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Security bugs in the password manager that could have led to passwords being stolen were fixed in less than day, according to the researcher who found them.
We talk about the upcoming version of Android, Uber's CEO sticking around, and music and VR at SXSW.
The country's push towards the cashless economy continues.
James Tiberius Kirk won't be born for more than 200 years, but when he gets here, he'd probably like an Enterprise beer bottle opener.
European Space Agency researchers print a tiny igloo and a wall corner out of fake Mars dust -- and they look like something you wouldn't want to step in.
The Kindle for iOS app's latest update adds the feature to Apple's native browser, though it's been available in Chrome and Firefox.
The bug may cause the engine to stall at very low speeds.
You almost always get a bullseye with this moving dartboard created by YouTuber and former NASA engineer Mark Rober.
The victims were a social network and an "internet-related services" company, according to the feds.
If you want one, you'll have to pay through the wazoo on the secondhand market.
Any upgrade to any bus is a welcome one.
The professional network revamps its news feature to try to keep members on the site longer as part of its ongoing redesign efforts.
This is just the thing for those times when an onscreen keyboard won't do. Plus: Serious savings on a VR drone!
Software giant Adobe helps Amazon's digital assistant get more personal by employing a whole lot of data.
The search giant introduces a feature that lets you share your location or route with friends.
LG Pay is set to debut via the G6 flagship phone on LG's home turf in the third quarter.
But don't expect a mini Amazon Echo or Tap in your pocket.
From CNET Magazine: What if the next pill you took were tailored to your genetic makeup? That day is almost here.
Indian IT firms adjust their visa strategies in the US as the government begins accepting foreign work applications next month.
Google released a developer version of Android O, and here are some of our favorite features and why you should actually care.