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Android Just Achieved Something It Will Take Apple Years to Do
Android

Android Just Achieved Something It Will Take Apple Years to Do

Google's operating system reaches a mega milestone.
Check Your Rearview, Google. Uber Is Getting Into Self-Driving Cars, Too.
Self-Driving Cars

Check Your Rearview, Google. Uber Is Getting Into Self-Driving Cars, Too.

Competition is heating up between the two unlikely players.
Jason Fell
Pull Over, Uber. Google Reportedly Preparing to Launch Ride-Hailing Service.
Google

Pull Over, Uber. Google Reportedly Preparing to Launch Ride-Hailing Service.

And, it turns out, Google is one of the biggest investors in Uber.
Sometimes Hackers Just Want to Embarrass You
Cyber Security

Sometimes Hackers Just Want to Embarrass You

The fallout for a cyber attack can include a major hit to a company's reputation. Be proactive on the public-relations front.
Eric Basu
Companies Need to Take Responsibility for Protecting Sensitive User Data
Cyber Security

Companies Need to Take Responsibility for Protecting Sensitive User Data

Stealing data is a crime but those entrusted with protecting it bear responsibility for the measures they take.
Todd Feinman
Obama Seeks $14 Billion to Boost U.S. Cybersecurity Defenses
Cyber Security

Obama Seeks $14 Billion to Boost U.S. Cybersecurity Defenses

The goal is to better protect federal and private networks from hacking threats.
How a Fishing-Gear Company Is Reeling In Customers With Its Live Streaming Videos
The Fix

How a Fishing-Gear Company Is Reeling In Customers With Its Live Streaming Videos

The online broadcasts of 'Loon Live' is just one way the company is angling for sales
John Patrick Pullen
Intel Buys 'Internet of Things' Chip Maker
Acqusitions

Intel Buys 'Internet of Things' Chip Maker

The aim is to expand its range of chips used in Internet-connected gadgets.
Better Safe Than Sorry: How Startups are Staying Protected in Cyberspace
Cybercrime

Better Safe Than Sorry: How Startups are Staying Protected in Cyberspace

Hackers and cyber thieves are attacking small businesses with alarming frequency. Find out how to stay safe.
Jason Ankeny
Bill Gates Is Skeptical of AI. But After This Little Robot Left *Me* a Personal Love Letter, I Can't Help But Disagree.
Artificial Intelligence

Bill Gates Is Skeptical of AI. But After This Little Robot Left *Me* a Personal Love Letter, I Can't Help But Disagree.

Desktop personal assistant Cubic has raised more than $100,000 on Indiegogo -- and found a brilliant way to pitch a reporter.
Catherine Clifford
This Startup Wants to Control Your Brain With an App
Far Out Tech

This Startup Wants to Control Your Brain With an App

Wearable tech that can alter your mood is a thing now, apparently.
Clay Dillow
The Do's and Don'ts of the Email CC
Esquire Guy

The Do's and Don'ts of the Email CC

Copying someone on an email can work against you. Here's what to avoid.
Ross McCammon
The One Question All Businesses Must Ask About Protecting Trade Secrets
Trade Secrets

The One Question All Businesses Must Ask About Protecting Trade Secrets

With news reports of large-scale data thefts coming almost daily, managers might be wise to adopt a culture of protection.
Eric Ostroff
Apple vs. Samsung: Who's the Ultimate Winner?
Competition

Apple vs. Samsung: Who's the Ultimate Winner?

Apple has tied with Samsung to become the No. 1 smartphone vendor in the world.
Arjun Kharpal