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

Jay Z Takes On Spotify and Beats

Jan. 30 -- Former eMusic CEO Adam Klein and Bloomberg Intelligence's Paul Sweeney discuss Jay Z's expansion into music streaming to take on Spotify and Apple’s Beats. They speak with Bloomberg's Alix Steel on "Street Smart."

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.”