The government is increasingly turning its attention to hacking and cybersecurity issues. Now it's opening a new office in hopes of working with the talent that powers Silicon Valley's biggest tech firms.
The iPhone numbers in South Korea top the preorders seen for Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 over a similar period, says the Wall Street Journal.
In what "has all the markings of a state-sponsored attack," government contractor US Investigations Services reveals the probable theft of government employees' personal information.
Chinese manufacturer Hisense is making a play at the American TV market by buying out Sharp America, taking over the Japanese company's Mexican factory and gaining rights to the Sharp brand in North and South America.
The acquisition will give BlackBerry access to more corporations and government agencies that use AtHoc's crisis communications software.
Computer problems halt trading on NYSE for nearly four hours and ground thousands of United Airlines flights -- reminding us how vulnerable these major systems are to technology troubles.
The premium cable channel known for "Dexter," "Homeland" and -- soon -- "Twin Peaks" will launch a streaming service in July. Like HBO Now, Apple device owners get first crack.
Supporters of Syrian President Bashar Al Assad post messages critical of US military efforts in the Middle East.
The hackers used data stolen from the IRS to file fraudulent tax returns and received $50 million before they were caught, according to the report.
Silicon Valley is pouring more money into Internet security companies than ever before.