Amazon announces Indian infrastructure region will open next year.
Two of the vulnerabilities place secure communication at risk and could allow for man-in-the-middle attacks.
Chinese search giant says it is investing 20 billion yuan (US$3.28 billion) over three years to develop online-to-offline services, which include its 2014 acquisition of group-buying site Nuomi.
Life Time Fitness has an interesting arrangement where tech spending is split up between business leaders, finance and IT. We catch up with John Hugo, senior vice president & corporate controller at the company.
Arrests, equipment seizure and searches have taken place across multiple countries to eradicate the cybercrime threat.
China and Korea are hindered by local testing requirements, while Indonesia has no national cybersecurity strategy in place, reveals BSA study.
Braintree head of Asia Tyson Hackwood says merchants are looking at new ways to reduce the friction at the checkout as customers become increasingly more trusting of them.
Worldwide IT spending will drop this year, thanks to a strong dollar, according to analysts. But that isn't bad news for everybody.
Children will be able to lodge complaints to e-Safety Commissioner Alastair MacGibbon from July 1 to seek to have alleged bullying content pulled down from Facebook and Twitter.
Visual Studio 2015 is slated to appear nine days before Microsoft launches Windows 10, the Windows 10 SDK, and the Universal Windows App Development Tools on July 29.