Mozilla, Ericsson, AT&T will show the web technology's video, voice calling, and file-sharing chops at the Mobile World Congress this week.
Software giant Microsoft saw its Azure cloud service crash, its Mac systems hacked, and a malware intrusion.
Linux offering gives mobile experimenters a taste of what's to come.
Wireless carrier cuts the price for its new entry-level phone.
The fast-food chain is tweeting once more, after regaining access to its Twitter account. Burger King fell victim to a hack attack over the weekend -- the latest black eye for Twitter security.
Security researchers at Bitdefender have discovered a new phishing scam that installs a malicious extension in the Chrome web browser in order to turn Facebook 'likes' into cash for cyber crooks.
The Wikimedia Foundation has settled its lawsuit with Internet Brands over the travel website.
Researchers at University College in London say they have developed a "systemic computer" that they say avoids crashes by enabling a computer to heal itself.
Photos appeared on a South Korean message board that purport to be a smart timepiece made by Samsung.
Western Digital goes after the lower end of the streaming market with its economically priced WD TV Play set-top box.
A survey of information technology workers reveals that in this bring-your-own-device atmosphere, on top of the wish list are the Microsoft tablet and Apple's iPhone.
Microsoft might finally have a hit on its hands, but it will need to step up its manufacturing to satisfy the would-be buyers left empty-handed upon the tablet's debut.
Microsoft also promotes its own webmail program, Outlook.com, in the campaign
'Black names' appear more likely than 'white names' to trigger arrest ads.
Personal information on some 4000 people in the banking industry, including bank officers, was posted online Sunday by the hacker collective Anonymous.