The U.S. Supreme Court has denied the Electronic Privacy Information Center's petition for it to review a National Security Agency (NSA) phone record data collection program.
Luxembourg's data protection authority cleared Microsoft and its subsidiary Skype of data protection violations related to the U.S. National Security Agency's Prism spying program, the agency said Monday.
Google will display warnings above the search results for 13,000 terms it believes are associated with more explicit child sexual abuse terms.
The Motorola message synchronization patent had been forcing Apple to switch off iOS push email services in Germany for more than a year.
The European Commission gave airlines permission to offer their passengers Internet access via 3G and 4G connections while in flight.
The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) is member-owned and exchanges millions of standardized financial messages for more than 10,000 financial institutions in 212 countries each day.
Suse Linux Enterprise (SLE) version 11 and up will come with 10 years of general support instead of the seven years offered up to now, in a move that matches services from competitors.
Microsoft is abandoning a ranking system that has been blamed for hampering innovation and pitting employees against one another.
Amazon.com is getting the U.S. Postal Service to deliver packages on Sundays to its customers, adding an additional facility to help it compete in the Internet retail market.
Facebook is moving to bigger offices in London and Dublin to accommodate its rapidly expanding European workforce.
Privacy International has filed complaints against U.K. telecommunications companies for assisting British intelligence agency Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) with mass interception of telephone and Internet traffic that passes through undersea fiber optic cables.
While bumping up the price range of its initial public offering, Twitter also revealed that IBM says the microblogging service has infringed on several patents.
The Finnish government's computer networks have been breached by malware for years.
Supercomputer maker Cray has hired the founders and key engineers of Gnodal who will be working to develop new technology.