Stanford University was advising students and other users of its computer system to change their passwords after the school discovered a security breach of its information technology infrastructure.
Google Inc. has invested in a Taiwanese microchip maker that makes chips used in its Google Glass, the eyeglass-enabled devices it was testing that can shoot photos and video and access the Internet.
Lenovo beat out rival Hewlett-Packard to become the No. 1 PC maker by a narrow margin, according to both firms.
The judge at a New York civil anti-trust trial has found that Apple Inc. conspired with publishers to raise electronic book prices.
Mailstrom, a web-based service, allows users to sort and categorize emails in a more timely manner.
Britain’s data regulator has ordered Google to delete personal data scooped up in its Street View project—or face contempt of court.
The findings of a recent study indicate that excessive use of the social networking site Facebook could potentially damage romantic relationships.
TiVo reached a deal to settle patent disputes with Cisco, Motorola and Time Warner Cable.
Roku, the streaming video device maker, has raised $60 million in its sixth round of funding. Media giant Hearst Corp. and an unnamed institutional investor joined News Corp. and its subsidiary British Sky Broadcasting in the round.
A high-tech startup is wading into the gun control debate with a cellphone controller that would allow gun owners to know when their weapon is being moved—and disable it remotely.