The Sony Pictures hack has exposed the inner workings of one of Hollywood's biggest studios.
Startup plans to use the funds to meet demand for its iPad point-of-sale platform for retailers, restaurants and grocery stores.
The app for syncing, sharing, and editing photos -- available on iOS since 2011 -- has now made its way to Google's mobile operating system.
The privacy protection company will upgrade its snoop-resistant handset later this year and introduce a tablet, too. Also new: a push for business customers spooked by Sony hacks.
Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of the collaboration and data-sharing service, says customers' data-security worries slow their purchasing. And Hightail has had to change its own business.
Sikur's phone, running a locked-down Android derivative, enables encrypted communications. It's one of several arriving at Mobile World Congress.
In the wake of government surveillance and widespread hack attacks, Finnish company Jolla has revealed a new privacy-focused operating system.
Consumers and attorneys are already looking to the legal system for recourse following revelations that Lenovo installed potentially dangerous software on its PCs.
The security-obsessed company called Silent Circle is now solely in control of its phone for encrypted communications. It has also raised $50 million and will announce new devices next week.
Reports that the carrier provided phone data to the NSA could hamper its chances of getting European approval for acquisitions, says The Wall Street Journal.