Hack the Planet

Everything is connected, and here's why that's a bad thing

Hack Stats

2.2 Million

The number of vehicles equipped with BMW’s ConnectedDrive service that were vulnerable to a hacker attack, according to auto club ADAC

Social Media

Shrinking Galaxy

"Samsung can no longer monopolize the market."

Ko Jung Woo, a Seoul-based analyst at BS Securities

Technology Video

T-Mobile to Broadcast Unique Super Bowl Ad on Internet

Jan. 30 -- T-Mobile US Inc. is the only Super Bowl advertiser that took NBC up on the chance to show a different commercial to viewers live streaming the game instead of watching on TV. The fourth-biggest U.S. wireless carrier, known for criticizing its bigger competitors, is going to show online viewers an ad featuring comedian Rob Riggle promoting its data rollover plans. (Courtesy of T-Mobile US Inc.)

Zebra Tech Has 2 Sensors on Every Super Bowl Player

Jan. 30 -- Zebra Technologies General Manager Jill Stelfox discusses wearable tech on Super Bowl XLIX players showing how fast they run and a variety of other statistics. She speaks on “Bloomberg West.”

FCC Broadband Recast Raises Stakes for Comcast M&A Deal

Jan. 30 -- The FCC voted to redefine broadband access by raising minimum download speeds to 25 megabits per second (Mbps) from 4 Mbps and upload speeds to 3 Mbps versus 1 Mbps. Bloomberg’s Tom Giles reports on how this impacts Comcast’s Time Warner Cable deal on “Bloomberg West.”