Cybercrime expert Mikko Hypponen talks us through three types of online attack on our privacy and data -- and only two are considered crimes.
Automakers are working hard to make their vehicle offerings "smarter" through the implementation of a wide range of gadgets and technologies. HLN's Mario Armstrong gets to the bottomof what's behind the new gadgets you can now find behind the wheel.
Apple products sold by scalpers in China fuel a black market frenzy for the gadgets. Here are some of the scalpers in action...
Intel is doing its best to reinvent the PC. Paul Otellini, CEO of Intel, says the company's ultrabook computers are more like consumer electronics than traditional PCs. He believes these devices will catch on in the very near future.
Green vehicles typically look anything but cool. However, The Product Design Show shows us an electric motorcycle that is both stylish and energy-efficient.
The electronics giant has developed a prototype touchscreen that is completely transparent that they envision as the window of the future. What do you think?
What's turning heads at this year's Detroit Auto Show? Reuters deputy editor-in-chief and car enthusiast Paul Ingrassia takes a tour of the standout models in the Detroit Auto showroom.
Consumers flock to certain outlets across the Chinato snap up a smartphone that bears an uncanny resemblance to Apple's iPhone. However, this phone is available at a fraction of the cost.
Software developed for closed-circuit television systems can identify individuals and track them across entire networks of cameras.
Thousands of people packed into the Las Vegas convention center to check out the latest and greatest in technology at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show. Patranya Bhoolsuwan reports on the latest innovations on and off the show floor.
Goldman Sachs Partner Abby Joseph Cohen talks about her work as a member of the government's new Innovation Advisory Board. She and her board are trying to determine whether the United States is as innovative as it could be. Also, the board is trying to determine how to turn that innovation into actual jobs.
The 2012 Consumer Electronics Show is set to kick off in Las Vegas with Microsoft announcing this will be its last year at the annual gadget fest.
A burst of hiring in December pushed the unemployment rate to its lowest level in nearly three years, giving the economy a much-needed boost.
Yahoo has named Scott Thompson, president of eBay Inc.'s PayPal division, as its new CEO. Thompson has his work cut out for him. The struggling Internet company has been without a permanent CEO since early September. It fired Carol Bartz after losing patience with her attempts to turn around the company during her 2 ½ years on the job.
Reuters M&A correspondent Nadia Damouni says Research In Motion recently turned down takeover overtures from Amazon.com as it tries to engineer a turnaround. If you're having trouble watching this video, try downloading the latest version of Flash Player or contacting your IT department.