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Features by Queena Kim

Is two-factor authentication the death of the password?

Finally, there could be an end to the agony of having to remember dozens of passwords as Twitter offers two-factor authentication.
Posted In: passwords, online security

Yahoo spends a cool billion on cool

Marissa Mayer is looking to the Tumblr acquisition to help change the DNA of Yahoo, from old and tired to young and hip.
Posted In: Yahoo!, Yahoo, tumblr, acquisition, Mergers and Acquisitions

A look at Facebook a year after its IPO

Facebook's initial stock offering was a debacle for the company and the NASDAQ, but things are looking up
Posted In: Facebook, IPO, social network

Homeland Security freezes account linked to Bitcoin exchange

In a blow to the fledgling digital currency, U.S. government officials have frozen an account tied to the world's largest Bitcoin exchange.
Posted In: bitcoin, Homeland Security

Bitcoin blow: U.S. government freezes funds to trade the digital currency

The U.S. has made its first move to crackdown on Bitcoin, by using anti-money laundering laws to freeze funds of the biggest Bitcoin trading exchange.
Posted In: bitcoin, dwolla

Google speaks up on desktops and laptops

Google unveiled the next step in voice recognition technology today at its developers' conference. The race is on for computers to really understand us.
Posted In: Google, siri

Google invites parents to work

What does Google’s Bring Your Parents to Work Day say about the larger culture there?
Posted In: Google, workplace culture

Backlash against Google Glass rises

People are starting to rise up against the ‘smuggery’ of Silicon Valley -- even Valley insiders are taking shots on the web and on TV at those who created Google Glass.
Posted In: Google Glass, Google, Silicon Valley

Putting a price on YouTube

YouTube is set to start charging a monthly fee for certain video channels. But most content will still be free.
Posted In: YouTube, paywalls, online video

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