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Facebook launches Antivirus Marketplace

04/26/2012, Facebook might have won some folks sitting on the fence as to whether this is a company that is “evil” or not (as to the definition of evil, I will leave that to you entirely), as the social networking giant has just rolled out an Antivirus...

Huawei to buyout Symantec’s stake in their joint venture

11/15/2011, Huawei, a company known for putting out affordable mobile devices has announced their plans to buy out the remaining 49% stake in their Symantec joint venture. For those unfamiliar, Symantec is a company that specializes in security software for...

AVG to offer AntivirusFree for Android tablets

03/23/2011, Don’t think that using an Android-powered device means you are exempt from viruses or software exploits – AVG is offering their AntivirusFree for Android tablets. This new piece of software is known as AVG Mobilation for Android, where it will...

Intel finalizes McAfee buyout

02/28/2011, Silicon giant Intel is pleased to announce that they have finally finalized and completed their acquisition of computer security company McAfee, where the latter has taken its wings under the Intel Software and Services Group as a subsidiary. This deal...

U+ USB Hub With Antivirus Scanning

04/30/2010, Folks are always worrying about getting a virus on their removable storage nowadays, and that’s why designers came up with this U+ USB Hub concept. It’s a USB hub that offers an antivirus scanner as well, allowing you to scan your flash...

Facebook Partners With McAfee To Offer Security Software

01/15/2010, If you’re currently evaluating antivirus software for your computer, you might want to take note that Facebook has partnered with McAfee to offer all of its 350 million users free security software for a 6-month period. It’s good to see...

Avast And Google Chrome

12/05/2009, In a recent blog posting, Avast has confirmed that it will be offering users the option to install Google Chrome when they install Avast antivirus on their computers. The company stresses that they’re not trying to force Chrome on users; rather...