Facebook has maintained its position as the world’s favorite social platform; almost one third of global Internet users say they use it every day.
The annual Ponemon Institute Cost of Cyber Crime Study reports a rising cost in the U.S. and globally.
New and existing customers can still sign up for the unlimited data plan through Oct. 15 and can keep the rate for as long as they want it.
Google could face hefty fines if it fails to stop favoring its own apps on Android-powered devices, says Russia's Federal Antimonopoly Service.
The vendor reportedly is rolling out new servers that run on Power 8 processors and also include Nvidia's Tesla K80 graphics products.
Google is fixing newly announced flaws in its Android mobile OS. The company issued patches for 19 vulnerabilities, including the Stagefright 2 flaw.
The latest edition adds support for 4K Ultra HD televisions, as well as for traditional HD TVs.
Tapping into its vast Watson cognitive computing expertise, IBM announced a new services unit focused on cognitive computing solutions.
The new YouTube app is easier to navigate, says Google, and allows users to subscribe to content from within the app.
The twin brothers, best known for their claims about helping to inspire Facebook, are doing things "by the book" to launch a new Bitcoin currency exchange.
As expected, Microsoft showed off its up follow-up to the Surface Pro 3, but surprised tech watchers by also unveiling the company's first-ever laptop.
Along with the offerings for the manufacturing, transportation, utilities, and oil and gas spaces, the vendor also unveils an IoT security package.
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The move comes a week after officials with the carrier said they are working with Cisco and Brocade as part of its Network on Demand effort.
The acquisition brings Apple a company that works on bringing advanced AI systems to devices as small as smartphones.