The Republican presidential candidate seems unfamiliar with the program’s rules despite sponsoring a bill to triple the number of workers who can apply.
A program that helps U.S. tech companies bring in workers from overseas has become a key issue in the presidential campaign.
The South Korean phone manufacturer didn't violate Apple patents and won't have to pay it $119.6 million, an appeals court ruled Friday.
The U.S. says San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook used the iPhone 5C at the center of a heated privacy debate to communicate with victims.
Friday’s meeting is expected to include officials from top Silicon Valley companies as well as the Justice Department and FBI.
The measure is less intrusive than an earlier version that would have required tech companies to create backdoors that allow authorities to access their data anytime.
Beijing's demand that U.S. tech companies provide access to data on their systems -- and at times share source code -- has some questioning their future in China.
Jeb Bush and others want Congress to renew a provision that broadens the surveillance powers of the National Security Agency. But opponents say not so fast.
The technology company reportedly plans to launch a Venmo-style person-to-person payments service -- which could take business away from major financial firms.
Big Blue, which reported lower-than-expected quarterly sales Monday, could face "a prolonged period of underperformance" as it moves to the cloud.
Microsoft’s Lumia smartphones and Surface computers are slick, but iOS and Android users have little reason to switch.
Microsoft has little choice but to push as hard as possible into phones and tablets, given the PC market’s dwindling fortunes.
With both Apple and Google now eyeing its core business market, Redmond desperately needs to break through in mobile.
The Republican's claim to have doubled sales while Hewlett-Packard’s CEO is technically true, but the growth was driven by the ill-fated Compaq merger.
Big Blue is looking to reduce reliance on hardware sales and transition offerings to the cloud.
The device, available up to 84 inches, is essentially a supersized Surface tablet and aims to end technological confusion in the conference room.
Michael Chertoff, who served under George W. Bush, fears the data could be used to blackmail government workers with access to state secrets.
The former Detroit Red Wings head coach heads north on an eight-year, $50-million deal.
The reviews site, which has seen big growth in the past year, is said to be working with investment banks to explore a sale.
The networking giant announced Worldwide Operations Vice President Chuck Robbins will replace Chambers in the corner office.