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.
Even without rumored "new iPads" anywhere in sight, Macworld/iWorld 2012 officially opened its doors on Thursday to a public obviously content to be there.
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, plus Lenovo's K91SmartTV, the first HDTV to run Android 4.0 ("Ice Cream Sandwich").
On the eve of CES 2012, Corel rolled out AfterShot Pro, a new photo workflow app for Windows, Mac and Linux designed for serious photographers and destined to catapault Corel the same league with Adobe Lightroom.
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, good through the beginning, middle, or end of January -- or even beyond.
The Christmas countdown is on, but there's still time ahead for finding gadgets that will add more power, connectivity, storage, and/or fun new features to PCs and/ or mobile devices. We've chosen 25 gadget suggestions (including an overall winner).
This year's nod for top software holiday gift goes to McAfee All Access, a cross-device security suite for safeguarding Windows PCs, Macs, tablets, and phones.
Apple's remaining management team now inherits two aspects of Steve Jobs' legacy: profoundly successful previous products, plus an ongoing embracement of change.
McAfee on Tuesday rolled out McAfee All Access, an offering aimed at providing security for unlimited numbers of PCs, Macs, tablets and smartphones.
While Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) is gaining use against other browsers on Windows 7, IE and Mozilla Firefox are both losing ground to Google's Chrome and Apple's Safari in the broader browser wars, according to the latest numbers from Net Applications.
Up against new rivalry from Google+(Plus), Facebook took steps this week to calm user disenchantment with its facial recognition and to beam a bigger smile toward business members.
Some people fret that Google is growing far too nosy, in light of the search engine maven's buyout of face recognition specialist PittPatt, its insistence on "real names" in Google Plus, and its disclosure of the locations of notebook PCs and cell phones worldwide in 'Street View'.
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