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FBI to Apple, Google: Your New Privacy Policies Are Making People Less Safe
Legal Center

FBI to Apple, Google: Your New Privacy Policies Are Making People Less Safe

In making vast troves of smartphone data only available to each device's owner, the FBI argues, a critical crime-solving tool has been compromised.
Geoff Weiss
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This Ridesharing Service You've Never Heard of Has 10 Million Members and Counting
Ridesharing Apps

This Ridesharing Service You've Never Heard of Has 10 Million Members and Counting

BlaBlaCar is like Uber for long-distance trips, and this week it just launched in its 13th country.
Catherine Clifford
5 Powerful SEO Metrics and Data Points You Need to Watch
SEO

5 Powerful SEO Metrics and Data Points You Need to Watch

To get the best picture of your website's performance, regularly check these reports – and make sure you're using them the right way.
Scott Langdon
First Authorized Drone Delivery in Europe Scheduled for Tomorrow
Drones

First Authorized Drone Delivery in Europe Scheduled for Tomorrow

German delivery firm DHL will use drones to deliver medical supplies to a small island.
Laura Entis
'Bash' Bug Could Be Bigger Than Heartbleed
Hackers

'Bash' Bug Could Be Bigger Than Heartbleed

A new security flaw has been uncovered that could impact everything from your personal Mac computer to enormous company servers.
Kate Taylor
Here's How to Restore Your iPhone If You Downloaded the Glitchy iOS 8.1
iPhone

Here's How to Restore Your iPhone If You Downloaded the Glitchy iOS 8.1

Because, you know, cell reception is probably important.
Laura Entis
Think You Don't Need an Online Store? Think Again.
Coaches Corner

Think You Don't Need an Online Store? Think Again.

Studies show eCommerce growing in popularity across age groups.
iPhone 6 Problem Leaves Customers Bent Out of Shape
iPhone

iPhone 6 Problem Leaves Customers Bent Out of Shape

Some customers have had problems with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus bending from being kept in pockets.
Carly Okyle
Amazon Is Bulking Up Its Secretive Hardware Lab in Pursuit of a Connected Home
Internet of Things

Amazon Is Bulking Up Its Secretive Hardware Lab in Pursuit of a Connected Home

On the heels of a fizzling response to its Fire Phone, Amazon is reportedly foraying further into hardware by increasing headcount at its top-secret Lab126 by roughly 27 percent.
Geoff Weiss
This Is Google's Achilles' Heel -- And Startups are Targeting It
Opportunity

This Is Google's Achilles' Heel -- And Startups are Targeting It

Could hungry entrepreneurs take a bite out of the tech giant in this particular area?
Ari Levy
Struggling Sony Reveals Its Answer to Google Glass
Wearables

Struggling Sony Reveals Its Answer to Google Glass

Called the SmartEyeGlass, the latest computer for your face will be available in March 2015. And it may be even more awkward-looking than Google Glass.
Laura Entis
No Pressure: A Hackathon That Doesn't Act Like One
Hackathons

No Pressure: A Hackathon That Doesn't Act Like One

'Unhackathon,' which took place in New York City this past weekend, aims to be a more inclusive, welcoming place than most other student hackathon events.
Laura Entis
4 Questions to Answer Before Buying Apple's Latest Gadgets
Gadgets

4 Questions to Answer Before Buying Apple's Latest Gadgets

Really, you're paying full price for that iPhone because you can't wait?
Larry Alton
4 Ways Adopting Apple Pay Can Benefit Small Business
Apple Pay

4 Ways Adopting Apple Pay Can Benefit Small Business

Apple Pay just may revolutionize cashless payments.
Rob Bertke