A replacement for de Castro -- who leaves Yahoo a little more than a year after he was hired -- has not been named.
The chipmaker announced in 2011 plans to spend $5 billion on Fab 42
Judge John D. Bates in a letter on behalf of the federal judiciary opposes some of the proposed reforms of surveillance programs
The move by Target comes after a breach of its customers' data.
The company has restructured its management to return to high growth
Google was to help the country's election commission with voter facilitation services
The mediation will be held by February 19 ahead of a March trial for the patent dispute
The first Facebook acquisition in India reflects a growing focus of local startups on technology development
The company's revenue is expected to be marginally higher than a year ago
Users in North America, Asia Pacific, and Latin America weren't served the ads that spread malware in Europe, Yahoo says.
Facebook is charged with scanning private messages to profile users
Scary words flew forth from Skype's social media accounts, but fear not: User accounts weren't compromised.
The post of phone numbers paired to Snapchat user names comes days after a security research firm identified the vulnerability in the social networking service.
The e-commerce giant's subsidiary has been awarded a MVNO license by the Chinese government
The company blames delivery companies for the delays