According to a report, Apple has ordered 70 million to 80 million iPhone 6 units—significantly more than its initial iPhone 5S and 5C order.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A UK security company has developed a new approach to enterprise security modeled on the immune system that promises faster, more effective responses to network threats.
More than 200 software products rely on a flawed OpenSSL component, which exposed users to attack until vendors patched the software. But OpenSSl wasn't the only component with flaws, according to two researchers.
The FCC, after offering an additional period for public comment on pending net neutrality rules, received record levels of response.
NEWS ANALYSIS: By being perceived as overly extravagant, big IT companies will be the first ones blamed for a new tech bubble burst when it happens.
No shortage of loose lips has led to reports saying Apple's iWatch will come in multiple versions, be nearly square and go into production in July.
Free streaming music is sure to please customers, but the offer turns T-Mobile into a gatekeeper. The answer? Do away with throttling.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says new proposed rules will protect competition, while consumer advocates call them an "insult" to the open Internet.
Comcast and Time Warner Cabled filed applications with the FCC and testified before a Senate Judiciary Committee April 9 about their proposed merger.
Crowdsourcing website, Tomnod.com, being used to enable public to join in the hunt for the missing aircraft.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein has accused the CIA of illegally tampering with an investigation into U.S. interrogation practices.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Salesforce.com and Amazon Web Services are notable for growing rapidly into multi-billion dollar cloud computing enterprises. But that's where the similarity ends.
John Chen "knows how to make things happen," one analyst said of BlackBerry's new interim CEO. Others are also guardedly hopeful.