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Apple iOS Bug Makes Most Devices Vulnerable to Attack
Cyber Attacks

Apple iOS Bug Makes Most Devices Vulnerable to Attack

Cybersecurity researchers say the bug enables hackers to access their devices by persuading users to install malicious applications.
 From ICQ to AIM to WhatsApp: The Rise and Fall of Instant Messenger Apps (Infographic)
Apps

From ICQ to AIM to WhatsApp: The Rise and Fall of Instant Messenger Apps (Infographic)

IM apps have 4ever altered how we communicate. Countless messaging tools have come and gone in the 18 years since they first debuted. Which ones will stand the test of time?
Kim Lachance Shandrow
BlackBerry CEO Says Focus Is On Profitability, Fewer New Devices
BlackBerry

BlackBerry CEO Says Focus Is On Profitability, Fewer New Devices

The company is entering the second phase of its two-year turnaround plan.
Business Execs Who Stay in Asian Luxury Hotels Fall Prey to Cyber Espionage
Cyber Security

Business Execs Who Stay in Asian Luxury Hotels Fall Prey to Cyber Espionage

Security researchers have uncovered a sophisticated campaign that targets executives once they sign on to computers using in-room wireless connections.
This Startup Thinks Your Password Sucks -- And It's Doing Something About It
Cyber Security

This Startup Thinks Your Password Sucks -- And It's Doing Something About It

Authy, a two-step authentication startup, wants to usher companies and consumers alike into the next stage in online security
Laura Entis
5 Skills You Must Acquire Before You Can Lead
Leadership Qualities

5 Skills You Must Acquire Before You Can Lead

Build up these essential qualities, then you can leap forward to great heights.
Kate Mckay
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Not Tech Savvy? Here is How You Can Develop a Mobile App.
Mobile Apps

Not Tech Savvy? Here is How You Can Develop a Mobile App.

Mobile apps have become hugely popular for companies to provide games, news and entertainment.
Drew Hendricks
Millennials Would Like to Work for You, If They Can Apply on Their Smartphones
Employee Recruitment

Millennials Would Like to Work for You, If They Can Apply on Their Smartphones

Young workers expect to be able to search for jobs on mobile devices and draw negative conclusions about companies that don't accommodate that.
Joe Essenfeld
Home Depot Says About 53 Million Email Addresses Stolen in Breach
Hackers

Home Depot Says About 53 Million Email Addresses Stolen in Breach

That's in addition to customer data for 56 million payment cards previously disclosed by the retailer.
Amazon Launches Echo, a Speaker You Can Talk To
Far Out Tech

Amazon Launches Echo, a Speaker You Can Talk To

This is a speaker you leave on all day and give it voice directions, like Siri on an Apple iPhone.
From FarmVille to Outsville, Zynga Co-Founder Mark Pincus to Launch App Accelerator
Apps

From FarmVille to Outsville, Zynga Co-Founder Mark Pincus to Launch App Accelerator

Called 'SuperLabs,' Pincus's new company is said to be a self-financed app development firm.
Jason Fell
Elon Musk: 'People Don't Understand How Hard it Is to Manufacture Something'
Tesla

Elon Musk: 'People Don't Understand How Hard it Is to Manufacture Something'

In the wake of a debate about whether Tesla will be able to meet 2014 sales targets, Musk was clearly irritated.
Matthew DeBord
This 'Smart' Yoga Mat Has a Built-In Instructor
Far Out Tech

This 'Smart' Yoga Mat Has a Built-In Instructor

Pair the SmartMat with your phone and it can guide you through different yoga poses while monitoring your position and balance.
Emily Price
How Yahoo Can Buy the Best Startups, Without Google Getting in the Way
Acquisitions

How Yahoo Can Buy the Best Startups, Without Google Getting in the Way

Yahoo can beat out its largest rivals for hot startups, but only if it gives Marissa Mayer more freedom.