More than 400,000 Yahoo Inc user names and passwords were stolen and published on the Web, putting other websites at risk as well, after hackers exploited a vulnerability in Yahoo!’s computer systems.
The Iranian regime remains vulnerable to more cyber attacks in the aftermath of the “Stuxnet” worm that disrupted its uranium enrichment work, Tehran, however, may be receiving help from Russian proxies for its digital security, some analysts say.
Engineers said Friday they had built a device using mass-produced video gaming equipment that lets disabled people control a computer with just their eyes.
Apple Inc’s next-generation iPhone has not even been released yet, but opportunistic sellers on China’s largest e-commerce platform are already accepting pre-orders, complete with mock-up pictures and purported technical specifications.
Japanese electronics brand Sony on Wednesday unveiled two new smartphones which, it said, will cater to users who want to take their entertainment content mobile.
Dubbed the “Liquid Net” approach, the system being peddled by Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) allows for bandwidth capacity to be delivered where it is needed the most, such as during peak times in urban cities when employees go to work.
The City Government of Makati announced on Thursday an ambitious initiative to blanket the entire city with Wi-Fi Internet connection as part of a triumvirate of technology projects aiming to bring better public service to citizens of the country’s financial capital.
In the 21st century anything written down electronically, even in confidence, can be stolen or subpoenaed and come back to haunt the writer – and others – years later.
The online retail giant Amazon is testing a new smartphone and may launch production later this year or early next year, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Most people have been there, trapped in an awkward date that is going nowhere. But relief could be on the way with a new app that provides an incoming rescue call.
Kim Dotcom, the Internet tycoon at the center of a U.S. investigation into online piracy and fraud, said on Wednesday he was willing to go to the United States to clear his name, offering to forego a pending extradition hearing in New Zealand.
Zynga Inc CEO Mark Pincus said Tuesday he remains wary of investing as heavily in mobile games as he has in proven Web-based titles like FarmVille despite an industrywide push toward catering to mobile devices.
Worries about a link between depression and the amount of time spent on Facebook or other social media sites are probably unfounded, a US study said this week.
Following a round of acquisitions padding its enterprise lineup of IT systems, technology company Dell has announced initial steps to unify all of its offerings beginning with a common file system for its storage systems.
For the first time, search giant Google is bringing its massive technology conference to the Philippines with the announcement of g|Philippines, an offshoot of Google Day held before in other countries, slated to be staged from August 3 to 4 in Manila.
A Japanese executive driving his Lamborghini at more than twice the speed limit was nabbed after he posted a video online chronicling his racing exploits, police said Tuesday.