Companies across the technology industry — from Internet access providers to social networking sites to video-sharing services — are bracing for this week's release of a draft of a trade agreement that they fear could undermine all sorts of online activities.The agreement, being negotiated by...
Attackers who breached Google systems last year gained access to computer code for the software that authenticates users of Google's email, calendar and other online programs.
Megascreen theater company IMAX Corp. said Tuesday it will expand in Japan — the latest in a series of international deals inked recently amid growing demand for 3-D movies following the success of science fiction blockbuster Avatar.The Canada-based company, along with local partner Tokyu...
A prototype of the next iPhone was found in a bar, and photos of it soon began appearing on technology blogs.
Photos and a video purporting to show a next-generation Apple iPhone are creating a stir in Silicon Valley. Not over the images, but how the device got into the hands of tech bloggers.
Softchoice Corporation (TSX: SO), a leading North American provider of IT solutions and services, is pleased to announce a new green shipping (http://www.softchoice.com/about/sustain-enable/ecotech/purchasi g/) option. Customers now have the ability to ship their orders 'complete' as opposed to...
The system that was struck in a December attack controls millions of users’ access to almost all of Google’s Web services, a person with direct knowledge of an investigation said.
As Kodak struggles to turn itself around, a patent countersuit highlights Kodak's continuing reliance on income tied to its intellectual property.
As Apple reports earnings Tuesday, the focus is turning to what the tech titan can do for an encore.
The company’s performance and outlook suggest that corporations are beginning to open their wallets.
IBM's profit jumped 13% as the tech giant posted higher software, hardware and technology-services revenue, though it booked fewer new consulting contracts than a year ago.
(University of Toronto) Placing internet ads on websites will be easier and more profitable in the future thanks to a new technology developed at the University of Toronto that allows ads to be resized to fit any available website space.
Dr. Don Phillips, Chevron Professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M University, has received the Texas Industrial Engineering LIfetime Achievement Award. Phillips was recognized with the award at a luncheon at Lamar University in late...
Fifty seniors, funded by the Hunter R. Rawlings III Cornell Presidential Research Scholars program, discussed their undergraduate research projects at the annual Senior Expo April 14.