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Every geek movie we're excited about in 2017

Super Bowl 50: See all the movie trailers that aired during the big game

The ads are as big a part of Super Bowl as the game itself, and the movie trailers unleashed during Sunday’s Broncos-Panthers match-up are no …

Film Industry

Home Depot confirms months-long hack

Home Depot on Monday confirmed that hackers indeed broke into its payment systems -- maybe as far back as April.<p>Home Depot (HD)'s hack might be even bigger than Target (TGT)'s was last year. In Target's case, hackers slipped in for three weeks and grabbed 40 million debit and credit cards. Hackers …

Who's monitoring the dark web?

Cyber crime expert Brian Krebs noticed an underground shop's credit card dump online before Home Depot was aware of being hacked.

Stolen credit card price tag: $102

When retailers are breached and your data becomes vulnerable, it's often floating around the dark web.

Welcome to the Age of Hacks

Why are we all getting hacked? It's simple economics.<p>Criminals want our data. Yes, even yours. It's more valuable than you think.<p>Celebrities like Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton are a special case. Hackers target them for nude photos, because their private lives are prized treasure for creeps.<p>For …

Home Depot: 56 million cards exposed in breach

Home Depot confirmed Thursday that hackers exposed 56 million credit and debit cards during its months-long security breach.<p>The company also said it had eliminated the malware behind the attack from its payment systems.<p>Card readers that encountered the malware, which Home Depot said was a custom …

7 safety tips from hackers

It's easy to get hacked. And yes, it can happen to you.<p>Follow this advice from actual hackers, and you'll be a lot safer online.<p><b>1. Turn off your phone's Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.</b> Hackers are religious about this. Keeping these features "on" all the time makes it easy for strangers to slip into your …

26 Stunning Images You Won't Believe Were Found On Google Street View

He created a Tumblr, 9-eyes — named after the 9 cameras Google Street View uses— where he curates the best images he finds.<p>Rafman says sometimes he picks a location and "just wanders," captivated by what he sees.<p>He also doesn't document where exactly the photos were taken.<p>He told The New York Times …

Google Street View

How much do coders make? Check out this data from around the country

Advertisement<p>10 Comments<p>Credit: Maga/Shutterstock<p>iOS rules the roost and beats Android, Bay Area coders get paid the most, and Node.js developers are …

Sony's SmartWatch 3 lands in Google Play as 'coming soon' for $249

If you're looking to have a sleek bit of Sony on your wrist, you may be in luck. Google Play has begun listing the Sony SmartWatch 3 as "coming soon" …

Google releases Android 5.0 Lollipop SDK and system images

With Android 5.0 Lollipop officially announced and the first release coming on November 3, we were waiting for this. Google has released the Android …

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 4 getting a minor update right out of the box

T-Mobile is pushing out an update to the newly-released Samsung Galaxy Note 4 that includes some minor improvements and fixes. These include …

Android 5.0 Lollipop SDK 21 Is Now Available – Developers, Start Your Downloads

On Wednesday, Google teased developers and enthusiasts by officially announcing Lollipop, but chose to delay the release of anything substantial for …

Android 5.0 SDK and preview images for Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 now available

Just as promised earlier this week, Google released today the SDK for Android 5 Lollipop, as well as preview images for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013).<p>Google released the final API level 21 and the Android 5.0 SDK, but the images are not final end-user images, as we were hoping.<p>Here’s where you can …

Will my device receive Android Lollipop?

The arrival of a new Android OS version leaves us all asking one big question – will my device receive the update?<p>To help narrow down your search we have put together a master list of all the devices which will be receiving Android Lollipop at some point in the future. We’ll be updating the list …

According to a new FCC filing, Sprint will carry the Galaxy Note Edge

For a device that is going to be very limited at launch, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is going to be available in a lot of places. We already know it …

Galaxy Note

FCC starts the process for making '5G' gigabit mobile data a reality

We're barely seeing 4G take hold here in the States and the FCC has begun the process to push into 5G for mobile data. The government's communications council voted unanimously to start looking into accessing the higher-than-24GHz frequency spectrum that was previously thought to be, as <i>Reuters</i> …

Anonymous app Whisper denies tracking claims

<b>The editor of Whisper, an app for people to share secrets anonymously, has angrily denied reports that it has been tracking users and sharing data.</b><p>The Guardian newspaper claims Whisper has an in-house tool which can track the locations of all its users.<p>This includes some who have specifically opted …

MasterCard And Zwipe Unveil Credit Card With Fingerprint Scanner

MasterCard partnered with Zwipe to create the world’s first credit card that combines biometric authentication and contactless payment technology. Financial institution Sparebanken DIN of Norway conducted a live pilot of the Zwipe MasterCard over the last few months.<p>For security purposes, the …

iPad Air 2 vs. iPad Air and older 9.7-in iPads: Worth the upgrade?

Before we jump in, let's break down exactly which iPads we're going to be looking at:<p>iPad Air 2<br>• iPad Air<br>• 4th-gen iPad<br>• 3rd-gen iPad<br>• iPad 2<br>• iPad<p>For each …

Android Exec Says Google Will Loosen Reins on Watches, TVs and Cars Over Time

Restrictions may ease as Google sees how new areas use its technology.<p>Google is taking its versatile Android operating system into new places, like cars and watches and TVs. As part of that process, it’s also severely curtailing the degree to which hardware makers can tinker with the core parts of …