By selling Veritas, Symantec will be able to focus its attention on its core security software business.
The American Hospital Association remains concerned that new Federal Communications Commission rules will cause unlicensed devices to interfere with critical patient monitoring devices, jeopardizing patient care.
Verizon, DreamFactory feature a cloud-based platform that makes it easier for enterprise application developers focused on the Web, mobile and the Internet of Things (IoT) to prototype, test, deploy and scale applications.
HTC is realigning its business operations and cutting 15% of its workforce.
Samsung prepares to debut Samsung Pay to consumers next month in the United States.
One hundred percent of tested smart watches contain significant vulnerabilities, including insufficient authentication, lack of encryption and privacy concerns.
IBM's MaaS360 platform is now a FedRAMP-compliant cloud service authorized for use across all federal agencies.
Macy’s will expand its same-day delivery services to online and mobile shoppers in 17 markets this month.
Rite Aid will begin accepting mobile payments chainwide beginning Saturday, August 15.
BlackBerry is the newest member of the National Cyber Security Alliance.