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Defense Dept. turns to Apple, Lockheed Martin for wearable tech

The US government is teaming up with the private sector and academia to make sure the country keeps up with the rapidly advancing wearable tech market.

By August 28, 2015


Samsung Pay expands to Smart TVs in bid to move beyond mobile

The company is outfitting its new Smart TVs with its payments system as a way to expand its use beyond just mobile devices.

By August 5, 2015


Wearables at war: How smart textiles are lightening the load for soldiers

From fabric keyboards to kit that powers up when the soldier mounts up, Intelligent Textiles is one of the companies on the front line of wearable technology.

By March 11, 2015


Shylock malware gets stung by law enforcement

Police and security firms team up to take down the notorious Shylock, a dangerous financial Trojan that has infected at least 30,000 Windows computers worldwide.

By July 11, 2014


Apple's WWDC gameplan: Welcome to the iUniverse

Forget hardware. Apple's next big 'product' might be another ecosystem.

By May 30, 2014


Photojournalism, a story worth telling

In an interview with CNET, photographer and videographer Dan Chung shares his thoughts on photojournalism, the shrinking industry and the importance of storytelling.

By May 27, 2014


Apple TV adds Yahoo, PBS channels

Apple's streaming box adds the Yahoo Screen app with clips from shows like "The Daily Show" and "SNL" plus snippets by Yahoo itself. PBS, with "Downtown Abbey" in tow, joins up too.

By November 19, 2013


Roku's PBS, PBS Kids channels go live, stream full episodes

The new channels will stream full episodes of popular shows like "Nova," "Austin City Limits," and "Curious George."

By May 8, 2013


DHS built domestic surveillance tech into Predator drones

Homeland Security's specifications say drones must be able to detect whether a civilian is armed. Also specified: "signals interception" and "direction finding" for electronic surveillance.

By March 2, 2013


Manning confesses: I leaked to WikiLeaks to 'spark a debate'

Army soldier admits to being WikiLeaks' source for confidential government files and says he hoped leak "might cause society to reconsider" the U.S. government's antiterrorism efforts.

By February 28, 2013