May 21- Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry Ltd said it plans to buy back 12 million shares, sending its stock up nearly 2 percent in extended trading in the United States. BlackBerry said it would buy the shares, representing about 2.6 percent of its outstanding public float, over the Nasdaq Stock Market or on the Toronto Stock Exchange, subject to approval.» Read More
A cybersecurity firm said it uncovered stolen credentials from some 360 million accounts that are available for sale on cyber black markets.
Radio frequency chipmakers RF Micro Devices will buy peer TriQuint Semiconductor for about $1.6 billion in an all-stock deal to create a company that could better compete in selling chips to mobile-handset makers.
NASCAR's $400 million renovation of its primary stadium won't make a dent in rain delays, but it aims to appeal to a more diverse, plugged-in crowd.
FitBit is recalling, and ceasing production, of its "Force" activity-tracker wristband after users complained of a rash they'd attributed to the device.
Mobile messaging has long been a hot space in technology, but here's why Facebook and others want to cash in.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen criticized T-Mobile, calling ill-conceived a promotion that encourages customers using BlackBerrys to upgrade to iPhones.
Google is officially putting its Glass users on notice with a set of do's and don'ts and an unambiguous warning not to be "creepy or rude."
Weight Watchers lost more than a quarter of its value in one session last week. The reason for the whacking? Wearables.
BlackBerry shares rose after investor Daniel Loeb's Third Point hedge fund disclosed it had bought 10 million shares in the smart phone maker.
State media struggled to report on the latest twist in China's Jade Rabbit Moon rover, which malfunctioned on Wednesday night then restored at dawn.
Growth in global smartphone revenue is expected to slow this year as cheaper devices hit the market and weigh on average selling prices, Gartner said.
Apple is planning to introduce a new Apple TV and is negotiating with Time Warner Cable and others, Bloomberg reports.
About half of Americans surveyed are willing to trade some privacy for smart cities, driverless cars and drones. NBC News reports.
The FCC's deadline for public comment on permitting voice calls on planes is Friday. Many international carriers already allow it.
Google signed a major advertising deal with comScore to help it win more business from big brands like Kellogg. USA TODAY reports.
Activision, who makes Call of Duty and World Of Warcraft is surging after announcing strong fourth quarter financials. USA Today reports.
Customers at 14 hotels in eight states will get free credit monitoring for a year after a data breach.
Cisco says mobile data traffic will top 190 exabytes worldwide by 2018, an 11-fold increase from 2013's traffic, and it's a ton of data. NBC reports.
Fourteen hotels in eight states are awaiting the results of an investigation into a nine-month security breach of customer information
As dieters are turning to tech-based alternatives, Weight Watchers has been doing some slimming down of its own, but it's not healthy, a report said.