Popular Security Articles for 2012
Even before CES opens its doors on Tuesday, the show is already evidencing novel uses of new operating systems, such as Tobii's Gaze "look and tap" UI for Windows 8,[...]
Attackers in 2012 will range from criminals to "hacktivists," governments, and employees. Here are five top security threats that emerged from the RSA Conference.
You've probably used PDF readers, but you might not know as much about PDF creation tools, which let you do much more. Here's a roundup of five product choices.
After going live with SmartCloud for Social Business this month, IBM plans to add IBM Docs - another online service for consumers and businesses - later in 2012.
VIPRE Internet Security 2012 can be less costly than products from Symantec, McAfee and Kaspersky. How do features and performance compare? Read the full review.
Nearly twice the size of its predecessor, NAV 2013 offers a snappy UI, cloud-based security management tools, and more. Is it worth $49.99? Read the full review.
At $39.99 per PC or even less, VIPRE Antivirus 2013 is a great deal in comparison to pricier security software from "big boy" competitors. Read the full review.
Symantec is adding three new "Windows 8 beta-ready" security suites, including Norton 360 Everywhere -- for PCs, Macs and Android --- and Norton One, for "elite" support.
Bitdefender Internet Security 2012 challenges competing suites from Symantec, McAfee and Kaspersky with a redesigned user interface (UI). Read the full review.
McAfee AV Plus 2013 features a redesigned UI, along with extras such as a vulnerability scanner and file shredder. How does it stack up? Read the full review.
Capped by a now downloadable "cumulative update," Microsoft and its app software partners are making new tweaks and fixes to Win8, as the Oct. 26 launch date nears.
The next release of Mac OS X might not include Apple's Siri voice assistant, but a preview by Apple reveals that OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion will adopt lots of[...]
H&R Block, the nation's leading provider of tax prep services, also offers PC software for do-it-yourselfers. How does H&R's At Home stack up? Read the full review.
Would you like to manage content sitting on your PC, Facebook, and Google+ all in the same place? How about accessing "private" info stored on your PC from your smartphone?[...]
With new malware and other security hacks always emerging, this week's RSA Conference will focus on new ways to protect Web sites, PCs, Macs, and mobile devices.
Corel has unveiled VideoStudio Pro X5, a $49.99 video editing package aimed at speeding performance while adding HTML 5 authoring and lots of other features.
Will a new group spur better software applications for end users? The ADA will promote innovation among developers, from music apps to PC business applications.
Are you thinking about spiffing up a new (or old) PC or Mac with brand new software soon? Then here are some hot discounts on software products from top vendors,[...]
With a new Win8-only product now on the way, WinZip's just shipped version 17 adds features for secure file and photo sharing across Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP.
The following summaries highlight a few of the key topics at this year's RSA Conference 2012, which took place in San Francisco last week. Full articles and coverage is available[...]