- Phone hacker: Queen annoyed by nut-eating police Updated: Dec-12-13 11:41 am
- Indian court allows Nokia to sell frozen assets Updated: Dec-12-13 10:50 am
- SKorea court: Apple didn't violate Samsung patents Updated: Dec-12-13 1:11 am
- Pa. man sentenced in computer hacking case Updated: Dec-11-13 6:23 pm
- 13 plead guilty to attacking Paypal servers Updated: Dec-10-13 3:43 pm
- Tech firms vie to protect personal data, profits Updated: Dec-10-13 3:11 am
- Hood: Google still not effectively fighting crime Updated: Dec-09-13 4:22 pm
- Internet giants weigh in on defamation lawsuit Updated: Dec-08-13 3:56 pm
- Calif. health exchange shares data without consent Updated: Dec-07-13 7:17 pm
- NSA defends global cellphone tracking as legal Updated: Dec-06-13 5:55 pm
- Court case could mean 'death' of software patents Updated: Dec-06-13 2:55 pm
- Cell phone ban in construction zones sought Updated: Dec-06-13 2:17 pm
- Tech gurus help boost speedy Internet in schools Updated: Dec-04-13 7:41 pm
- Tech Tips: Guide to protecting Internet accounts Updated: Dec-04-13 6:16 pm
- Woman fights ticket for driving with Google Glass Updated: Dec-03-13 6:26 pm
- Cyberattack stopped; grocery shoppers cautioned Updated: Dec-03-13 11:49 am
- Spain to restrict cellphone use for train drivers Updated: Dec-03-13 7:59 am
- Amazon's delivery drones: An idea that may not fly Updated: Dec-03-13 12:09 am
- Supreme Court won't stop NY's Internet taxation Updated: Dec-02-13 5:19 pm
- Wisconsin trucker sentenced in Koch cyberattack Updated: Dec-02-13 3:40 pm
- Police charge 3 men after alleged hacking at FA Updated: Nov-29-13 5:15 am
- Watchdog: Google breaching Dutch privacy law Updated: Nov-28-13 3:28 pm
- UGA to erase Social Security data in some records Updated: Nov-27-13 7:31 pm
- Ohio attorney general sues over text messages Updated: Nov-26-13 5:40 pm
- UN advances Internet privacy resolution Updated: Nov-26-13 4:27 pm
LONDON - A private investigator convicted of eavesdropping on the voice mails of royal staff told a tabloid editor that Queen Elizabeth II was annoyed because police officers ate the nuts laid out for Buckingham Palace guests.
MUMBAI, India - An Indian court ruled Thursday that Nokia Corp. may transfer a factory seized by tax authorities to Microsoft as part of the Finnish communications giant's 5.4 billion euro ($7.2 billion) sale of its devices and services unit.
SEOUL, South Korea - A Seoul court rejected Samsung's claim that iPhone and iPad models violated three of its patents, another setback for the South Korean electronics giant in a global battle with Apple over rights to technologies that power smartphones and tablets.
BOSTON - A Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for breaking into computer networks and conspiring to sell access to them.
SAN FRANCISCO - Thirteen people have pleaded guilty to helping briefly disable online payment service provider Paypal as part of a protest that authorities say was organized by the hacking group Anonymous.
SAN FRANCISCO - Even as Silicon Valley speaks out against the U.S. government's surveillance methods, technology companies are turning a handsome profit by mining personal data and peering into people's online habits.
JACKSON, Mississippi - Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood is again asking Google to do more to prevent people from using the search engine to find illegal drugs and pirated videos, music and games.
CINCINNATI - From Twitter and Facebook to Amazon and Google, the biggest names of the Internet are blasting a federal judge's decision allowing an Arizona-based gossip website to be sued for defamation by a former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader convicted of having sex with a teenager.
LOS ANGELES - The California health exchange says it's been giving the names of tens of thousands of consumers to insurance agents without their permission or knowledge in an effort to hit deadlines for coverage.
WASHINGTON - The National Security Agency on Friday said its tracking of cellphones overseas is legally authorized under a sweeping U.S. presidential order. The distinction means the extraordinary surveillance program is not overseen by a secretive U.S. intelligence court but is regulated by some U.S. lawmakers, Obama administration insiders and inspectors general.
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court decided Friday to hear an appeal of a lower court decision that a federal judge called the "death" of software patents.
MADISON, Wisconsin - Drivers would be barred from talking on their cellphones while in a construction zone under a bill being circulated in the Wisconsin state Legislature.
ARLINGTON, Virginia - Needed to keep a school building running these days: Water, electricity - and broadband.
NEW YORK - Security experts say passwords for more than 2 million Facebook, Google and other accounts have been compromised and circulated online, just the latest example of breaches involving leading Internet companies.
LOS ANGELES - A California woman pleaded not guilty Tuesday to what is believed to be the first traffic citation alleging a motorist was using Google's computer-in-an-eyeglass.
SPOKANE, Washington - A cyberattack targeting credit and debit card users at grocery stores in parts of Washington, Oregon, Montana and Idaho has been blocked, according to URM Stores Inc.
MADRID - Spain will ban cellphone use by train drivers except in cases of emergency after a train crash that killed 79 people.
NEW YORK - Jeff Bezos' idea to let self-guided drones deliver packages may be too futuristic for Washington to handle.
WASHINGTON - On perhaps the busiest online shopping day of the year, the Supreme Court refused to wade into a dispute over state sales taxes for purchases on websites like Amazon.com, an outcome likely to prompt more states to attempt to collect taxes on Internet sales.
WICHITA, Kansas - A Wisconsin truck driver who joined a cyberattack on Wichita-based Koch Industries was sentenced Monday to two years' probation and ordered to pay $183,000 in restitution for the onslaught that briefly took the company's website offline.
LONDON - Manchester police say three men, including a senior referee, have been charged following allegations of computer hacking and sharing private information at the English Football Association.
ATHENS, Georgia - The University of Georgia is looking to erase Social Security numbers from millions of computer records in a move aimed at protecting the personal information of employees.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Ohio Attorney General's office is suing a man accused of texting thousands of unwanted sales messages to people, including many on the National Do Not Call registry.
UNITED NATIONS - The U.N. General Assembly's human rights committee on Tuesday unanimously adopted a resolution sponsored by Brazil and Germany to protect the right to privacy against unlawful surveillance, following months of reports about U.S. eavesdropping abroad.