Cellcrypt released a version of its voice encryption software for Apple's iPhone on Tuesday, adding to its portfolio of software to prevent eavesdropping on calls.
Online storage service Dropbox accidentally turned off password authentication for its 25 million users for four hours on Monday.
Eight Skype executives have departed the company following Microsoft's $8.5 billion buyout in May, a Skype spokeswoman confirmed on Monday.
Shazam, the maker of an application that identifies the artist behind a song, said on Wednesday it has added a feature that shows scrolling lyrics as a tune is playing.
Millions of Skype users were having trouble on Tuesday signing into the application, less than two weeks after the company published Windows and Mac software updates to fix a similar problem.
Law enforcement organizations are making tens of thousands of requests for private electronic information from companies such as Sprint, Facebook and AOL, but few detailed statistics are available, according to a privacy researcher.
Traffic destined for Facebook from AT&T's servers took a strange loop though China and South Korea on Tuesday, according to a security researcher.
Google won a civil lawsuit in Germany lodged by a woman who contended its roving camera cars that shoot photographs for Street View violated her privacy.
Google is working to restore offline storage capabilities for its Apps productivity software and should have it done by the end of the year, a senior company official says.
Some iPhone users in the U.S. are complaining their phone's clock did not correctly adjust to the daylight saving time change.
Google's latest update for its Android mobile OS appears to already have been subverted by hackers, according to the security vendor Symantec.
Google will build new safeguards into Android Market, its application store for the Android mobile OS, following an attack that infected thousands of phones and forced the company to wipe the malware remotely from phones.
More than 50 applications containing malware have been discovered in Google's application market for its Android mobile OS.
Google apologized to Gmail users who in some cases have seen their e-mail history deleted, but said that some accounts have already been restored. The problem is affecting less than .08 percent of its user base, according to Google.
Google says its changing its search engine to punish Websites that pilfer content from other places on the Internet or do not offer high-quality information.