Your new heat source: data centers
Researchers are turning the data centers that power big tech companies into sources for reused energy.
Facebook's creepy new face recognition software
Facebook still isn't as good as humans when it comes to identifying people in photos, but it's getting awfully close.
Amazon unveils streaming media device
Amazon's new device, Fire TV, is a set-top internet video and gaming box.
30-to-life and pitching a startup
Last Mile, a tech incubator at San Quentin State Prison, allows a select group of inmates to form startup ideas and pitch them to venture capitalists.
Here come the robot lawyers
The legal profession is being reshaped by new technologies using software and automation -- call it the invasion of the robot lawyers.
$2 billion for Oculus? That's cheap!
Oculus needed Facebook's resources to beat Sony to the punch in virtual reality.
Facebook and Google in tech Cold War
Facebook and Google are spending billions of dollars to ensure that they remain relevant in the rapidly changing technology landscape.
Google Glass getting a stylish makeover
Google is teaming up with Ray-Ban maker Luxoticca to help it design new Google Glass frames.
IRS says Bitcoin is taxable
The IRS says it can tax Bitcoin, describing it as a property -- not a currency.
10 things about the Moto 360 smartwatch
Motorola revealed more details on its new wearable device today. Here's what we learned.
Tim Cook calls new Apple book 'nonsense'
Tim Cook has hit back at criticism in a new book about Apple in the post-Steve Jobs era.
Pandora raises subscription fees
Pandora is doing away with its $36 yearly subscription, opting for monthly fees that amount to $59.88 a year.
Google unveils smartwatch plans
A year after releasing Glass, Google is now turning its attention to smartwatches.
A 3-D TV you actually would want to buy
3-D televisions have tried and failed to win the living room. The TV industry hopes a shift to a glasses-free technology can solve that.
Microsoft launches cheaper Office 365 'Personal'
Microsoft is attempting to make Office cheaper, but is it cheap enough?
App lets you speed-read 'Harry Potter' in an hour
Spritz's app claims to help you read at 1,000 words per minute. But it may be at the cost of reading comprehension.
Neil Young's music startup raises $1 million
Pono seeks to deliver high-resolution music. Think vinyl records in your pocket. It's a neat -- but niche -- idea.
5 predictions for the Web that were WAY off
So long, spam? Nobody will buy books or read news online? The end of government snooping? These are a few of the predictions about the Web that turned out to be very wrong.
9 website pioneers
A look back at how Yahoo, IMDb and CNN.com looked when they launched in the 1990s.
Here's why Bitcoin matters
The world is finally paying close attention to Bitcoin. But does its creator matter more than the currency itself? No.
Samsung's Gear 2 smartwatch thinks a new OS will solve its problems
The Korean giant's latest smartwatch ditches Android in favor if its own Tizen OS.
Get ready for 'over-the-top' TV
A cable-like offering without the physical cable pipe increasingly feels inevitable, and Dish's deal with Disney is a big step forward.
Obama administration sides against Aereo
The Obama administration has sided with the broadcasters in Aereo's looming Supreme Court battle.
Dish and Disney in ad-skipping deal
Dish Network's AutoHop feature, which automatically skips all the commercials on prime time network television shows, has fallen victim to TV industry deal-making.
Viva Bitcoin Vegas?
A digital currency investor based in Las Vegas thinks Sin City should be set up as a special economic zone for Bitcoin.
Why WhatsApp is worth $19 billion
WhatsApp's $19 billion price tag sent shock waves through the social network world, but it might be worth every penny.
How young tech millionaires invest
There's a growing crop of freshly minted millionaires that have made their fortunes in the world of tech. So how do they invest once they find they're rich?
Speculators look to cash in on Bitcoin crisis
One of the world's most prominent Bitcoin exchanges is in turmoil, but for some savvy investors, the crisis offers what they believe is a license to print money.
3-D printing 'ink' is way too expensive
The filament materials required for 3-D printing have always been costly, but that should start to change soon.
Google Fiber may be coming to city near you
Google is exploring plans to spread ultra-fast Internet via Google Fiber to Atlanta, Nashville, Phoenix, San Jose and five other major metropolitan areas across the country.
The end of video game disks
The explosion of casual and free-to-play games on mobile devices is transforming the video game CD business.
Netflix faces 'House of Cards' backlash
Netflix faces 'House of Cards' backlash as viewers call for early release of the new season because of the latest snow storm.
Virgin Galactic space flights set for this year
Virgin Galactic is set to offer commercial flights into space by the second half of 2014.
Get your documents by drone... in Dubai
The Gulf state is planning to use drones to deliver official documents to residents and to monitor traffic on the roads.
Lose weight with an app and a webcam
Weight loss apps like Wello and Passion4Profession help you workout without a gym membership.
GoldieBlox ad makes Super Bowl history
GoldieBlox, whose toys aim to get girls excited about science and engineering, wins Intuit contest for a free 30-sec Super Bowl ad.
Gun safety advocates develop smart weapons
Smart guns and locks are the focus of this year's Smart Tech Challenges Foundation competition.
Flipagram photo app tops the charts
The Flipagram photo app is gaining serious steam, downloaded more than any other app on iTunes.
New 3D printing fund may not print money
A new mutual fund is betting that 3D printing will usher in a new industrial revolution. But the manager has never run a mutual fund before. The fund looks way too risky.
Verizon bets on the future of television
Verizon's purchase of Intel's OnCue television service foreshadows a day when a paying television subscriber will be able to watch any channel on any device, whenever and wherever they want.
The business behind Ezra Klein's 'Project X'
To better understand the thinking behind Ezra Klein's new venture, Brian Stelter reached out to Vox CEO Jim Bankoff.
A look at Snapchat's porn bot
Snapchat has a spam problem that could send pictures of naked women to your phone.
Google's plot to take over your digital life
Google's purchase of Netst is just the latest step in its plot to take over your digital life.
Google to make smart contact lenses
Google is developing smart contact lenses that will measure diabetics' blood glucose levels.
IBM unveils plans for Watson supercomputer
Watson trounced the humans on Jeopardy. Now IBM is hoping to find ways to make money from the supercomputer.
New York Times redesign points to future of online publishing
The new design is generating much interest, both for what it says about The Times and about the future of online publishing.
SolarCity wants you to buy its debt
Solar panel company SolarCity, whose chairman is Tesla CEO Elon Musk, plans to sell debt to individuals online. Should you be energized?
Zuckerberg rarely says the word 'privacy'
An analysis of what Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said publicly shows that he likes to talk about people. But privacy? Not so much.
Intel touts gesture tracking 3D cameras
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, it is cameras, and not chips, that are the latest crack at innovation for Intel.
Want to chat in 29 languages?
Droid Translator is a new app that promises to translate your phone, text and video conversations into 29 different languages.
The smart home is a pipe dream
At CES, connected home technology will once again be on display. Don't expect it to take over your home anytime soon.
25 apps you should download right now
If you're setting up a new phone or tablet, these 25 apps are essential
Nissan takes aim at London taxi market
Japan's Nissan is fighting for a foothold in London's taxi market, pitting a redesigned vehicle against the distinctive black cab now made by a Chinese company.
Military competition shows off the latest robots
The world caught its first glimpse of futuristic, human-like robots this week at a U.S. military competition.
5 robots you can buy right now
We're still in the early days of the robot era, but there are a few you can own right now.
Online retailer Overstock to accept Bitcoin
The online retailer plans to begin accepting the virtual currency next year, according to Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne.
Google moves into military robotics
Google has just acquired Boston Dynamics, an engineering company known for developing super-speedy, animal-like robots with strong ties to the U.S. military.
Startup founders get 'prenups' for billion dollar breakups
Some startup founders are hiring lawyers at the outset to prevent billion dollar lawsuits.
Teen millionaire is loving Yahoo
Yahoo is rediscovering its magic and one of the people behind the revival is Nick D'Aloisio, the British teenager who sold his start-up to the company for a reported $30 million.
Bluetooth may make digital wallets mainstream
There have been plenty of near misses when it comes to digital wallet solutions. Bluetooth 4.0 could be the glue to make one stick.
How much market risk are you willing to take?
Riskalyze helps zero in on how much volatility investors are willing to stomach through a math-based approach. Financial advisors love it.
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