Apple has launched a replacement program for defective 3TB hard drives used in its flagship 27-inch iMacs for the 2013 season. The offer is being made across the world as Apple has found that the hard drives can fail under specific circumstances.
Just months after Lenovo was found to be installing adware on its computers, it has now been revealed that the company has left "massive security risks" in its own software supplied with its machines leaving users vulnerable to attack and exploit.
In a rather unusual technology story, Singapore's Prime Minister has posted the code for his C++ Sudoku solving program onto his Facebook page and then asked members of programming communities to help him to debug the source he wrote a few years ago.
Microsoft has announced that the next Windows 10 for phones preview build will be able to run on many more phones than it currently can ranging from the ultra-budget Lumia 520 to flagship devices like the Lumia 1520.
Microsoft has launched a beta of Skype for Web. The new website will allow users to access Skype from any web browser, removing the issue of being unable to use the popular communication program on computers where it is not installed.
A new version of the Cryptolocker malware has found its way onto the Internet. Named TeslaCrypt, this time gamers are the target as files of several major games are encrypted and locked down with players held to ransom for their unlock.
Apple has officially extended a new buyback program to it's customers, allowing anybody with an older iPhone to receive credit on the latest model, conveniently coming out on September 10th. So how does it work?
Google's YouTube video hosting and sharing service is adding a new feature to their platform. This time, the focus is on video game developers and providing the option of live streaming to video games.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie is proposing to move a law that allows usage of medical marijuana forward. Critics of Christie claim that he is trying to do what he can to keep the program from getting off the ground at all.
Ivonne Borrero and other parents were introduced to the program, We Can!, a federal anti-obesity program for children that pushes subtle changes at home, to stop the unhealthy pizza parties and Burger King coupons from school.
Back in 1935 a New York stockbroker and an Ohio surgeon took one last drink then formed an organization to stop drinking forever. Dr. Bob S. and Bill W. went on to sobriety influencing others to do the same. You may have heard of the program.
Nationwide, children typically enter school at around age 5, when they're ready for kindergarten. But research highlighting the importance of early learning is prompting more and more states to add pre-kindergarten programs.
A NewJersey JCP&L employee admitted yesterday that he pocketed about $3.7 million through a plan that drained $11.5 million from an energy rebate program funded by customers of the state's electric and natural gas companies.
At least 40 countries around the world, including China, Uzbekistan, and Iran, engage in Internet censorship. Canadian researchers have devised new software to give people in these countries unregulated Internet access without getting them into trouble.