President Barack Obama launched a new sanctions program on Wednesday to target individuals and groups outside the United States that use “malicious” cyber attacks to threaten U.S. foreign policy, national security or economic stability.
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YouTube pioneer Michelle Phan, who built a business empire around her popular makeup tutorials, on Tuesday debuted a global online network devoted to beauty, fashion and lifestyle that features original series by her and other creators.
Are you tired of your Android, BlackBerry or Windows Phone? Do you have iPhone envy? Then Apple has a deal for you! You can now trade in your non-iPhone smartphone at an Apple Store for a credit toward a new iPhone. Previously, Apple only accepted iPhones as trade-ins.
A new feature on Facebook called Scrapbooks gives proud parents a way to organize all those babies, kids and animal images by giving each beloved one their own tag.
In November, CBS 5 Investigates uncovered a large number of Arizona college students paying others to do their homework or complete their online exams. But two Arizona natives have created a solution to catch people in the act.
Here’s the rundown on the Microsoft’s new Surface 3, a thinner, smaller, and less expensive version of its suddenly successful Surface Pro 3 PC-tablet.
Aston Martin has been to the brink of bankruptcy more than a few times in its 100-year history.
In what he calls the “fourth quarter” of his presidency, President Barack Obama is adding some new members to his White House team. The President announced the creation of a new role, White House Chief Digital Officer.
Google Inc said it hired Ruth Porat, chief financial officer at Morgan Stanley, as its own finance chief, a move signaling that the search engine company may be looking to bear down on fast growing expenses.
Instagram has released a brand new app called Layout. The free app, available just for iOS right now, lets you make mini-collages of photos. It makes it possible to cram multiple cats, babies, sunsets and beach shots into a single Instagram-ready square image.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak this week spoke out about his Artificial Intelligence fears. “Computers are going to take over from humans,” the 64-year-old told the Australian Review. But that’s far from a prediction.
Boeing has been granted a patent for a force field-like defense system, leading excited sci-fi fans to herald the advent of something previously seen only in the realms of “Star Wars” or “Star Trek.”
What on Earth did we do with ourselves before Twitter? It may be a challenge to remember, as the social media giant celebrates its ninth anniversary.
While women make up 48 percent of the U.S. workforce, they hold only 24 percent of the science, technology, engineering and math jobs. The Las Vegas Women in Technology Awards are designed to honor women already succeeding the field, while encouraging younger girls to consider a STEM career.
Doug Trudeau of Tucson, Ariz., became the first Realtor in the country to receive a waiver from Federal Aviation Administration regulations, permitting him to fly his three-pound Phantom 2 Vision+ quadcopter to take photos and videos of real estate.
Police on Friday arrested a 12-year-old Colorado girl accused of trying to kill her mother twice by poisoning her with bleach for taking away her iPhone, authorities said.
Tesla Motors Inc will soon offer upgrades including hands-free steering on its Model S sedan, Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said on Thursday, but the news did not help the electric carmaker’s volatile shares which fell more than 2 percent.
Facebook has defriended its “feeling fat” emoticon, announcing Tuesday that the option did not fit the spirit of its “How are you feeling?” prompt.
Scientists are developing smart contact lenses embedded with miniscule mirrors that can magnify your vision by almost three times.
Finally, the long-awaited flying car is almost here.
Apple Inc’s much-hinted-at TV service may soon become a reality as the iPhone maker is in talks with programmers to offer a slimmed-down bundle of TV networks this fall, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Thirty percent of adults in the United States have taken steps to hide their information from government surveillance programs monitoring phone and electronic communications, a Pew Research Center survey said on Monday.
Facebook has updated its “community standards” for its 1.4 billion users, getting super-specific about what is and isn’t allowed on the social network.
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