Mobile Minutes: Online privacy; SAP business apps; Alphabet home systems; CIA hacking vulnerabilites
CNET explains everything you need to know about the latest political battle over how your digital data should be protected.
Germany's SAP is teaming up with Silicon Valley giant Google to allow customers to run SAP's big business applications on Google's cloud while offering Google's suite of web-based desktop apps to users, the company said on Wednesday.
Nest, the pioneer of the iPhone-like digital thermostat, is readying several new products in its quest to modernize the home.
WikiLeaks on Tuesday released a significant cache of documents that it said came from a high-security network inside the Central Intelligence Agency. WikiLeaks called the documents Vault 7, and they lay out the capabilities of the agency?s global covert hacking program.