Hackers appear to have stolen login information related to 450,000 Yahoo accounts, CNET reports.
A federal judge refused to shut down the online television streaming service Aereo despite a broadcaster lawsuit claiming copyright infringement, Bloomberg reports.
Companies are beginning to roll out technology that literally tracks which products your eyeballs focus on first, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Reuters examines efforts by social networks to identify sexual predators on their networks.
Worldwide PC sales have slumped as more people opt for tablets and other devices over traditional computers, according to The New York Times.
The Mercury News looks at Intel's moves to stay competitive amid the decline in PC sales.
Hashable, an app that allows people to exchange contact information, says it is shutting down later this month, Mashable reports.
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