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Fitbit Enters Smartwatch Arena, Replaces Recalled Device That Caused Rashes

The fitness tracking company, which boasts 70 percent of the wearables market, has announced the launch of three new wristbands.

Elon Musk: Artificial Intelligence Is Humanity's 'Biggest Existential Threat'

It's like 'summoning the demon,' the Tesla and SpaceX CEO recently warned.

Your Company Is Probably Going to Get Hacked. Here's How to Protect It.

Three information security chiefs share their companies' secrets to staying safe.

CVS Health, Rite Aid Block Apple Pay in Their Stores

Looks like things aren't running as smoothly as Apple hoped for its new mobile payments technology.

Is It Finally Time to Cut Cable?

As media companies begin making their wares available to stream, our resident personal technology columnist revisits cutting the cord.

The Biggest Do's and Don'ts of Video Conferencing

Follow these tips to elevate the overall experience of your video conference.

Man Builds Furniture Out of Old Apple Computers

Designer Klaus Geiger has reimagined the Power Mac G5 with a utilitarian slant.

Is My Data Really Safe? Your Questions About Cloud-Based Storage, Answered.

One expert shares tips to ensure your data stays safe and secure in the cloud.

Guess What? Time-Saving Apps Don't Really Save You Much Time.

When your phone is less interesting, you look at it less. And that can make you feel like you have all the time in the world.

Google Bolsters Artificial Intelligence Efforts With Oxford University Partnership

The tech giant is hiring more than half a dozen leading academics and experts in the field to accelerate its efforts.

Launching a Website: The One Thing You Can't Forget

Our online experts share must-know tips for website planning.

Beyond Gaming: Oculus Rift Founder's Predictions for Virtual Reality's Future

The budding technology can have applications for business meetings, medicine, education and more.

Amazon Reports $170 Million Writedown Due to Unsold 'Fire' Phones

Writedown also includes supplier commitment costs related to the phone.

U.S. Senator Asks Internet Providers to Commit to No 'Fast Lanes'

As regulators work on new so-called 'net neutrality' rules, the Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman has written to chiefs of AT&T Inc, Verizon Communications Inc, Time Warner Cable Inc and Charter Communications Inc.

How Yahoo Plans to Make Tumblr Into a Video Giant

Video posts are now growing twice as fast as photo posts on Tumblr. On Thursday, the company revamps its product to be more video-centric.

This Free App Solves Math Problems for You. Well, Mostly.

Hate doing math? A new app called PhotoMath could solve your problems. But you'll have to check its work.

Vintage Apple 1 Computer Auctioned Off for Record-Setting $905,000

The previous record price for the Apple 1, which many credit with ushering in a whole new era of personal computing, was $671,400.

Google Rolls Out 'Inbox,' a New Email Service

The tech giant says the platform presents emails and appointments in a more organized way.

Troubled Supplier GT Advanced Reaches Settlement With Apple

GT Advanced Technologies, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection earlier this month, reached an agreement with Apple under which it will stop making sapphire materials.

The 15 Best Productivity Apps for Getting Things Done

With these tools, it's never been easier to sketch out an idea, take detailed notes, or stay in touch with your team.

Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs Will Lead the Way for 3-D Printing Adoption

With the devices becoming more accessible and affordable, businesses are being built on the rapid designing, prototyping and manufacturing of products.

How to List Your Business on Apple's New 'Maps Connect' Portal

Why you should add your company data to Apple Maps and how to get it done fast.

For Extra Safety, You Can Now Access Gmail With a Physical Key

More secure than a two-step verification code, a physical key helps hacker-proof your Google account.

Looks Like Big Tech Is Winning the Battle With Patent Trolls

The trolls are in retreat in the wake of several changes in U.S. law.

Case Closed? New iOS 8 Encryption Is Impenetrable to Law Enforcement.

Apple has put police on notice that security on its new phone is so tight, it couldn't extra data even it wanted to cooperate, which is doesn't.
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