Dragonfly is the latest advance in weaponised malware

If researchers' conclusions about Dragonfly prove even partially correct, it confirms the adoption of tactics and techniques by nation states or their proxy groups in the use of weaponised malware.

Amazon employee goes to Google and gets sued right back

Zoltan Szabadi worked at Amazon and then he didn't. Now Amazon wants to sue him for violating the terms of a non-compete agreement in his contract.

Qualcomm and 2015’s Amazing Advancement in Wireless Connectivity

Qualcomm announced they were buying Wilocity today and with them a major position in WiGig which has the potential of massively increasing the bandwidth to the wireless devices that support it.

Be careful what you wish for. ‘Right to forget’ beginning to backfire

Google has begun removing links to stories that people have requested be removed from search results. But the stories are getting more attention than ever before.

Amazon defends policy on in-app purchases made by kids

Amazon has objected to proposed FTC fines and additional record keeping and disclosure requirements related to in-app purchases made by children.

Canadian antispam law goes into effect

A new Canadian antispam law went into effect yesterday causing a storm of last-minute ‘please opt-in’ emails from legitimate companies to flood Canadian inboxes.

Google chimes in with Songza purchase

While not official yet, Google is reportedly going to pay somewhere between $15 and $39 million for Songza, a streaming music service that specializes in customized playlists of recommended songs.

Microsoft boosts security in Outlook and OneDrive

Microsoft is increasing the levels of security in some of their major products, reinforce legal protections and increase transparency.

Twitter adds #Ramadan and #Eid hashtags for Muslim celebration

Thursday June 26 marked the beginning of the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar as Ramadan, the month of fasting and Twitter has added new Arabic language capabilities for hashtags.

The 2014 FIFA World Cup uses more data than 171 Super Bowls

The Brazilian firm responsible for Wi-Fi connections inside stadiums says that the 32TB of data already transmitted makes this sporting event the most connected ever.

Businesses to Box and Dropbox: you give us security headaches

Harris Interactive has a new survey that says a big chunk of the enterprise thinks cloud storage is a big time security threat.

FB@Work: Facebook's answer to LinkedIn

The company won't comment on the rumors but Facebook is apparently looking to waste even more of your time at work.

Google's Android L gets a dev preview on Nexus 5 and 7

The next incarnation of Android is still not stable but brave devs can get to play with irrespective.

Smartphones more important than alcohol or chocolate

A new study from Bank of America reveals that mobile phone users would rather give up alcohol or chocolate than their mobile devices.

Twitter rolls out mobile app install program

Today Twitter announced that it was rolling out its “mobile app installs” program, which lets companies promote their mobile apps in users’ feeds.

Google Wi-Fi snooping could lead to class-action lawsuits

The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected Google’s appeal that it did nothing wrong when it used Street View cars to tap into unsecured Wi-Fi networks.

Silent Circle ships security-conscious Blackphone

New $629 hyper-secure Blackphones were shipped today to people who pre-ordered the Android-based smartphones with beefed up security features.

Facebook toys with people’s emotions

A recent study revealed that people on Facebook exposed to positive news stories tend to write positive things and those fed negative stories tend to write negative things.