Anthem Agrees to $115 Million Settlement Over Data Breach
Anthem Inc. has agreed to pay $115 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed after a 2015 cyberattack exposed personal information of more...
Smartphones Open a New World for Medical Researchers
Doctors say abundant health data gathered by phones produces better, more timely studies.
How The iPhone Was Born: Inside Stories of Missteps and Triumphs
On the iPhone’s 10th birthday, former Apple executives Scott Forstall, Tony Fadell and Greg Christie recount the arduous process of turning Steve...
Amazon's Grocery Ambitions Spell Trouble for Food Brands
Amazon’s deeper push into the grocery business threatens to further pinch packaged-food companies already coping with slowing sales.
Why Apple and J.P. Morgan Are Chasing Venmo
Big tech and finance firms are charging into person-to-person payments with little regard for making money, believing such services will be vital...
Google Could Be a Day Away From At Least $1 Billion EU Antitrust Fine
The European Union’s antitrust watchdog will as soon as Tuesday hit Google with a fine of more than $1 billion and demand changes to the company’s...
Facebook Is Going Hollywood, Seeking Scripted TV Programming
Facebook is talking to Hollywood studios and agencies about producing TV-quality shows with an eye toward launching original programming by late...
SpaceX Executes Back-to-Back Launches in Roughly 48 Hours
Elon Musk’s SpaceX on Sunday successfully executed the second of two unmanned missions within a roughly 48-hour period in a high-water mark for the...
In 10 Years, Your iPhone Won't Be a Phone Anymore
Apple Inc. will still sell an iPhone, but expect the device to morph into a suite of apps and services, enhanced with AI and AR, part of a ‘body...
Google's 'Trust Us' Approach Doesn't Satisfy Pay Gap Skeptics
Google, which has long portrayed itself as one of the world’s best workplaces, is facing government accusations that it underpays women and...
Google to Stop Reading Users' Emails to Target Ads
Google said its computers will soon stop reading the emails of its Gmail users to personalize their ads, a move that addresses a longstanding...
Infosys Settles Visa Case With New York
Indian outsourcing giant Infosys agreed to pay $1 million to settle claims that it placed foreign workers in jobs in New York without obtaining...