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Plus: Power over distance; cord-cutters grow; wearing computers wears out; floating for free; a phone in pieces; stick it to them.
And it is so easy to do these days there really isn't any excuse for not backing up your system.
Estimates of the severity of the bug's damage have mounted almost daily since researchers announced the discovery of Heartbleed last week.
Andrew W. Moore, a computer scientist and expert in robotics, will begin his duties in August.
The Heartbleed vulnerability is particularly insidious because it is a flaw in OpenSSL used to secure much of the Internet.
Elements of the decision became evident Friday, when the White House denied that it had any prior knowledge of the Heartbleed bug.
Unfortunately, CD capability is becoming rarer and rarer as people switch to digital media on their phones and computers.
The attacks subsided, providing what officials have described as a template to respond in other such cases.
Web surfers wonder whether they should change passwords to prevent theft of email accounts, credit card numbers and sensitive information.
Companies trying to keep ahead of hackers are finding the situation is growing increasingly complex.
Amazon Fire TV, plus: Lightning-fast Wi-Fi; go left, young man; cheap 3-D.
Their channel, babyteeth4, received more than 1 million views in a recent week.
Love is a fickle thing. Just ask 3-D printing stock investors.
Spare Key is one of the first Minnesota nonprofits to make an appeal to cryptocurrency holders, and is among a tiny but growing group.
Flight simulation programs are offering a chance to pilot safely.
The money was added to a billion-dollar-plus patent infringement award won in a five-year-old lawsuit against Marvell Technology Group.
The two warring titans of the smartphone and tablet industry will be back in federal court today.
Are you ready for the "XP Apocalypse" on April 8?
The Ambiance 2 is a premium table radio modeled after the ubiquitous (and expensive) Bose Wave radio.
Companies need to experiment with “moonshots” if they are to survive in today’s era of exponentially advancing technologies.
In today's Techman: Amazon Prime price rise and sniping over streaming video.