The hire, which follows Moxie Marlinspike's move to Twitter last year, is evidence of how seriously Twitter is taking security these days.
Ergen says he wants to change the way ads are delivered to consumers, giving viewers a choice of ads so they can be better targeted.
Paul Jacobs talks about the future of mobile and the data demand problem with PBS's Charlie Rose.
Zebra Technologies snaps up Motorola Solutions' enterprise unit, which makes mobile devices and barcode scanners, for $3.45 billion in cash.
In the works are updates for two popular BlackBerry products, Secure Work Space corporate email and the BBM messaging program for Android and iOS.
The chipmaker's closure of a Costa Rice assembly-and-test operation is part of a plan to cut costs and shift Intel's focus from PCs to mobile.
Thousands of dollars have been awarded to bug hunters for the Chrome 34 release who reported 31 flaws, 19 deemed critical.
Developer Loud Crow has crafted a digital pop-up book based on the classic TV holiday special. Available at the App Store, the Android Market, and the Amazon Appstore, it features narration by Peter Robbins, the original TV voice of good old Chuck.
The tech giant announces the creation of services to help corporations use big data in the battle against white-collar crime.
IBM has categorically denied any involvement with the NSA's spying spree, and insists it has never handed over client data in the name of surveillance.