BEIJING Name a target anywhere in China, an official at a state-owned company boasted recently, and his crack staff will break into that person's computer, download the contents of the hard drive, record the keystrokes and monitor cellphone communications, too.
Online social networking powerhouse Twitter reportedly is doing a major expansion at RagingWire Data Centers' 500,000-square-foot campus in Sacramento.
A shudder went through Wall Street on Friday after the revelation that Bloomberg News reporters had extracted subscribers' private information through the company's ubiquitous data terminals to break news.
The Sacramento region is seeing growth in medical technology companies and jobs, according to a report released today by the Sacramento Area Regional Technology Alliance.
Intel, the world's largest maker of semiconductors, has named a company veteran, Brian Krzanich, as its next chief executive.
M Corp, the Sacramento-based information technology and management consulting firm with a long list of government and commercial clients, has won a nearly $600,000 contract to provide services for the Financial Information System for California project.
When a teenage boy snatched the iPhone out of Rose Cha's hand at a bus stop in the Bronx in March, she reported the theft to her carrier and to the police just as she had done two other times when she was the victim of cellphone theft. Again, the police said they could not help her.