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Despite alerts received through a $1.6 million malware detection system, Target failed to stop hackers from stealing credit card numbers and personal information of millions of customers, Bloomberg reports.
The ride-sharing company expands to three new cities, bringing its pink mustaches to a total of 10 markets in the US.
The Internet claims another victim today as Google closes Reader, Yahoo will stop supporting Alta Vista sites, and India will no longer allow the delivery of telegraphs. This and more on today's 404 episode!
Microsoft is consolidating a number of its startup outreach programs into a single, new Microsoft Ventures unit.
Indian government will reportedly set up a lab in Bangalore to test equipment from the Chinese network-gear makers to ensure its security.
A day ahead of Facebook's News Feed event, Google moves to freshen up its social network.
"We need to be one Yahoo," reads a memo reportedly sent to staff, so come June any existing work-from-home arrangements will be rendered null and void.
After onboard fires forced the FAA to ground the cutting-edge planes, there are now 50 Dreamliners sitting in 17 airports around the world awaiting the green light to fly again.
A kind and thoughtful patent-holding company, acting on behalf of a dead Dutch programmer, believes that the concept of Facebook's Like button, as well as the concept of much of Facebook, was created by the Dutchman.
Complete with 360-degree panoramic views of glaciers, penguins, and exploration outposts, Google's Street View brings the South Pole to armchair explorers.