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The State Department has taken the unprecedented step of shutting down its entire unclassified email system, amid damage from a suspected hacker.
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BlackBerry and Samsung announced on Thursday that they are joining forces to improve Android security with the BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12 server.
The government’s cybersquad is warning Apple users about a security vulnerability in their mobile devices, Re/code reports.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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SanDisk released its first USB flash drive designed specifically for the iPhone and iPad on Thursday.
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