The server factory has stopped production because of the protest
Apple failed to provide enough evidence to warrant an injunction, so a judge ruled that legal damages should be sufficient.
Did a spaghetti-like code help bring down the Bitcoin exchange?
Human rights groups are using metadata to verify the authenticity of eyewitness footage
Following in the footsteps of Firefox and Chrome, Opera has jumped on board the WebRTC bandwagon.
At this year's Game Developers Conference Microsoft will finally show off the new generation of its graphics API—six years in the making.
The online learning platform is now including material from six nonacademic institutions to meet user demand
Five persons from Vizify have joined Yahoo's media organization in San Francisco
Residents of a dorm can name their own networks and set policies while sharing access points
The VideoLAN project reveals that the popular video player will be released Monday, but reports say that it will be crippled.
The course was developed with input from HP and other industry players
The tools were co-designed with the authors of the new SAT test, which will go back to a 1,600-point scale.
U.S. President Barack Obama is proposing a DARPA budget of $2.9 billion for 2015, but less money is going to ICT and electronics research.
Through a partnership with Uhuru, Red Hat will offer Microsoft .NET and SQL Server as cloud services
The technology could be the answer to prevent further breaches of credit-card information.