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A giant solar-powered plane prepares for takeoff in Phoenix, Arizona. Solar Impulse is the brainchild of two Swiss pilots who are hoping to make flight history.
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What's News: Samsung's Galaxy S4 passes the 10 million shipped mark. Twitter adds a verification feature to combat hacking. H-P profit slips, but shares surge amid signs of improvement. Joanne Po reports. Photo: AP
Just two years after online gambling company PokerStars was shut down in the U.S., and with its founder is living overseas with a warrant out for his arrest, the company says it wants to return to the U.S. Alexandra Berzon reports on digits.
Why do people still send emails when they know you're out of the office? Melissa Korn offers tips to make the out-of-office email meaningful. Photo: Getty Images.
Google’s Conversational Search updates are live on Google Chrome, Amazon expands its Kindle Fire availability and Twitter rolls out two-factor authentication.
The start of the summer season means travel, and travel apps. MarketWatch's Quentin Fottrell highlights apps for jetsetters. Photo: Getty Images.
Google’s Chrome app for iOS will soon sport voice search, in direct competition with Apple’s own Siri software.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo makes a run of speculations on Apple's rumored iWatch. He says the tech will a 1.5- to 2-inch screen, focus on biometrics and be available sometime in late 2014.
Doctors custom-printed a splint to help save a baby’s life. Kaiba Gionfriddo was born with a deformity that causes his airways to collapse. This 3D solution will help him breathe until his passages grow strong enough to support themselves.
Twitter lets users add a second layer of password protection, Jennifer Lopez has a new mobile brand, and Nextdoor brings text alerts to the neighborhood.
On today's show, Jeff and Polygon's Russ Frushtick will speak the unsaid about the Xbox One and predict this year's hellish Black Friday, then Justin will read an excerpt from the worst fan fiction ever written.
David Karp is the world's newest multimillionaire! With Yahoo's recent $1.1 billion acquisition of the blog sit Tumblr, his net worth is estimated to be around $220 million, and he's only 26 years old. He's also a high school dropout. And while his story is unique, it was a calculated risk that most of us could never afford to make.
What's holding up Apple's iRadio service, highlights from Tim Cook's Senate hearings and the latest product rumors.
Kim Dotcom, founder of MegaUpload claims Twitter and others stole his two-step verification log-in process.
Tim Stenovec joins Abby to discuss why streaming players won't phase out cable just yet.
There was a glimmer of hope that subscription services like Hulu Plus and Netflix coupled with streaming players would finally free us from our expensive cable and satellite bills, but most people aren't ready to cut the cable cord.
Should your download "Draw Something 2" for your kids?
Google could be buying Waze for more than $1 billion, AT&T has added a tiny surcharge that adds up to half a billion dollars in combined fees every year and Digg’s CEO talks about its Google reader replacement.