Thanks to ever-improving technology for intercepting phone calls and text messages, it’s getting easier for U.S. companies’ competitors, both foreign and domestic, to engage in corporate espionage through remote wiretapping. Such activity, which has been widespread in India for years, could be thwarted if U.S. wireless carriers would upgrade their network infrastructure and encryption practices.
When gamers around the world boot up their Xbox One consoles to play "Call of Duty: Ghosts" for the first time today, the system will do a careful hand-off behind the scenes that involves three separate operating systems developed by Microsoft.
Draper Fisher Jurvetson-backed Bharat Light & Power Pvt. and International Business Machines Corp. are combining efforts to boost the electricity output of wind farms in India, seeking to expand capacity fivefold.
Microsoft Corp. and its Skype unit were cleared of privacy violations related to the U.S. spying scandal by a Luxembourg regulator that said the companies didn’t provide widespread data access to the U.S. National Security Agency.