DOE to explore scientific cloud computing at Argonne, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories
Cloud computing is gaining traction in the commercial world, but can such an approach also meet the computing and data storage demands of the nation's scientific community? A new program funded by the American Recovery and ...
Looking for privacy in the clouds
Millions of Internet users have been enjoying the fun -- and free -- services provided by advertiser-supported online social networks like Facebook. But Landon Cox, a Duke University assistant professor of computer science, ...
Hacker used Twitter to control infected PCs
(AP) -- Twitter's been having a rough couple of weeks.
When good computers go bad
Personal computers are complex devices. We use them every day to do so many things and quite frankly, I don't know how I got along without one back in the olden days (that's the '70s in case you were wondering). Their complexity ...
You can childproof your computer
Every few months, I receive a question from a reader whose computer was never the same after a grandchild came to visit.
Startups offer new ways to fix your computer
Getting help for a problem PC can be a confusing and frustrating process. Tech support can be costly and impersonal. And often it doesn't fix the problem, or it requires consumers to call multiple times before getting help.