With cybercrime projected to reap some $6 trillion in damages by 2021, and businesses likely to invest around $1 trillion over the next five years to try to mitigate that, we’re seeing a rise of startups
Have you ever made a mistake in business? Have you ever been afraid of failing in your career? Whether living with the self-judgment of past mistakes or anticipation of something that might befall you
Andy Rubin, the creator of Android — arguably the widest distributed operating system in the world — left Google a few years back to start a hardware incubator with a $300 million fund called Playground.
Surround and conquer is Facebook’s new strategy for getting people to switch from SMS to Messenger. You can now read and send old-school text messages from inside Facebook Messenger for Android. With near-global
Judges rule that the FCC's Open Internet Order is legal and valid. An appeals court in Washington DC has upheld the FCC's Open Internet Order, affirming that Net Neutrality can live to fight another day.
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Hit play to hear the portion of President Obama's remarks that address the debate over using terms such as "radical Islam." Updated at 8:55 p.m. ET. He called it yapping, loose talk, and sloppiness. President
Lawyers for Donald Trump say there is "no legitimate reason" to release video of the businessman testifying at a deposition in one of two class-action lawsuits filed against his real estate investing Trump
Following a tidal wave of leaks over the past few weeks, the OnePlus 3 smartphone is now officially announced and available. The new phone, which can be purchased direct from OnePlus starting today, has
Apple’s Siri is growing up and opening up. But will we forgive the bumbling voice assistant for its weak first five years? The iPhone’s talking pal Siri has, to date, been about as helpful as an umbrella
Alibaba’s Jack Ma: The problem with counterfeits is they’re “better quality” than authentic luxury goods
At Alibaba’s first-ever investor day since going public in 2014, Jack Ma, the Chinese e-commerce giant’s founder and CEO, addressed his company’s counterfeit problem—or sort of did. He shifted blame away