The Obama administration has decided to maintain the close relationship between the National Security Agency and the Pentagon's Cyber Command by keeping the current arrangement under which the NSA director also leads the military command, the White House said Friday.
Microsoft confirmed that it plans to hold its next major Build developer conference April 2-4 at Moscone Center in San Francisco, the same spot that it held the event last year. "As always, Build is a time to bring developers together to talk about our latest products, platform advances, tools and o
Huawei EVP Colin Giles says the company doesn't have an Apple- or Samsung-level marketing budget, but needs to somehow build its brand in order to compete beyond the entry-level phone market.
Questions/responses for journalists linking to the Pando post - and other matters
The other day I referred to those who "evince zero interest in the substance of the revelations about NSA and GCHQ spying which we're reporting on around the world", but "are instead obsessed with spending their time personally attacking the journalists, whistleblowers and other messengers who enabl
(updated below - Sat.)The Wall Street Journal's Toronto-based reporter, Alistair MacDonald, last night published what can only be described as an outright lie. Here's what he claimed:. @CBC admits it paid taxpayer's money to @ggreenwald for access to Snowden's documents but won't say how much. #NSA
The Qualcomm veteran will become president and CEO on March 4, 2014, with Jacobs staying on with the company as its executive chairman.
Apple supplier Foxconn still struggles to limit working hours, labor group says
Foxconn Technology Group has come up short in trying to limit the overtime hours of its workers in China but still made progress in improving the working conditions at three of its factories that make products for Apple, a labor group said Thursday.
Microsoft has joined the FIDO Alliance, an industry group attempting to craft industry standards that reduce reliance on passwords, long regarded as a weak point in Web security. Launched in July 2012, FIDO, which stands for Fast IDentity Online, is hoping its specifications for security devices and
Cisco Systems forecast slower long-term revenue growth Thursday, citing conservative spending by its customers and uncertainty about the economy in some parts of the world. The company predicted overall revenue growth between 3 and 6 percent, stepping back from a long-term forecast of 5 to 7 percent