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A study with implications for criminal investigations finds that looking at a particular brain wave could help recover buried or hidden information.
An iPhone 6 announcement is imminent. Here's what I want from Apple's next handset.
The technology that allows customers to check themselves out of supermarkets may be on the way out after Albertsons decides it's too impersonal. Other chains may follow suit.
Epsilon, which manages e-mail communications for TiVo, JP Morgan Chase, Capital One Financial, the Kroger grocery chain, and other clients, says it suffered a security breach that revealed data on some of its clients' customers.
The breach exposed names and e-mail addresses of customers of many major U.S. companies and could lead to a rise in targeted phishing attacks.
CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the database hack at Epsilon, which handles e-mail marketing for thousands of companies, and what customers can do to protect themselves.
It's the latest internet webcam sensation that has taken over the BOL crew. Google is bidding for some sweet telecom patents, but is anyone bidding on MySpace? We don't think so. Plus, Computer Love returns to brighten up this Monday.
The list of companies whose customer e-mail databases were compromised because of a security breach at Epsilon is growing. We look at the consequences of the breach, and what to do about it.
We get a call from a person in Chicago directly affected by the idea of Craigslist shutting down the erotic section of their services area.
If Flickr's not buying doughnuts for the world, then Tom's not buying. But he's in San Francisco, so he won't have to buy his own doughnut anyway. It's a doughnut paradox.