Heartbleed is still a very real issue for IT admins, but it’s far from the only issue. The latest woe comes in the form of a malicious Android app called iBanking that can spy on your communications. Microprocessor giant Intel's earnings fell in the first three months of the year amid a continued slump in the PC market, but revenue grew slightly because of solid demand for tablet processors. The Mt. Gox bitcoin exchange in Tokyo, a trading platform and storehouse for the bitcoin virtual currency, is headed for liquidation after a court rejected its bankruptcy protection application. Yahoo is still prospering from its lucrative investments in Asia while the Internet company's listless advertising sales are finally picking up, if ever so slightly, under CEO Marissa Mayer. Well-paid tech experts from Samsung gave a jury a heavy dose of software anatomy to contradict Apple's testimony that Samsung smartphones and tablets violate key patents in iPhones and iPads.
Google's Street View Software Unravels CAPTCHAs The latest software Google uses for its Street View cars to read street numbers in images for Google Maps works so well that it also solves CAPTCHAs, those puzzles designed to defeat bots.
Canadian Teen Arrested for Heartbleed Hack One week after the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability was unveiled, Canadian authorities have made the first arrest -- a London, Ontario teenager -- connected to exploiting the security hole.
Continued Drop in Global PC Shipments Slows Worldwide shipments of PCs fell during the first three months of the year, but the global slump in PC demand may be easing, with a considerable slowdown from last year's drops.
Amazon 3D Smartphone Pics Leaked E-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly set to launch a smartphone after years of development. Photos of the phone, which may feature a unique 3D interface, were leaked by tech pub BGR.
Zebra Tech Buys Motorola Enterprise for $3.45B Weeks after Lenovo bought Motorola Mobility’s assets from Google for $2.91 billion, Zebra Technologies is throwing down $3.45 billion for Motorola’s Enterprise business in an all-cash deal.