John Ribeiro

Bangalore Correspondent

John Ribeiro covers outsourcing and general technology breaking news from India for the IDG News Service.

Digital signature service DocuSign hacked and email addresses stolen

Western Digital dispute with Toshiba heads for arbitration

Western Digital dispute with Toshiba heads for arbitration

Western Digital wants its consent to be taken before the sale of Toshiba’s memory business

Microsoft blames US stockpiled vulnerability for WannaCry ransomware attack

Microsoft blames US stockpiled vulnerability for WannaCry ransomware attack

The stockpiling of vulnerabilities by governments is a big problem, the company said

Waymo, Uber dispute referred to U.S. attorney for investigation

Waymo, Uber dispute referred to U.S. attorney for investigation

The judge also disallowed Uber’s petition to try to resolve the issue through arbitration

Infosys to hire 10,000 in the US in wake of H-1B review

Infosys to hire 10,000 in the US in wake of H-1B review

Indian outsourcer Infosys is hiring 10,000 American workers over the next two years, in the wake of a review of U.S. visa rules and an emphasis on local hires by the administration of President Donald Trump.

US bill aims to quash Open Internet Order, prevent its return

US bill aims to quash Open Internet Order, prevent its return

The bill introduced by some US senators tries to give permanence to moves already initiated by the FCC

Samsung will launch new flagship smartphone months after Galaxy S8

Samsung will launch new flagship smartphone months after Galaxy S8

Company warns of tougher competition ahead of Apple’s annual iPhone launch, fueling speculation it is planning an alternative to the recalled Galaxy Note 7

Oracle plans ‘startup organization’ focused on cloud computing, AI, and VR

Oracle plans ‘startup organization’ focused on cloud computing, AI, and VR

The company plans to set up two ‘Solution Engineering Centers’ in the United States

Google reportedly plans ad blocking feature for Chrome browser

Google reportedly plans ad blocking feature for Chrome browser

The move by the online ad company is seen as defensive, and will allow only certain acceptable ads to be shown

BlackBerry wins $815 million in overpaid royalty to Qualcomm

BlackBerry wins $815 million in overpaid royalty to Qualcomm

BlackBerry won the award in an arbitration decision

Apple is developing its own power management chips, says analyst

Apple is developing its own power management chips, says analyst

Report comes after news that Apple is working on its own GPUs

Angry Shadow Brokers release password for suspected NSA hacking tools

Angry Shadow Brokers release password for suspected NSA hacking tools

The hackers said President Donald Trump is deserting the base that supported him

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