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The Biggest Misconceptions About Bitcoin and How Experts Are Trying to Debunk Them (VIDEO)
Bitcoin

The Biggest Misconceptions About Bitcoin and How Experts Are Trying to Debunk Them (VIDEO)

Bitcoin is often misunderstood because the technology functions as a kind of blank slate.
Geoff Weiss
9 Portable Hard Drives That Are Worth the Money
Data Storage

9 Portable Hard Drives That Are Worth the Money

With all our computers, phones and cameras, we create a lot of data. Which means we can all use some extra data storage.
Kris Naudus
Intel Wants You to Stop Hating Meetings
Meetings

Intel Wants You to Stop Hating Meetings

The worst part about meetings isn't showing off your new presentation; it's how difficult it is to get your computer screen to show up on the TV.
4 Essentials to Secure Your Business Even From State-Sponsored Online Threats
Cyber Security

4 Essentials to Secure Your Business Even From State-Sponsored Online Threats

Malicious foreign governments are a potent threat but every business can afford to harden their systems against cyber attack.
Peter Daisyme
Which Tech Billionaires Donate the Most to Charity? (Infographic)
Infographics

Which Tech Billionaires Donate the Most to Charity? (Infographic)

Who is the most generous man in the world? We bet you can guess.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
These New Earbuds Let You Adjust the Volume of Everything Around You
Wearable Tech

These New Earbuds Let You Adjust the Volume of Everything Around You

Doppler Labs' new invention can help you turn down the volume of a concert in real time.
Nina Zipkin
How Ecommerce Marketers Are Adapting to the Apple Watch
Ecommerce

How Ecommerce Marketers Are Adapting to the Apple Watch

Apple's ballyhooed watch offers new ways to connect with customers, if they allow your brand onto that little screen.
Eric Samson
Game Changer: The First 3-D Printed House Is Coming
3-D Printing

Game Changer: The First 3-D Printed House Is Coming

Just think, you can print up the house of your dreams for less than the cost of other new homes.
Google Wants to Count the Calories in Your Instagram Food Pictures
Social Media

Google Wants to Count the Calories in Your Instagram Food Pictures

One problem: Calorie-counting doesn't actually work all that well.
Kia Kokalitcheva
Password Statistics: The Bad, the Worse and the Ugly (Infographic)
Cybersecurity

Password Statistics: The Bad, the Worse and the Ugly (Infographic)

People have concerns about cybersecurity -- and with password habits like these, they should.
Carly Okyle
Is Your C-Suite Prepared for the Windows 2003 Apocalypse?
Cloud computing

Is Your C-Suite Prepared for the Windows 2003 Apocalypse?

Mark your calendars; the drop-dead date is July 14.
Jeff Denworth
Here's How One Ousted Founder Will Get His Revenge
Apps

Here's How One Ousted Founder Will Get His Revenge

You're going to like the way you app.
John Kell
The First Products That Support Apple's HomeKit Have Arrived
HomeKit

The First Products That Support Apple's HomeKit Have Arrived

A year after Apple first announced it, you can finally buy products based on HomeKit
Steve Dent
Apple to Take on Spotify With $10 Monthly Streaming, Web Radio Programmed by Celeb DJs
Music

Apple to Take on Spotify With $10 Monthly Streaming, Web Radio Programmed by Celeb DJs

The company will announce a new music streaming service at its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday.
Geoff Weiss