Yahoo wants to free up inactive user IDs for those that want them — so you’d better log in before you loose yours.
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TechStars New York has fired managing director Eugene Chung just weeks before its next DemoDay.
Former Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein says that selling Palm to HP was a mistake.
Guest Post Technology is helping us do just about everything so much faster — so why aren’t we more productive?
Gorilla Glass in your car? Corning is trying to make it happen.
With its new Activation lock feature, Apple is making it a lot harder for thieves to resell stolen iPhones.
Apple is bringing Maps to the Mac with the next version of OS X.
If you’re trying to make it big as an app developer, Apple is showing yet again why you should be building for iOS.
In an attempt to scoop up business users of Sprint’s soon-dead Nextel network, AT&T says its bringing push-to-talk to the iPhone.
Amazon is throwing its weight behind 3D printing with a section of its website dedicated to the technology.
Edward Snowden hopes that Hong Kong will keep him safe from US extradition, but is he right?
PRISM leaker Edward Snowden’s employer is speaking out against his actions and says it plans to aid authorities in their investigations.
The NSA’s whistleblower is Edward Snowden, 29-year-old defense contractor.
According to the latest report, Google has beaten Apple and Facebook in the battle over GPS app Waze.
Researchers are still working on technology that would restore vision to those with diseases like glaucome and retinitis pigmentosa.
Glorified sexting app or not, Shapchat may be on the verge of raising a hefty funding round.
Hacktivist group anonymous is joining in on this week’s leaks with a leak of its own.
Foursquare has finally released a version of its app optimized for the screens of tablets and larger smartphones.
“Cybersecurity” can mean everything. And that’s exactly the problem.
In its ongoing quest to right some of the wrongs caused by Windows XP, Microsoft has taken down another massive botnot.
The White House is justifying domestic spying in the most unimaginative way possible: It’s all about protecting you from terrorism.
Editor’s Pick One of sad realities about our super connected digital age is while technology makes it easier for us to communicate, it also makes it easier for third parties to snoop on our conversations.
3D printing companies may be looking to acquire MakerBot, but it’s unlikely the company will sell.
With its new, smaller version of the One, HTC is shrinking its winning formula.
Microsoft will finally fill in Windows RT’s Outlook void with Windows 8.1 later this year.
Curated events list app YPlan is taking on some funding as it preps to expand beyond London.
Slowly but surely, Foursquare is becoming the business its investors always knew it could be.
Hoping to help fix the patent system, President Obama is proposing new legislative recommendations that could make life much tougher for patent trolls.
By buying Brinkmat, Delivery.com is continuing its expansion beyond food and into the world of dry cleaning.
Microsoft is starting off June with a series of announcements both big and small.
With Foxconn in tow, Mozilla’s Firefox OS ambitions are looking increasingly real.
Samsung’s 10-inch Galaxy Tab is equipped with Intel’s Atom processor — a major score for the chipmaker.
Our current password system is a flawed patchwork of semi-fixes, and companies are already looking at ways to replace it.
Linea thinks it can use algorithms to arrange your photos better than you can. And its raising $4 million to prove it.
Tumblr is finally bringing sponsored posts to the web Dashboard. Users are, in a word, unenthused.
With Windows 8.1, Microsoft is adding a bunch of new features as well as fixing some old ones.
Samsung’s miniaturized Galaxy S4 may be “mini” but that decrease in size also comes with a decrease in specifications.
In a quest to solve email overload, Google is revamping the way Gmail handles messages. But it’s not actually solving the problem.
With its own single sign-in service Amazon is showing that it wants to own you no matter where you sign-in online.
3D printing will come to the ISS in a big way in 2014.