Twitter shares fell almost 7 percent on Monday after the company said it was investigating unusual traffic that might be from state-sponsored hackers and, in what appeared to be an unrelated issue, a security firm said hackers used the platform to try to steal user data.
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Basis, a cryptocurrency project that in April announced it had raised US$133 million from a slew of high profile investors, has announced that it is shutting down and returning the funds to its backers because of regulatory concerns.
Computer hardware maker Super Micro Computer has told customers that an outside investigations firm found no evidence of any malicious hardware in its current or older-model motherboards.
A Canadian court on Tuesday granted bail to a top executive of Huawei Technologies while she awaits an extradition hearing.
Dell Technologies has received shareholder approval to buy back shares tied to its interest in VMware, paving the way a return to the market.
Google will shut down its Google+ social media service in April, four months ahead of schedule, after finding a software flaw for the second time this year that allowed partner apps to access its users' private data.
The daughter of Huawei's founder, a top executive at the Chinese technology giant, was arrested in Canada and faces extradition to the United States, stirring up fears it could reignite a Sino-U.S. trade row and roiling global stock markets.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg questioned the business case for giving millions of outside software developers wide access to customer data before endorsing the practice in 2012, according to internal emails published on Wednesday.
Tesla has opened a tender process to build its Shanghai Gigafactory and at least one contractor has started buying materials, according to sources and documents reviewed by Reuters, the clearest indication that construction is imminent.
Uber Technologies has hired a senior auto safety official involved in the US federal government's handling of self-driving cars for its autonomous vehicle efforts.
Marriott International has revealed hackers accessed up to 500 million customer records in its Starwood Hotels reservation system in an attack that began four years ago, exposing data including passport numbers and payment cards.
Dell has revealed it reset passwords for all accounts on its Dell.com online electronics store on Nov. 14, five days after it discovered and stopped hackers who were attempting to steal customer data.
Amazon has announced a new antenna service for uploading and downloading data from satellites, in a bid to lure the space industry to the cloud.
More than 200 employees comprising engineers, designers and managers at Google published an open letter on Tuesday, demanding that the company end development of a censored search engine for Chinese users, escalating earlier protests against the secretive project.
Papua New Guinea will uphold its agreement with China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd to build its internet infrastructure, a PNG government minister said on Monday, dismissing offers from Western countries to take on the work.