Two insider sources told The Wall Street Journal the deal could exceed $80 billion.
The most common cyberattacks on U.S. infrastructure target the power grid. Officials say eventually one will get through.
And it all depends on your carrier.
As the U.S. government investigates Friday's massive internet debacle, security researchers are skeptical of the groups claiming responsibility.
The internet's address book sends you to the sites you want — and when it breaks, it can break everything else.
The SkunkLock bike lock releases a nasty smell if you try to break, cut or saw it off.
Facebook removed a Swedish breast cancer awareness ad, and the move did not go over well.
Nintendo's latest system is targeted toward both console and handheld gamers.
The automaker announced all cars its producing now will be able to drive themselves.
Pro-Trump Twitter bots vastly outnumber pro-Clinton bots.
After several instances of bursting into flames, the phone is now banned from all U.S. flights.