You probably knew that hackers could break into your email account and the NSA can listen in on your calls. But did you know that your home security system may be vulnerable to a cyberattack also?
Hackers can easily compromise the signals being sent by wireless sensors in newer security systems, potentially preventing those systems fr ...
In what’s sure to be a boost to the DIY movement, Amazon.com this week is launching a new service that lets users custom-build their own items, including earrings and bobblehead toys, using the latest 3D printing technology.
That’s right, folks. Through the magic of 3D-printed design, you, too, can create your own cool st ...
There’s a whole lotta hand-shaking going on in Silicon Valley and beyond these days.
Big companies are buying smaller companies at breakneck speed and paying out more money in deals of stratospheric proportions, setting up 2014 as the biggest year for mergers and acquisitions than any time since the Great Recession, according to ...
Ahead of the unveiling of a Senate bill tomorrow that would limit NSA spying, there’s also confirmation about an effect of the revelations of massive government surveillance: It’s changing the way lawyers and journalists do their jobs.
The House a couple months ago passed the USA Freedom Act, a bill that’s meant to r ...
Mobileye, an Israeli company that’s at the forefront of developing active safety features for vehicles, is scheduled to IPO on the New York Stock Exchange this week. The company makes software and cameras that help cars avoid accidents, and you can watch the roadshow here. The company expects to price shares at $17 to $19 a shar ...
“I’m familiar with your country; I love your country.”
— Rep. Curt Clawson, R-Florida, mistaking two senior U.S. officials for representatives of the Indian government — so, you know, their country is the same as his. Nisha Biswal and Arun Kumar, officials at the State Department and Commerce Department, respectively ...
Forget the iPod, the iPhone, the Mac and the iPad. What Apple's most famous for, in case you didn't know, is its rabid CIA-like corporate secrecy.
This is quite literally a place where the right hand doesn't know what the left Read More →
Further evidence that consumers are fast abandoning notebooks and desktop PCs in favor of other gadgets was provided Tuesday by International Data Corporation.
The research outfit reported that for the first time, tablet shipments this year should exceed notebook shipments, "as Read More →
When Theo O'Neill, an analyst who covers Tesla Motors, put a $100 price target on the stock recently, some people thought he was crazy.
But shares in Tesla blasted past $100 for the first time Tuesday, and this week the Read More →
"I've been thinking the Apple spaceship is going to get nicknamed the 'Death Star' because the project is so big and the timing is so bad."
— Jeff Matthews, hedge fund manager for Ram Partners, says "you just get Read More →
This week marks the grand opening of the Zero Net Energy Center in San Leandro - the very first commercial building retrofit to be recognized by the Department of Energy as "zero net energy."
The 46,000 square foot building will Read More →
There's a lot of talk in electric vehicle circles about where to put charging stations. Outlet malls? Cracker Barrels? Municipal garages? Airports?
It makes SO much sense.
The Redwood City Public Library's downtown location has a 240v ChargePoint charging station in the Read More →
Battery swap start-up Better Place announced Sunday that has filed a motion with an Israeli court to dissolve the company "in light of its failure to raise additional funds." Fortune first reported the likelihood of bankruptcy on Friday.
“This is Read More →
Just in time for your happy hour: Pat and Mike tumble through the Tumblr/Yahoo deal, talk about Mr. Cook going to Washington and debate whether New York Times columnist Joe Nocera was right when he called Cook a liar.
You won't Read More →