Using hotel Wi-Fi networks, the hackers are able to infect corporate executives' computers with malicious software, according to security research firm Kaspersky Lab.
Snapchat expands into mobile payments, and Uber is under fire after an executive suggests taking revenge on journalists. On the bright side, WhatsApp is boosting security with end-to-end encryption.
Ralph de la Vega will now oversee the integration of the mobile and enterprise units, while Glenn Lurie will head the consumer mobile business.
The company's chief marketing officer and its president of engineering and operations have resigned, according to Bloomberg.
Man accused of working with hackers in China to steal information related to military projects from the computer networks of US companies.
A senior director with a key role in Yahoo's mobile efforts is named in a harassment suit by her female subordinate.
Google's 10-year run as Firefox's default search engine in the US is over. Yahoo wants more search traffic, and a deal with Mozilla will bring it.
The Japanese company is devoting an entire plant to making screens for Apple, but according to a senior executive, that "presents a high level of volatility risk."
Despite last year's launch of iTunes Radio, Apple is still behind the curve on streaming music and bought Beats partly for its streaming service, according to Buzzfeed's sources.
In a series of tweets, the famous actor, tech personality and Uber investor defends the ride-sharing startup by suggesting he sees nothing wrong in "digging up dirt on shady journalist."