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BlackBerry said it plans to release security updates for Android and iOS devices by Friday to address the "Heartbleed" security threat.
Snowden revelations about the NSA may be costing U.S. cloud companies billions, and their loss means big business for firms outside the country.
Calling the Heartbleed bug one of the "worst seen in the internet age", Nick Sullivan, Systems Engineer at Cloudflare, discusses the severity of the security flaw.
Discussing how big a security threat the "heartbleed" bug is and what consumers need to do to protect themselves right now, with Tom Simonite, MIT Technology Review IT editor, and Emmanuel Schalit, Dashlane CEO.
The NSA reportedly tried to hack into Chinese technology firm Huawei and exploit its technology networks to spy on people, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
USA Today lists the places where you are better off paying in cash instead of using your debit or credit card.
Amazon said it has started a program called Pay to Quit, in which it offers workers at its fulfillment centers between $2,000 and $5,000 to quit.
Facebook, Google, Microsoft,and other firms want easier access for foreign workers, but critics allege it will discourage them from hiring Americans.
Developers rushed out patches to fix affected web servers when they disclosed the problem, which affected companies from Amazon, Google, to Yahoo.
Changing your password may not be enough to protect users from the security flaw known as the "Heartbleed bug", experts have warned.
A major internet security bug has been discovered, leaving users' financial details and emails vulnerable to theft.
"Upgrading is going to be your only option at some point," one cybersecurity expert advises users of Maicrosoft's XP.
Microsoft ends customer support for its Windows XP operating system, leaving businesses and other users vulnerable to hackers.
Daniel Ives, FBR Capital, looks at the best way to play the tech space amid a sell-off.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on Microsoft's deadline to end support for Windows XP, and the potential security risk for ATMs.
Microsoft still gets a large chunk of sales and the bulk of its profits from Windows and Office. So why on earth would it give away the crown jewels?
Does the National Security Agency's Internet snooping reach into the email inboxes of former occupants of the White House?
The Obama administration is preparing to unveil a proposal for an overhaul of the NSA's once-secret bulk phone records program. The NYT reports.
Bitcoin exchanges in China are braced for yet another blow from the central bank that would imperil their survival.
Federal officials told more than 3,000 companies last year that their systems had been compromised, The Washington Post reported.
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