If Apple had used a third-party source code analyzer on its encryption library, it could have avoided the "gotofail" bug.
The electronics company sells off all its shares of the music-matching and streaming service to the Tribune Co.
Dutch researchers believe EU data stored on the Web can be obtained by U.S. authorities, despite EU data protection laws.
Google says immediate compliance with Chevron's request is "simply unreasonable." Oil company says e-mail data will show plaintiff's attorneys in environmental case were "falsifying evidence."
Before he was into the whole giant-flaming-eyeball thing, Sauron wandered around in a pretty sweet set of spiky plate armour. Now, you too can stride around as the Lord of the Rings.
Michael Lynton becomes the leader of Sony Corporation of America, overseeing the company's vast entertainment empire.
Democrats Richard Blumenthal and Charles Schumer ask Justice Department to investigate whether requesting job applicants' social network passwords is a violation of federal law.
Feds confirm a e-book pricing probe of Apple and publishers after an EU investigation goes public.
New testing on gas pumps and mailboxes, among other things in six major U.S. cities, will make you want to wash your hands before checking your e-mail.
The San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District is releasing an iPhone App that can dispatch citizens trained in CPR to the scene of a cardiac emergency.