The year's most notable embarrassments in technology run the gamut from the industry's inability to secure our personal data to the blunders of Airbnb, Twitter and Tinder.
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U.S. Cellular announces the availability of a 4G LTE router that supports up to 30 Wi-Fi clients, and costs $99 with a two-year plan.
Searches on Yahoo.com will now go through a secure server, with users seeing a reassuring "https" in their browsers.
Detroit Electric will assemble its electric vehicles in the U.S., featuring a design not unlike the Tesla Roadster.
That's what a group of talented twentysomethings are promising on their recently launched Kickstarter project, we'll see.
Apple says it plans to make Macs in the U.S. next year, spurring speculation about chip companies setting up shop here to make Apple silicon.
This version of the game console sports 12GB of flash storage, and is now Sony's lowest-priced PlayStation 3 in the United States.
The single most important internal component for the iPhone and iPad is already manufactured in the U.S.
Foxconn, a manufacturer of Apple products, is looking at expanding its operations in North America as customers ask for more products to be made in the U.S., a report from Bloomberg says.