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If takeover plans by SoftBank and Sprint are finalized, then SoftBank will give the U.S. government influence due to security concerns.
In response to U.S. Congressman allegations, European member state Ireland says it will not bow down and become America's "whipping boy."
Would retaliatory attacks make hackers think twice?
Apple is under scrutiny in the U.S., and Google is facing the same treatment in the United Kingdom over tax avoidance.
A new report claims that a number of U.S.-based utilities are fending off cyberattacks on a daily basis.
Whether the US or China started the online fight, both sides are rallying forces, and with the right spark, it could end with catastrophic consequences.
Apple says it has a "what you see is what you get" approach to its taxes, but Congress disagrees, believing it sought the "holy grail of tax avoidance." Apple's Tim Cook testified.
Amazon Web Services has been recognized as suitable to run government applications.
An attack which took place against Google exposed sensitive data concerning U.S. surveillance targets.
Apple is not only innovative when it boils down to products it seems.
Ahead of a Senate hearing on Tuesday, the Cupertino, Calif.-based technology giant lays out its testimony. Here's what Apple is trumpeting, by the numbers.
Now that the U.S. government and military have approved iPhones and iPads for secure use, the U.S. Air Force plans on spending a little to save a lot in the long-run.
It seems ironic, but the National Security Agency is caught by surprise by a new tax that impacts its new datacenter.
A service which boots websites offline for payment is legitimate, says the owner. But why a backdoor monitored by the FBI?
The Pentagon has cleared iPhones and iPads running iOS 6 for use in the U.S. military, just over a week after the U.S. government cleared the software for federal use.