Some new features show a growing interest in keeping users informed
Inspections are part of inquiry into anticompetitive practices.
The site combines email addresses corresponding to accounts exposed in data breaches at Adobe, Yahoo, Stratfor, Gawker and Sony
The plea deal struck by Anonymous members charged with a distributed denial-of-service attack on PayPal could allow some of them to go free.
The head of the Bitcoin exchange was caught off guard by the announcement of new regulations in China
Oracle's appeal of Judge William Alsup's high-profile ruling in the Android lawsuit was heard this week
Intel's 15-core server chip code-named Ivytown will be targeted at high-end servers
Regular cost declines with each new generation of silicon are coming to an end
The company has now raised more than $90 million since its founding in 2007
IT execs are wary, but benefits of cloud technology are a powerful draw
Twitter will start delivering targeted ads on mobile devices based on Web browsing data
The Innovation Act, opposed by some inventors, next heads to the Senate for action
Emergence of human capital management software also marks year for enterprise tech.
Oracle Linux administrators can finally take advantage of the powerful DTrace debugging tool, first designed for Solaris
NSA surveillance allegations have led to countries questioning the country's commitment to Internet freedom, a former Obama official says.