Toshiba claims it hasn't entered into talks to sell its personal computer business, following reports it had spoken with Asus and Lenovo.
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About 15 per cent of US federal agencies have reported some trace of Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab software on their systems.
Amazon.com is selling off the hardware from its public cloud business in China, amid tightening regulation over online data.
Chipmaker making preparations to reject rival Broadcom US$103 billion bid as early as this week, four people familiar with the matter said.
Equifax has warned that its massive data breach has prompted some customers to hold back business during the past quarter.
A simple coding error in at least 685 apps put millions of smartphone users at risk of having some of their calls and text messages intercepted by hackers.
Toshiba has reported a 76 per cent jump in second-quarter operating profit, driven by a strong performance from the memory chip unit it's selling off.
Former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer blames Russian agents for a pair of massive data breaches at the internet company.
An Israeli startup has sued Apple, accusing the iPhone maker of copying its patented smartphone camera technology.
Apple claims that changes made to its corporate structure in 2015 were not designed to reduce taxes.
The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to step back into the years-long feud over patents between the world's top smartphone makers.
Broadcom makes unsolicited US$103 billion bid for Qualcomm, as the chip maker looks to dominate the fast-growing market for semiconductors.
Four Equifax executives who sold shares before the firm disclosed a massive data breach were not aware of the incident when they made the trades.
Broadcom is planning to unveil a bid for smartphone chip supplier Qualcomm
Google's Geoffrey Hinton outlines advance in AI that improves the rate at which computers correctly identify images with reliance on less data.
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