Earning an Ivy League degree and working at Microsoft after teaching himself about computers in Tehran has inspired Hadi Partovi to give back by launching Code.org, a nonprofit that teaches kids and teens to build personal robots and more. TODAY’s Ryan Seacrest reports.
Riverbed Technology Inc.'s stock plunged in aftermarket trading Tuesday after the maker of computer networking equipment released a second-quarter report and forecast indicating the company is being hurt reduced U.S. government spending on its products. Full story
If it looks like an ordinary computer chair, that's by design.A Texas company is selling a new chair built to keep you safe.The Guardian Chair contains a detachable bullet-proof vest the user can remove and wear during an emergency."There's two things I can do. I can duck behind the chair as a shiel Full story
INDIANA (www.incnow.tv) - A third party review found no measurable negative impact on ISTEP+ scores despite the interruptions from computer problems. The review, released Monday, also shows students scored higher than in the previous year in most areas. Full story
In New Jersey, prosecutors brought the largest hacking and data breach case prosecuted so far involving a sophisticated scheme to steal credit and debit card numbers used at 17 big companies. NBC’s Lisa Myers reports.
Dr. Jennifer Berman and Dr. Sherry Blake analyze Anthony Weiner’s online antics on MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews.
The agency responsible for Russia security is reportedly ditching their computers and resorting to typewriters in order to prevent the kinds of computer leaks that recently embarrassed the NSA.
Detectives investigating the murder of Chanin Starbuck discover her cell phone and begin to wonder, could this be the clue to finding her killer?
Sales of personal computers are down 5 quarters in a row. Are tablets and smartphones the kiss of death for PC? CNBC's Jon Fortt and Mark Spoonauer, Laptop Magazine, weigh in.
A young woman looks at a computer screen showing the bookcover of "The Cuckoo's Calling" by Robert Galbraith on July 15, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Robert Galbraith has been identified as the pseudonym of Harry Potter author Joanne K. Rowling. AFP PHOTO / DPA / MAURIZIO GAMBARINI GERMANY OUTMAURIZIO
A trader looks up at a chart on his computer screen while working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the market opening in New York in this file photo taken July 11, 2013. U.S. economic growth unexpectedly accelerated in the second quarter, laying a firmer foundation for the
A man passes by an illuminated IBM logo at the CeBIT computer fair in Hanover February 27, 2011. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz
Woman looking at computer at night in bed