The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to take up Apple's bid to escape a lawsuit accusing it of breaking federal antitrust laws by monopolizing the market for iPhone software applications and causing consumers to pay more than they should.
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Huawei has gone on the offensive against Australian claims it poses a security risk, issuing an open letter to the government saying that view was "ill-informed."
There is evidence that tether, a digital currency pegged to the U.S. dollar, may have been used to manipulate the price of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, according to a research paper released by the University of Texas.
Australia has agreed to fund submarine cable and a cyber security centre for the Solomon Islands, forestalling plans by Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
China’s No. 2 telecommunications equipment maker ZTE has secured a lifeline from the Trump administration after agreeing to pay a US$1 billion fine and overhaul leadership in a deal that will lift a ban on its doing business with U.S. suppliers.
Facebook Inc faced criticism on Wednesday from Republican and Democratic U.S. lawmakers who demanded that the social media company be more forthcoming about data it has shared with four Chinese firms.
The moves announced by Apple amount to focusing on keeping its base of 1.3 billion users satisfied with their devices and catching up with some competitors.
Virtual currency sales ballooned to US$9.1 billion so far this year, exceeding the $6.6 billion total for all of 2017, a financial technology data provider reported on Monday, but it said the monthly trend actually showed a slowdown if the two biggest offerings are excluded.
Japan's Toshiba Corp said on Friday it had completed the US$18 billion (A$23.7) sale of its chip unit to a consortium led by U.S. private equity firm Bain Capital.
Headphone maker Monster Products Inc said it is planning to raise up to US$300 million in an initial coin offering, a fund-raising strategy in which a company creates a token, or digital currency, and sells it to the public.
Mapping startup Mapbox has announced it is teaming up with Microsoft, Intel and Softbank's ARM Holdings chip unit to deepen its push into providing maps for self-driving cars.
A Canadian accused of helping Russian intelligence agents break into email accounts as part of a massive 2014 data breach at Yahoo was sentenced to five years in prison on Tuesday and ordered to pay a US$250,000 fine.
The driver of a Tesla Model S crashed into an unoccupied, parked police vehicle in Laguna Beach, California, on Tuesday and the driver told investigators the Tesla was in "Autopilot" mode at the time, police said.
Bank of Montreal and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce have said that cyber attackers may have stolen the data of nearly 90,000 customers in what appeared to be the first significant assault on financial institutions in the country.
New European privacy regulations went into effect on Friday that will force companies to be more attentive to how they handle customer data.