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  • It's time to regulate consumer privacy

    It's time to regulate consumer privacy
    Some of the biggest names in the tech world joined forces Monday to tell Uncle Sam that enough's enough: Quit spying on their customers. AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo said in an open letter to President Obama...
  • Yahoo Mail fail casts shadow over efforts to turn firm around

    Yahoo Mail fail casts shadow over efforts to turn firm around
    SAN FRANCISCO — Even for Yahoo Inc., a company with a lengthy track record of failure, this was an epic fail. For five days this week an untold number of its 100 million users couldn't send or receive email, prompting many longtime, loyal users to...
  • Doug Engelbart obituary: Inventor of computer mouse dies at 88

    Doug Engelbart obituary: Inventor of computer mouse dies at 88
    SAN FRANCISCO — Doug Engelbart, the inventor of the computer mouse and developer of early incarnations of email, word processing programs and the Internet, has died at the age of 88. The Computer History Museum, where Engelbart had been a fellow...
  • Yahoo cuts 'unlimited' email storage, hoping 1 terabyte sounds better

    Yahoo cuts 'unlimited' email storage, hoping 1 terabyte sounds better
    In a confusing marketing tactic, Yahoo is reducing the amount of free storage it gives users of its email service from "unlimited" to 1 terabyte. "We're moving to 1TB because 'unlimited' wasn't a feature that we discussed very much or a feature that our...
  • Improve your iPhone Instagram experience

     
    Instagram has become a go-to sharing photography app. With the addition of video it has only improved over time....
  • Race to snatch old, unused Yahoo user names begins

    Race to snatch old, unused Yahoo user names begins
    Yahoo has freed up a substantial number of inactive user names and will give them to people on a first-come, first-served basis, the company announced Monday. A month ago, Yahoo announced it would deactivate accounts that hadn’t been touched for a...
  • Who's susceptible to email phishing attacks? Study says everyone

    Asked in a survey to distinguish malicious emails from legitimate ones, nearly everyone in a group of 53 undergraduates failed. The results from a new study by researchers at North Carolina State University found most people are overconfident in their...
  • Downtown L.A. office building sells for record $437.5 million

    Downtown L.A. office building sells for record $437.5 million
    Two decades ago, One Wilshire was just another fading office tower losing its white-collar tenants to splashy new skyscrapers nearby. Today the unassuming high-rise is one of the most valuable in the city, having sold for a record $437.5 million. The...
  • Hacking of child monitor camera raises alarm

    A home security camera being used as a baby monitor by a Texas family was hacked last week, according to its owner. The incident has once again drawn international attention to the increasing number of security flaws being discovered in “smart-...
  • Washington Post, CNN websites disrupted by hacker group

    A hacker group briefly took control of portions of the Washington Post, Time and CNN websites on Thursday after breaking into an article recommendation service used by the news outlets. The Syrian Electronic Army took credit for the breach, with one...
  • League of Legends players told to reset passwords after breach

    Riot Games became the latest video game developer to suffer a data breach, the Santa Monica company disclosed Tuesday. Real names, user names, email addresses and encrypted passwords belonging to "a portion" of North American players of League of...