A group of German hackers claimed to have cracked the iPhone fingerprint scanner on Sunday, just two days after Apple launched the technology that it promises will better protect devices.
Scotland Yard was the first to use fingerprinting to catch criminals. Now, it's criminals turn to break into Apple iPhone's fingerprint sensors.
Starting next week, hedge funds will be allowed to advertise. That's good news for the suffering sector, but it will have to fight some stiff headwinds.
The Nasdaq is up big this year, but the companies leading the gains may not be the ones you think.
Though known for lucrative employee perks, Silicon Valley companies now offer employees meditation courses. Omm!
"We sold our Apple a few days after they showed the new iPhones," Light Street Capital's Glen Kacher says.
The founder of McAfee Inc. is back, taking meetings, speaking at events and promoting ventures. "When I'm idle," he said, "I get in trouble."
Google is offering its employees meditation and mindfulness courses, hoping to increase innovation. Former software engineer at Google, Chade-Meng Tan describes his courses and how employees are benefiting. Kenny Polcari of O'Neil Securities is guided in meditation.
Lots of well-known names have recently announced IPO plans, including the owners of the Empire State Building.
Hackers are gearing up for iPhone 5S release with a contest to crack its fingerprint scanner.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has made a plea to investors to support his vision of the company as a unified devices and services powerhouse.
Hackers are gearing up for Friday's release of the iPhone 5S, aiming to be the first to crack the device's first-ever fingerprint scanner.
Big data is being disrupted. It's landing in the hands of the masses, cutting out traditional tech giant middlemen like Oracle and Microsoft.
Life at the Googleplex just keeps getting more interesting.
Zuckerberg said government surveillance hurt users' trust in Internet companies and that knowing more about the programs would help relieve public concerns.
CNBC's Robert Frank and Jon Fortt focus on some hot headlines. Google announced a new company that will focus on health and well-being; Apple sees positive reviews on its new iPhone; and Starbucks' Schultz says guns are not welcome in his stores.
Tesla Motors is working to produce a car capable of running on "auto-pilot" within the next three years, CEO Elon Musk said.
BlackBerry launched its new Z30 flagship smartphone on Wednesday, as it battles to win back market share despite uncertainty around its future.
The lesson from the communications giant is that in the nascent multipolar world, global leaders must excel in both advanced and emerging nations.
Twitter's IPO brings an array of questions, not least of which is a puzzling valuation picture compounded by questions over where it goes from here.