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  • Anonymous has launched a 30-day attack against central banks, the hacking group warned this week, after strikes on several banks by different hackers.

  • Periscope now letting users save live streams

    The app will let users keep a broadcast if a they add '#Save' anywhere in the video title.

  • Top ISIS recruiter killed in US airstrike

    Neil Prakash was the mastermind behind attacks against both Australia and the US.

  • Hacker Guccifer claims he hacked Hillary Clinton's servers

    Marcel Lehel Lazar tells NBC News he gained access to Clinton's 'unsecure' servers.

  • DisneyLife allowed subscribers in China to access Disney-branded movies, games and e-books, and helped them to plan trips to Disney's Hong Kong and upcoming Shanghai theme parks. The service stoppage comes amid a broader crackdown on digital media in tandem with an increasingly restrictive political climate in China. Apple Inc.' s movies and e-books...

  • Alibaba vs Amazon

    Duncan Clark, author, talks about e-commerce platform Alibaba and the Chinese growth story, and contrasts the company with Amazon.

  • BT CEO on the rollout of ultrafast broadband

    Gavin Patterson, CEO of BT, talks about the telecom company's target for improving the U.K.'s broadband infrastructure.

  • Top VC long Amazon

    Chamath Palihapitiya, Social Capital Founder & Managing Partner, discusses his long position on Amazon and his view on the business model.

  • Apple Music to unveil a refresh at WWDC

    The tech giant is trying to revamp the interface, build out its digital radio service and integrate platforms.

  • Anonymous attacks Greek central bank

    The activist group warns of a 30-day campaign against central bank sites worldwide.

  • 10-year-old earns $10K reward for finding Instagram flaw

    A 10-year-old hacker from Finland found a security flaw in Facebook's photo-sharing app.

  • Hulu CEO confirms TV bundle plans

    Mike Hopkins says the company is trying to deliver what users want to watch next.

  • Snapchat could have something to do with Facebook slowdown

    Facebook's user engagement growth could slow down because of Snapchat and other fast-growing networks.

  • Apple Music revamp expected

    CNBC's Dominic Chu and Dan Costa of talk about how changes to Apple Music could make it a stronger competitor with the likes of Spotify.

  • Google takes on Apple in India

    The search giant signed its first carrier billing deal in the country, allowing users to buy content and get charged on their phone bill.

  • The Baidu Inc. logo is displayed outside company's headquarters in Beijing, China, on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016.

    Baidu could face stiff penalties and healthcare digital ads could be subject to tougher controls in the aftermath of a student's death, SCMP reports.

  • NEW YORK, May 3- A new Connect tab on Twitter Inc's mobile app makes it easier for people to find accounts to follow, the social network said on Tuesday as it launched the new feature to attract more users. The tab suggests a list of accounts based on those already followed, as well as popular ones in the area, product manager Ricardo Castro said in a blog post on the...

  • Jared Leto 'Beyond the Horizon'

    Jared Leto, Academy Award-winning actor, talks about his tech investments, band, "Thirty Seconds to Mars," and digital series for AOL.

  • AOL starts virtual 'RYOT'

    Bryn Mooser, RYOT co-founder, and Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO, talk about AOL's acquisition of virtual reality company RYOT and discuss its initiative to link content to action. VR is the number one thing being discussed at the advertising upfronts, says Armstrong.

  • Social media 101 for CEOs

    Clara Shih, Hearsay Social CEO, discusses how corporate leaders can tap into their company's social business to appeal to the always-connected customer.