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Security experts say that they are currently witnessing unusually large denial-of-service attacks directed at both pro-Western and pro-Russian Ukrainian news sites.
Comcast, which is preparing to ask federal regulators to approve its proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable, said Tuesday it would continue a program that gives low-cost broadband service and computers to poor families and give $1 million in neighborhood grants to support digital literacy.
CarPlay system brings voice control, an iOS-like interface, maps and messaging into certain cars.
Facebook is in discussions to acquire a manufacturer of high-altitude drones for about $60 million. The purchase would allow the social network to advance its ambitions of connecting everyone in the world to the Internet.
Speaking to students at the University of Oxford, the former Microsoft chief executive tempered his usual theatrics with a discussion of what Microsoft did right and wrong during his tenure.
Yelp and others involved in online reviewing say medical professionals are increasingly being caught faking customer reviews.
Have a friend with great taste who used to make music mixes for you? A London company has moved to New York with a service that makes those mixtapes digital.
Mark Penn has spent years spinning for politicians. Now his own career is the subject of spin at Microsoft, where he has been named chief strategy officer.
An interview with Ben Horowitz is the co-founder and general partner of Andreessen Horowitz, about managing and his new book, "The Hard Thing About Hard Things."
At a conference held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, academics and government officials addressed the tricky questions posed by the harvesting of large quantities of information.
For young technology companies, developing features and acquiring users tend to take precedence over securing customer data, leaving them vulnerable to security breaches.
An influx of tech-sector money in San Francisco, where new construction is difficult, is driving up prices and making options scarce for those not earning Silicon Valley salaries.
Some interns at tech companies can make more than the median household income in the United States, according to a recent report by the career website Glassdoor.
Magneto, an online scheduler, shows a lot of promise. It also shows a lot of rough edges.
A look at some of the highlights, lowlights and more awkward happenings that took place at the annual RSA security conference this week.
Accounts based on documents supplied by Edward J. Snowden say images — many sexually explicit — were collected from Yahoo users, even those not suspected of illegal activity.
Google announced that it would be holding its first Ara Developers’ Conference, on its experimental Project Ara modular smartphone platform.
Google, under fire in San Francisco for not giving back, gave back Thursday, with $6.8 million to fund a city transit program that provides monthly bus and streetcar passes to 31,000 low-income youths.
Larger phones are especially popular in Asia, though they have yet to gain traction in the United States
The "Innocence of Muslims" video on YouTube set off a fierce debate over free speech in 2012, but a federal court ruling on Wednesday was about an entirely different legal issue: copyright.