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By: David Faber
The chipmaker has presented evidence to a court in China in the form of a video showing iPhones being unboxed and sold. » Read More
ZeniMax sued Facebook-owned Oculus saying it stole code and secrets to develop virtual reality products. A jury found Facebook guilty, and awarded ZeniMax $500 million. The two parties decided to settle the lawsuit for an undisclosed amount. » Read More
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A once niche side job is now becoming a lucrative full-time job opportunity as companies look to fill numerous empty cybersecurity positions. » Read More
Sacca's plans come during a seismic shift in how political movements and causes are funded and organized, largely through online entities.
Morgan Stanley downgrades shares of Verizon to equal weight from overweight, saying the stock has hit the firm's $58 price target and is "already priced at a premium."
Meng must surrender her passports, wear a GPS tracking device, and be accompanied by security detail whenever she leaves her residence.
Facebook is looking into a bomb threat at its headquarters campus in Menlo Park, a company spokesman said in an emailed statement to Reuters.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he would intervene in the Justice Department's case against a top executive at China's Huawei Technologies if it would serve national security interests or help close a trade deal with China.
"That is going to be in this industry's greatest interest because the U.S. policy environment still has the most influence on other policy environments around the whole world," he said.
Verizon's deals for Yahoo and AOL haven't worked out well, but AT&T M&A failures might be worse.
Car rental company Hertz has launched an airport lane that replaces ID checks with facial recognition and fingerprint scans.
Tesla's legal battle with ex-employee Martin Tripp is turning even more acrimonious. The electric vehicle maker is now seeking $167 million in damages from the former process engineer, Nevada case filings reveal.
Omron Healthcare, maker of blood pressure monitors, now integrates with Amazon Alexa to help people manage their hypertension and other chronic ailments.
An ordinance that would add new regulations for short-term rental housing on Airbnb and other sharing platforms was approved Tuesday by the Los Angeles City Council but the company insisted a more comprehensive policy was a better approach.
Hackers infiltrated dozens of companies around the world with advanced malicious software that extracted information from their systems, according to McAfee.
The European Union has a vested interest in promoting technology exchanges with China, but any transfers should be regulated, said the trade bloc's ambassador on Wednesday.
A cyberattack on the Marriott hotel chain was part of a Chinese intelligence-gathering effort, The New York Times reported on Tuesday.
Lawmakers peppered Google CEO Sundar Pichai with a broad range of questions on bias, user privacy and its plans in China when he testifies in front of the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.
A person dressed as the mustachioed character from the game Monopoly sat a few rows behind Google CEO Sundar Pichai during his hearing Tuesday before the House Judiciary Committee.