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Some governments are using sophisticated, off-the-shelf computer espionage software to target political dissidents.
Major investors of public companies are required to disclose when they buy and sell stock. A few have done so for Facebook, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The rumored iPad mini, as it has been called, is likely to be more popular than its full size predecessor, and could likely outsell the full size iPad two to one, Moorhead said.
President Obama took to Reddit, a social news website, to answer readers' questions, and boy, did they have questions!
Pandora Media should see continued growth in its mobile revenues as marketers spend more on mobile ads, the company’s CEO Joseph Kennedy told CNBC’s "Closing Bell."
Samsung added to its holiday lineup of phones and tablets Wednesday, including the a refreshed version of the Galaxy Note "phablet."
Apple might have scored a key courtroom victory against Samsung late last week, but the fight is hardly over between the two tech giants.
RealNetworks, an online media pioneer, told employees it would lay off 14 percent of the staff. But instead of trying to keep it private, the founder posted the news to his Facebook page.
Brian Lillie, Chief Information Officer, Equinix says his company is banking on growing traffic in mobile, internet video & cloud computing to drive its business. He adds that Equinix is exploring opportunities in India, Indonesia and South Korea.
Yahoo is bringing in a new chief marketing officer as the troubled Internet company tries to burnish its image and revive its revenue growth under recently hired CEO Marissa Mayer.
Samsung will fight Apple's efforts to ban sales of some of its smartphones in the U.S., the Korean electronics partner said on Tuesday, according to a report.
Within a few years, Amazon.com’s creative destruction of both traditional book publishing and retailing may be footnotes to the company’s larger and more secretive goal: giving anyone on the planet access to an almost unimaginable amount of computing power.
Steven P. Jobs minced no words when talking about Android, Google’s mobile operating system, which he saw as too similar to the iPhone’s. He told his biographer, Walter Isaacson, that Android was “a stolen product” and said, “I’m willing to go thermonuclear war on this.”
Just how big can the iPad market get? As investors parse the rumors of a new mini-iPad launch from Apple this fall, that's got to be the main question.
The tablet wars are heating up. Apple's so-called "iPad mini'' is scheduled to debut in October, according to a news report.
Although the macro environment remains uncertain, companies continue to invest in IT infrastructure, VMware’s outgoing CEO Paul Maritz told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” on Monday.
AOL said it will buy back $600 million of stock and announced a cash dividend of $5.15 per share.
Apple has been the story in U.S. tech this year. The stock is up nearly 64 percent, helping lead the sector to a 19 percent gain year-to-date versus an 11 percent rise for the broader S&P 500. But enterprise IT companies have also had an impressive run.
Facebook wants to improve its 'horri-bad' Android app. The way to do it? Make Facebook employees use Android phones, The Christian Science Monitor reports.
Amazon is adding NBC shows to its roster of free videos that can be watched online by customers who pay $79 a year for unlimited free shipping on goods bought at the online retailer, whose shares hit an all-time high Friday.
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Rather than jump at the Alibaba IPO, RiverPark/Wedgewood fund's David Rolfe might "wait years to get it at our price."
Though Alibaba is seeking a valuation of as much as $162.7 billion, one stock market pro thinks it could fetch up to $240 billion.
It's clear major retailers doubt Apple's entry into mobile payments, too, says PayPal exec Bill Ready.