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5 Billion Android Apps Open to Hacking
Hackers

5 Billion Android Apps Open to Hacking

Attackers are exploiting flaws in Google's popular operating system.
Arjun Kharpal
Who Needs Drones When Amazon Could 3-D Print Your Goods From a Van Parked Outside Your Home?
Amazon

Who Needs Drones When Amazon Could 3-D Print Your Goods From a Van Parked Outside Your Home?

Earth's biggest e-tailer could one day 3-D print your purchases from the back of a high-tech delivery truck.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Apple Watch 'Killer' to 5G: What to Watch Out for at Mobile World Conference
Technology

Apple Watch 'Killer' to 5G: What to Watch Out for at Mobile World Conference

The big event kicks off March 2 in Barcelona.
Arjun Kharpal
Ericsson Sues Apple for Telecom Patent Infringement
Patents

Ericsson Sues Apple for Telecom Patent Infringement

The Swedish mobile telecom gear maker is suing over patents related to the 2G and 4G/LTE standards.
Despite What Mark Cuban Says, Net Neutrality Will Not Create 'Uncertainty'
Net Neutrality

Despite What Mark Cuban Says, Net Neutrality Will Not Create 'Uncertainty'

The FCC now has oversight of the Internet. But there is one thing it can never change.
7 Ways to Stay Ahead of Hackers and Keep Your Company's Data Safe
Cyber Attacks

7 Ways to Stay Ahead of Hackers and Keep Your Company's Data Safe

Every company needs to invest in cybersecurity but your first line of defense is being aware.
Daniel Riedel
Elon Musk's Hyperloop Moves Closer to Becoming Reality
Hyperloop

Elon Musk's Hyperloop Moves Closer to Becoming Reality

This time, a company wants to build it over a five-mile stretch in California.
Phil LeBeau
It's About Time: Apple Likely to Divulge Watch Details at Upcoming Event
Apple Watch

It's About Time: Apple Likely to Divulge Watch Details at Upcoming Event

The tech giant sent out invitations reading 'Spring Forward' for a media event to be held on March 9, the day after Daylight Savings Time begins.
Geoff Weiss
Google Reportedly Eyeing 'Strategic Investment' in Struggling Wearables Pioneer Jawbone
Wearable Tech

Google Reportedly Eyeing 'Strategic Investment' in Struggling Wearables Pioneer Jawbone

Google may be vying for a slice of the fitness wearables pie.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Will 3-D Printed Food Become as Common as the Microwave?
3-D printing

Will 3-D Printed Food Become as Common as the Microwave?

Entrepreneur Lynette Kucsma is bullish on the idea.
Matt McCue
Google Expands Push Into Workplace With Android for Work Effort
Android

Google Expands Push Into Workplace With Android for Work Effort

The aim is to make smartphones running Android software more appealing to corporations.
I've Seen the New Face of Search, and It Ain't Google
Search

I've Seen the New Face of Search, and It Ain't Google

With mobile quickly overtaking the web, the classic search box may soon be replaced by the text message.
Alex Iskold
Look Ma, No Hands: Drones You Can Pilot With Your Mind
Far Out Tech

Look Ma, No Hands: Drones You Can Pilot With Your Mind

A Portuguese aeronautics company is testing out the technology right now.
Nina Zipkin
Want to Track (or Stalk) Your Pet? Data and Gadgets Will Do It.
Pets

Want to Track (or Stalk) Your Pet? Data and Gadgets Will Do It.

As people view pets as family members, they're paying even more to keep an eye on them.