Over 150,000 customers will receive compensation after being denied warranty for the iPhone and iPod touch.
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McAfee's chip-to-application security suite dives into the hardware and mobile operating systems while cutting back on traditional antivirus scanning methods.
NetSuite will raise $270 million and could fund "possible acquisitions of, or investments in, complementary businesses, products, services, technologies and capital expenditures."
Tech nerds might surpass this average by a long shot, but a new survey reveals that Americans spend nearly one hour a day dedicated to their smartphones.
A new report shines a light on a long-standing Silicon Valley rivalry.
Adobe is clear cut in describing its latest purchase as an "acqui-hire" with new leadership being brought onboard for the Creative Cloud.
The hard drives are designed specifically for scale-out datacenter deployments.
In 10 locations across the globe.
They're tech-savvy, terrible team players, lazy and entirely disloyal to employers. Right?
Windows 8.1 may be the fastest refresh from Microsoft ever. What's unclear is whether an OS refresh and Intel's latest can save the day.