Google, Dropbox, and the Open Technology Fund have launched Simply Secure.
The company has closed its R&D center in Silicon Valley during another wave of layoffs.
After receiving criticism following the leaks of many nude photos of celebrities, Apple is trying to reinstate its security assurance.
A survey shows that the majority of executives who have implemented big data and analytics have seen positive effects in their businesses' digital operations.
Google has once again brought the use of drones for e-commerce into the spotlight with its Project Wing.
The company is under investigation for anti-trust operations in China.
The country is looking to lessen its dependency on American technology companies.
The company has installed its next solar-powered internet school in the country.
As the smart home market builds out, where will utility suppliers come in?
The city of Chicago is looking at ways to make its urban development more efficient through using big data.
The company is building out its number of solar-powered stations to charge phones.
The government has launched official accounts on messaging apps, and is suspected of using Twitter to perform smear campaigns.
A recent survey on net neutrality neglected to include questions on Title II of the Telecommunications Act because the polling group believes consumers won't understand it.
Tens of millions have made China Apple's third-largest market for software sales.
Dmitry Medvedev's Twitter feed featured posts stating he had resigned and was ashamed of the government.
The online review website has agreed to settle on the charges that it improperly collected children's information.
Yahoo says the U.S. government "threatened" to fine it $250,000 a day if it failed to hand over user data.
The country is launching an internet project that looks to establish free internet access points through 2017.
The video games studio behind Minecraft is in talks to be taken over by Microsoft, according to reports.