Features by Queena Kim
Posted In: hacking, hackers, hacktivism, hacktivists
Hackers often infiltrate corporate networks by hacking people, not software, tricking them into giving up passwords.
Posted In: silicon tally, Tech
86 percent, 1.63 inches, 30 meters underground, and 30 days: Can you guess what these numbers mean?
Posted In: iWatch, apple, Smart Watch, smartwatch
The next generation in mobile technology development: It's all in the wrist.
Posted In: Verizon, Vodafone
Today, Verizon Communications agreed to buy out Vodafone's 45 percent stake in its giant wireless unit for $130 billion.
Posted In: TV ads, online advertising
A wireless Internet-connected device that can block any TV ads -- will it change television?
Posted In: soviet union, Cold War, nuclear war, history
In the height of the Cold War, the U.S. and Soviet governments instituted a secure line of communication.
Posted In: Twitter, ticketmaster, big data
By hiring Nathan Hubbard, Twitter seeks to make revenue.
Posted In: Microsoft, Steve Ballmer
Ballmer has led the company at a difficult time for the tech giant, which has struggled to transition its products out of the PC era.
Posted In: health care, UPS, health insurance
It’s a common scenario. You and your spouse have jobs that offer health insurance. You both pick the better one. Well, UPS says they’ve got to cut that perk.
Posted In: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Internet, social media
Facebook's new connectivity mission dovetails nicely with Facebook’s primary business motivation, pursuing growth.