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July 29th, 2011
10:05 AM ET

How to 'disconnect' from your job and enjoy a tech-free vacation

Among Americans vacationing this summer, almost half say that they will, or did, work on their vacation, according to a recent online poll conducted by Harris Interactive.

The poll also showed that of those people, 35% admitted to monitoring their email and 22% said they checked their voicemail or occasionally took phone calls.

Is it possible to take a truly tech-free vacation and disconnect from all the devices in your everyday?

Today on American Morning, Mark Orwoll, international editor for Travel + Leisure, offers tips on the best ways to truly "disconnect" from your hectic professional life while on vacation.


Filed under: Tech • Technology • Vacation
July 20th, 2011
10:08 AM ET

How dangerous are cybercriminal hacking groups?

Just one day after hackers took down the website for the Murdoch-owned newspaper "The Sun," the FBI went on the offensive, arresting 16 possible cybercriminals yesterday and executing 35 search warrants throughout the U.S.

Fourteen people were arrested for their supposed connection to the hacking group "Anonymous, " which hacked PayPal after it suspended its Wikileaks account, while two others were arrested for cybercrimes linked to the LulzSec hacking organization.

Today on American Morning, Dave Aitel, President and CEO of Immunity Inc., joins Kiran Chetry to explain how dangerous these hacking groups really are and to discuss how law enforcement is attempting to address the threat they pose to online security.

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Filed under: Hacking • Tech • Technology
April 7th, 2011
10:38 AM ET

John Legend teams with Samsung for tech contest

John Legend and Samsung are helping to boost the next generation of math and science pioneers. The "Solve for Tomorrow" initiative is a video submission contest with a one million dollar technology prize. John Legend and executive vice president of Samsung, David Steele speak to CNN's American Morning.


Filed under: Tech • You Have to See This
January 18th, 2011
10:35 AM ET

Apple's Steve Jobs: taking medical leave 'to focus on my health'

He's not telling us exactly why or for how long, but Steve Jobs announced Monday he will be taking a leave of absence from his duties as Apple's Chief Executive to focus on his health.

What Jobs has told us, though, is who will replace him during his leave. Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook will be the man to fill in for the tech legend. Many are worried about Apple's future without Jobs at the helm but Cook has been in this position before; Cook filled in for Jobs during two prior leaves of absence. Those past absences came with Jobs' battle with pancreatic cancer and a liver transplant. Now, many are guessing Jobs' current absence is related to his prior health problems.

T.J. Holmes talks to Leander Kahney, Editor and Publisher of CultofMac.com and Author of "Inside Steve's Brain", about what the future holds for Apple in light of Monday's announcement.


Filed under: Tech • Technology
August 4th, 2010
10:00 AM ET

Meet NASA's newest astronaut, Robonaut 2

(CNN) – How about this for proof that the future is now: NASA's newest astronaut is a robot with its own Twitter account. The space agency is planning on sending Robonaut 2, or "R2" for short, up to join the crew of the International Space Station in November. NASA hopes it'll take over some of the routine tasks on board. Our John Zarrella got a chance to meet R2 in this CNN exclusive report. Watch Video

Learn more about Robonaut 2


Filed under: NASA • Tech
August 3rd, 2010
03:00 PM ET
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