MarketWatch Take On Tech
New store mannequins are no dummies12/19/14
Some of today's store mannequins have more than meets the eye. Andrew O'Day reports.
The best workplace app of 2014
One workplace app rises above the rest as we look back over the year. Steve Potisk reports.
App firms up your health knowledge
A new app aims to help you get smarter about health. Charlie Turner reports.
Google preps an Amazon counterstrategy
Google wants to get back some of the shopping mojo it's lost to Amazon, and it hopes a button can accomplish it. Andrew O'Day reports.
The internet becomes Volvo's car dealer
Volvo launches a plan to sell all its cars online. Andrew O'Day reports.
ID check - soon there will be an app for that
One U.S. state is nearing a rollout of the nation's first driver's license smartphone app. Andrew O'Day reports.
Sony fights data hacking with data hacking
Sony Pictures has launched a cyber counteroffensive following last month's 100 terabyte hack attack. Andrew O'Day reports.
Five golden rules for safe online shopping
Matt Little, vice president of data encryption company PKWARE runs down the list of safe online shopping tips, and urges you to check it twice.
Web advertisers find more fraud than feared
New research pegs the money lost to internet advertising fraud in the billions. Andrew O'Day reports.
Civil rights groups split over net neutrality
When it comes to the president's recent call for net neutrality, no one is neutral. Andrew O'Day reports.
Yo Adrian! We've been hacked!
Sylvester Stallone is one of the 47,000 people associated with Sony Pictures whose information was breached. Andrew O'Day reports.
Video game console is 2014's Red Ryder BB gun
A survey finds most American kids and teens, and almost half of adults, are hoping for a game console under the tree this year. Andrew O'Day reports.
Twitter enables social media content police
Twitter is beefing up its tools for users to report harassment. Charlie Turner reports.
Online is the new way the cookie crumbles
Finally, Girl Scout cookies are coming to the internet, but only if you're invited to the party. Andrew O'Day explains.
How far would you go for a good selfie? Surgery?
More people are opting for plastic surgery to look better in selfies. Charlie Turner reports.
Coursework on drones redefines higher education
More colleges are training people to fly drones. Jim Asendio reports.
Recharge your phone in a matter of seconds
How would you like to recharge your cellphone in under a minute or an electric car in a few minutes? It could happen soon. Ira Mellman reports.
The Social Network gets a First Amendment test
This coming Monday the U.S. Supreme Court will hear its first case that tests the limits of free speech in social media. Andrew O'Day reports.
Are bank tellers going the way of the milkman?
Technology and greater customer use of online banking are threatening the status of the once ubiquitous bank teller. Charlie Turner reports.
Apps give you loyalty cards without the plastic
If you have too many loyalty cards, you can store their data on mobile apps. Charlie Turner reports.
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