Finnish network equipment maker Nokia has said that it was not in talks to buy U.S. network gear maker Juniper Networks despite earlier reports to the contrary.
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IOTA, an open-source blockchain network, has teamed up with some of the biggest global corporate names led by Cisco Systems Inc, Volkswagen AG, and Samsung Group to launch what is aimed to be a secure marketplace for data, IOTA co-founder David Sønstebø has revealed
Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab has never been asked by Russian intelligence services to spy on targets in the West and the company's founder and the chief executive said he would move his company out of the country if he ever faced such a demand.
AirBnb, Reddit, Shutterstock, Inc, Tumblr, Etsy, Twitter and a long list of small internet companies have urged the US Federal Communications Commission to scrap a plan to roll back net neutrality rules.
A Canadian accused by the United States of helping Russian intelligence agents break into email accounts as part of a massive 2014 breach of Yahoo accounts is expected to plead guilty next week, according to court records
German business software giant SAP which last month said its South African sales commissions were being probed by U.S. regulators, has launched an investigation into its business practices in the Gulf region.
Governments around the globe launched investigations into Uber after the company disclosed it had covered up a breach that exposed data on millions of customers and drivers, the latest scandal to rock the ride-hailing firm.
Chipmaker Broadcom is considering raising its offer to buy rival Qualcomm by offering more of its own stock, following consultation with several of Qualcomm's top shareholders, according to people familiar with the matter.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has revealed Meg Whitman is stepping down as chief executive officer after six years at the helm during which she steered the company through the biggest breakup in corporate history.
Apple has confirmed it has removed several apps including Skype from its app store in China after the country's government pointed to violations of local laws.
China's biggest social network and gaming firm Tencent Holdings, which last week reported forecast-beating quarterly results, is close to making Malaysia the first foreign country to roll out its WeChat ecosystem, according to one of its executives.
Chipmaker Marvell Technology has said it will buy smaller rival Cavium for about US$6 billion, as it seeks to expand its wireless connectivity business in a rapidly consolidating semiconductor industry.
European Central Bank governing council member Ewald Nowotny says that legislators and central bankers are discussing whether they should intervene to regulate cryptocurrencies, as China already has done.
Accounting software provider Reckon will sell its accounting practice management software business to MYOB for $180 million in an all-cash deal to pay off debt.
Payments company Square said it has started allowing select customers to buy and sell bitcoins on its Cash app, as it looks to tap into a craze that has sent the cryptocurrency up nearly sevenfold this year.