Features by Queena Kim
Posted In: Twitter, IPO
Twitter announced today -- over Twitter -- that it's going public. The news wasn't much of a surprise, but the way in which the company filed papers with the SEC is a bit of a mystery.
Posted In: cybersecurity, hacking, hackers
It's easier to hack the human mind than a computer network. Here's a case study that shows how it's done.
Posted In: encryption, data, Google
Google says it’s going to boost its encryption efforts to better safeguard our data. It can't promise to keep us totally secure, but the effort's worth plenty of PR points.
Posted In: tv, late night, talk shows
The late night host and comedian returns to TV with a new CBS talk show.
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.