The hack was a catastrophic loss of data for parents and children, and could have been prevented had lessons from other breaches been learned.
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Facebook saw an increase in monthly active users on the site year-over-year.
The chipmaker's finances continues to suffer at the hands of a competitive market.
The bookselling giant says the spin-off will help the company increase its presence in the "growing market for digital educational content and services.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. But the startup promises to bring content creators "more tools, more platforms, and even more opportunities."
Shortly before the Christmas vacation break got under way, a single line of bad code at the UK's national air traffic control center left thousands of people grounded for days.
The Main Street electronics giant aims to restructure after filing Chapter 11 papers.
The technology giant's chief executive's compensation was up more than 10 percent as approximately 5 percent of the company's staff were laid off.
The real problem for White House chief technology officer Megan Smith isn't getting the Obama administration off floppy disks. It's about budget and authority.
And now, for your reading pleasure, we present the worst products and services and technology screw-ups of 2014.