The Top 10 Tech Stories of 2013
BlackBerry Pitches BBM for Biz
Is Macbook Webcam Spying on You?
Android, iOS, and...CyanogenMod?
Reforms Urged To Curb NSA Spying
The tech industry, once again, hatched some of the hottest business stories of the year, piquing interests on privacy, enormous wealth creation and supersized falls from prominence.
A day after BlackBerry said its BlackBerry Messenger will come bundled on LG phones, the Canadian smartphone maker is touting the mobile messaging platform for enterprises.
New research and individual accounts of webcam spying have concluded that if someone wants to hack into your Macbook webcam, its light can be disabled, allowing the spying to go undetected.
With Android and iOS the Nos. 1 and 2 mobile platforms, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and others have jockeyed for third. Now an Android replacement called CyanogenMod could land in that coveted position.
Yahoo, Google, Microsoft and the other Internet companies that have decried the National Security Agency's snooping tactics may see at least some of the changes they have been demanding.