Many organizations provide free versions of software and services. We will post stories on these as we become aware of them. We will also post stories on products that are not free, but that are important in some way.
Facebook may one day let advertisers target mobile users based on their exact current location, but VP Carloyn Everson did not confirm that such a product is in the works to Bloomberg, Facebook tells me.
Krishan Agarwal, president of online luxury watch vendor Melrose.com, told a roomful of attentive Internet retailers last week how Facebook had helped his company generate about 25 percent more sales in two years.
n 2004, a trio of researchers at Columbia University began an online experiment in social-media marketing, creating nine versions of a music-download site that presented the same group of unknown songs in different ways.
Some 64-bit operating systems and virtualization software programs are vulnerable to local privilege escalation attacks when running on Intel processors (CPUs), the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) said in a security advisory on Wednesday.
When malware keeps you from installing or running a desktop antivirus, the no-install cleanup-only Emsisoft Emergency Kit 2.0 can save the day. It's not a rootkit-killer, but it did a good cleanup job on other types of malware.
As malware threats expand into new domains and increasingly focus on industrial espionage, Georgia Tech researchers are launching a new weapon to help battle the threats: a malware intelligence system that will help corporate and government...
Aiming to build on its enterprise cred, Amazon on Thursday rolled out free basic support for all Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers, and improved its premium support services — while also cutting prices.
Like the batch of Internet radio apps we reviewed last summer, Radio Paradise, Slacker Radio, College Radio Tuner, and Tuner Internet Radio are four applications that, in principle, do exactly the same thing