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Bletchley Park, once Britain’s highly classified government center for code breaking during World War II, now invites curious guests who want to poke around and learn its secrets.
Facebook users are angry over a forced migration to the company's Messenger app and worried about its privacy implications. Are they overreacting?
Douglas Preston, a Hachette author, wrote a letter to his readers asking them to contact Jeff Bezos. Nearly 1,000 other writers have joined his cause.
The company also reported results for the quarter ended June 30 that barely made the low end of its earlier forecasts.
A brush with identity theft was a rude reminder that consumers have to go it alone when they run into cybercriminals.
Casper deals in what is probably one of the least cool businesses around: selling mattresses. And that is why the company's chief executive thinks that there is an opportunity.
The nonprofit behind Wikipedia released a list of its links that Google has removed from its search engine in accordance with European law.
The technology makes it possible for a device to move freely around a room, in a pocket or purse, while constantly charging.
A start-up in search of a formula that works is trying to become a sort of local guide tailored to your tastes.
Wikipedia said it received 10 requests for users’ data in the first six months of the year from both government and nongovernment bodies in six countries.
The hacked records, discovered by a security firm based in Milwaukee, include user name and password combinations and more than 500 million email addresses.
Apple and Samsung Electronics on Tuesday said they had agreed to drop patent litigation against each other in a number of countries. But they said they are not done fighting.
Google's automated eyes tipped law enforcement about a Houston-area man whom the police say was using the company’s Gmail service to email pornographic images of a child.
Alibaba is adding to its cloud computing business, buying American tech companies and about to get a lot of cash in a public offering. But the next step is a big one.
Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone vendor, transformed from a niche player into the biggest smartphone maker in China, seemingly overnight. How did that happen so fast?
To grab some of television’s ad dollars, Facebook is trying to help advertisers reach potential buyers with exacting precision.
Titans from earlier heydays of computing have both seen recent increases that outstripped the cloud-computing industry generally, according to industry reports.
Genevieve Bell, an anthropologist who is also an Intel Fellow, looks at how tech changes the world, and vice versa. She is convinced we are at a rare period of social change, with the explosion of digital intelligence into every part of our lives.
The deal, for about $90 million in stock, would be a handsome payout for the two-year-old Caviar, but might be even more significant for Square.
The lawsuit claimed that Samsung failed to follow the terms of a 2011 patent licensing deal between the two companies.