Cisco, CrowdStrike and FireEye think the cyber attack on the Pyeongchang Winter Games was caused by "Olympic Destroyer" malware.
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Thousands of websites were infected for several hours on Sunday with code that causes web browsers to secretly mine digital currencies.
Pyeongchang Winter Olympics organisers have confirmed that the Games had fallen victim to a cyber attack during Friday's opening ceremony.
Qualcomm has rejected Broadcom’s revised US$121 billion buyout offer, but agrees to meet to discuss "serious deficiencies".
Reports suggest that South Korean police suspect Samsung chairman, Lee Kun-hee, of allegedly evading tax for 8.2 billion won.
Amazon.com was on the verge of ending the day with a stock market value higher than Microsoft’s for the first time on Wednesday 7 February.
Akamai's cloud security solutions revenue surged over 32 per cent to US$135.2 million in the fourth quarter, amid global job cuts.
Apple may offer rebates for consumers who paid full price for new iPhone batteries amid performance issues.
Bitcoin recovered from three-month lows below US$6,000 in choppy trading on Tuesday, but worries lingered about a global regulatory clampdown.
Chipmaker sweetens bid to buy Qualcomm by ratcheting up pressure on rival to come to the table for negotiations in its "best and final offer".
Jay Y. Lee left a South Korean jail a free man on Monday after a panel of judges suspended his sentence in a surprise decision.
Apple and Cisco have teamed up with insurer Allianz SE to offer discounts on cyber insurance to businesses that use equipment from both vendors.
Amazon.com shares have surged to push stock market value above US$700 billion and threatening to eclipse Microsoft, a day after blockbuster results.
Dell Technologies has confirmed mounting speculation that the business is considering a public offering of common stock or a combination with VMware.
Sources indicate Dell Technologies and VMware have decided to explore options that could include a potential merger of the two companies.