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North Korean officials claim that the U.S. will suffer "serious consequences" if it doesn't partner up to investigate the recent Sony hack.
The company is offering free identity protection services to anyone affected by this fall's hack of Staples' point-of-sale systems.
The hack highlights how a country like the U.S. and its corporations are expected to run and how they actually do.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies thinks Elon Musk's futuristic, tube-based transport system can be built in a decade.
If Apple's ideas become reality, you could theoretically use the Touch ID sensor to manipulate the on-screen contents of an iPhone.
When setting up a wireless network for your business, these tips will help you work efficiently and protect your data.
Facebook will now automatically spruce up your photos for you, unless you want it to have a hands-off approach.
Samsung has claimed that the app has, at one point, hit more than 100 million users. Are they really doing that much chatting, though?
"We cannot have a society in which some dictator ... can start imposing censorship here in the U.S.," Obama said.
Malware and infrastructure used in the Sony hacks was used in other attacks pulled off by North Korea, the FBI said.
Given the interest in smaller computers, coupled with the introduction of microprocessors, the creation of a successful personal computer was probably inevitable. But it likely would have happened later if it wasn't for a couple of Ziff-Davis editors, who were looking for an attention-grabbing cover story.
A U.S. district judge suggested the plaintiffs' case against Google may be too vague for the suit to continue.
The Human Rights Campaign's Project One American aims to expand LGBT equality in Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi.
The next version of Google's Android could be built directly into your car, according to a new report.