Apple Inc., the maker of the iPhone and iPad, is seeking a patent on a technology that will make it possible to present street-level imaging in a mobile device.
Google Inc., joined by BlackBerry, today urged U.S. regulators to investigate whether some competitors violate antitrust laws by hiring companies to file patent-infringement suits for them.
The biggest cyberattack on South Korean computers in two years used malware code from China, according to an initial investigation that is focusing on possible links to North Korea.
EarthLink Inc., an Internet service provider, canceled plans to seek $450 million of loans to refinance debt, according to a person with knowledge of the transaction who asked not to be identified because the information is private.
EarthLink Inc., the internet service provider, set the rate it will pay on a $300 million term loan B it’s seeking to refinance debt, according to a person with knowledge of the transaction.
AOL Inc., the Web publisher that owns the Huffington Post and TechCrunch, climbed the most in three months in New York trading after posting its first sales gain in eight years.
U.K. stocks advanced, with the FTSE 100 Index posting a fifth straight weekly gain, as data showed hiring and manufacturing expanded in the U.S. in January.
BT Group Plc’s third-quarter profit before some items exceeded analysts’ estimates as the U.K’s largest Internet service provider won more users for its television and high-speed broadband service.
EAccess Ltd., a Japanese provider of broadband Internet service, was poised to gain in Tokyo trading after saying it will buy back as much as 1.4 percent of outstanding shares.
At an army base outside Tel Aviv, soldiers sit in front of screens glued to scrolling colored computer code, keyboards at the ready to deflect attacks.