A Florida school admits that it made several mistakes when it allowed a security company to install iris scanners without telling parents -- and without even having a contract with the company.
In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Sumi Das talks with Jay Greene, who explains the concerns the House Intelligence Committee has with Huawei and ZTE, and how it is discouraging American companies from buying their telecommunication products.
Facebook has changed the email on your profile, replacing your real email address with the @Facebook.com email you never use.
We all know how easy it is to let information slip online, but it can be hard to know exactly what info we're releasing. Stay Invisible is a site that shows exactly what your browser is telling the world.
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion has been revealed as the perpetrator of the "Wake Up" advertising campaign outside Apple stores that puzzled Sydney and Melbourne.
A U.K. police force apologizes after announcing on its Twitter feed that a missing 12-year-old girl is safe before telling her mom.
Jim Balsillie defends the BlackBerry, responds to many of Jobs' Tuesday claims, and says customers are "tired of being told what to think by Apple."
Hackers are turning their attention from software to locks and publicizing the vulnerabilities, angering the industry. But security experts say publicity is necessary.
In the suit and countersuit currently being played out between eBay and Craigslist, there is really only one question: which famous tech character is to be believed?
The discrepancy between claims by the two companies over Google Voice app for the iPhone is turning into a classic he said, she said conundrum.