Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says that his company made mistakes in how it handled data belonging to 50 million of its users and promised tougher steps to restrict developers' access to such information.
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Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab plans to open a data center in Switzerland to address Western government concerns that Russia exploits its anti-virus software to spy on customers, according to internal documents.
Orbitz, a subsidiary of online travel agency Expedia, has revealed hackers may have accessed personal information from about 880,000 payment cards.
Salesforce.com is in advanced discussions to acquire U.S. software maker MuleSoft, people familiar with the matter claim, as it looks to expand its offerings beyond customer relationship management software.
The suspended chief executive of Cambridge Analytica said in a secretly recorded video broadcast on Tuesday that his UK-based political consultancy's online campaign played a decisive role in U.S. President Donald Trump's 2016 election victory.
Chipmaker AMD says it plans to release patches to fix some of the flaws in its microprocessors detailed by CTS Labs last week.
An Uber self-driving car has hit and killed a woman crossing the street in Arizona, marking the first fatality caused by an autonomous vehicle and a potential blow to the technology expected to transform transportation.
Some 110 countries have agreed to work towards forming an international consensus by 2020 on how to tax digital businesses across borders, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development has announced.
Facebook faces new calls for regulation from within U.S. Congress and was hit with questions about personal data safeguards after reports a political consultant gained inappropriate access to 50 million users' data starting in 2014.
Facebook will roll out the stripped down version of its social media platform, Facebook Lite, to more countries including developed ones, to attract users struggling with slower mobile data connections.
Singapore-based Broadcom has withdrawn its US$117 billion bid to acquire Qualcomm, two days after U.S. President Donald Trump blocked the attempt citing national security concerns.
Alphabet's Google has announced it will ban advertisements for cryptocurrencies and related content starting in June.
An Israeli cyber security research firm with six employees says it has found security flaws in AMD microprocessors.
U.S. President Donald Trump has issued an order prohibiting semiconductor maker Broadcomd's proposed takeover of Qualcomm on grounds of national security, bringing an end to what would have been the technology industry's biggest deal ever.
The U.S. Treasury Department told Singapore-based Broadcom it confirmed some of its national security concerns about the chipmaker's unsolicited bid to buy rival Qualcomm, in an apparent attempt to block any deal before it is signed.