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The government’s cybersquad is warning Apple users about a security vulnerability in their mobile devices, Re/code reports.
Don't understand net neutrality? Let a porn star explain.
Google has announced that its tap and pay service Google Wallet will no longer process third-party digital purchases.
Within a few days of President Obama asking that Internet be regulated as public utility, a few new high-profile opponents emerged.
Let's just all agree: Apple is enormous and taking over the world.
An agency of the U.S. Justice Department is gathering data from thousands of cell phones by using fake communications towers on airplanes, the WSJ reported.
Dan Nathan explains what was behind the massive bullish bet.
Nokia is taking a punt on connected devices. This was the message from CEO Rajiv Suri, but it did little to half a 4.5 percent fall in shares.
BlackBerry is in the midst of a turnaround, John Chen says. A new platform and launch of its classic phone are just part of what's in the pipeline.
Amazon is bringing back a special offer for some customers in its Prime membership program: 30-day free trials for Kindle tablets and e-readers.
Bitcoin's blockchain technology could transform all business as we know it, and major companies are already exploring the possibility.
Domino's is the first chain to make a foray into wearable apps with a pizza tracking app.
Google has raised it contribution to the Association for Computing Machinery's prestigious Turing Award for excellence in computing.
Eight years ago Google's YouTube buy looked risky, even crazy. Not anymore.
SanDisk released its first USB flash drive designed specifically for the iPhone and iPad on Thursday.
Here's why you may be your boss's biggest cybersecurity concern.
Xerox CEO Ursula Burns says the US economy is 'stuck.' The way she describes it: "One step forward, a half step back."
Facebook noted two key things its new privacy rules.
Starting this month, the graphics card company will stream games from the cloud, much as Sony's PlayStation Now service does. Re/code reports.
The policy of an "open Internet" would hurt innovation, consumer experience, jobs and the economy, says Cisco CEO John Chambers.
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