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CIA posts its own 'X-Files' of UFO reports online

Agents Scully and Mulder might have been on the right track believing in extraterrestrial life. The real-life Central Intelligence Agency publishes declassified UFO documents on its website.

By January 31, 2016


Post-Its, Evernote teaming up in sticky new exploit

The venerable paper stickies are entering the Web era by way of a new software partnership with the note-taking app Evernote.

By September 25, 2013


Optical illusions gone wild! Find the frog, then look for the lizard

Indian photographer Yuwaraj Gurjar shares two nature photos featuring carefully camouflaged creatures.

By July 22, 2016


Dropbox adds document scanning, deeper integration with Office

Dropbox's introduces new productivity tools to its iOS app, making it easier to scan files and create Microsoft Office documents.

By June 22, 2016


E-notes: Like Post-its, only reusable

E-notes use tactile and flexible electronic paper technology and are powered by a solar captor.

By October 28, 2008


Estonia posts its cybersecurity strategy

Report seeks to establish good cybersecurity practices within the country while urging global condemnation of all cybersecurity threats in the future.

By October 2, 2008


Loaded: Use a Post-it

Apple releases impressive earnings despite Steve Jobs' health crisis, Google Chat gets embedded videos, and a study shows that most of us still prefer Post-its over higher-tech note-taking.

By January 22, 2009


Amazon posts its first net profit

In the fourth quarter, Amazon reports its first-ever profit--on record sales--delivering on its promises to Wall Street. "I think everyone was surprised," an analyst says.

By January 22, 2002


BooRah launches API to share restaurant reviews

BooRah has launched an API to give website owners the opportunity to post its restaurant reviews on its site. But will that be enough to coax them from Yelp?

By October 15, 2008


Old HP bows out Tuesday with earnings

The computing giant will post its last earnings report that does not include contributions from Compaq Computer, as it starts the process of cutting some 15,000 positions.

May 13, 2002