Have you ever lost your life savings to a Nigerian Prince promising you millions in cash? Probably not. But there are some cleverer scams and smarter hackers out there that may have already caught you out. From Alltime10s.
The CEO of Infosys, Vishal Sikka, explains how his company is incorporating artificial intelligence technology. He spoke with WSJ’s Deborah Ball at the World Economic Forum in Davos. From the Wall Street Journal.
A 3-D knit printer developed by Intel is among new technology at the National Retail Federation convention that will help retailers meet customers' immediate needs. Intel's Michelle Tinsley joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero with a printed sweater and a look at other innovations that will improve the retail customer experience. From the Wall Street Journal.
Smart Home technology with voice control is one of the biggest stories we've seen at CES 2017. Consumer Reports checks out a tiny home run by Amazon's Alexa. From Consumer Reports.
Cord-cutting. It’s happening all over the country, and it’s freaking out the cable companies. Yahoo's David Pogue shares a creative way to lower your bill. From Yahoo.
Last year, Yahoo let the world know that they were hacked… twice. It became the largest data breaches in history, affecting over 1.5 billion consumer accounts. In order to safeguard our future, here are 6 tips to avoid being hacked. From Complex Hustle.
It's easy to drown in an inbox. Here's how the best-selling author and serial entrepreneur manages his. From Entrepreneur.
TorrentFreak came up with a list of the 10 most illegally downloaded movies in 2016. Most of them came out within the year, but there were two 2015 releases on the list: "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," and "The Revenant." From Business Insider.
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