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Google to Introduce Child-Friendly Versions of Products

From its search engine to YouTube and Chrome, expect versions for children aged 12 and under, a report says.
The 'Paper' Airplane to Rule Them All
Far Out Tech

The 'Paper' Airplane to Rule Them All

Say hello to the slickest little high-tech eye in the sky.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Here's a Dog Collar That Lets Humans Train Man's Best Friend From Anywhere
Technology

Here's a Dog Collar That Lets Humans Train Man's Best Friend From Anywhere

If you had this gadget on your pup, you could be keeping tabs on and talking to him right now, no matter how far apart you are.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
From Privacy to Connectivity, Bluetooth Is About to Get Some Serious Upgrades
Bluetooth

From Privacy to Connectivity, Bluetooth Is About to Get Some Serious Upgrades

As billions of devices connect to the Internet of Things, 'Bluetooth 4.2' will offer new privacy features, faster data syncing and more.
Kate Taylor
Australia Probes Bitcoin Crime Links as Currency Craves Legitimacy
Bitcoin news

Australia Probes Bitcoin Crime Links as Currency Craves Legitimacy

A top law enforcement agency is investigating bitcoin's role in organized crime as politicians and financial regulators embrace the digital currency as a legitimate part of modern business.
U.S. House Subcommittee Postpones Hearing on Net Neutrality
Net Neutrality

U.S. House Subcommittee Postpones Hearing on Net Neutrality

The matter 'will be top priority in the new Congress.'
With Machine Learning, Businesses Can Capitalize on Information It Would Take an Army to Study
Big Data

With Machine Learning, Businesses Can Capitalize on Information It Would Take an Army to Study

Now small companies can act smarter. Not only does the software do the analysis of massive data sets but it also uses patterns to change its processes in real time.
David Jelinek
Stephen Hawking: Artificial Intelligence Could 'End the Human Race'
Artificial Intelligence

Stephen Hawking: Artificial Intelligence Could 'End the Human Race'

In a recent interview, the scientist said that if gone unchecked, AI could 'supersede' mankind.
Nina Zipkin
Apple Faces $1 Billion Lawsuit Over iPod Allegations
Legal Issues

Apple Faces $1 Billion Lawsuit Over iPod Allegations

The suit claims that Apple abused a monopoly position in that iTunes music could only be played on iPods, unfairly blocking competing device makers.
FBI Warns U.S. Businesses of 'Destructive' Cyberattacks
Security

FBI Warns U.S. Businesses of 'Destructive' Cyberattacks

The alert comes after a devastating breach last week at Sony Pictures Entertainment.
How to Prepare Your Small Business's Technology for the Holiday Season
Cyber Security

How to Prepare Your Small Business's Technology for the Holiday Season

While business owners always have to expect the unexpected, here are four things you can do to prepare your business technology for the holiday season.
Keith Tanaka
Google Isn't the Only One Working on a Modular Smartphone
Smartphones

Google Isn't the Only One Working on a Modular Smartphone

A company called Circular Devices has created something it calls the 'Puzzlephone.'
Carly Okyle
OK, Explorers: A New Version of Google Glass Is Coming Next Year
Google Glass

OK, Explorers: A New Version of Google Glass Is Coming Next Year

Google's wearable face computer isn't dead yet.
Laura Entis