• In this Sept. 12, 2012 file photo, a man uses a cellphone as he passes a T-Mobile store in New York. Credit reporting agency Experian on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015 said that hackers accessed the social security numbers, birthdates and other personal information belonging to about 15 million T-Mobile wireless customers. T-Mobile uses Experian to check the credit of its customers. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)

    Experian says 15M have info stolen in hack of T-Mobile data

    NEW YORK (AP) — Hackers have stolen personal information belonging to about 15 million T-Mobile wireless customers and potential customers in the U.S., including Social Security numbers, home addresses, birthdates and other personal information.

  • In this photo taken Tuesday, July 14, 2015, Bob Perkins, facilities manager at LightEdge Data Center, talks about the company's new data storage facility in Kansas City, Mo. LightEdge Solutions Inc. opened with the help of a projected $15.5 million in sales, income and property tax breaks. An Associated Press analysis of state revenue and economic-development records shows that government officials extended nearly $1.5 billion in tax incentives to hundreds of data-center projects nationwide during the past decade. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

    States competing for data centers extend $1.5B in tax breaks

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The former limestone mine seemed perfect for a large computer data center. The air was cool. The rock walls provided a defense against natural disasters. And the tunnels bored into a Kansas City hillside had access to abundant electricity and fiber-optic cables.

  • This product image provided by TiVo shows the new TiVo Bolt digital video recorder. With one press of a button, the Bolt will skip an entire commercial break when users watch recordings. The feature will work with about 20 over-the-air and cable channels, including the major broadcast networks, mostly during primetime hours. (TiVo via AP)

    New TiVo DVR will skip through entire commercial break

    NEW YORK (AP) — TiVo wants to help you skip TV commercials.

  • In this Monday, Aug. 24, 2015 photo, Brian Torcellini, Google team leader of driving operations, right, poses for photos with vehicle safety specialists Rob Miller, top left, and Ryan Espinosa, next to a vehicle at a Google office in Mountain View, Calif. Google employs a few dozen "safety drivers” that grab the steering wheel or hit the brakes on a fleet of robot cars that Google’s engineers are programming to navigate the roads without human assistance. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

    Google’s driverless car drivers ride a career less traveled

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) — After a friend recommended that he join a secret Google project six years ago, Brian Torcellini suddenly found himself on the road to an occupational oxymoron. He became a driver in a driverless car.

  • Atlanta-based company expands into Albuquerque with 125 jobs

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — An Atlanta-based information technology services company plans to create 125 jobs in Albuquerque over the next few years.