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NEWS ANALYSIS: The breach itself was bad enough, but it’s been compounded by the fact that Uber attempted to hide the event from customers and regulators. In fact, Reuters is reporting the company paid the hackers $100,000 in hush money to erase the data they took.
The recent GetGeeked event showcased a number of innovative products that could be perfect gifts for the techie in your life. Here are our top 10 picks.
Company says data was collected as part of a heartbeat function to maintain connectivity but never actually used.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The FCC’s plans regarding net neutrality, set to be revealed in detail on Nov. 22, aren’t going to end net neutrality. What the FCC is planning to do is reverse the 2014 decision that placed the internet under Title II of the Communications Act.
The HTC deals, including $400 off the HTC Bolt, are also good through Cyber Monday on Nov. 27.
Samsung is planning a number of tweaks and additions to improve on its already popular Galaxy line next year. eWEEK looks at 10 rumors about the Galaxy S9.
Uber embarks on first major effort to offer self-driving cars in its ride-hailing service using the Volvo XC-90 SUV as the platform for the technology.
McAfee discovers new mobile malware that is linked to the same group that was behind the attack on Sony Pictures and the recent WannaCry ransomware worm.
This index reflects the growth metrics of hundreds of companies around the world and spans a number of industries including SaaS, media, telecommunications, and corporate services.
DAILY VIDEO: A report says Apple will release two new large-screen iPhones in 2018; Broadcom continues its pursuit of Qualcomm despite rejection; Missouri AG will investigate Google data collection and market rivalries; and there's more.
Market research firm Canalys finds that while shipments of wearables of all types are down year over year, people are buyer more higher-end smartwatches, a trend that favors the Apple Watch.
The terms “app testing,” “analytics” and “mobile devices” have rarely been used in the same sentence—maybe never. This might be an actual first for the IT industry.