An Australian Federal Court judge ordered Apple to pay a fine and court costs to settle a lawsuit accusing the company of falsely marketing the 4G capabilities of its latest iPad.
Apple has agreed to pay a 2.25 million Australian dollar (2.21 million U.S. dollar) penalty for allegedly misleading consumers by promoting the 4G capabilities of its latest iPad despite its incompatibility with Australia's only 4G network.
Yahoo is rolling out the DMARC system this week, which helps email providers eliminate bogus messages
Google has acquired Meebo, a company that makes a toolbar that aggregates content from websites as well as displaying advertisements.
Twitter is contesting a court order requiring it to turn over private data on a user charged with disorderly conduct during the Occupy Wall Street protests.
Skype said Tuesday that it is investigating a new tool that collects a person's last known IP address, a potential privacy-compromising issue.
Symantec said on Tuesday the Flashback malware that attacked Apple Mac computers could have netted its authors up to $10,000 a day.
IT engineers are studying what may be an easier way to fix a long-existing weakness in the Internet's routing system.
Apple on Wednesday contested claims from Greenpeace that its North Carolina data center will be mostly coal powered.
Privacy activists are alleging Facebook hasn't met a deadline set by the Irish Data Protection Commissioner to make changes to its privacy controls.
Apple will offer refunds to people who bought its latest iPad following a claim by Australia's competition regulator that it ran misleading advertisements regarding the tablet's 4G support--which doesn't work with Australia's carriers.
Hackers claimed to have figured out a way to bypass Apple's technical restrictions and install unauthorized applications on the company's latest iPad after its Friday release.
China will surpass the U.S. in smartphone shipments this year, a title which the U.S. is never expected to regain, according to market figures released on Thursday by IDC.
Spammers are abusing a Dropbox feature that lets users share a shortened link, directing people to websites selling questionable pharmaceuticals, Symantec says.
A new variant of the password-stealing Flashback malware aimed at Apple computers has emerged, which tries to install itself after a user visits an infected itself after a user visits an infected website.