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The Electronic Frontier Foundation has released its "Who Has Your Back" list of companies that do the best and worst job of protecting customer data from government snooping or intrusive marketers.
The third annual Bugcrowd bug bounty report reveals varying payouts for security vulnerabilities. eWEEK takes a closer look at the state of bug bounties.
There is a tremendous amount of data being generated at the sources in IoT environments. eWEEK offers 10 reasons why real-time analytics at the data source is critical.
For 30 hours Amazon Prime Day will again bring Christmas in July, as the web retailing giant offers prices and deals typically found on Black Friday in December.
Red Hat's community Linux distribution set to debut its second major milestone release of 2017.
Red, the maker of high-end digital video cameras favored by professional movie makers, is getting ready to introduce a $1,600 Android smartphone called Hydrogen.
Microsoft confirms that it is laying off "thousands" of employees mostly in its overseas sales operations with the goal of focusing resources and management attention on its booming cloud services business.
Desktop ransomware attacks are growing, but the same isn't true for mobile ransomware. eWEEK looks at highlights of the latest Kaspersky Lab ransomware report.
Mobile market chatter indicates that Lenovo plans to introduce a new smartphone model called the Moto X4 that will include some high-end features, but will have a price that attracts budget-conscious buyers.