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Avast Free Antivirus

Feb 07, 4:31AM

Lightweight, state-of-the-art protection that won't slow down your PC. Avast Free Antivirus has been redesigned to be easier to use...


Mar 14, 11:00AM

CCleaner is a freeware system optimization, privacy and cleaning tool. It removes unused files from your system allowing Windows to...

TubeMate YouTube Downloader

Mar 20, 12:40PM

TubeMate YouTube Downloader is an app for downloading YouTube videos directly to your mobile phone. It allows you to have your favorite...

Video: How Bitly migrated from colo to cloud to save money and future-proof its innovation path

Mar 24, 2:20PM

Bitly was constantly ordering new servers and replacing failed hard drives until it moved its infrastructure to the cloud in 2016. Here's a breakdown of how it's paying off.

​Galaxy S8: Signature design gives Samsung back its product identity

Apr 01, 11:05AM

Samsung firmly establishes its product identity and shows itself as the best hardware maker in smartphones with the Infinity Display, polished metal work, and glossy Gorilla Glass finish.

Samsung's latest smartphone and accessories, in pictures

Mar 29, 3:00PM

Samsung announced the Galaxy S8, a new Gear VR headset, second-generation Gear 360, and a docking station that turns its latest smartphone into a full-fledged desktop computer.

Skype users hit by ransomware through in-app malicious ads

Mar 30, 7:01PM

Several users have complained about "fake Flash" ads, which if triggered, can lead to a ransomware attack.

Apple iCloud hack threat gets worse: Here's what we've learned

Mar 28, 12:00PM

Hackers are threatening to remotely wipe an unknown number of iPhones, iPads, and Macs unless Apple pays a ransom. The picture is becoming clearer. This is what you need to know.

Windows zero-day affects 600,000 older servers, but likely won't be patched

Mar 30, 1:20PM

The security vulnerability is publicly exploitable, but Microsoft only fixes "currently supported versions."

Microsoft touts Microsoft-customized edition of Samsung Galaxy S8

Mar 30, 1:52PM

Microsoft-customized versions of Samsung's new Galaxy S8 and S8+ phones will be available for purchase in Microsoft retail stores in the US.

Want to run Windows 10 desktops virtually on Azure? Now you can

Mar 30, 9:43PM

Citrix XenDesktop Essentials, which allows users access to Windows 10 Enterprise virtual desktops on Azure, is here. It'll cost you $12 per user per month.

Google's warning: Time's up for JavaScript dialogs that trap you with 'Sure you want to leave?' pop-ups

Mar 30, 12:14PM

Google may put an end to pop-up dialogs, a technique used by scammers to scare computer and smartphone users into paying for things they really don't need.

Laptops and tablets banned? Here's how to stay productive in flight

Mar 31, 5:41PM

The Trump administration's ban on laptops in airplane cabins on some nonstop flights to the US is a body blow to business travelers' productivity. But the new announcement makes some previously niche products and one obscure Windows 10 feature suddenly relevant.

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