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3 hours ago Game On: Kim Jong Un Video Game Spoof Moves Forward
The Atlanta-based Moneyhorse Games has been independently working on the tongue-in-cheek game, "Glorious Leader!" for over a year.






9 hours ago 'We Have Not Caved' to Dictator Kim, Sony CEO Says
President Obama said Sony made the wrong decision by pulling "The Interview," but the studio's CEO Michael Lynton says he would do it again.






18 hours ago 'Disappointed': Sony CEO Pushes Back After Obama Remarks
President Obama said Sony made the wrong decision by pulling "The Interview," but the studio's CEO Michael Lynton says he would do it again.






18 hours ago Hyperloop May Become a Crowd-Sourced Reality
Billionaire industrialist Elon Musk's fantastical "Hyperloop" mass transit system may actually get itself built, and possibly within 10 years.






18 hours ago Hyperloop May Become a Crowdsourced Reality
Billionaire industrialist Elon Musk's fantastical "Hyperloop" mass transit system may actually get itself built, and possibly within 10 years.






21 hours ago N. Korean Hack on Sony Won't Go 'Unanswered': U.S. Official
U.S. officials have concluded that the North Korean government ordered the hacking attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.






21 hours ago 3-D Printer System Beams Up a New Tool to Space Station
The International Space Station's 3-D printer has created a plastic ratchet — the first hand tool to be printed out in outer space.
21 hours ago New Year's Resolutions: Tech to Help You Reach Your Goals
Forget 2014. It's a brand-new year and you have a long list of New Year's resolutions you want to conquer. Unless one of them is "don't download and buy awesome stuff," this list should really help you out






21 hours ago Staples Breach May Have Affected 1.16 Million Cards
The hack involving point-of-sale systems at 115 of the company's 1,400 stores was announced in October.






21 hours ago 'We Have Not Caved': Sony CEO Defends 'The Interview' Decision
Michael Lynton said in an interview on CNN that the company had no choice but to cancel the release after movie theaters refused to carry the film.






21 hours ago The Navy Has a Brand New Drone That Looks Like a Shark
The Navy has developed a new drone that looks and swims just like a shark. Somebody call Roy Scheider.






Yesterday Sony Nixes 'Interview' Release and Fox Drops 'Pyongyang'
One U.S. Government sources says a link has been found, while Sony announced it was pulling 'The Interview' from theaters.
Yesterday It Was Them: FBI Says North Korea Was Behind Sony Hack
Sony took the unprecedented step on Wednesday of canceling the Christmas Day release of the film.






Yesterday Beyond 3-D: '4-D Printing' Makes Shape-Shifting Items
The new technique can print out dynamic 3-D structures capable of changing their shapes over time.






Yesterday 'Dark Web': Where Sales of Illegal Guns and Drugs Thrive
The sites have names like Evolution, Agora and Nucleus, where criminals can buy and sell all manner of illegal goods and services.






Yesterday It's Unlikely N. Korea Hacked Sony Without Help, Expert Says
Scott Borg says the skill level evidenced in the cyberattack is probably beyond what North Korean hackers are capable of.
Yesterday Uber Suspends Operations in Portland for Three Months
The company is working to update its regulations for private for-hire transportation so that it can operate legally in the city.






Yesterday Ex-Sony Employees Sue in Hacking Aftermath
Sony Pictures Entertainment now faces two lawsuits from four former employees who claim the company did not do enough to stop hackers.






Yesterday 'Utter Devastation': Who's Next in Line After the Sony Hack?
News of cyberattacks now dominate the headlines often, but experts say the Sony hack was designed to cause "utter devastation" unlike they've ever seen.






Yesterday These Were the Most Searched Google Terms of 2014
According to Google's log of trillions of searches run through its engine, these were the most searched terms of 2014.






Dec 18, 2014 'Dark Web' Market for Illegal Guns and Drugs Grows
The sites have names like Evolution, Agora and Nucleus, where criminals can buy and sell all manner of illegal goods and services.






Dec 18, 2014 UN General Assembly OKs Digital Privacy Resolution
Thursday's resolution, approved by consensus and drafted by Germany and Brazil, is nonbinding but reflects continuing alarm.






Dec 18, 2014 After Devastating Sony Hack, Experts Ask: Who's Next?
News of cyberattacks now dominate the headlines often, but experts say the Sony hack was designed to cause "utter devastation" unlike they've ever seen.






Dec 18, 2014 Cadillac Banishes Blind Spots With High Tech
The engineers at Cadillac say they've found the key to further eliminating a driver's blind spot.






Dec 18, 2014 SpaceX Delays Space Station Cargo Launch to January
An undisclosed technical issue with the rocket prompted SpaceX, as the company is known, to postpone the flight until Jan 6.






Dec 18, 2014 Spark Romance in 2015: 5 Female-Centric Dating Apps
Did you spend 2014 developing a deep relationship with your Netflix account? Maybe it's time to try online dating.






Dec 18, 2014 Amazon Launches One-Hour Delivery Service
Live in Manhattan? Have an Amazon Prime account? Well, today is your lucky day.






Dec 18, 2014 N. Korean Hack on Sony Won't Go 'Unanswered': Official
Two U.S. officials told NBC News that the government assessment the hackers were acting on orders from the North Korean government.






Dec 18, 2014 What's Old Is New: BlackBerry Reboots 'Classic' Smartphone
BlackBerry' hopes the Classic will help it win back market share and woo those still using older versions of its physical keyboard devices.






Dec 18, 2014 Can't Go 'Unanswered': N. Korea Ordered Sony Hack, Officials Say
Two U.S. officials told NBC News that the government assessment the hackers were acting on orders from the North Korean government.