This day in tech history, October 13, 1983 Ameritech Mobile Communications executive Bob Barnett makes a phone call from a car parked near Soldier Field in Chicago, officially launching the first cellular network in the United States. #leadingedgecomputers #phone #cellular ... See MoreSee Less
This day in tech history, October 5, 2011, Steve Jobs passes away. After a long battle with pancreatic cancer, technology visionary and founder of Apple Computer, Steve Jobs passes away. Together with Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs started the personal computer revolution with their Apple II computer. By introducing the iPhone and iPad, he ended the PC era he created, kickstarted The New World of Technology and led Apple from the brink of collapse to the most valuable company in the world.
Yahoo revealed Tuesday that every single one of its 3 billion accounts got hacked in a 2013 breach. Late last year, it had said that the attack compromised 1 billion accounts -- which already made it the largest data breach ever.