New light has been shed on solar power generation using devices made with polymers, thanks to a collaboration between scientists in the University of Chicago's chemistry department, the Institute for Molecular Engineering, and Argonne National Laboratory.
Home Depot said Thursday that 56 million payment cards were affected by a malware attack that started in April.
In a statement, Home Depot said that it completed its investigation and added enhanced encryption at point of sale terminals in its U.S. stores. Enhanced encryption will be complete in early 2015. Home Depot's encryption technology was provided by Voltage Security and tested by independent firms.
With Kindle Freetime, Kindle Freetime Unlimited, and an investment in an ed tech startup, Amazon has long shown an interest in the footie pajama customer base. On Wednesday they targeted those customers with a new kid’s tablet option.
The Kindle Fire HD Kids Edition is not so much a new tablet as it is a customized version of the Kindle Fire HD 6 or HD 7 tablets which launched Wednesday night.
Microsoft is trying to attract developers to its Windows Phone mobile operating system, having reduced the cost of a developer membership and improving its benefits.
Microsoft is now offering lifetime accounts for Dev Center, with a one-time registration payment enabling developers to submit apps for Windows Phone and Windows, which costs $19 for individuals and $99 for companies. Previously developers would have had to pay this subscription fee once a year.