5G wireless is a reality, and it's gearing up for broad adoption. So it should come as no surprise that there is now a fund solely dedicated to the red hot technology.
A former CIA case officer was sentenced to 19 years in prison this week for conspiring to provide sensitive US information to the Chinese government.
The Department of Commerce has again extended the temporary general license allowing American companies to sell to Huawei, the embattled Chinese tech company. The existing temporary license was set to expire Monday.
For Rev. Yunus Coldman, an interfaith minister and a New York-based transgender man, the anxiety of going through a TSA checkpoint starts days before he arrives at the airport.
The commander of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces told a senior US diplomat,
Samsung is warning investors that its operating profit likely plunged 56% in the third quarter as the company continues to struggle with sluggish demand for memory chips. But analysts are predicting a turnaround for the compa
Vodafone is testing technology in Europe that could break the stranglehold on telecom equipment enjoyed by Ericsson, Nokia and Huawei.
The giant elephant in the room at Apple's iPhone launch event on Tuesday starts with a 5 and ends with a G.
At the country's biggest election security bonanza, the US government is happy to let hackers try to break into its equipment. The private companies that make the machines America votes on, not so much.
Japan has approved the first exports of sensitive materials to South Korea since a trade dispute began last month, but at the same time warned that it could expand curbs on dealings with its neighbor.
Japan dropped South Korea as a preferred trading partner on Friday, escalating a dispute that threatens the global supply chain for smartphones and electronic devices.
Apple just bought the bulk of Intel's smartphone-modem business in a deal valued at $1 billion.
Intel's stock rose more than 1% in after-hours trading Monday amid reports that Apple is in talks to buy its smartphone-modem chip business.
This week Elon Musk unveiled his most sci-fi project thus far: a computer chip connected to exceptionally slender wires with electrodes on them, all of which is meant to be embedded in a person's brain by a surgical robot. The implant would connect wirelessly to a small behind-the-ear receiver that could communicate with a computer.
A man was arrested in Florida after sheriff's deputies say he tried to steal a car from an elderly man in Orlando.
South Korea has warned that an escalating trade dispute with Japan could hurt the global tech industry.
Samsung is warning investors that its second quarter profit likely plunged 56%, as the company continued to struggle with sluggish demand for memory chips and smartphones.
Six weeks after Huawei was blacklisted by the US government, President Donald Trump had what the Chinese telecom firm described as a
Huawei is a major, multinational company that does business with some of the most important technology and telecom businesses in the world. It's also a central player in the push for 5G, the next generation of wireless networking.
A new flaw has been discovered in the computer system for the Boeing 737 Max that could push the plane downward, according to two sources familiar with the testing, an issue that is expected to further delay the aircraft's return to service.
Raspberry Pi is a credit card-sized desktop computer that has won over millions of hobbyists. It just got a big upgrade: The first major new edition of Raspberry Pi since February 2016 launches Monday, promising faster speeds and support for more modern devices.
Chipmaker Broadcom is hurting as the United States' crackdown on Huawei continues to reverberate and the global economy slows.
The most important technology company most people have never heard of just got a disastrous court ruling that could upend the way the smartphone industry does business.
Cray has been synonymous with supercomputing for nearly half a century. Now the legendary tech company is joining the business that pioneered Silicon Valley: HP Enterprise.