The Chinese e-commerce giant hopes to sell goods to viewers on video service Youku Tudou as it adds the company to its portfolio.
The European Union put the onus firmly on the U.S. to make the next move in negotiating a replacement for the now-defunct Safe Harbor Agreement on privacy protection for transatlantic personal data transfers.
One month after signing the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, the governments of the U.S. and New Zealand have published the full treaty, including details of what ISPs must do to defend others' copyrights.
Britons could soon have their web surfing recorded for later police consultation, but the government has reportedly backed off plans to order companies like Apple to unlock encrypted phones and messages
As the company scales back its estimate of the number of customers affected, the police dragnet is spreading -- and Members of Parliament are now taking a close interest in the case.
Infor runs ERP and CRM services for its customers, hosting them in Amazon Web Services' cloud, but promises that when people want their data to stay in Europe, it will.
DJI's Manifold computer has an Nvidia Tegra K1 processor, USB, HDMI, Ethernet -- and a dedicated port to plug it into the company's Matrice 100 quadcopter.
Lithium-air batteries will have a higher energy density than lithium-ion batteries, if a way can be found to make them. Researchers say that's still 10 years off, however.
An investigation into the leaking of the personal information of 4 million customers of UK telecommunications operator TalkTalk has prompted the arrest of a second teenager.
Of the three ways carriers might boost the capacity of the mobile networks we increasingly rely on, the one they will try in Geneva next month is probably the hardest.
A decision by German data protection authorities to break ranks with their counterparts in other European Union countries on alternatives to Safe Harbor has business lobbyists worried.
By rejecting amendments to a bill on net neutrality, the European Parliament has all but ensured that in the European Union the net will be neutral in name only, critics say.
The EU Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) is now studying the security vulnerabilities of smart cars, smart airports and smart hospitals.
Spinning off some of its activities into separate companies under the Alphabet umbrella isn't going to make Google's problems with Europe's top antitrust authority go away: European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager still has the company in her sights.
U.S. ISPs deliver on their download speed promises -- unlike European ones, which on average deliver only 80 percent of the download speed they advertise.