In a barrage of nine lawsuits filed Thursday, Ericsson alleges that Apple's iPhone and iPad infringe a total of 41 of its patents
After an internal investigation, Gemalto said hacks on its network didn't breach separate infrastructure protecting SIM card encryption keys
With data storage in the European Union, the company won't need to export data to the U.S.
The company is buying market share to sustain profit, just after it bought Travelocity about a month ago.
Early speculation that jihadists were responsible for the outages seem less likely as the hosting company rules out a DDoS attack
CSC will restate its results for 2010 through 2012, and has promised not to violate US antifraud, reporting and accounting laws in future
Germany's Der Spiegel published the new cache, which also shows the NSA struggled to fit all its surveillance data into Excel spreadsheets.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has been indicted by South Korean authorities for operating an illegal taxi service
Half the money spent on advertising is wasted -- the question is, which half? That's the age-old question in adland. Now Oracle is hoping to help its customers answer that question with the acquisition of Datalogix, which collects offline consumer spending data in a bid to help online advertisers pick the right targets.
The company is increasing its distribution capability, pinning hopes on sales of its new Passport and Classic smartphones
A study found that one out of three apps access location, while two out of three track users' identities.
KappoBike sets itself apart from other ride trackers with in-game power-ups to boost scores -- and uses aggregate data to help city planners.
A USB-stick computer built around a processor with strong security capabilities
Some companies are telling universities not to send them interns without OpenStack experience
A proposal by EU justice ministers to relax data protection rules for low-risk personal data doesn't go far enough, industry lobbyists say