The WikiLeaks founder will apparently not face charges for publishing material from a former US Army intelligence analyst.
Europe's Home Affairs Commissioner plans to keep a close eye on data-sharing deals with the U.S.
Integration of two popular platforms makes powerful remedy for email overload.
A new report from FixYa reveals the most common issues reported for four leading models.
The judge also said that shareholders suing HP must limit claims to statements made after May 23, 2012.
Economist Steve Levitt posits a fascinating theory on why the crime rate has plummeted over the past two decades.
The wildly popular game "Minecraft" is a lot like its creator, Markus "Notch" Persson: modest in style and origin and apparently still true to its roots despite phenomenal success.
Nokia is hoping that availability of its low-end Lumia 525 in countries like China and Russia will soon give its smartphone sales a boost.
The European Union will not set up a Terrorist Finance Tracking System (TFTS) due to concerns about data security.
The European Commission said Wednesday it will not suspend the safe harbor agreement with the U.S. despite calls from the European Parliament.
Following the cloud storage company's purchase of dLoop's technology, look for the first improvements to Box's search capabilities to come along soon.
Wikimedia has to delete passages in Wikipedia articles if they turn out to be false, the court said.
Some Android apps will run directly on BlackBerry phones starting next year.
The cloud-based backup and recovery service was introduced in February 2012.
The latest version of TeamViewer's remote control software implements sessions in tabs, transfers all kinds of data via the clipboard, has two-factor mobile authentication, and wakes-on-LAN.