The new Logitech Rally system is a 4K, USB connected, modular ‘conferencecam’. It delivers studio-quality video, audio clarity, and an automated video conferencing experience that
Russian based Kaspersky Labs has lost two lawsuits to overturn bans on the use of its security software products in US government networks.
Security company Kaspersky has found that the tsunami of new smart devices – coffee machines, fridges, cars, speakers, vacuums, speakers and even security cameras themselves
It seems there’s no escape from the threat of cyber security scares, whether you’re on a computer or something else. Mobiles are now the battleground, and you’ll have to know a little more if you want to stay safe.
A new study is out, and the news isn’t particularly good if you have kids, with the boffins at Kaspersky Lab’s security group finding out that parents might be just as in the dark on cyberbullying as the very kids being bullied.
If there was ever a reason to invest in security software, it may come from a new type of malware that once infected never leaves your phone, and can’t be removed until you go get a new one.
First it was your computer and now it’s your phone, as security researcher Kaspersky picks up on even more reason to have some form of security software on an Android phone.
According to a new study, we’re forgetting things at an alarming pace, with many of us not knowing phone numbers and relying on technology instead. Could this backfire?
The scams are coming thick and fast as the GadgetGuy inbox starts to get clogged, and that can only mean one thing: Christmas is coming.
Security problems aren’t going anywhere, and more proof that your computers need a solution comes this week with the news that Aussies are getting hit hard with an Android form of ransomware.
Everything we do these days has to do with computers in some way, and unfortunately the information we're creating and consuming is under threat, so if you don't have a security solution, you owe it to yourself -- and your family -- to get some.
This week on the Naked Geeks,we’re taking a long hard look at the life of memory cards and when they should fail, as well as what to do if it happens. There will also be news, a budget laptop reviewed, and a wolf whistle or two.
Adding to the ever growing reasons why it’s a bad idea not to have security on your computer, the smart security specialists over at Russia’s Kaspersky Labs have found a doozy of an attack, and it can hit pretty much anything it wants.
We can’t escape the constant threat of cybercrime, and some new information suggests that holiday e-banking could be the next big target for some nefarious individuals.
We all know we need internet security, and yet people still need convincing. Kaspersky has come up with a neat way to do just that, making its licenses run for two years and attacking a relatively popular form of security invasion.
We love cloud services like Box, Dropbox, iCloud, and Skydrive, but the latter two are integrated directly into operating systems, and according to at least one expert at Kaspersky Lab, that's not cool, with this feature providing a security risk for consumers.