Here's a geography question for you:
What point on earth is the farthest from the center of the earth?
The answer is actually not "the top of Mount Everest"--which was the answer that sprung into the mind of this 47-year old simpleton.
In January, an email organization app called Mailbox launched, and it promised to help users reach inbox zero.
Huawei's U.S. enterprise unit, which has been trying to take business from Cisco, HP, Dell and IBM, is sick of U.
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Twitter now offers two-step verification, a means of keep your account extra-secure.
In addition to your standard text-based password, Twitter reveals that it will now send a secondary password to your mobile device too – you have to know the usual password and possess the correct device in order to log in to an account.
Google co-founder Sergey Brin is dedicating most of his time to self-driving cars, he tells Brad Stone of Bloomberg Businessweek.
Consumers gravitate to convenience. That's as true with payment technologies as it is with anything else.
Google confirmed to Bloomberg Businesweek today that it bought Makani Power, a company that makes airborne turbines that collect wind power and delivers it to the ground via a tethered cable.
You can't talk about it or mention it, but you can certainly think about it, and according to a new column by Liz Ryan in BusinessWeek, almost everyone does.
Out of all the whiz-bang features in the new Xbox One, Microsoft left out one important bit of news: we have no idea how much this thing will cost.