The Clinton campaign is so concerned about potential hacks that even the bathrooms have warnings to protect passwords
Samsung's woes over the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone have moved into the courtroom.
Amazon.com and Facebook join a bidding war for rights to stream Indian Premier League cricket matches.
Netflix surged more than 20 percent after reporting its streaming service signed up 3.57 million subscribers in the third quarter.
YouTube secures deal with actor Dwayne Johnson and director Doug Liman to make shows for its subscription service.
Tokyo University researchers build robot that counteracts overheating by actually sweating.
British mobile phone group Vodafone partners with Iran's HiWeb to help it modernise its mobile network and IT infrastructure.
Federal researchers believe feces from the legions of stray cats roaming Hawaii is spreading a disease that is killing Hawaiian monk seals.
Farmers urgently need help to adapt their methods of growing food if the world is to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
Apple has drastically scaled back its automotive ambitions, leading to hundreds of job cuts and a new direction.
European-Russian spacecraft are on course for Mars on a daring mission to find evidence of life on the Red Planet.
Passengers who try to carry Samsung Note 7 smartphones on flights will have them confiscated and may face fines under an emergency US order .
China is sending two astronauts into orbit to spend a month aboard a space laboratory.
As Samsung works to stop the Note 7 recall from tainting its entire brand, some fans say they are not worried.
Britain's banks are not reporting the full extent of cyber attacks to regulators for fear of punishment or bad publicity.