SpaceX Launches 10 Satellites From Falcon 9 Rocket, Sticks Booster Landing At SeaSpaceX has launched a Falcon 9 rocket for the first time since a fireball engulfed a similar rocket on a Florida launch pad in September.
States Re-Examine Security After Russia-Linked Malware Targets Utility In VermontVermont's Burlington Electric Department confirmed Friday it had found malware code used in a Russian hacking effort.
Business Profitability: 3 Reasons Why Inside Sales More Effective Than BeforeHaving a marketing strategy that includes inside sales is essential to the success of your small business.
Computer Outage Causes Widespread Flight DelaysAirlines are dealing with another computer outage that is disrupting flight schedules heading into the weekend.
Yahoo Waited 18 Months Before Investigating Massive Security BreachA regulatory filing raised further questions about why it took Yahoo so long to realize the severity of a 2014 hacking attack.
YouTube Shines Bright As Star Of Alphabet's Google GalaxyAs more advertising dollars flow to YouTube, it's making the already hugely profitable Google even more prosperous.
Company Markets High-Tech Hovering 'Selfie Drone'Selfie technology is reaching new heights with the latest gadget that is taking a quantum leap past the selfie stick in the quest for the perfect shot.
People Are The New Security PerimeterCylance Chief Security and Trust Officer Malcolm Harkins explains why we must go beyond technology to protect confidential information in the workplace.
6 Money Tasks You Can Let Technology Do For YouTechnology has obliterated or automated a lot of money tasks. If you still balance your checkbook, or stand in bank lines, you can quit.
Bay Area Tech Company Develops 3-D Maps To Make Self-Driving Cars SafeCivil Maps is an Albany-based company developing technology to make self-driving cars smarter and safer.
Google Self-Driving Car Involved In Mountain View CrashGoogle confirmed that one of the company's self-driving cars was involved in an accident Friday afternoon on city streets in Mountain View.
Pixelated Images That Conceal Identities Undone With New TechnologyPixelation has been used for quite a while as a way for television to conceal someone’s identity, but researchers have found a way to get around it - and it’s not that difficult to do.

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