Boeing, Lockheed, Raytheon, and others are getting ready for an expected boom in federal outlays to protect government computer networks.
A former government contractor says he was fired after Google's search engine autocompleted his attempted "How to make a radio-controlled airplane" by offering the word "bomb."
As budgets tighten and priorities are realigned in the newly reorganized Microsoft, MSN.com has cut loose some of its part-time employees.
Gett, a black car service in NYC, says Uber tried to lure away its drivers by using dirty tricks. But Uber denies accusations of "denial of service"-style attacks.
The CIA suspected that then-employee Edward Snowden wanted to break into classified computer files, a new report says. But that didn't prevent Snowden from moving on to a job as a contractor with the NSA.
Though the WikiLeaks founder and critics like Edward Snowden were forced into exile, they took advantage of the previously-silent NSA's lack of experience at spinning public opinion, Assange told SXSW.
Cellular voice and data services will be available across 36 subway stops.
The registrar powerhouse lets customers sign up early to use four new Internet domains, early arrivals among hundreds that are coming online.
Big Blue withdraws its bid to run the US spy agency's private cloud, ceding to Amazon, which originally won the contract.