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Apple might let you unlock your Mac with an iPhone and Touch ID

Apple is working on an OS X feature that would allow Mac computers to be unlocked using an iPhone's fingerprint reader and Touch ID, according to a report from <i>MacRumors</i>. This auto-unlock feature may be included in the next big Mac OS refresh, which is set to be previewed in June at Apple's WWDC and …

New rules allow anyone to invest up to $2,000 a year in startups

The SEC has finally opened up crowdfunding to the masses<p>Way back in 2012, Barack Obama signed the JOBS Act into law. Part of the legislation was aimed at making it easier for average people to invest in startups, potentially reaping the rewards on the next Facebook, upside which until now has been …

Ford Will Soon Be Making Car Parts Out Of CO2 Pollution

The shift could reduce petroleum by more than 600 million pounds a year. “There’s 30 pounds of foam in a typical vehicle, and 300 pounds of plastic,” …

Pollution

Tesla Call Cheap-Labor Allegations 'Totally Unacceptable'

Tesla's reputation came under fire over the weekend after a report from <i>The Mercury New</i>s claimed the car company had used cheap foreign labor to build one of its new facilities.<p><i>The Mercury News</i> alleged that Tesla contractor Eisenmann and subcontractor ISM Vuzem hired more than 140 workers from …

Oil prices rise on Nigeria, Venezuela disruptions

NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices hit six-month highs on Monday on worries about global supply outages and as long-time bear Goldman Sachs sounded more positive on the market, although a stockpile build at the U.S. storage hub for crude futures limited gains.<p>Expectations of resumption in oil …

Apple buy sign of change at Buffett's Berkshire

Today’s Berkshire Hathaway isn’t your grand-dad’s Berkshire.<p>Berkshire’s frontman is still billionaire investor Warren Buffett, now 85. But change is afoot at the giant conglomerate, witnessed by a more aggressive move into areas of the stock market that Buffett once steered clear of -- such as tech …

Investing