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Homejoy shuts its doors

Jul 22, 2015
And what it could mean for the future of the sharing economy.
Posted In: startups, lawsuit, sharing economy
Riley Johnson is the executive director and co-creator of the online directory RAD Remedy.

An online directory aims to help transgender people

Jul 22, 2015
RAD Remedy is focused on helping transgender people find what they need.
Posted In: transgender, gender, database
In a driving experiment, two hackers were able to remotely control a Jeep Cherokee.

Imagine your car being hacked...while you're driving it

Jul 21, 2015
A new bill wants to protect you from this scenario.
Posted In: cars, auto industry, hackers

How's the Apple Watch doing? Wall St awaits clues

Jul 21, 2015
Apples reports third-quarter earnings Tuesday.
Posted In: apple, Earnings, apple watch
Ads can target consumers based on their previous Internet searches through online shopping platforms such as

Big data is following you

Jul 20, 2015
Cookies let retailers compile a dossier on shoppers — and resend the same ads.
Posted In: big data, advertisements, websites

Neko Case talks about her favorite guitar

Jul 17, 2015
...and how it helps her be a better singer.
Posted In: electric guitars, Music, festivals, Noise Makers

Silicon Tally: Amazon's tupperware party

Jul 17, 2015
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Office of Personnel Management Director Katherine Archuleta (L) testifying before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee about the OPM data breach in June. Archuleta resigned last week over the hacking.

Could those OPM hacks lead to security updates?

Jul 16, 2015
Some officials affected by the breach have the power to budget for improvements.
Posted In: OPM, data, social security numbers

Looking for change at Google

Jul 16, 2015
Wall Street is wondering whether the company can spend less.
Posted In: Google, revenue, growth
ConnectHome wants to grant low-income families access to high-speed broadband.

ConnectHome: Affordable subscriptions to the internet

Jul 15, 2015
Molly Wood talks to HUD Secretary Julián Castro.
Posted In: Julian Castro, Internet, broadband, low-income