Nasdaq Tries To Reach Dot-Com Peak
Anonymous Cops Plea to PayPal Hack
Mobile Shopping Goes Mainstream
China Rejects Bitcoins as Currency
Google Launches 'Moonshot'
It takes a long time to recover from a bad hangover, especially when you party like it's 1999. The Nasdaq Composite is up 35 percent, but remains 20 percent below its dot-com peak of 5,048.62.
They aren’t so anonymous anymore. Thirteen defendants pled guilty in federal court in San Jose to charges related to their involvement in the cyber-attack of PayPal’s Web site as part of the group Anonymous.
More than ever this holiday season, smartphones and tablets are the way to shop. Thanksgiving weekend set records for mobile sales and traffic, accounting for nearly 40 percent of online traffic.
Are bitcoins a legitimate currency, or more like a speculative investment? That is one of the questions raised following word that China has decided its banks cannot use the digital phenomenon as currency.
First it was drones, now it’s robots. This week, Amazon shared its vision for Prime Air, a service that uses drones to deliver goods in 30 minutes. Now, Google wants to send out life-size delivery robots.