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Tony Fadell Out as Nest CEO; Former Charter CTO Marwan Fawaz In

It's no small secret that Nest is struggling a bit. The startup was acquired by Google in 2014 for $3.2 billion, but its sales have not been blowing up as much as Google had likely hoped they might.

Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter and Pinterest Were Hacked, His Simple Password Revealed

The not-from Zuckerberg tweet on his timeline suggests that the Facebook CEO's password was simply 'dadada,' and it told anyone reading to simply direct message the account to obtain additional proof of the hack.

Snapchat Tops Twitter in Daily Users

Step aside, Twitter: 4-year-old Snapchat has surpassed Jack Dorsey's microblogging service in daily usage, according to a report from Bloomberg.

Majority of U.S. Adults Get News From Social Media

Reddit has the largest number of users who say they get their news on the site at 70 percent, followed by Facebook users at 66 percent and Twitter at 59 percent.

Microsoft Bans Stupid Passwords

As long as we use alphanumeric passwords, people will always try to safeguard personal data with codes like '123456' or 'password.'

GoDaddy's New App Will Help You Evaluate Your Business Ideas

To start a business, you have to have an idea. And while ideas are easy to come by, ideas that translate into a new, successful business model can be a bit trickier.

Microsoft Sells Feature Phone Biz as Nokia Returns to Mobile

Microsoft, however, says it intends to continue developing Windows 10 Mobile and support to Lumia phones and devices.

PC Market Slumps to Lowest Point Since 2011

Two-in-ones were a bright spot in the market, but Q1 shipments of all other categories were 'weak,' Canalys says.

Viv, Siri Creator's New AI Platform, Can Almost Think for Itself

The brainchild of Dag Kittlaus is less of a chatbot and more artificial intelligence that can think for itself.

Dropbox Cuts Perks, But Not a $100,000 Chrome Panda

'We're keeping the panda as a company-wide reminder of the importance of both our past and future in thoughtful spending -- but it's just one example,' read Dropbox's email.

IBM Is One of the World's Biggest Patent Trolls

Every tech company around is probably paying money to IBM based entirely on its massive patent portfolio.

YouTube Videos Can Now Earn Money During Content Disputes

Previously, you wouldn't get anything from a video's advertising if someone else claimed that it violated their copyright.

Google Calendar for Android Helps You 'Find a Time' for Meetings

Google wants to make the process of coordinating your next get together a little less painful.

Google Reportedly Building In-House Startup Incubator, 'Area 120'

Teams of Google employees with great business ideas will be able to pitch Google for funding and free time to work on them.

Report: Apple Settles Siri Suit for $25 Million

The lawsuit says Siri was developed by researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.