Monthly Archive:: August 2015

Charges Expected Tuesday in Hacking and Insider Trading Cases

Federal authorities in Brooklyn and Newark are planning to announce indictments Tuesday in a rare case tying together hacking and stock market trades. The Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Bureau of Investigation and Secret Service have all

40 Million Online Shoppers in India by 2016, Says Study

Online shoppers are expected to increase from 20 million in 2013 to 40 million in 2016, as an additional 200 million Indians will access the Internet in the next three years, with majority of them coming online

Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and Yahoo Join Effort to Curb Child Sex Abuse

Major US Internet firms have joined an effort to curb the spread of images of sex abuse of children, organisers said Monday. The Internet Watch Foundation said Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo had agreed to adopt

The rise and rise of Google’s new CEO Sundar Pichai

Many of the people who use Google’s ubiquitous Chrome browser and Android mobile software may have never heard of Sundar Pichai, named the new CEO of the search giant. He is a decidedly low-profile man with a