WASHINGTON - Tens of millions of US computers are loaded with scam security software that their owners may have paid for but which only makes the machines more vulnerable, according to a new Symantec report on cybercrime.
SAN FRANCISCO - Google Inc said more than 2 million businesses now use its online office software, and the Web search leader is going global on Monday with an advertising campaign to lure customers away from Microsoft Corp and IBM products.
SEOUL - Micro-blogging pioneer Twitter is still looking for ways to make money despite taking much of the world by storm, co-founder Biz Stone said Wednesday.
TOKYO - Move over hybrids -- the biggest buzz at this year's Tokyo Motor Show looks set to come from electric cars as the dream of affordable zero-emission vehicles moves closer to reality.
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple said Friday that it is allowing businesses to sell content or services through applications given away for free at the iPhone maker's online App Store.
LAS VEGAS, Nevada - For years, the stereotypical blogger was a geek yammering on about the latest technoglogy or a celebrity-obsessed scribe dishing about Paris, Lindsay and Madonna.
TAIPEI - Taiwan on Thursday issued a blanket ban on Internet games in government offices, following reports of civil servants immersing themselves in a Facebook game in office hours.
SAN FRANCISCO - Microsoft releases Windows 7 to the world on Thursday as the US software giant tries to regain its stride after an embarrassing stumble with the previous generation operating system Vista.
WASHINGTON - Meghan McCain, one of the daughters of former Republican presidential candidate John McCain, has apologized for using Twitter to post a picture in which she displayed an ample amount of cleavage.
MANILA - While some politicians are now using the power of the Internet to reach out to the public, others are using the popular online video sharing website YouTube to launch demolition jobs against the country’s top presidential bets.