Will Target ever recover losing 110 million customers' credit card data?

Let's be fair, Target has tried and tried to show full transparency in view of the massive credit card hack that it, and its customers, have suffered. The company is being apologetic. But, can it ever recover from something this huge, and it may not be over, yet.

10 3D-printable home goods that could put Target out of business

Sure, 3D printing has brought us a ton of cool creations and unique ideas (can we just go back to the whole 3D-printed Aston Martin thing?), but did you know it can save you a trip to the store when you’re in a pinch? If you have access ...

NASA targets wayward asteroids

Like many of his colleagues at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, Shyam Bhaskaran is working a lot with asteroids these days.

Target to stop selling Kindles

Target is to pull the plug on Amazon's Kindle in all its outlets, and has already removed them from its online store.

CO2 emissions hit record high

After 2009's dip in carbon emissions caused by the world economic crisis, levels hit a record high last year.

Asus attempts to explain Transformer shortage

A Taiwanese-based Asus rep has attempted to explain why Android enthusiasts are having such a difficult time purchasing the elusive Transformer tablet.

Is the Asus Transformer a phantom tablet?

Target has reportedly cancelled a number of Asus Eee Pad Transformer orders, just days after offering a $40 coupon that brought the total cost of the Android Honeycomb tablet down to $360 (plus tax and shipping).

Wikipedia hits $16 million fundraising target

A rush of donations over the holiday period has helped the Wikipedia Foundation hit its fundraising target for the year, allowing it to continue to inform - and sometimes misinform - for another year.

Amazon begins selling iPad

Amazon has now officially begun selling the iPad, one of its fiercest rivals in the portable media market, in a move that represents just how powerful each side has in its core business.

Is Facebook stifling democracy?

Grass-roots activists have accused Facebook of anti-democratic behavior for disabling key features on corporate boycott pages.

Netbooks and redtape economics

For the past six months I have been using a HP mini for word processing and accessing wireless Internet at school. I lost my 40 watt AC adapter yesterday, and finding a new one that was reasonably priced was harder than you would think - much harder.

Facebook gift cards coming to Target

Are you stuck trying to figure out what to get that special person as a birthday present? How about a Facebook gift card!

Kindle retail rollout heading to all Target stores

After a trial run in select locations, Target will now be introducing Amazon's Kindle throughout its entire chain of more than 1,700 stores in 49 states.