The government agency known for its secretive surveillance tactics is opening academic cybersecurity training centers in five US universities.
The professional social network introduces a trio of recruiting products to "take the work out of retaining and finding top talent."
The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based tech giant's latest acquisitions signal help to come for the company's mobile ad business.
The motion-detection system aims to catch people crossing the border between the two Koreas, says Kotaku.
BlackBerry is seeking to seduce Android apps onto BlackBerry phones, say reports.
The company will add two more manufacturers to its lineup to help produce the iPhone 5C and iPad Mini, says The Wall Street Journal.
Looking to make it easier for employers to publicize new openings and for recruiters to stay in touch with job candidates, the professional social network releases Recruiter Mobile and Mobile Work With Us.
The company gives media app developers and cable TV providers a mid-October deadline to submit apps for its set-top box, reports The Wall Street Journal.
The new pages, managed by university staffers, are meant to offer high school and college kids cheat sheets to desired career paths.
Apple is "aggressively" recruiting smart watch experts to work on the iWatch -- but it won't be ready for another year.