Apple introduced the two-factor authentication option for securing your iCloud accounts today.
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Qpid believes they can help improve doctor productivity by making the new electronic health records system much easier to use.
Microsoft revealed today that a number of its Xbox Live accounts were hacked. According to the company, the hackers were able to gain access by using a number of social engineering tactics.
A new botnet attacking display advertisers is able to mimic humans so as to fly under the radar of bot-watching algorithms.
Google wants you to have more opportunities to share your Hangouts, so it introduced a new camera app to the video chatting tool that lets you take one-click pictures while your chats are in session.
Liquid Robotics sent an autonomous wave-riding vehicle across the Pacific Ocean in 2012, and is now planning what to do with its $45 million fifth round of funding.
Pebble, the smartwatch that has gotten a lot of hype from its Kickstarter campaign, will release a software developer kit so developers everywhere can create "watch faces" for the device.
THX, a sound company created by George Lucas, is suing apple saying it is using a speaker patent THX owns.
Two California men allegedly stole up to $40,000 in Subway gift cards by selling the franchise point of sale computers with remote login tools installed.
National Security Letters allow the government to secretly request information about you from companies you're associated with. A judge ruled them unconstitutional today.
While on the phone congratulating China's new president Xi Jinping on his appointment, President Obama reportedly slipped in some conversation around cyber security and intellectual property theft.
Denmark's Wantr, a company that alerts you when your favorite stores get new items, raised $600,000 in seed funding today.
Matthew Keys, the social media deputy editor, was indicted today for giving Anonymous hackers access to his former employee's servers.
Google Reader may not be seeing any more cash come its way, but this sampling of startups are rolling in it.
Endgame, the security software solution that looks at "billions" of data points to give you actions to take while an attack is happening, received $23 million in funding today and a new board member -- the former director of the NSA.
Google is shutting down Google Reader on July 1. Are you as sad as we are?
Apple marketing exec Phil Schiller isn't afraid to say how he feels about Android anymore. He criticized the platform today, ahead of Samsung's Galaxy S IV event in New York tomorrow.
Shortly after the newest Pope stood on the balcony of St. Peter's Basilica, the Catholic Church tweeted out his arrival.
500friends raised $5 million for its software-as-a-service loyalty program that picks out your highest value customers.
Google acquired DNNresearch today to help it with its technology's understanding of voice and image queries.