Cybercrime now 'number one' threat: Europol chief
Cybercrime has become as big a threat to Europe's security as terrorism, the head of the continent's policing agency warned Friday.
Microsoft, Yahoo update search agreement
Microsoft and Yahoo have updated their search partnership to allow more flexibility in searches and end Yahoo's exclusive sales force role with advertisers.
Buying a Paris to Berlin ticket: what Google really offers
When typing "airline ticket Paris Berlin" into Google's search engine, users may think they will get a pertinent selection of offers from airline companies, but in reality the results are ranked by Google—something ...
Redirect to SMB vulnerability in Windows discovered
Microsoft starts program to hire workers with autism
US technology giant Microsoft has launched a pilot program to hire autistic workers at its headquarters in Washington state.
Do Not Track will be off default state in IE, Spartan
The iPhone gets Office Lens app, Android in preview
Google launches cheapest Chromebooks yet
Google is unveiling its cheapest Chromebook laptops yet, two versions priced at $149 aimed at undercutting Microsoft's Windows franchise and gaining an even stronger hold in school and overseas markets.
Microsoft makes cheaper version of Surface Pro 3 tablet
Microsoft is making a cheaper version of its Surface Pro 3 tablet computer in an effort to reach students and budget-conscious families.
Google unveils unified email for Android users
Google said Monday it was updating its mobile Gmail app for Android device users to allow them to manage multiple email accounts from a single program.
Microsoft buys Office collaborator app LiveLoop
Microsoft said Friday it has purchased the office mobile app LiveLoop, which allows multiple users to collaborate on PowerPoint presentations simultaneously.
Microsoft says data requests down, reforms needed
Microsoft said Friday the number of global law enforcement requests for user data fell in 2014 as the tech giant renewed its call for surveillance reforms.
Microsoft wants US suppliers to give employees paid time off
Microsoft said Thursday that it will push its U.S. suppliers to give their employees paid time off—but that only applies for the staffers that do work for Microsoft.
Beijing behind Internet security violation: group
China's cyberspace administration is "complicit" in attacks on major Internet companies including Google, an anti-censorship group said Wednesday, calling on firms worldwide to strengthen their defences.