Features by Queena Kim
Posted In: passwords, online security
Finally, there could be an end to the agony of having to remember dozens of passwords as Twitter offers two-factor authentication.
Posted In: Yahoo!, Yahoo, tumblr, acquisition, Mergers and Acquisitions
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: Facebook, IPO, social network
Facebook's initial stock offering was a debacle for the company and the NASDAQ, but things are looking up
Posted In: bitcoin, Homeland Security
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, dwolla
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: Google, siri
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, workplace culture
What does Google’s Bring Your Parents to Work Day say about the larger culture there?
Posted In: internet access, Syria Internet
Three factors contribute to the ease of turning the web off.
Posted In: Google Glass, Google, Silicon Valley
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: YouTube, paywalls, online video
YouTube is set to start charging a monthly fee for certain video channels. But most content will still be free.