• Military still dealing with cyberattack 'mess'

    computer servers cyberattack

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    A key military email system remains offline, one week after a cyberattack that one Defense Department official described as "serious."

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    By Barbara Starr CNN Pentagon Correspondent
  • IOS 9 makes the iPhone a smarter smartphone

    Apple iOS9

    From Apple

    The trope used to be that Android was for nerds and iPhones were for technophobes.

  • Primordial soup of compounds found on comet

    Philae on Comet 67P


    Could life on Earth have been kick-started by a comet strike? A startling discovery by the Rosetta comet-chasing mission has added fresh evidence to suggest that it is possible.

  • Facebook is now the world's most-used tech product

    Facebook Lite easy app

    From Facebook

    Think Facebook is passé? Think again.

    At the end of June, nearly 1.5 billion people used Facebook at least once a month, the company reported on Wednesday. That's more than any other technology product in the world, including Microsoft's ubiquitous Wi...

  • Samsung misjudged high demand for its smartphone

    Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone

    Anthony Kwan/Getty Images

    Oops! Samsung hasn't been making enough of their flagship Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones.

    Samsung experienced "supply difficulties from higher-than-expected market demand for the Galaxy S6 Edge," the company said in a statement released alongside their se...

  • Amazon wants air space designated for drones

    Amazon Prime Air, drone

    Courtesy Amazon

    Amazon wants a piece of the sky.

  • Google Maps will help you avoid waiting in line

    wait times google maps

    Google via CNN

    Don't you hate waiting in long lines? Google knows how you feel.

  • YouTube's 'RAT,' or webcam slaving problem

    Cassidy Wolf

    JP Yim/Getty Images

    It's never been easier to learn how to hack, according to a new report.

    Digital Citizens Alliance, a nonprofit advocacy group, has uncovered thousands of YouTube videos teaching wannabe hackers how to gain access to victims' webcams and computers.

    One ...

  • Twitter's Jack Dorsey: We know we must be easier to use

    Jack Dorsey's beard

    Michael Kovac/Getty Images

    Twitter's main problem has been, in a nutshell: People who know how to use it, love it. Everyone else kind of scratches their heads.

  • How stoned are you? This app has the answer

    Stoned App

    Courtesy Bells Farm

    You smoked and you're stoned. But how high are you? Now there's an app for that.

  • Militarized AI arms race almost certain, says Hawking, others

    Phalanx CIWS

    "Phalanx CIWS test fire - 081107-N-5416W-003" by U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class William Weinert. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.

    A group of concerned scientists, researchers and academics, including Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking, have warned that a military artificial intelligence arms race could soon develop if preventative measures are not taken.

    A global arms race is "virtua...

  • Disney's Bob Iger: ESPN could be sold directly to consumers

    Disney CEO Bob Iger

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    ESPN, one of the most popular networks in cable, could one day be sold directly to consumers who are cutting the cord, Disney CEO Bob Iger believes.

    Iger said that Disney has even done some research into pricing for a stand-alone ESPN, but said the co...

  • Android phones can be hacked with a simple text

    Samsung Galaxy S II with Android


    Android phones can get infected by merely receiving a picture via text message, according to research published Monday.

  • Kim Kardashian tweets and Twitter's boss listens

    Kim Kardashian June 2015

    Rick Diamond/Getty Images

    Kim Kardashian is known for glamour but she has another concern: grammar.

  • Apple Watch coming to a Best Buy near you

    Apple Watch


    There's a new way to get the Apple Watch.

    Best Buy announced that the gadget will have a spot on its shelves starting Aug. 7.

    One hundred Best Buy stores will stock the Apple Watch at first. By the time holiday season rolls around, another 200 stor...

  • Apple pulls Google Nest smart thermostat from its shelves

    Google Nest smart thermostat

    Courtesy of Nest

    Apple wants its customers all to itself.

    The company pulled Google's Nest's smart thermostat from its website as well as online stores earlier this month.

  • Gmail messages can now self-destruct


    Courtesy Google

    Gmail just went all Snapchat on us. Dmail, a new Google Chrome plugin, gives you complete control over how long your recipient can view your email.

  • Can this Sony exec bring virtual reality to the masses?

    Shuhei Yoshida

    Christian Petersen/Getty Images

    He is the smiling corporate face of PlayStation.

    Shuhei Yoshida's official title is President of Worldwide Studios for Sony Computer Entertainment. That means he's in charge of the games Sony itself makes for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. But to...

  • The Earth from a million miles away

    NASA Earth July 20


    After wowing the world with the first-ever close-up images of Pluto, NASA has released another groundbreaking photo taken a little closer to home.

    This image is the first full view of the sunlit side of the Earth taken from one million miles away.


  • NASA's robot R2 needs your help

    NASA Robot 2

    Courtesy of NASA

    NASA's robot R2 needs your help getting a handle on things in space.

  • This is the tablet prisoners use



    Prisoners' connections to the outside world had long been relegated to an outdated technology: landline telephones.

  • Anime nerds trying to Google bomb ISIS

    ISIS file photo

    Her name is ISIS-chan. And she's how nerds around the world are trying to silence violent ISIS terrorist propaganda.

  • Hackable Chryslers need a software update


    William Walker/CNN

    Welcome to a future where cars -- like computers -- need urgent software updates.

  • YouTube redesign priority is 'mobile, mobile, and mobile'


    From YouTube

    The way you watch and create YouTube videos on your phone is about to change.

    YouTube is unveiling a redesign to its mobile app, visible right away on Android devices and coming soon to Apple devices.

    The app has a "streamlined design," YouTube says, w...

  • Chryslers can be hacked over the Internet

    2014 Jeep Cherokee

    From Chrysler

    A flaw in several Chrysler models lets hackers remotely control them over the Internet, posing an unprecedented danger for American drivers.

    Hackers can cut the brakes, shut down the engine, drive it off the road, or make all the electronics go haywir...


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