Symantec researchers have discovered a heavy-duty Trojan computer virus that could be the effort of a nation-state.
Allows users to anonymously send messages to everyone in the vicinity, including high schools.
Uber Trying To Raise More Than $1 Billion In The Midst Of A PR Disaster And Loud Driver Dissatisfaction
Money speaks loudly. The ridesharing company Uber is looking to raise $1 billion amid controversy.
Widespread deployment of warehouse robots stands to save the company $400 million to $900 million a year.
Meet Benjamin Yonattan, a 13-year-old with retinal dystrophy, which made his vision akin to "looking through a straw."
Uber's New York GM Josh Mohrer is under internal investigation for using 'God View' to track a journalist.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick apologizes for a colleague's comments suggesting the company could intimidate journalists.
This one's aimed at staying in touch with your Facebook groups.
The ride-sharing company's public image takes another beating.
Professor Sambuddho Chakravarty used a Cisco router technology that exposes 81 percent of Tor users.
In The Wake Of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, Aviation Officials Call For A Global Airplane Tracking System
It would see airplanes that cross oceans using satellite communications to broadcast their locations.
A number of Google Glass developers report that they've ceased working on apps for the futuristic face computer.
The comedian and actor is suspected of stealing a necklace.
Unconfirmed reports in local media suggest that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was wounded in the attack.
CEO Dick Costolo is facing investor scrutiny.
Standalone deal sites like LivingSocial and rival Groupon are having trouble making it solo.
The Foodini uses 3D printing technology to make meals from fresh ingredients.
Travis VanderZanden is accused of breaching his confidentiality agreement.
Big companies just aren't motivated to build secure products.
The music giant will take a stake in the German startup that will total between 3 and 5 percent of equity.
Meet the reactor, the informer, the antagonist, the fantasist, the predator and the impostor.
Disney Movies Anywhere app breaks down walls between Apple, Google operating systems.
The first issue lands on newsstands, and 200,000 copies will retail for $5.99 each.
There are benefits -- and some trade-offs -- to sticking with one vendor.
The new frame rate more closely portrays live gameplay.
Guidance for Q4 leaves something to be desired.
It's all about executing plans faster.
A new network that promises to speed money transfers around the globe
Samsung's new smartwatch will require a $5-per-month service plan to be useful.
IBM wants to help companies make better decisions by harvesting gobs of Twitter data.