The Web infrastructure company's patch was supposed to have handled the problem. Turns out it protects only three of six critical encryption values.
This story incorrectly stated the legal background for Mike Ellis, an executive with the Motion Picture Association of America's division in Asia.
The third-largest comics publisher after Marvel and DC, Image Comics decides that it's time to ditch digital rights management on its books.
The term "Google bus" has come to symbolize very real tensions between tech companies and the communities they call home. Here's a look below the surface.
Kanye West claims Zappos sells sh-t product. So Zappos does. It's a $100,000 toilet and plunger, which is already enjoying positive reviews.
The company's current store at Stockton and Ellis streets in downtown San Francisco will be moved to Union Square, if all goes well.
With 70 percent of its global audience living outside of the U.S., the video hosting platform introduces a new tool to make caption translations easier for video makers.
The Silicon-Valley startup, known for its pear-shaped "smart" TV remote, will test out its new real-time polling feature with "American Idol" this week.
Investors in the smart-TV app developer include Mark Cuban. The startup's team is moving to the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Office of Naval Research is evaluating railgun prototypes from BAE Systems and General Atomics. One test has just been completed, and another will take place in April.