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The Anthem logo hangs at the health insurer's corporate headquarters in Indianapolis Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015. Hackers broke into the company's database storing information for about 80 million people in an attack bound to stoke fears many Americans ha
 
  Anthem members can expect letters within two weeks  
  Anthem members who'd given the company their email address got a message Thursday.  
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  Among the various research projects at MIT's Senseable City Lab is one that tracks layers of digital mobility in major global cities, such as this one slide focusing on Singapore.   Hail that pod! How Google, car makers see the future
As auto and tech companies eye looming urban congestion issues, autonomous cars are key.
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  Goldman sings Pandora's praises   Tech Five: Pandora, GoPro sinking
Shares of streaming music service plunging in early trading.
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    Lively watch isn't perfect but it could save grandma
Lively hub and watch can remind grandma to take meds and reach out for emergency help.
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  Tinder is a dating app that underage kids have no business using.   Five apps that could be dangerous for kids
While these apps are fun for adults, parents should monitor kids' activity.
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  Insurance companies that offer programs to track driver habits include technology that's not very secure, suggests researchers.   Q&A: Beware programs tracking driver habits
Tools insurance companies use to track driving habits might not be secure.
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  The Kapture Audio-recording Wristband Device is an example of a growing trend of wearable technology. Kapture CEO Mike Sarow shows off the wristband, which allows users to record the previous 60 seconds of audio at a time.   Experts: Wearable tech tests our privacy limits
Security experts say 2015 could be a tipping point on the collection and use of our data.
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  Kieran Hannon is CMO for Belkin, International.   Talking Tech: Net neutrality, Google vs. Uber
Our tech experts discuss the FCC's net neutrality rules and more.
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  markets      
  RadioShack has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.   RadioShack files for bankruptcy protection
RadioShack files for bankruptcy protection
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  personal      
  Canon's new 5DS has a 50 megapixel image sensor.   Mega-megapixel! Meet world's highest resolution DSLR
Canon's new 5DS and 5DS R have 50.6 megapixel image sensors
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  The Day In Pictures Gallery
A person watches an eruption at the Piton de la Fournaise volcano on Feb. 5 on La Reunion island in the Indian Ocean.

A person watches an eruption at the Piton de la Fournaise volcano on Feb. 5 on La Reunion island in the Indian Ocean.
 
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