Britain's National Health Service (NHS) said it had suffered a major cyber attack on Friday, disrupting surgeries and hospitals, mainly in England.
FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia weighs in on President Trump's cybersecurity executive order and whether Russia was involved in hacking the U.S. presidential election.
Homeland Security Advisor Tom Bossert discusses the security measures the department is applying toward cloud computing.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday signed an executive order to bolster government's cyber security and protecting the nation's critical infrastructure from cyber attacks, the White House said, marking his first significant action to address what he has called a top priority.
Smule CEO Jeff Smith on raising $54 million from Tencent for new social media music app.
'Deep Thinking' author Garry Kasparov on the potential impact of artificial intelligence on the job market and economy.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on whether medical technology will continue to thrive in the health care sector.
UBS Internet and media analyst Eric Sheridan on the outlook for the tech sector in this economic environment.
Amazon.com reported first-quarter results driven by growth in online retail sale and its profitable cloud business.
Cloudera gets ready to join the hot club of public cloud companies.
Amazon.com Inc's chief technology officer is working toward a day when people can control almost any piece of software with their voice.
Food insecurity is a reality for nearly 1.4 million New Yorkers living throughout Manhattan and the city’s four outer boroughs—including nearly 420,000 children.
He’s promised it since the campaign trail: “On day one, we will begin working on an impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful southern border wall,” said Trump at a campaign rally.
FBN's Cheryl Casone on reports Apple is working on a premium TV bundle and the tech giant's new headquarters.
Cisco is betting its charge into the rapidly-growing cyber security industry will reinvigorate its sales as it faces stagnation in the networking equipment business that once propelled it to become one of the of the world’s biggest technology companies.
Picture an airport, sitting on 18,000 acres, with 50 buildings, and 1,800 direct employees.
Former Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy reacts to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's plans to give tech companies access to the CIA hacking tools.
SAP North America President Jen Morgan on making Fortune's list of the best 100 companies to work for, the company's cloud business, partnership with Google, the state of the economy and finding potential employees with the right skills for tech jobs.
Think by cutting the cord your life will be ad free? Not so fast as the cloud broadens its reach.
The Cloud is helping robots multitask and become more like humans.