The latest news on computers
Consumers can't understand newfangled links between PCs and TVs.
Software acts as a cybermoving van in transferring photos, files, and programs.
It's a good product, but average users may want nothing to do with a network "server."
Seagate wants to move beyond data storage to data transport.
Washington plans stepped-up defenses against cyberattacks
OS X software regularly gets new features, thanks partly to the quiet help of volunteers.
A growing computer virus is proving unusually hard to beat
Service is a nice, if secondary, safety net.
Its stock price has also soared, thanks not to the iPhone but to its other products.
Macintosh users can finally access their faraway computers free with LogMeIn.