Technology

IRS Says Cyberattacks Were More Extensive Than Previously Thought
Cyber Attacks

IRS Says Cyberattacks Were More Extensive Than Previously Thought

A new review has identified 220,000 additional data breaches.
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Use These 24 Tools to Run Your Business From Anywhere in the World
Telecommuting

Use These 24 Tools to Run Your Business From Anywhere in the World

If you're one of the lucky few that enjoys the ability to work from anywhere you like, the following tools will help keep you productive -- no matter where you are.
Sujan Patel
10 Times Animals Were Hilariously Mystified by Modern Technology
Funny Videos

10 Times Animals Were Hilariously Mystified by Modern Technology

From the dog that couldn't grasp the concept of an escalator to the eagle that destroyed a drone, here are some of the most epic encounters between animals and modern gadgets.
Geoff Weiss
Samsung Unveils a Keyboard Cover for Its Latest Phones
Smartphones

Samsung Unveils a Keyboard Cover for Its Latest Phones

The $80 keyboard cover will give you both a case and a hardware keyboard for those times when you need to punch out long messages.
7 Startups That Are Owning the Data Game
Big Data

7 Startups That Are Owning the Data Game

If you want to succeed in business in 2015 and beyond, you have to invest in data like these companies.
Sujan Patel
By the Numbers: Facebook Likes, Tinder Swipes, Uber Rides and More (Infographic)
Infographics

By the Numbers: Facebook Likes, Tinder Swipes, Uber Rides and More (Infographic)

We live online. And that means we are creating data all day, every day. Tons of it.
Catherine Clifford
Periscope Says Users Watch 40 Years -- Yes, Years -- of Video Every Day
Periscope

Periscope Says Users Watch 40 Years -- Yes, Years -- of Video Every Day

The video streaming service, owned by Twitter, says it has 10 million registered accounts.
Kia Kokalitcheva
A Robotic Lawn Mower Gets FCC Approval
Robotics

A Robotic Lawn Mower Gets FCC Approval

The newest product from iRobot, makers of the Roomba, will be a lawn mower that wirelessly connects with signal beacons.
5 Apps That Make Life Easier for Harried CEOs
Apps

5 Apps That Make Life Easier for Harried CEOs

Apps can't run your business for you but they can help keep the avalanche of details from burying you.
Pratik Dholakiya
Amazon Is Pulling the Plug on This Program for Businesses
Amazon

Amazon Is Pulling the Plug on This Program for Businesses

The pay-per-click advertising program will be permanently discontinued in October.
Expect This Apple Watch Feature to Make Its Way to Your Next iPhone
Apple

Expect This Apple Watch Feature to Make Its Way to Your Next iPhone

Force Touch allows users to press down firmly to find other features within apps with fewer steps.
Google to Reorganize Into New Company Called 'Alphabet'
Google

Google to Reorganize Into New Company Called 'Alphabet'

The search giant is breaking into smaller units and adopting an umbrella-company strategy.
Ray Hennessey
This Brilliant Braille Smartwatch Lets the Visually Impaired Feel What Time It Is
Far Out Tech

This Brilliant Braille Smartwatch Lets the Visually Impaired Feel What Time It Is

The groundbreaking haptic wearable also delivers texts, turn-by-turn directions and ebook readouts, all by touch alone.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
For the First Time Ever, NASA Astronauts Eat Vegetables Grown in Space
Space Travel

For the First Time Ever, NASA Astronauts Eat Vegetables Grown in Space

Space gardens mean more delicious meals aboard the International Space Station, and they are also a critical development for the march towards life on Mars.
Catherine Clifford