Embattled financial technology businesses in China, which have come under tightened regulatory scrutiny, are becoming acquisition targets by mainland banks accelerating their digitalisation drive, according to global management consultancy McKinsey.
Krebs on Security blog claims that the FBI has received an “unspecified report” that cybercriminals are preparing to carry out a large-scale global attack on ATMs in the coming days.
As radio fades in the new world of digital media, podcasting has become hot.
Los Angeles’ subway will become the first mass transit system in the U.S. to install body scanners that screen passengers for weapons and explosives, officials said.
The latest efforts to disrupt the US midterm elections through Facebook manipulation seem to be following a persuasion playbook refined by legitimate companies and organisations – but with a twist.
Want the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 but already have a rather new smartphone? Samsung Malaysia Electronics has a trade-in offer, with rebates up to RM3,200.
Tech companies could face fines of up to AUD$10mil (RM29.6mil) if they fail to hand over customer information or data to Australian police under tough cyber laws unveiled yesterday.
Lam joins high-level body mapping out strategies for greater economic integration to drive national development.
Sprint Corp said it has partnered with phone manufacturer LG Electronics Inc to launch a 5G smartphone in the first half of next year, marking the first 5G device deal for the US wireless carrier.
A group of founders, executives and early employees of Tinder sued IAC/InterActiveCorp, claiming the parent company deliberately undervalued the dating app to avoid paying them billions of dollars and deprived some employees of stock options.