AT&T Enterprise Customers Hit by Data-Stealing Malware

AT&T customers are being hit with a malware attack that uses a network edge device to steal data.

Google Working to Bring Android Closer to Linux Kernel

Google is working to bring Android closer to the Linux kernel in a move that could significantly speed up development time.

TSMC Will Be Carbon Neutral By 2050

TSMC has announced it plans to be carbon neutral by 2050, a major achievement for the world’s largest chip foundry.

US Officials Warn EU Against Targeting American Companies

US officials are warning the EU not to single out American companies with “protectionist” tech policies.

Android Phones Home 20x More Than iOS

A computer researcher at Trinity College Dublin has released a report showing Android phones home to Google 20x more than iOS does to Apple.

Cryptocurrency Now Collectively Worth Over $1 Trillion

Cryptocurrency has hit a major milestone, with the collective value passing the $1 trillion mark, led largely by Bitcoin’s meteoric rise.

Google Asking For Help With Its Fuchsia OS

Google is opening the door to greater collaboration with the open source community on its latest operating system (OS) endeavorer, Fuchsia.

Comcast Will Raise Internet and TV Prices in January

Comcast is not winning any popularity contests this week as it announces internet and TV price hikes on the heels of expanding data caps.

AT&T Shuttering Its DSL Service

AT&T has announced it is shuttering its DSL service, in a move that may leave hundreds of thousands without reliable internet access.

EU Wants More Concessions From Google Over Fitbit Deal

The EU is asking for more concessions from Google, over concerns its Fitbit deal will give it an unfair advantage over competitors.