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It's the most wonderful time of the year ... for people trying to steal your identity.
By Emily Long
More than one third of all online purchases over the holidays will be made with smartphones.
By Sage Lazzaro
Revisiting the meeting in Snowbird, Utah where the Agile manifesto was born.
Probably if the traditional link between adult entertainment and technological progress still holds.
By Sean Cunningham
The Mckinsey Global Institute looks into how a technology-driven world will affect workers.
Wired profiles the Iranian-born Dara Khosrowshahi, whose immigrant experience shaped his success.
The hackers, called "Daeshgram," are sowing confusion and chaos among the terrorists.
Created by the founders of Vine, the app uses instant cash prizes to draw attention.
Falcon Heavy to launch in January.
By Robin Seemangal
MIT Technology Review says AI may be evolving faster than chipmakers.
ATLAS shows off agility in a new video.
OPSkins raised $41 million via crypto-currency to sell unique add-ons to the popular video game.
The social network plans to hire 10,000 new workers to deal with the problem.
He also hopes to find love along the way, according to new Rolling Stone profile.
The launch is expected to happen between 8 p.m. ET and 10 p.m. ET on Thursday.
The sensor is expected to improve the augmented reality apps and services.
The true meaning of the Markovian Parallax Denigrate is still unknown.
The Times writes that the breach has slowed work, damaged morale and resulted in many cyberattacks.
Defense Department's 'Urban Challenge' marked a watershed moment in auto history.
How blackhats use password breaches, phising and keylogging to hack.