A new report finds the Internet is still only available to 35% of people in developing countries and the access growth rate is slowing.
The U.S. Department of Justice's new policy restricts federal agents in their use of a surveillance tool that mimics cellphone towers.
Hackers steal Apple account login names and passwords from users of modified iPhones.
'We found that Americans are practically addicted to email,' says Adobe.
The chip maker plans to cut 15% of its workforce, reduce share-based compensation, and add new directors.
The company is boosting production of the S6 Galaxy Edge after reportedly misjudging demand.
But 'smart wearables,' like the Apple Watch, will take the market lead in 2016, says the research firm.
JPMorgan Chase is shutting off voicemail for some employees in its consumer and community banking unit.
With its new OS, Microsoft is aiming to fix some of the issues that discouraged businesses from using Windows 8.
The transaction creates a "diversified leader in wired and wireless communication semiconductors," says Avago's chief executive.