Weaker-than-expected demand for the lower-cost iPhone may be throwing a monkey wrench in an agreement between Apple and China's largest carrier.
The program exploits a flaw in SSL renegotiation by overwhelming servers with multiple requests for secure connections.
Revenue at the nonprofit group nearly doubled in 2012 thanks to a new deal with Google. The money, says executive chair Mitchell Baker, is funding a big push to bring Firefox to the mobile market.
Spotify execs take stage at D10 and talk about how their model leverages musicians' back catalogs and how Apple may have tried to block the company in the U.S.
A legal complaint from Universal Music is to blame, according to the upstart service that charges $3 a month for unlimited on-demand music streams to iPhones.
Dozens of popular artists have disappeared from the Zune Marketplace, which means that Zune Pass subscribers can no longer play those recordings.
Samsung cites an increasing "risk profile" in the withdrawal of its $5.85 billion offer for SanDisk.
Video rental service sheds subscribers and market cap, while HP opts to stay in the PC game. Also: Apple TV on the horizon?
Some transit agencies are opening up their data, some keep it under lock and key. But the prevailing movement is clearly toward openness.