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China-Backed Hackers May Have Infiltrated Apple's iCloud
Hackers

China-Backed Hackers May Have Infiltrated Apple's iCloud

The hackers are said to have intercepted data and potentially gained access to passwords, iMessages, photos and contacts.
Microsoft Finally Makes a Move in the Smartwatch Sector
Smartwatches

Microsoft Finally Makes a Move in the Smartwatch Sector

It has been reported that in the next few weeks Microsoft will be debuting its smartwatch. But does anyone care?
Laura Entis
Crazy, Insane Startups Are This Tech Investor's Meat and Potatoes
Tech Startups

Crazy, Insane Startups Are This Tech Investor's Meat and Potatoes

Braintree founder Bryan Johnson has created a fund for start-ups focused on a sci-fi future.
JP Mangalindan
The Benefits of In-Car Technology
Cars

The Benefits of In-Car Technology

From monitoring driver behavior to checking vehicle wear, here's how telematics software can help manage your company's fleet.
Launching a Website: Build for Social
Coaches Corner

Launching a Website: Build for Social

Our online experts explain how to plan for engagement.
Linda Lacina
Talking Lamp Posts Are Just the Beginning in Verizon's Vision of a Smart City
Internet of Things

Talking Lamp Posts Are Just the Beginning in Verizon's Vision of a Smart City

Given the costliness and fragmentation of the smart home market, Verizon Wireless has its sights set on a loftier prize.
Geoff Weiss
A Camera Built for the Instagram Age
Cameras

A Camera Built for the Instagram Age

Otto shoots in a way that's completely tailored for social media.
From Snapchat to Whisper: Blindly Trusting Companies With Your Privacy Is Stupid
Privacy concerns

From Snapchat to Whisper: Blindly Trusting Companies With Your Privacy Is Stupid

If our privacy is so important to us, why aren't we more skeptical of the services we give our information to?
Jason Fell
Obama to Sign Cybersecurity Order, Wants Safer Payments
Security

Obama to Sign Cybersecurity Order, Wants Safer Payments

Action comes after massive data breaches have put millions of consumers at risk.
Launching a Website: Think Simple for Success
Coaches Corner

Launching a Website: Think Simple for Success

Our online experts explain why a clear call to action is essential.
Linda Lacina
5 Things You Can Learn From a Poorly Designed Website
Web Design

5 Things You Can Learn From a Poorly Designed Website

Websites without clear labels, that require multiple clicks to get to the most important stuff, and otherwise frustrate can serve as an example of what not to do.
How Android TV Is a (Video) Game Changer
Video Games

How Android TV Is a (Video) Game Changer

The man behind Google's first foray into the set-top business discusses how gaming will evolve.
John Gaudiosi
Lookin' Sharp: Apple Adds Retina Display to iMac Desktop
Computers

Lookin' Sharp: Apple Adds Retina Display to iMac Desktop

The new iMac will feature a 27-inch Retina 5K display, Apple said, that is jam-packed with 14.7 million pixels.
Geoff Weiss
Apple's Latest iPads Are Thinner, Faster and Equipped With Touch ID
Tablets

Apple's Latest iPads Are Thinner, Faster and Equipped With Touch ID

The iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 will be available for preorder starting tomorrow.
Geoff Weiss