Facebook is including personal information based on activities that did not occur within the boundaries of its social network.
Video consumption of the World Cup alone will generate nearly as much Internet traffic as occurred in all of Australia in 2013
A year after Edward Snowden exposed the National Security Agency’s mass surveillance programs, the major U.S. technology companies suffering from the fallout are uniting to shore up their defenses against government intrusion.
Security researchers have uncovered new bugs in the Web encryption software that caused the pernicious “Heartbleed” Internet threat that surfaced in April.
Amazon.com revived speculation about its next major product, posting a tease for a June 18 “launch event” in Seattle to be hosted by CEO Jeff Bezos.
Chinese state media lashed out at Google, Apple, and other US technology companies, calling on Beijing “to punish severely the pawns” of the US government for monitoring China and stealing secrets.
Apple took the wraps off a mobile application that can collect and analyze users’ health data
Microsoft will integrate rival Salesforce.com apps into its Windows and online Office platforms
Satellite TV operator Dish Network said it would accept bitcoin payments from customers