Uber is misogynistic, says targeted journalist
Sarah Lacy, the journalist at the center of the latest Uber controversy, says the company has a pattern of misogyny.
FAA can regulate drones
NTSB rules that drones are aircraft and thus covered under current FAA rules controlling their flights.
Best Buy tells Amazon: Take that!
Best Buy shares skyrocket as the retailer proves it can do battle with Amazon.
Thiel: Uber 'most ethically challenged company in Silicon Valley'
PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel questioned whether Uber's aggressive tactics have gone too far.
Fund a mission to the moon on Kickstarter
For $90, you can bury stuff on the moon
Lunar Mission One Kickstarter project lets people donate $90 to put their personal memories on the moon.
Samsung to stop making so many damn phones
Samsung makes a whole lot of smartphones. It's going to cut way back on its lineup next year.
Here come the Apple Watch apps
The Apple Watch is still months away, but developers can start writing apps for the wrist starting today.
FBI's 10 most wanted cyber criminals
The FBI is raising the stakes in its hunt for hackers and cyber fraudsters. Meet the suspected cybercriminals the agency wants most.
Spy on Perez Hilton's texts
Viber's new feature, Public Chats, lets you in on real-time conversations between celebrity personalities and their friends.
Apple's Mac update fails to fix Wi-Fi problems
Apple's Mac update to fix Wi-Fi connectivity problems didn't solve the persistent problem.
Uber exec suggests digging up dirt on journalists
The exec thought the dinner was off the record. It wasn't.
Will Apple soon be worth $1 trillion?
Apple is the world's most valuable company. Could it top $1 trillion soon? Is that a sign of a new tech bubble? Or will Microsoft, Google or Alibaba beat Apple to the 12-zero level.
Congress to banks: Admit you've been hacked!
Congress tells banks that they must be more upfront with the public when they have been hacked.
Hackers attacked the U.S. energy grid 79 times this year
The U.S. energy grid is always getting attacked by hackers. They're coming dangerously close.
Are robots replacing jobs?
From factory floors to warehouses and hospital floors, humans are increasingly finding themselves working alongside robots, and the impact of robots in the workforce are only expected to grow.
Alfred: A butler for the 99%
Alfred: A butler for the 99%
Pittsburgh's robot renaissance
Pittsburgh is experiencing major economic growth due to a booming robotics industry.
FTC fines TRUSTe over privacy seal
Monday that between 2006 and 2013, it did not conduct annual inspections for every organization that brandishes its seal of approval.
Looking for a stock tip? Check the CEO's face
CEOs give away a lot of information when they speak. Facial recognition can help decode it for investors.
Aloe Blacc to Spotify: Pay songwriters more
Singer/songwriter Aloe Blacc says that songwriters deserve a bigger slice of the pie from streaming services like Spotify and Pandora.
Facebook is coming to your office
Facebook is working on "Facebook at Work," an office version for employee-to-employee communication at work.
Indian startup funding up 261%
Indian startup funding up 261%
Amazon is hiring drone pilots
Amazon is hiring engineers to test and help certify its experimental drone delivery system. Pilot's certification preferred, but not required.
IBM CEO is 3rd woman to join Augusta National
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty reportedly becomes member at Augusta National, which only accepted women members two years ago.
Twitter trashed with 'junk' rating from S&P
Ratings agency Standard & Poor's assigned a junk rating to Twitter's debt.
Best CEO of 2014: Apple's Cook or BlackBerry's Chen?
Apple is at an all-time high and Tim Cook deserves a lot of credit for that. But is John Chen's rescue of BlackBerry a more impressive feat?
Resurrecting drowned iPhones from the dead
Startup TekDry has created a machine that can dry out a waterlogged phone.
Should you buy the $99 PC from Walmart?
PC prices are now the lowest in history
Facebook unveils privacy settings 101
Facebook has unveiled a 'Privacy Basics' guide and a new data policy.
Is online privacy a lost cause?
Nine in 10 Americans believe they have no control over their personal information and most say there's nothing they can do about it.
Tech bubble 2.0? Nasdaq nearing 5,000 again
Are we about to have another tech bust? The Nasdaq is approaching a level where it last traded in March 2000 -- just before dot-coms crashed. But here's why it might be different now.
Samsung's Gear VR is virtual reality on the go
Samsung's new virtual reality headset runs off a smartphone -- and it's shipping in December.
YouTube to launch premium music streaming service
Soon you will be able to listen to some of your favorite music without ads on YouTube.
U.S. weather system hacked, affecting satellites
Hackers attacked the U.S. weather system in October, causing a disruption in satellite feeds and several pivotal websites.
Scared of cyberattacks? Buy this ETF
Investors now have an easy way to cash in on one of the hottest areas of the tech world: cybersecurity.
Netflix for iPhone now comes in higher high-def
Netflix's new iPhone 6 Plus app offers 1080p resolution for even higher high-definition viewing.
Hedge funds want 'one-night stand' with startups
Silicon Valley VCs are losing confidence for the first time in two years -- and they're blaming hedge funds for the market uncertainty.
Chelsea Handler Instagrams another nudie pic
Comedian Chelsea Handler has posted a second nude photo to protest Instagram's policy toward female nudity.
Jack Ma: Being rich is a 'great pain'
Being rich is good. But the founder of Alibaba said being too rich can be a pain.
Snapchat now warns you if another app saves your photo
Snapchat is taking a small step toward actually taking your privacy seriously.
Mark Cuban bets big on new video-sharing app
Vine competitor Ocho, a new video-based social networking app, launched on Tuesday, receiving $1.65 million in funding.
Keira Knightley thinks billionaire Silicon Valley nerds are weirdos
At an event in Silicon Valley, English actress Keira Knightley was reportedly shocked to discover wealthy tech billionaires wear Crocs to parties.
6.5 million SSNs hacked in 2014
So far this year, hackers have stolen at least 6 million Social Security numbers. It confirms how useless it is to prove your identity.
Zynga founder is now in the pot business
Tom Bollich founded Zynga in 2007. Now he's CEO of Surna, a company that helps marijuana growers.
Google leases massive Navy blimp hangar
Google signs 60-year lease with NASA for historic Hangar One, a massive blimp hangar near its headquarters.
The tech behind smart cities
From floating solar farms to streets that store energy, these tech concepts could drastically alter urban life, making cities smarter, safer and more efficient.
Steve Wozniak: The iPhone 6 is three years too late
Apple founder Steve Wozniak said Apple should have developed a bigger iPhone several years sooner.
'Airbnb for dogs' gets $25 million in funding
Dogvacay got a big chunk of money from the venture capital arm of Ontario's pension fund.
AT&T cancels plans for in-flight Wi-Fi network
AT&T will no longer build its in-flight 4G Wi-Fi network, sending Gogo's shares soaring.
Obama wants more regulation for the Internet
President Obama says the Internet is open, free and vital to society -- and should be more heavily regulated to ensure it stays that way.
Google wants to match your Ebola donation
Google will match every dollar donated in a $7.5 million public Ebola campaign with two more. The company pledges $10 million and co-founder Larry Page commits $15 million.
Apple finally lets iPhone defectors get texts again
Apple has rolled out a tool for iPhone expats to officially sever their ties with Apple's iMessage system.
Martha Stewart: 'I love 3-D printers'
Domestic queen Martha Stewart says she has embraced new technology when it comes to artisan crafting.
You might not need a mobile carrier by 2020
Now that Wi-Fi is everywhere and getting safer, you might not need a mobile carrier by 2020.
Virgin Galactic not pressing pause
The CEO of Virgin Galactic acknowledges it is a "tragic accident" but says he has confidence in the team, which is charting a path forward -- into space and into the future.
Virgin Galactic ticketholder No. 610 has 'no regrets'
At $250,000 dollars a ticket, the seats aboard a Virgin Galactic space flight are basically for the rich.
This is how your Gmail account got hacked
Google reveals how Gmail accounts get hijacked -- and the damage scammers do.
This suit will give you superhuman strength
Lockheed Martin's Fortis exoskeleton makes 30 pound items weightless. Laurie Segall reports.
Home Depot hackers stole 53 million emails, too
New details reveal that hackers stole 53 million email addresses, in addition to the 56 million credit and debit cards compromised.
Amazon's quirky Echo is Siri in a speaker
Amazon unveiled a new personal assistant device Thursday it's calling Amazon Echo.
Apps for kids collect shocking data
PrivacyGrade.org rates every Android app on privacy, and apps aimed at kids got the worst grades.
Mark Zuckerberg holds his first-ever public Q&A on Facebook
Mark Zuckerberg took on the public Thursday, holding his first-ever open Q&A session.
Peter Thiel on Tim Cook coming out: 'It was courageous'
The openly gay billionaire said the Apple CEO's decision to come out 'will make a difference.'
It's bring mom and dad to office day...seriously
LinkedIn says most parents don't offer their kids any professional advice because they don't understand what their children do at work. Bring In Your Parents day is an attempt to change that.
First look at Oculus's new VR goggles
CNNMoney's Laurie Segall checks out Oculus's prototype of the new virtual reality goggles called 'Crescent Bay.' CEO Brendan Iribe says that the consumer version of the device is 'many months away.'
Microsoft makes Office free on mobile
Microsoft Office is now free on mobile devices, including the iPad, iPhone and Android.
Apple Pay is a win for (smart) retailers
Stores that accept Apple Pay are investing for improved security -- and a better customer experience in the long run.
This suit will give you superhuman strength
The Fortis exoskeleton makes 36 pounds feel weightless and is being tested on C-130 production lines.
Nest CEO on culture of Apple vs. Google
Tony Fadell has worked for Apple and now is part of Google as a CEO of Nest. He describes the differences in the cultures of the two tech giants.
Uber program offers auto loans to subprime borrowers
Taxi hailing service Uber is facing criticism for its participation in an auto loan program offering financing to subprime borrowers.
This could be the future of virtual reality
Oculus VR's new prototype is more than a step in the right direction -- it immerses you in another world.
Does text therapy actually work?
Services like TalkSpace offer access to licensed therapists through a smartphone app. But are they successful?
Dropbox CEO on turning down Steve Jobs
Dropbox CEO Drew Houston talks to Laurie Segall about turning down an offer from Steve Jobs and why there is a gender pay gap in Silicon Valley.
The Star Trek communicator is real
Onyx is the real-life Star Trek communicator badge that Captain Picard and his crew wore on the Enterprise.
Nintendo wants to watch you sleep
The maker of Mario wants to monitor your sleep -- and then help improve it.
Former CEO: Tinder 'removes friction'
Tinder co-founder Sean Rad sat down with CNNMoney in the spring to talk about love and how the app has changed the dating game.
New Jawbone tracker takes your heart rate
The newest wearable from Jawbone has the ability to tell if you're dehydrated, stressed or tired. Unfortunately, it can't do it all those things right now.
Google Calendar now auto-creates events
The new Google Calendar for Android automatically creates new events based on your email.
Emoji who? Riffsy is the new guy in town
Startup Riffsy lets you text GIFs with just one tap. It raised $3.5 million in funding after launching just over a month ago.
Disney deal brings together tech rivals Apple and Google
Now you can watch "Frozen" on Android
Priceline gets slammed on weak outlook
Online travel giant Priceline has hit some turbulence. Europe's weak economy is a problem. And Ebola could be a risk too. But is the sell-off an overreaction?
Amazon offers unlimited photo storage
The latest Amazon Prime perk? Free, unlimited photo storage.
Black emojis are coming
All Emojis are yellow, but soon they'll be pink, brown and black.
Tinder founder stripped of CEO title
Tinder's Sean Rad has been forced out as CEO and is now the dating app's president, according to
What your $500 iPad costs to make
Apple's iPad Air 2 retails starting at $499. CNNMoney takes a look at what it costs to build piece by piece.
3-D-printed organs are on the way
Biotech companies are closer than ever to producing human organs using 3-D printers.
Alibaba's growth can't be stopped
Alibaba first earnings report as a public company show that it's continuing to grow at a massive pace
Starwood hotels let you unlock your hotel room with your phone
Starwood hotels make your phone into your key to unlocking your room.
Chinese courts are selling seized assets on Alibaba's Taobao
Ever wonder what it's like to live like a corrupt Chinese businessman or official? This might be your chance -- Chinese courts are now auctioning seized assets on Alibaba's online platform.
Sprint to lay off 2,000 as losses mount
Sprint announced Monday that it's laying off 2,000 people, as it posted another quarter of massive losses.
'Find Me I'm Yours': This is the book of the future
'Find Me I'm Yours,' a new book by Hillary Carlip, is a completely new way of telling a story.
Gmail's new app doesn't require Gmail
Google has released a new version of the Gmail app that can also be used by people with email accounts from Yahoo and Microsoft.
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