Around 200 Adobe Connect customers were charged multiple times after a glitch in the firm's online order processing system. One customer said their bank account "just went to zero."
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Code cannot be stolen under federal law, a court has ruled, in the case of a former Goldman Sachs employee who had his conviction for code theft and espionage overturned.
Google's browser, despite being penalised for 60 days for a recent paid-links scandal, was the world's number one browser -- albeit, for a day over the weekend.
A former Goldman Sachs employee, accused of stealing data used in high-frequency trading, is to walk free after his conviction was overturned by an appeals court.
Microsoft is taking one major UK technology retailer to court for "creating and selling" over 94,000 counterfeit copies of Windows.
A plot to bring down the Royal wedding website during the day's proceedings were met by London's police force. But who could have been behind such an attempt?
comScore figures out today shows that Google has lost out to Yahoo and Microsoft's Bing in marketshare, but is still ahead of the fold.
GlobalSign is to resume issuing SSL-website certificates, after the certificate authority said that hackers had breached one of its web servers.
Over 500 stolen SSL certificates from a Dutch certificate authority also appear to have stung Facebook, Google and Windows Update, as well as MI6 and CIA websites.
Nokia's developer online community has been hacked into and defaced.In a statement on the Nokia community pages, which have since been closed amid the hack, the phone giant warns that members' personal information, including dates of birth and email addresses, may have been stolen.