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  • Fed Hack Attack

    CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the Federal Reserve says a recent hack attack did not affect any "critical operations." Pat Calhoun, McAfee senior VP for network security, discusses how hacking can be prevented and who the most dangerous hackers are.

  • European Parliament building in Brussels, Belgium.

    American companies aspire European region to boost its profit in 2013 after years of weakness.

  • Fiorina on Rumors of HP Break Up

    Hewlett-Packard has not officially commented on rumors circulating about the company breaking up, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt. Carly Fiorina, former Hewlett-Packard CEO, provides her own perspective.

  • Execs Number 1 Fear: Cyber Hacks

    CNBC's Mary Thompson reports nearly 9 out of 10 of the 258 executives surveyed by AIG consider cyber attacks a bigger threat than losing income, property damage and even blackouts.

  • Several BlackBerry watchers are honing in on a potential problem -- the absence of several big apps may spell trouble for the company's new smartphone.

  • The SEC will host a public meeting that should capture the attention of every entrepreneur, investor and job seeker, writes this pro.

  • In a strong move to protect the privacy of Americans as they use the Internet on their smartphones and tablets, the FTC said the mobile industry should include a do-not-track feature in software and apps and take other steps to safeguard personal information.

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    Symantec begs to differ with The New York Times' suggestion that it might be partially to blame for a security lapse that missed most of the intrusions from China.

  • Research in Motion (RIM) CEO Thorsten Heins speaks during the BlackBerry Jam 2012 conference at the San Jose Convention Center on September 25, 2012 in San Jose, California.

    Research In Motion is back on the map just as it prepares to launch a new BlackBerry. Yet the question most observers appear to be asking is: is it too little, too late?

  • Apple Store NYC

    There are more stormy waters ahead for Apple and the company will have to make some sacrifices to stay on top, writes this expert.

  • Blackberry 10

    CNBC's Steve Liesman ran into a senior executive of Blackberry at the World Economic Forum in Davos and got a demonstration of the Blackberry 10.

  • IBM

    IBM reported quarterly earnings and revenue Tuesday that exceeded analysts' predictions. Shares rose after-hours.

  • Facebook just made a potentially game-changing announcement that may have long-term implications for the technology industry, The New York Times reported.

  • india earns wipro-1967774272_v2.jpg

    India's No.3 software services provider Wipro posted an 18 percent gain in quarterly profit, joining bigger rivals Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys in reporting better-than-expected earnings.

  • Who's Hiring? The Global Outlook

    Tony Roy, president of Career Builder EMEA, tells CNBC that Indian employers will lead hiring in 2013, while software sector operators are most in demand.

  • Java

    Oracle said it is preparing an update to address a flaw in its widely used Java software after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security urged computer users to disable the program.

  • Have you heard the one about the penguin in the sombrero? Here are 25 of the most outrageous interview questions!

  • AOL offices in Palo Alto, Calif.

    AOL is eyeing opportunities to take share in the mapping apps space from Apple and Google, CEO Tim Armstrong told CNBC on Wednesday.

  • Toyota presents an experimental automated car at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Toyota's AASRV Lexus demonstrates a variety of vehicle safety technologies in development, from seeing a potential problem 500 feet away to knowing the difference between a red and green light.

  • Psy

    We nearly ran out of Twinkies and bacon, and Snooki from the “Jersey Shore” gave birth – all apocalyptic signs if there ever were any – and yet, the world didn’t end in 2012. Here’s a look back at some of the weirder moments of 2012 and what we learned from each one.

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