Microsoft’s database for tracking bugs in its software was broken into by a highly sophisticated hacking group, according to five former employees.
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The decision will determine whether US government officials can access data from Microsoft's servers in other regions.
Adobe has warned that hackers are exploiting vulnerabilities in its Flash multimedia software platform in web browsers.
Qualcomm confirms reports it has filed lawsuits in China aimed at halting the manufacture and sale of Apple iPhones in the country.
Samsung's CEO has decided to step down, as the company forecast record third-quarter profits on the back of soaring memory chip prices.
The heir to South Korea's Samsung Group begins the appeal of his five-year jail term for corruption.
Alibaba Group is launching a US$15 billion drive to build overseas research hubs.
Israeli intelligence officials spying on Russian government hackers found they were using Kaspersky Lab antivirus software, media reports have claimed.
Samsung Electronics is expected to forecast a record third-quarter profit on Friday thanks to the strong market for memory chips.
Deloitte has disputed reports that a hack which was revealed in September compromised information of some 350 of its clients.
Symantec is no longer allowing governments to review the source code of its software over fears it might compromise the security of its products.
China has said it has approved HP Inc's US$1.1 billion purchase of Samsung Electronics' printer business.
Bain Capital, has said it aims to list Toshiba Corp's chip unit on the Tokyo Stock Exchange within three years.
The EU is taking Ireland to court for failing to recover up to US$15.3 billion of tax due from Apple.
Slack Technologies has secured a partnership with Oracle to integrate the tech giant's enterprise software products into its messaging app.