday when the company posted a loss after two straight quarters of profit.
Windows 8.1 users who don't install a recent patch won't be able to install any future security patches, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft may have retired Windows XP, but one of China's leading security vendors is trying to keep the OS threat-free, and rolling out protection software to hundreds of millions of users in the nation.
The "kill switch," a system for remotely disabling smartphones and wiping their data, will become standard in 2015, according to a pledge backed by most of the mobile world's major players.
I remember back in the late days of Y2K preparation when the U.S. Department of Energy approached us about ramping up a cybersecurity program for the Utility industry.
If you need a mix, then you'll need separate collections for each type of service.
Under an agreement announced Thursday at the Brew 2006 Conference, Qualcomm will build extensions for Microsoft's Live Anywhere technology into its own Brew mobile software development and delivery platform.
The founding fathers of tech institutions like Google, PayPal, and Microsoft are also some of the real estate world's best customers, pouring their millions into homes from coast to coast.
Computerworld - Gaining a bigger share of mobile advertising is a big reason Microsoft Corp. is bidding $44.6 billion for Yahoo Inc. , according to industry observers.
Microsoft Corp. wants to play a bigger role in China's living rooms, and the company is willing to spend millions of dollars to get there.