Google and Verizon are reportedly in talks over how to manage network traffic, an agreement that could influence U.S. regulators.
Twitter is having trouble with a digital certificate that secures communications to its Web site, which has been causing trouble for third-party applications.
Mozilla has upped the amount it will pay security researchers from $500 to $3,000 for information on vulnerabilities in its products
The twelfth person detained for allegedly spying for Russia worked as an entry-level software tester at Microsoft for nine months, the company confirmed Wednesday.
A lawsuit against Apple and AT&T Mobility now has a define group of plaintiffs following a ruling in U.S. District Court on Thursday.
Google said on Friday it will resume its Street View imaging in four countries following the removal of Wi-Fi collection equipment.
Facebook is investigating an issue where some users do not receive an e-mail notification when someone messages them on the social networking site.
A suspicious application is circulating on Facebook and could be used to spam up to 300,000 users, according to a security analyst.
New research has further confirmed the difficulties security software companies are having keeping up with an explosion in malicious software programs.
A browser extension for Firefox has been combined with a set of privacy applications that give users more control over their personal information.
AT&T issued an apology on Sunday for a hack that exposed thousands of e-mail addresses of iPad customers last week and vowed to work with law enforcement.
Porn surfers are likely to have out-of-date software that can be exploited, making those users an attractive target for cybecriminals, according to a new study.
HP's forthcoming printers costing more than US$99 will let users print remotely using their mobile phones and other wireless devices.
Google rebuffed a request from German data protection officials to hand over data it mistakenly collected as part of its Street View imagery.
Google has released an add-on for Web browsers that blocks information from being sent to its Analytics service.