The top payout for finding a bug in Google's Chrome browser software now stands at $15,000.
The new health and fitness capabilities will help bring the Pebble watch up to the demands of the smartwatch market.
AT&T customers can get an LG G Pad 7.0 LTE for 99 cents or a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 for $99.99 when purchasing qualifying smartphones.
John Chambers saw his compensation cut by 22 percent after the company missed financial targets in its fiscal year 2014.
BlackBerry's square-faced phone sold out within hours of its announcement.
The Basis Peak smartwatch, which boast myriad fitness and health monitoring features, will debut in November for $199.
Better late than never, Mac OS X users now have a patch for the Bash vulnerability known as Shellshock.
New architectures, connections with Oracle 12c database on the way into the market.
Christopher Young spent three years with the networking vendor before making the move to the world's largest chip maker.
Shellshock isn't the only well-named vulnerability to impact the open-source security landscape this month. Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome get updates to fix the BERserk flaw.
Could this potential loosening of the rules in Europe find its way into U.S. skies?
The Cisco veteran will run a key part of the company's plan to become a top IT solutions and services vendor.
General Motors hires its first-ever product cyber-security chief to maintain mobile system security and guide the company into the future.
Ostensibly, a tipping point of sorts may have been reached, because EMC has been the undisputed heavyweight champion in storage for years.
Azul puts Java 8 on Docker with its new OpenJDK-based Zulu 8 offering.