Fifteen accused of using software designed to remotely control computers, authorities say.
The companies made millions off ridding users' computers of non-existent viruses.
News comes as Google's arrangement with Firefox maker Mozilla nears end after a decade-long partnership.
The bug could allow hackers to remotely run computers.
The company is under fire for its iMessage problem when users switch to Android devices.
In midst of turnaround plan, BlackBerry will focus on profitability, chief executive John Chen said.
Most enterprises in the U.S. have adopted some form of cloud structure, even though there is a persistent lack of understanding of cloud terminology.
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.
California has issued a permit to Audi to test self-driving cars on public roads.
The company has installed its next solar-powered internet school in the country.
The company says it has launched end-to-end encryption.
Facebook is building a network for professionals to connect and collaborate on work-related documents.
Deal caps months of fighting that pitted writers and publishers against world's largest online retail store.
The social network has made the language of its policy easier for users to understand.
The revamped machines will also let users make calls free to anywhere in the U.S.
The Federal Trade Commission has placed an inquiry on the protection of user health data.
Finnish startup Vsenn promises a super-encrypted, modular smartphone.
Elon Musk has responded to reports that the company is working on a fleet of satellites that aim to deliver low-cost, global internet.