Modern technology has presented us with something of a Faustian bargain when it comes to our privacy, but Apple thinks we should have another option.
DuPont is opening its Association of Southeast Asian Nations headquarters in Singapore.
A new report says that the European Union's borderless single market is expanding only sluggishly into cyberspace, amid consumer concerns about security and whether it's possible to return unwanted purchases.
A Microsoft executive told the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday that "there is no silver bullet that will stop terrorist use of the Internet."
IBM on Wednesday opened its quantum computer processor to anyone who wants to try what is expected to be a new kind of computing with enormously improved power and speed.
Apple confirmed Tuesday that it has hired robotics star and Google X lab co-founder Yoky Matsuoka to work on health projects.
Mobile phone roaming fees in the EU will fall sharply on Saturday, the last step before they are abolished completely for Europeans next year.
The latest EU antitrust complaint against Google underscores a sharp contrast from the approach taken by the United States, which has largely taken a hands-off approach on emerging technologies.
A 14-year-old Florida girl's science project caught the eye of President Obama during the White House Science Fair.
Facebook users will soon be able to buy tickets directly as the social networking giant expands further into e-commerce, company officials said.