Security company FireEye says a Russia-sponsored group uses malware that mimics normal computer use while stealing sensitive files.
By taking advantage of a provision of the JOBS Act available to companies with less than $1 billion in sales, Twitter can keep details about its business secret for a few more weeks.
The California Department of Motor Vehicles at first denied the Associated Press' request for the information, but has now changed course.
The allegations reveal the rivalry -- and vitriol -- between the leading fitness trackers as Fitbit prepares for its IPO.
The airline says it will offer air miles as part of its new bug bounty program, but there are restrictions. Problems that affect onboard Wi-Fi, entertainment systems and avionics are off-limits.
A lawsuit against the ride-hailing company alleges the original technology used for its app was ripped off from another fledgling startup.
The Internet giant is responding to a tell-all book about the company by suing the person who allegedly helped its author.
Commissioners defended their decision not to sue, saying it was in keeping with staff recommendations.
The US carrier blocked its workers from organizing or even discussing problems at work and has been ordered to revise its policies.
Technically Incorrect: Samsung says that it wants to make clearer what really happens when its Smart TVs capture your voice at home.