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Olympic Hero Michael Phelps Looks to Dip his Toes in Tech

By Michael Liedtke | Dec 3
Michael Phelps wants to dive into Silicon Valley's investment opportunities as he tries to make the transition from Olympic swimming star and product pitchman to entrepreneur.

How DirecTV Now Compares to Other Online TV Services

By Tali Arbel | Dec 3
DirecTV Now is the latest online TV service to offer an alternative to cable or satellite packages that can easily cost about $100 a month.

How a Trump Administration Could Shape the Internet

By Tali Arbel | Dec 3
Under a President Donald Trump, cable and phone companies could gain new power to influence what you do and what you watch online - not to mention how much privacy you have while you're at it.

Police Make 5 Arrests in 'Unprecedented' Cybercrime Takedown

By Raphael Satter | Dec 3
U.S. and European officials say they've knocked out a cybercrime group accused of inflicting hundreds of millions of dollars in losses worldwide, putting five key suspects in custody.

Electric Car Factory Planned in Arizona to Have 2000 Workers

Dec 2
Electric car maker Lucid Motors said Tuesday it will build a manufacturing plant in Arizona that will begin production in 2018 as it looks to compete in the fast-growing market for luxury electric vehicles.

Truvada Delivered -- PrEP App Launches in DC on World AIDS Day

By EDGE | Dec 1
A new app, launching today in San Francisco, focuses on making Truvada for PrEP and birth control more accessible to everyone by having their medications delivered right to their door.

NYS Marks WAD With Launch of PrEP Informational Text Messaging Program

By EDGE | Dec 1
On December 1, World AIDS Day, The New York State LGBT Health & Human Services Network (The Network) will launch a personalized text message campaign called "Bust the Myths, Get the Facts" to provide info about accessing pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP.

Apple Turns (RED) For World AIDS Day

Dec 1
Apple is marking World AIDS Day by giving more than 400 of its stores a makeover in red.

Behind PayPal's Operation to Stop Cybertheft

Dec 1
Only on "CBS This Morning," John Blackstone got a tour of PayPal's command center in San Jose, California, where they're making sure cybercriminals are kept at bay.

EU Police Agency Blames Human Error for Data Security Breach

By Mike Corder | Dec 1
European Union police agency Europol on Wednesday blamed human error for a breach of its data security rules by a former staff member that reportedly led to dossiers containing information about terrorism investigations becoming visible online.

Facebook Adds Free Games Like 'Pac-Man' to Messenger App

By Barbara Ortutay | Dec 1
Facebook is adding the option to play games with your contacts on the messaging app beginning Tuesday. You can access the feature in the latest version of the app by tapping a game controller icon.

Selena Gomez Rules Instagram 2016 with Most Followers, Likes

Dec 1
Selena Gomez rules Instagram.

How Scammers Are Using Apps to Steal Your Information

Nov 30
Cyber security experts warn that smartphone shoppers could be at risk because of dangerous and sometimes counterfeit apps.

Intel to Provide Computing Power for Delphi Autonomous Cars

Nov 30
Auto parts and electronics maker Delphi Corp. has signed a deal with Intel to buy high-powered computer processors for Delphi's future autonomous-vehicle systems.

San Francisco's Public Railway System Hit by Hackers

Nov 30
Some passengers on San Francisco's public railway enjoyed free rides during part of the Thanksgiving holiday weekend after hackers infiltrated hundreds of its workers' computers and email accounts.

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