Technology

Woo Hoo! Hulu's Working on a Premium Tier With No Ads.
Streaming TV

Woo Hoo! Hulu's Working on a Premium Tier With No Ads.

People familiar with the plan call it 'Project NOAH,' which stands for NO Ads Hulu.
Sponsored Content

The EMV Liability Shift is Coming. Prepare Your Business.

Download this free guide for the essential steps to protecting your sales, profits and brand before the critical Oct. 1 deadline.
4 Ways Technology Has Impacted Presidential Elections
Politics

4 Ways Technology Has Impacted Presidential Elections

Over the past decade, political discussions have migrated from water coolers and dinner tables to smartphones and social media.
Zach Cutler
Angry Birds 2 Announced by Rovio
Angry Birds

Angry Birds 2 Announced by Rovio

Here we go ... again.
Why Google's New Beacon Platform Is a Threat to Apple's iBeacon
beacons

Why Google's New Beacon Platform Is a Threat to Apple's iBeacon

While Apple's Bluetooth technology only works with iPhones, Google's Eddystone works with iOS and Android operating systems.
Laura Entis
Imagine If Our Highways Were Paved in Plastic
Far Out Tech

Imagine If Our Highways Were Paved in Plastic

One startup in the Netherlands wants to make it a reality.
Jason Fell
6 Time-Tested Tips for Designing a Killer App for Your Brand
Apps

6 Time-Tested Tips for Designing a Killer App for Your Brand

Use your app to represent your values, offer information and create an emotional connection.
Evrim Oralkan
Moving to a New Office? 7 Questions You Need to Ask About Tech.
Relocation

Moving to a New Office? 7 Questions You Need to Ask About Tech.

Although amenities, location, comfort level and pricing are important things to consider when looking for new office space, tech infrastructure is most important.
Arie Barendrecht
What Shoppers Are Searching for This Back-to-School Season, According to Google
Retail

What Shoppers Are Searching for This Back-to-School Season, According to Google

The search giant released new research about shopping trends this morning, and confirmed its long-rumored 'buy button.'
Geoff Weiss
Apple Rolls Out Revamped iPods (Yes, iPods)
Apple

Apple Rolls Out Revamped iPods (Yes, iPods)

2012 was the last time the tech giant upgraded the music players.
Nina Zipkin
Solar-Powered Plane Halts Its Around-the-World Journey Due to Battery Problems
Solar Energy

Solar-Powered Plane Halts Its Around-the-World Journey Due to Battery Problems

The Solar Impulse 2 will continue its 12-leg journey in April of next year.
Catherine Clifford
Is Apple Watch a Design Flop?
Apple Watch

Is Apple Watch a Design Flop?

That was the conclusion, it seems, of an all-star design panel.
Clifton Leaf
U.S. Has Yet to Notify 21.5 Million Data Breach Victims
Privacy Concerns

U.S. Has Yet to Notify 21.5 Million Data Breach Victims

Still not a peep, even two months after discovering that sensitive personal information was compromised in a hack of government databanks, officials say.
Automakers Unite to Prevent Cars From Being Hacked
Security

Automakers Unite to Prevent Cars From Being Hacked

An alliance including Ford and General Motors said it will create a center for sharing information and analysis to help make cars more secure.
Samsung Wants to Measure Body Fat With a Smartphone Squeeze
Far Out Tech

Samsung Wants to Measure Body Fat With a Smartphone Squeeze

It looks like the South Korean tech company may have a plan to outdo the competition when it comes to mobile health tracking.