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With another major Internet security breach revealed, experts are again advising users to change their passwords. CNET.com’s Sumi Das reports on how to better manage your passwords to keep them safe, and looks at technology that could soon replace them.
With the discovery of Russian hackers stealing more than one billion Internet credentials, experts believe cybercriminals are finding vulnerabilities in seemingly secure systems
The advent of robotic technologies and AI are changing the landscape, but experts differ on how they'll affect the job market
Tony Roman, who has spent 30 years, on the waters near Baltimore took a photo of a phenomenon rarely seen: a horizontal funnel cloud
Report that Russian crime ring stole 1.2 billion passwords raises new doubts about online security measures
Following what is shaping up as the biggest ever online data breach, experts offer tips on how to protect yourself
17-year-old Brandon Boyton experienced his fair share of bullying. He created an app that allows students to report incidents and send anonymous screen shots of cyber bullying directly to administrators. WISH's Kylie Conway reports.
"It's going to be an awesome ride. Stay tuned," says mission scientist, as Rosetta prepares for unprecedented next phase
Astronauts discover flames have different properties in space; findings could be used to improve engines on Earth
Unlabeled box held the remains of a human who lived 6,500 years ago
Companies agree to end all patent lawsuits between each other outside the U.S.; but companies will still pursue cases in U.S. courts
World's largest solar-powered boat seeks underwater remnants of one Europe's oldest human settlement
Hong Kong billionaire says his reputation has been "gravely injured" because of Google autocomplete results
Navdy, a heads-up display, puts turn-by-turn directions and other information in a driver's view
After the latest hacking attack, it's time to upgrade your passwords or try one of these alternatives
A security firm found that Russian hackers have stolen the largest known collection of username and passwords
The next iPhone could be introduced in just a few weeks
At Las Vegas conference, hackers pick apart popular technology in the interest of better security
Horse communication may be more sophisticated than humans realized, researchers say
University of Minnesota researchers are installing an experimental underwater speaker system to ward off Asian Carp near Genoa, Wisconsin. WKBT's Brittany Schmidt reports.