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Google Pilots Carpooling Program That Could Challenge Uber
Ridesharing Apps

Google Pilots Carpooling Program That Could Challenge Uber

Israel-based, Google-owned Waze announced a carpooling app RideWith.
Catherine Clifford
The Future of Mobile Payments Awaits Your Fingerprint
Mobile Payments

The Future of Mobile Payments Awaits Your Fingerprint

What mobile payment technology means for ecommerce and retail startups and four ways to leverage it.
Bobby Emamian
Elon Musk's Money Is Being Used to Stop AI From Obliterating Humans
Robots

Elon Musk's Money Is Being Used to Stop AI From Obliterating Humans

Prepare, people. The machines are rising.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Will the Next Threat to Consumer Privacy Target the WHOIS Protocol?
Internet security

Will the Next Threat to Consumer Privacy Target the WHOIS Protocol?

Someone's gotta protect the last vestiges of consumer privacy online.
Hari Ravichandran
The Risks of Starting a Bitcoin-Based Business
Bitcoin

The Risks of Starting a Bitcoin-Based Business

Bitcoin entrepreneurs don't often openly discuss the gambles they're taking. In this telling clip, they do, revealing the risks that worry them.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Say Hello to 'Mr. Hyperloop'
Hyperloop

Say Hello to 'Mr. Hyperloop'

A conversation with Dirk Ahlborn, CEO of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies.
Mark Zuckerberg Talks Workouts, Telepathy and AI
Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg Talks Workouts, Telepathy and AI

In his latest townhall Q&A session, the Facebook CEO fielded questions from Arnold Schwarzenegger, Richard Branson, Steven Hawking, Shakira and Arianna Huffington.
Laura Entis
FBI Searching for Mystery Vandal Who Keeps Cutting Internet Cables
Crime

FBI Searching for Mystery Vandal Who Keeps Cutting Internet Cables

Within the last year, there have been more than 10 instances in the San Francisco Bay area.
5 Ways Lax Security Makes Small Businesses Cyber-Morsels for Computer Criminals
Cyber Security

5 Ways Lax Security Makes Small Businesses Cyber-Morsels for Computer Criminals

Few small businesses can afford optimum cybersecurity measures but many aren't even taking the precautions they have available.
John Amaral
4 Time-Saving Apps Useful for Every Harried Entrepreneur
Productivity Tools

4 Time-Saving Apps Useful for Every Harried Entrepreneur

You can't add hours to the day but technology can do more of the chores that get in the way of actually building your business.
Pratik Dholakiya
Boost Productivity With These 4 Tips for a Paperless Workplace
Productivity

Boost Productivity With These 4 Tips for a Paperless Workplace

Embracing a paperless workplace is about more than "going green" or cutting down on printing costs.
Andre Lavoie
Is a DIY App In Your Future?
Apps

Is a DIY App In Your Future?

App use by small businesses is set to double. The good news is they are easier than ever to develop.
Susan Solovic
Binge-Watching Is Our New Normal
Behavior

Binge-Watching Is Our New Normal

The practice of mainlining shows is becoming increasingly acceptable, although it's still an activity that incites complicated emotions, a new study suggests.
Laura Entis
Apple to Pay $450 Million After Losing Federal Appeal in E-Books Case
Apple

Apple to Pay $450 Million After Losing Federal Appeal in E-Books Case

The consumer electronics giant was found to have orchestrated a conspiracy with publishers to increase e-book prices.