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C-level executives under cyber attack

High-level business decision-makers across the globe are12 times more likely to be the target of social-engineering attacks, states Verizon.

5:40
Apr 30, 2018

T-Mobile, Sprint pin hopes on $26bn deal

The firms say the merger will create jobs and give the US an advantage over China in creating 5G wireless technology.

3:10
Nov 9, 2017

Former Yahoo CEO apologises for data breaches

Marissa Mayer apologises for two massive data breaches at the Internet company, blaming Russian agents for one of them.

3:50
Oct 17, 2017

US Supreme Court to decide on MS e-mail privacy dispute

Prosecutors say a ruling in favour of Microsoft could undermine a range of criminal investigations.

3:50
Oct 4, 2017

All 3bn Yahoo accounts hacked in 2013 breach

Yahoo discloses that all of its accounts were hacked in a 2013 data beach, tripling its earlier estimate of the size of the largest breach in history.

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Tech firms urge US to boost cellphone privacy

Apple, Facebook, Google and others call on the US Supreme Court to make it harder for government to access cellphone data.

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Jun 21, 2017

Trump to meet with top execs on wireless tech, drones

US president Donald Trump will tomorrow discuss advanced wireless technologies and drones with top IT executives.

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Verizon beats AT&T to buy Straight Path

Verizon Communications doubled its rival's initial offer for the wireless spectrum holder.

2:10
Apr 25, 2017

T-Mobile open to merger talks

The firm says it is open to merger talks after a federal ban which barred merger talks among telcos expires this week.

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Apr 19, 2017

Yahoo's first-quarter revenue jumps 22%

The Internet firm reports an increase in quarterly revenue, pushed by revenue from its mobile, video and social advertising units.

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Verizon hires ex-Ericsson CEO

Former Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg joins Verizon to lead a team building out its fibre network infrastructures amid growing competition.

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Apr 3, 2017

Major US ISPs will not sell clients' information

US ISPs say they will not sell Internet browsing information, days after Congress approved legislation reversing Internet privacy rules.

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