Technology

Germaphobes, Rejoice! Boeing Creates Airplane Bathroom That Cleans Itself.
Travel

Germaphobes, Rejoice! Boeing Creates Airplane Bathroom That Cleans Itself.

By killing germs, the method also keeps the stall from smelling like a truck-stop urinal.
We Could Be 3 Years Away From Secured Connected Cars, Automakers Say
Cars

We Could Be 3 Years Away From Secured Connected Cars, Automakers Say

While companies work out the kinks in self-driving vehicles' algorithms, hackers are still a huge concern.
Nina Zipkin
Video: This Cannon Shoots Nets to Take Down Pesky Drones
Drones

Video: This Cannon Shoots Nets to Take Down Pesky Drones

Shoulder-mounted net launcher weighs 22 pounds and runs on compressed gas but does reportedly offer a 100-meter range with an 8-second reload time.
Amazon Drops Encryption Feature in Fire Tablet Software
Amazon

Amazon Drops Encryption Feature in Fire Tablet Software

Privacy advocates and some users criticized the move, which came to light on Thursday as Apple Inc. was waging an legal battle over unlocking an iPhone.
Tech Companies to Apple: We've Got Your Back
Apple

Tech Companies to Apple: We've Got Your Back

The rare display of unity and support from Apple's sometime-rivals showed the breadth of Silicon Valley's opposition to the government's anti-encryption effort, a position endorsed by the United Nations human rights chief.
The Savvy SEO's Guide to Backlink Analysis
SEO

The Savvy SEO's Guide to Backlink Analysis

Here is an easy process that you can commit to executing regularly instead of overwhelming yourself with unnecessary steps.
Aaron Agius
The Super Bowl of Drone Racing Will Offer $1 Million in Prize Money
Drones

The Super Bowl of Drone Racing Will Offer $1 Million in Prize Money

The first ever World Drone Prix will take place on March 11 and 12 in Dubai.
John Gaudiosi
AOL Co-founder Jim Kimsey Dies at 76
Radicals & Visionaries

AOL Co-founder Jim Kimsey Dies at 76

Kimsey is remembered as a savvy businessman and generous philanthropist.
Nina Zipkin
Check Out the First Email Sent From Space
Technology

Check Out the First Email Sent From Space

The message was sent from an old MAC computer in 1991.
Lindsay Friedman
One-to-One Teaching Platform Savvy Launches, Tapping a $105 Billion Market
Online Education

One-to-One Teaching Platform Savvy Launches, Tapping a $105 Billion Market

Students and teachers schedule appointments and join live video chats through the platform.
Catherine Clifford
Video: Would You Follow a Robot Into a Fire? These Students Did.
Robots

Video: Would You Follow a Robot Into a Fire? These Students Did.

A study from the Georgia Tech Research Institute shows that humans will obey a robot's directions in an emergency situation, even if the machine had previously made mistakes.
Carly Okyle
The Obamas to Speak at SXSW 2016
SXSW

The Obamas to Speak at SXSW 2016

They will be the first sitting president and first lady to attend the festival.
Nina Zipkin
Young Entrepreneurs Are Applying the Power of Big Data to the Real World
Big Data

Young Entrepreneurs Are Applying the Power of Big Data to the Real World

While data has been collected for centuries, only in the last few decades have we had the computing power to put that data to practical use.
John Pilmer
7 Ways That Facebook Ads Can Rock Your Business
Marketing Bootcamp

7 Ways That Facebook Ads Can Rock Your Business

But first you have do your part to get those ad campaigns to actually produce results.
Mike Murphy