A privacy regulator has told Google to give users more control over which data is used to create profiles.
Hacking ring alleged to have stolen pre-release games and put a prototype Xbox One on sale.
The product is the next generation of the company's operating system for all devices.
Ad-free social media platform Ello overcomes a technical setback to continue its rapid growth.
Protecting individuals and corporations from vastly injurious cyber breaches is of growing concern to governments and enterprises worldwide.
Wales emphasized that the number of people in developing countries coming online are contributing to the global conversation.
Big data is cearly being used for good — in business and health — but has the potential to do damage if it falls into the wrong hands.
Cyber breaches have cost businesses worldwide billions of dollars, and will continue to do so.
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.
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 Chinese government's blockages of some Google services is affecting business.
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.
Jean Camp suggests we need a large public infrastructure designed to get people to think differently about cyber protection.
European privacy regulators say Google must tell users exactly what data is collected and with whom it is shared.
Experts say vulnerability is more serious than the Heartbleed bug discovered in April.
Mobile broadband has historically been exempt from net neutrality laws.