Apple is signing up more enterprise app developers to gain a greater hold on the corporate market, reports Reuters.
Some 7 million small businesses were also compromised in the computer attack over the summer -- far more than the 1 million customer accounts initially thought to have been breached.
The FBI investigates a data breach into one of the world's largest banks that may have involved malware being deposited on an employee's personal computer.
After more than 15 years of being in business, the massive Web hosting company files for an initial public offering.
Despite criticism from the FCC, it seems Sprint may be pushing ahead with a possible T-Mobile merger.
The wearable-display wars are heating up, with Avegant releasing the first images of a head-mounted display with retinal projection. Additionally, Yobie Benjamin, former CTO of Citigroup, has signed on as COO.
Unlike its daily deals brethren, Zulily.com -- focused squarely on high-end clothing and toys for moms, babies, and kids -- appears on the rise.
Internet retailer says it has no plans to launch a smartphone in 2013 and adds that if it ever does, the device won't be free.
The struggling photography pioneer exits Chapter 11 as a "leaner" company working on digital imaging for businesses.
According to Citigroup analyst Richard Gardner, Apple is ready to roll out the iPad 3 as early as February despite rumors that Apple could be waiting to unveil its latest touch-screen tablet update until as late as next fall alongside the iPhone 5.