The latest news on computers
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.
NComputing sells cheap gear to students around the globe but not yet to U.S. consumers.
A European ruling will force the software giant to reveal some of its deepest secrets.