The government is preparing to charge the suspect under the Espionage Act.
The next-generation IaaS offering is the key to Oracle's ambitions to take on Amazon Web Services.
Hackers targeted the tech companies as recently as February this year, but Foursquare denied a breach.
Microsoft has refreshed its Microsoft Update Catalog site, where it is making patch rollups for earlier versions of Windows and Windows Server, so it no longer works with Internet Explorer only.
IBM continues to challenge the popular myth is that Macs are more expensive than PCs.
With Appirio, Wipro is aiming to create an IT services giant and revive growth.
Red Hat's infrastructure boss Tim Yeaton outlines why the open source pioneer is well positioned to guide CIOs through an evolving IT landscape.
Verizon CFO Fran Shammo said the sale of the company's data center assets could be announced early in the fourth quarter.
Nexus owners can now install Android 7.1 and try out Google's new long-press to bring up app shortcuts.
The total number of ransomware attacks rose by 13 percent in September alone, say Check Point cybersecurity researchers.
Snowflake, a cloud data warehouse pure play, has decided to slash prices on storage, and make its money on compute resources and management. Will this force Amazon, Microsoft and Google to respond in kind?