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Experts are concerned that autonomous vehicles could be susceptible to sinister cybercriminal activity.
Liz Ann Sonders, Charles Schwab, and David Bianco, Deutsche Bank, provide perspective on investment strategies for the month of October.
Samsung's third quarter earnings guidance is forecast to be the firm's weakest since 2011, but some say a turnaround is imminent.
CNBC's David Faber takes a closer look at Hewlett-Packard's decision to breakup into two separate companies.
Forget credit card data, cybercriminals are after more valuable data. And some are even offering their services for hire.
Sources say Apple is talking to music labels about a new set of rights and features it would like to include in a revamped version of the Beats Music service.
Facebook already knows who your friends are and the kind of things you like. Soon, it could also know the state of your health.
Google plans to launch a mobile messaging app it is likely to test in India and other emerging markets, the Economic Times newspaper reported.
European Union antitrust regulators approved a $19 billion offer by Facebook for mobile messaging startup WhatsApp.
Details on a cyberattack on JPMorgan's servers this summer add to doubts over the security of consumer data kept by lenders, retailers and others.
After a data breach compromised contact details for 76 million households using Chase, experts say customers should be alert for phishing attacks.
Softbank's investment in a Hollywood movie studio represents the coming out party for two new players in the US entertainment industry.
The USB malware that can't be patched just went public.
Starboard Value aims to spin off Yahoo's core business, leaving behind the stakes in Alibaba and Yahoo Japan as the company's main assets
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on JPMorgan's comments after the New York Times reported the bank was facing a new security breach.
Groupon is unveiling an app in the U.S. called Snap that gives shoppers cash back when they purchase certain grocery products in stores.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says the new BlackBerry Passport isn't an iPhone killer—and that's OK.
Insight to technology which can track hackers in real time, with Stephen Purpura, Context Relevant CEO, and former U.S. National Coordinator for Security, Richard Clarke of Context Product Security.
A lawyer for a client allegedly attacked by an Uber driver says he intends to test that company's liability shield.
Once aimed at a small elite with their blingy designs, luxury smartphones are toning down as manufacturers look to broaden the appeal of their high-end devices.
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