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What You Need to Know About the Comet Probe Landing Tomorrow
Space Travel

What You Need to Know About the Comet Probe Landing Tomorrow

Tomorrow is the culmination of a decade-long project to land a probe on a comet in deep space.
Carly Okyle
Meet Ocho, the Social Video Startup That Caught Mark Cuban's Eye
Apps

Meet Ocho, the Social Video Startup That Caught Mark Cuban's Eye

How many seconds does it take to shake up the social video game? Jourdan Urbach and Jonathan Swerdlin are betting eight seconds will do the trick. Comment trolls need not apply.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
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How to Hire the Right Google AdWords Ad Agency
Google AdWords

How to Hire the Right Google AdWords Ad Agency

By asking the ad agencies these 11 questions, you should be able to find one that's a good fit for your business.
Perry Marshall, Mike Rhodes, and Bryan Todd
AT&T Scraps Plans for In-Flight High-Speed Internet Service
Business Travel

AT&T Scraps Plans for In-Flight High-Speed Internet Service

Instead, the company says it wants to focus on international expansion and video offerings.
Apple Wants to Expand Its Footprint in the Workplace
Finding Customers

Apple Wants to Expand Its Footprint in the Workplace

In an apparent effort to offset a gradual deceleration in growth, Apple is pushing hard to win more corporate clients.
Google Rents NASA's Historic Silicon Valley Airfield
Google

Google Rents NASA's Historic Silicon Valley Airfield

The tech giant plans to use the facility to develop new space and robot technology.
Katrina Bishop
Gold? Silver? Pffft. This Necklace Is Pure Illumination.
Next Big Thing

Gold? Silver? Pffft. This Necklace Is Pure Illumination.

This high-tech necklace is made out of light and morphs with your every move. You have to see it to believe it.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
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Here's How Drastically Microsoft Windows Has Changed Over the Years
Microsoft

Here's How Drastically Microsoft Windows Has Changed Over the Years

About 31 years ago today, Microsoft introduced the very first version of Windows, known as Windows 1.0. We've come a long way since then.
Lisa Eadicicco
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