Prosecutors said the two men were members of an international cybercrime ring
Guitar Hero and Rock Band creator Harmonix mines Disney’s symphonic movie to make Kinect fun for something other than dancing games
Guy Laurence gets aggressive, denounces analysts and attributes 28-per-cent profit drop to ‘little vibrations’
World’s largest software company takes $1.1-billion charge related to mass layoffs
Retail projects net sales of between $27.3-billion and $30.3-billion for the holiday quarter
Company’s third-quarter profit drops 28 per cent, revenue rises slightly
To help offset slower growth and increased competition in wireless, AT&T is pushing into new areas like home security and mobile Internet service for cars
Results are the strongest first-quarter performance in the company’s history and were reached despite a tougher economy
Microblogging company announced a set of developer tools that focus on everything from bug reports to user sign-in methods
If a teacher’s decades-old erotic films can resurface online, what rights should we have to digital privacy?
The case of Jacqueline Laurent-Auger, a 73-year-old drama teacher who lost her job after films in which she appeared nude more than 40 years ago were rooted out on the Internet by high school students, is another stark reminder of how one’s distant past can be dredged up and disseminated online, with unsettling consequences
One the technology industry’s biggest earners thanks to certain one-time stock awards
A photo-hosting service is poised to disappear down the memory hole, taking with it a piece of our Internet culture
Is a facelift enough of a reason to buy the new Apple iPad Air 2 or Apple iPad Mini 3?
Sapphire glass maker cites strict confidentiality requirements in Apple contracts with fines of $50-million (U.S.) for violations
Company tops estimates, contemplates deals for several startups after Alibaba windfall
Online music services may not save the industry, but they’ve levelled the music-listening playing field
Chinese web monitoring group claims tech giant's storage service attack in attempt to steal users' credentials
if you’re going to re-route all of your Internet traffic through the servers of another company, they better be one you can trust
Staples Inc. has contacted law enforcement about the matter, making it the latest U.S. retailer to become a possible victim of a cyberattack
The country’s tech community must do a better job of highlighting its accomplishments for our political leaders, which is why North of 41, a grass roots tech entrepreneur based group, is organizing Tech Day on Parliament Hill. The event takes place on Oct. 21 during Small Business Week. The purpose of Tech Day on the Hill is to bring together Canadian tech entrepreneurs with our country’s elected officials and their staffers.