Cisco's New Video Conferencing Tools
NSA Using Facebook Malware to Spy?
SoftBank CEO Touts T-Mobile Deal
$15 Offered Per New Google Apps User
Apple Releases First Major iOS 7 Update
Cisco is beefing up its videoconferencing lineup. On Wednesday, the company released several new products and updates intended to increase its position in this growing corporate market.
Facebook users look out, the National Security Agency may be spying on you by pretending to be Facebook. At least that's what The Intercept, a Web publication dedicated to covering the NSA, is reporting.
The CEO of Japan's SoftBank, touting a Sprint acquisition of T-Mobile, is bringing his case to U.S. consumers and executives, saying it would allow a price war to bring wireless costs down.
Google is getting down to business with its digital enterprise-friendly products. The technology giant just rolled out a Google Apps Referral Program and Google Docs and Sheets add-ons.
Apple's version 7.1 of iOS is out, the first major update since iOS was released last year. New features include CarPlay integration, an enhanced Siri, and a boost for some older iPhone models.