Intelligence agencies have placed cyber attacks at the top of their list of threats to the country.
The social media company has dozens of options for gender identification.
F.C.C. expected to approve rules regulating broadband providers more heavily than in the past.
Jury found iTunes software infringed three patents owned by a Texas-based patent licensing company.
Smartphone security measures could set stage for Apple Pay to be introduced into Europe in coming months.
Centers would be entirely powered by renewable energy and create hundreds of jobs, company says.
A report found that users to adopt smartphones in Africa tend to buy Android-based devices.
Various regions on the continent are looking at solar to be the future of energy consumption.
Smart grids are networks of communications and information technology infrastructures that better manage electrical energy usage.
A solar bike path has launched outside of Amsterdam.
System will allow citizens to report Ebola-related issues and agencies to keep track of the disease.
Google said it will make blogs on its Blogger platform containing sexually explicit content private.
YouTube Kids will run on smartphones and tablets and focus on content that is appropriate for kids.
The company has struggled since last year to alter a policy it insists protects users.
The company will challenge networking giants like Cisco.
A report looks at how big data can help improve connections in the social action sector.
Two U.K. banks allow customers to access accounts on smartphones using fingerprint recognition technology.
Carriers will allow users to unlock their phones should certain provisions be met.
Executive order sets the stage for new private-sector led "information sharing and analysis organizations."