California court may penalize Samsung for leaks.
Authorities arrest one person for alleged illegal weapons sales on the "Black Market Reloaded."
The Silk Road online marketplace has resurfaced.
EMC has sued Pure Storage for allegedly colluding with some of the storage giant's former employees to misappropriate and bring to the startup confidential EMC information and trade secrets, including lists and notes on current and potential customers.
Microsoft offers Azure customers ability to transfer their data offline to and from Azure storage accounts using hard disk drives.
Google has launched a new tool that connects people with experts over live interactive video for free or paid advice, while adding a revenue stream for the company in the form of transaction fees from providers.
Linux creator Linus Torvalds has proposed that Linux 4.0 should be dedicated to stability and bug fixing.
Internet companies in the U.S. are demanding that the surveillance practices of the U.S. should be reformed to enhance privacy protections and provide "appropriate oversight and accountability mechanisms."
The Rockstar Consortium that acquired Nortel Networks' patents filed Thursday patent infringement suits against Google, Samsung, HTC and five other companies.
Microsoft is looking for regulatory clearance in many countries for its Nokia purchase. It got the go-ahead in India.
Sony's smartphone business may be doing well, but the electronics giant lost $196 million during its second fiscal quarter.
Indian outsourcer Infosys has agreed to pay $34 million to the U.S. to resolve all allegations about the misuse of visas to get Indian staff to work in the U.S.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Tuesday the nomination of a new chairman to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission.
Responding to reports of an impending fine of about $35 million by the U.S. government, Indian outsourcer Infosys said its use of B-1 visas in the U.S. was for legitimate business purposes.
A document released by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden claims the National Security Agency monitored phone conversations of 35 world leaders but that the spying yielded "little reportable intelligence."