95% of all Android devices vulnerable to takeover via new bug Stagefright, Zimperium says
American I.T. firm Zimperium says it has discovered a bug in Android's operating system that makes 95 per cent of all Android devices vulnerable to someone else gaining control of the device and its contents without the user ever knowing.Twitter surprises with stronger revenue
Twitter surprised investors with a strong earnings report Tuesday even as the company searches for a permanent CEO and faces ongoing challenges growing its user base.Canada is not in a recession, influential group of economists says
Despite an economy that has shrunk for the first four months of the year, Canada is not in a recession, the unofficial arbiter of business cycles says.Wanted: Women to finance $1 million venture fund for female entrepreneurs
A new all-female crowdfunding initiative aims to make it easier for women entrepreneurs to raise money and get the support they need to build their businesses.Virgin Galactic didn't prepare for human error ahead of SpaceShipTwo crash, NTSB
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board concluded Tuesday that the developer of a commercial spacecraft that broke apart over the Mojave Desert last year failed to protect against the possibility of human error.Intel, Micron say they can crunch data 1,000 times faster
Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. say they have begun production on a new memory technology that is 1,000 times faster than today’s chips.