The tech giant's subsidiaries in Russia, Poland, and Mexico paid bribes to officials to secure lucrative government contracts, federal investigators allege.
The major security vulnerability affects networking equipment used to connect to the Web, the companies warn.
According to U.S. tech groups, a deal among more than a dozen countries could be completed this summer.
Genevieve Bell, Intel's in-house anthropologist, sees constants in our behavior that could mean big bucks for businesses that find a way to capitalize on them.
Road Trip 2011: King Ludwig II bankrupted his state of Bavaria by building this fairytale castle, which was still under construction at the time of his mysterious death at age 41.
A new Pew survey shows that 37 percent of all teenagers own a smartphone, and for many of them it's their main way to access the Internet.
A federal judge issues -- and then stays -- a preliminary ruling that the NSA's bulk collection of US citizens' phone metadata violates expectations of privacy.
A new FROST method can help would-be thieves access data on password protected and encrypted Android phones.
In the Golden State, fiddling with your mapping app while driving is just as bad -- and illegal -- as typing out a text message or holding your phone to your ear, a judge rules.
Samsung files a trademark application for "2D 3D Movie & Still," suggesting its newest smartphone might have such capabilities.