Samsung's new Frame TV is designed to look like artwork on the wall when you aren't watching it. From CNNMoney.
The average computer user has 27 passwords, and it can be tough to keep track of them all. But our devices themselves contain biometric sensors that can read all kinds of identifying information about us. That could put an end to the password. Brook Silva-Braga reports. From CBS This Morning.
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Arguably one of most transformative pieces of technology in the modern era, the iPhone's development was fraught with engineering problems, drama, and extreme stress. Former employees share their stories from inside Apple 10 years ago. From CNNMoney.
What do you do after you creating the Tesla Model S? Well, for Tesla's former lead engineer Peter Rawlinson, you start your own car company called Lucid Motors. The company’s first car is the Air. It's all electric, with one-thousand horsepower and slated for full production in two years. Rawlinson brought the car to Bloomberg's San Francisco office to give Cory Johnson a peek on "Bloomberg Technology." From Bloomberg Technology.
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