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A US-made Mac Pro is a token gesture

commentary The Mac Pro is a niche product that Apple can easily afford to make in the US. How about an iPhone or iPad?

By Oct. 23, 2013


Twitter: No accounts breached in OAuth token 'hack'

The microblogging site says no accounts have been compromised after a hacker claims to have acquired user details by allegedly breaking into its databases.

By Aug. 21, 2013


Monopoly fans diss robot, choose cat as new token

In the battle to be Monopoly's newest token, the Internet's cat industrial complex crushes the real-estate hopes of robotkind.

By Feb. 6, 2013


Cat battles robot in race to be new Monopoly token (pictures)

The cat proved king in a field of five proposed new tokens for Monopoly. Here's how they fared in an online vote by fans around the world.

6 Images By Feb. 6, 2013


<b>Token Ring problem with AppleTalk on G3 Macs

Token Ring problem with AppleTalk on G3 Macs

By Feb. 23, 1998


New &amp; Noteworthy: FireBay; EarthLink's Custom Token; MacFixIt in U.S. News

New & Noteworthy: FireBay; EarthLink's Custom Token; MacFixIt in U.S. News

By Mar. 20, 2001


'World of Warcraft' to sell token device for added security

Electronic device offers code that account holders can use as optional security measure when logging on to thwart account hijacking attempts.

By Jun. 30, 2008


RSA releases SecurID Software Token for iPhone and iPod Touch

RSA has released an iPhone app that can be used to provide SecurID access via a software token on the iPhone and iPod Touch replacing the traditional SecurID key fob token.

By Jul. 24, 2009


VeriSign expands its two-factor token network

The security company wants two-factor token authentication to be as easy and as secure as using an ATM network.

By Apr. 3, 2008


Credit card companies eye new global payment standard

MasterCard, Visa, and American Express propose using a digital "token" that would allow consumers to make purchases without having to input account numbers.

By Oct. 1, 2013