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As early as March, hackers breached the computer network of LoopPay, a start-up that was acquired by Samsung in February, NYT reports.
Every time we click or swipe, 'like' or search, we're creating a digital footprint, sometimes called the "Code Halo™". It's a huge repository of information that provides businesses with a powerful tool to predict what customers want, when they want it, perhaps before they even know they want it.
The FAA will test new safety and security-related technology to detect and track rogue drone flights around U.S. airports
Google formally announced a new initiative to ensure that news articles load more quickly on the Web, The New York Times reports.
Be careful whom you connect with on LinkedIn, NBC News reports.
A cybersecurity official said the U.S. government won't be able to prevent companies from developing more powerful encryption.
Apple should take the opportunity to acquire GoPro now, said Ross Gerber, CEO and president of Gerber Kawasaki, on Wednesday.
Uber is focusing its legal efforts on learning more about an Internet address that it has persuaded a court could lead to identifying the hacker.
Sony has acquired an image sensor company in a move which highlights the firm's focus on its rapidly-growing semiconductor unit.
Amazon Web Services VP Andy Jassy unveiled a new set of database tools and services to help big enterprises migrate to the cloud.
Microsoft's Surface devices have been on the scene awhile, but the tech giant is making waves with its new laptop-tablet hybrid.
U.S. venture capital firms saw a steep decline of funds raised in the third quarter, according to a report released Wednesday.
Samsung shares surged on Wednesday after the South Korean technology giant's third quarter earnings guidance blew past expectations.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have become the first professional sports team to fund a tech incubator, sprinkling $120,000 among 10 start-ups.
Twitter and Alphabet have launched an open source code that allows faster loading of content-heavy Web pages on smartphones.
Jet.com, the discount shopping site, will get rid of its $50 annual membership fee to attract more customers. Re/code reports.
Marc Andreessen, Andreessen Horowitz, discusses what the future of drone technology will look like. Also, his take on the 2016 presidential race.
These are the changes Lowercase Capital's Chris Sacca would like to see on Twitter's board.
LA-based indie band Milo Greene talks about the music industry in the digital age at the Culture Collide Music Festival in San Francisco.
A ruling on deemed a key transatlantic data transfer agreement has the potential to be a "nightmare", the founder of Wikipedia told CNBC.
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