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  • How hackers beat the Heartbleed bug 

    Hackers share their tips for how to keep your data secure when browsing the internet.

  • Drone sub searching for Flight 370 

    Take an exclusive look at the Bluefin-21 autonomous submarine that's searching for plane debris in the Indian Ocean.

  • Why Facebook bought Oculus 
    Why Facebook bought Oculus(4:08)Apr 11 2014

    Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe tells CNNMoney's Laurie Segall why Facebook became interested in buying his company.

  • The cost to build a Samsung Galaxy S5 

    Take an inside look--literally--at how much the different parts of the latest flagship device in the Samsung Galaxy S series costs.

  • Heartbleed: 'Secure' internet wasn't safe 

    For the past two years there's been a bug in the code that encrypts your online data like bank account numbers and passwords. Here's what it means for you.

  • The hybrid electronic bike of the future  

    The Copenhagen Wheel, funded by Tumblr founder David Karp, is a smartphone controlled motor for your bike. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Charger fills your battery in 30 seconds 

    StoreDot has developed a prototype phone battery than can charge your phone in half a minute.

  • Underwater robot looking for Flight 370 

    The cutting-edge ROV (remotely operating vehicle) uses two cameras and robotic arms underwater in hopes of recovering evidence of the missing plane.

  • 5-year-old Xbox hacker explains himself 

    Five-year-old Kristoffer Von Hassel hacked his dad's Xbox account and tells Richard Quest how he did it.

  • Inside a 'black box' lab 
    Inside a 'black box' lab(2:18)Apr 3 2014

    Technicians will read information from the flight recorder and determine if mechanical failure was at fault.

  • Why Amazon built the Fire TV 

    Amazon VP of Devices David Limp explains why Amazon entered the crowded field of streaming media devices with the Fire TV.

  • Amazon's plan to rule your TV 

    Amazon unveiled the Fire TV, a streaming video box that the company hopes will compete with Apple TV, Chromecast and Roku.

  • Meet Microsoft Cortana, Siri for Windows 

    Microsoft says its new digital personal assistant Cortana is not just a search engine, but can also be personalized, understanding your interests, places and inner circles.

  • See Microsoft's mouse friendly Windows 8.1 

    Microsoft announced updates to its Windows operating system, making it easier for mouse and keyboard users to navigate on a desktop.

  • Ex-cons in charge at this tech startup 

    Half of LaunchPodium's staff has spent time at San Quentin State Prison. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Startup's tech searches for Flight 370 

    Skybox Imaging provides high-resolution images to its private clients. Its advanced technology is now being used to search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.?

  • See the startups developed in prison  

    At San Quentin State Prison, entrepreneurial convicts develop business ideas as part of the prison's tech incubator.

  • Can BBM save BlackBerry? 
    Can BBM save BlackBerry?(2:06)Mar 28 2014

    BlackBerry is losing money but BBM itself could be an acquisition target. Samuel Burke reports.

  • See Microsoft's new Office for iPad 

    Microsoft has released Office for iPad with tablet versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

  • Cloak app helps you avoid your friends 

    Cloak uses location data to map on your phone where you might bump into your contacts.

  • Punch a shark with the Oculus Rift 

    If you've ever wanted to punch a shark, now you can (kind of). Check out Shark Punch, a new game developed for the VR headset Oculus Rift recently acquired by Facebook.

  • Up close with the new HTC One M8 

    The newly updated HTC One M8 competes with the Samsung Galaxy S5. It has a slightly bigger screen, a faster processor, and dual camera modules in the rear for enhanced auto-focus capabilities.

  • Magnetic electronics let kids build toys 

    littleBits are electronic modules that snap together to create battery-powered toys.

  • Building a smarter mattress 
    Building a smarter mattress(2:23)Mar 24 2014

    Tuft and Needle is betting it can apply tech lessons to building a cheaper and more comfortable mattress.

  • Inside the world's best search plane 

    The Poseidon P8 is designed to hunt submarines but the Navy is using the aircraft to locate wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.

  • Japan's Jeff Bezos on $900M Viber buy 

    Rakuten CEO Hiroshi Mikitani explains why the $900 million purchase of messaging app Viber was a smart business move and how it will differ from Facebook's Whatsapp.

  • How to make it in Silicon Valley 

    Scott Kupor, a Partner and Chief Operating Officer at $2.5 billion venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, talks about the startup ethos of experimentation and fearlessness.

  • This drone can hack your phone 

    Hackers have installed snooping technology on a UAV and sent it flying around London. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Teaching kids to build robots 

    The Brooklyn Robot Foundry is teaching kids engineering skills not usually taught in normal school classes.

  • Google by talking to your wrist 

    Take a look at Google's new Android Wear initiative.

  • 23andMe: FDA ruling had huge impact 

    23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki talks about how her company is trying to work with the FDA to compile with their regulations regarding health care products.

  • Aereo fights for its life in court 

    Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia is confident that his company will win an upcoming Supreme Court case against television broadcasters.

  • British gaming biz bigger than movies 

    The gaming industry is larger than most other entertainment businesses in the UK, but more gaming companies are moving to the U.S.

  • 5 bad signs for Bitcoin 
    5 bad signs for Bitcoin(1:21)Mar 12 2014

    The hits keep coming for virtual currency Bitcoin. Christine Romans has 5 reasons why Bitcoin may not be currency of the future.

  • Speed reading at 1,000 words a minute 

    Spritz is a new app designed to let users speed read at up to 1,000 words a minute by keeping the words at the same exact eye level.

  • A brief history of the Web 
    A brief history of the Web(2:28)Mar 11 2014

    A look at the evolution of the World Wide Web as it celebrates its 25th birthday.

  • Biting into a 3D printed Oreo 

    CNNMoney's Laurie Segall takes a bite out of Oreo's latest project, a 3D printed cookie.

  • Snowden: It was worth it 
    Snowden: It was worth it(3:06)Mar 10 2014

    Snowden says his actions were worth it because the interpretation of the Fourth Amendment had been changed to 'hey, any seizure is fine, just don't search it' and he wanted the public to know.

  • Coming soon: TV on your phone 

    Cable channel content providers have finally softened up to the idea of people watching television programming via the internet. Look for the first of these services before 2015.

  • HUVr viral vid: Fun hoax. But still a hoax 

    The HUVr video with Christopher Lloyd, Moby, Terrell Owens and Tony Hawk is a viral sensation. But a real hoverboard? It's time to head back to reality instead of Back to the Future.

  • Bachelor pad controlled by smartphone 

    In this apartment, your coffee machine starts brewing when you enter the kitchen for breakfast and Sinatra starts playing when you open the front door.

  • Lasers for high-speed traders 

    Laser-based communications can facilitate trades at even faster speeds than fiber-optic networks.

  • Where 4,000 airplanes go to be reborn 

    At Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, the U.S. Air Force houses more than 4,000 old airplanes that are used for parts or turned into scrap.

  • Who won our Tech Oscars? 
    Who won our Tech Oscars?(2:55)Feb 28 2014

    See who won our Tech Oscars for cinematography, ongoing drama, acting and lifetime achievement. You may be surprised by the results.

  • LinkedIn drama! How to avoid it 

    You may have heard about the professional who took heat for aggressively responding to a networking request. Here's how to avoid such drama.

  • Yellen: Fed can't regulate Bitcoin 

    Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen discusses the complexities and regulatory obstacles of Bitcoin.

  • Beaming the Internet from outer space 

    A number of companies are trying to connect the world to the Internet by sending signals from high in the sky and even outer space.

  • Trading bitcoins the old-fashioned way 

    The new brick-and-mortar Bitcoin exchange down the block from the NYSE is not short of gimmicks. But the rise of digital currency and growing pains in electronic platforms is no joke.

  • Old-school race cars with robot brains 

    With advanced sensors and robotic technology, Anki DRIVE allows users to take a racing video game world out of their smartphones and into the physical world. Laurie Segall reports.

  • Samsung's new products in 90 seconds 

    Here's the first look at Samsung's new products: The Galaxy S5 smartphone, the Gear 2 and the more innovative Gear Fit, which combines the functionality of the Gear with biometrics and a curved touchscreen.

Corvette Z06 Convertible: A fast drop-top  
The Corvette Z06 Convertible was unveiled at the New York Auto show and boasts as much power as it's hard-top sibling.  Play
$25 million home comes with a Rolls Royce  
​This 12,000 square-foot, 5-bedroom townhouse in Manhattan's Upper East Side is modeled after the Palace of Versailles​and comes with many lavish amenities, including a brand new Rolls Royce.​​​​  Play
The hybrid electronic bike of the future  
The Copenhagen Wheel, funded by Tumblr founder David Karp, is a smartphone controlled motor for your bike. Laurie Segall reports.  Play
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