Grab a Wii U Deluxe Bundle for Just $250, While They Last

If you're still hoping to pick up a Wii U this holiday season, Target is offering one of the best deals we've seen so far. $250 will get you a deluxe console with Super Mario 3D Land and Nintendoland, which is the lowest price we've seen on this particular bundle. If you have a Target REDCard, that'll come all the… » 12/14/14 9:05am 12/14/14 9:05am

Google's Reality-Bending Tablet Turned My Target Into an Icy Playground

Imagine you're part of a big brand like Target. How do you convince customers you're cool? If you're not waiting around for one of your employees to become a viral teen hearthrob, how about thrusting them into a virtual reality world? In the latest example of VR advertising, Google and Target have teamed up to let… » 12/05/14 12:25pm 12/05/14 12:25pm

Score Great Cyber Monday Deals on VIZIO TVs From Amazon and Target

Target's Cyber Monday TV deals are live, and the highlights are a variety of VIZIO Smart TVs at low prices, and with generous gift cards thrown in for good measure. In many cases though, Amazon has either matched the deal, or beaten it by about $20 with cash discounts for Prime members (get a free trial here). Just… » 11/30/14 4:22pm 11/30/14 4:22pm

Target KO's Every Other Retailer with This Super Smash Bros. Deal

Today at Target, if you buy a copy of Super Smash Bros. on Wii U, they'll throw in a $15 gift card. That's the best deal we've seen advertised on Smash this holiday season, and likely the best you'll see before the new year. [ Super Smash Bros. + $15 Gift Card] » 11/27/14 9:32am 11/27/14 9:32am

Hackers Ravaged Home Depot With a Password Stolen from a Vendor

Earlier this year Home Depot confirmed that 56 million cards had been compromised in one of the biggest retail security breaches in history. Now we know that much like the Target hack—which was traced to a heating company—Home Depot was infiltrated by custom malware and passwords stolen from a third party vendor. » 11/06/14 6:57pm 11/06/14 6:57pm

Intrepid Hackers Use Chinese Takeout Menu to Access a Major Oil Company

With big companies taking every precaution against malware they can possibly think of, it's getting increasingly difficult for hackers to wedge their way in. So instead of going after the highly secure company employee accounts themselves, hackers are going after what those employees hold most dear—Chinese takeout. » 4/08/14 10:52am 4/08/14 10:52am

Target Knew About Its Massive Hack—It Just Didn't Do Anything to Stop It

Throughout the total absurdity that's been the aftermath of Target's massive data breach, one question has continued to persist unanswered: Why the hell didn't one of the biggest retailers in the country have sufficient security software? Well, the thing is—it did. It just ignored it. » 3/13/14 9:54am 3/13/14 9:54am

Report: Target's Big Credit Card Hack Might Involve Even More Retailers

The Wall Street Journal reports that Verizon Communications is investigating similar security breaches at two more as-yet-unnamed retailers that occurred around the same time as the massive Target credit card hack late last year. The two retailers affected by the newly-discovered attack have not yet announced the… » 2/26/14 3:51pm 2/26/14 3:51pm

Neiman Marcus Missed 60,000 Alerts As Hackers Stole Credit Card Info

Remember how Neiman Marcus revealed that hackers accessed credit card info for brick-and-mortar store customers? Turns out, during the eight-month period when hackers were snooping around the company's system, they set off nearly 60,000 security alerts. That seems like a lot of pop-ups to casually dismiss. » 2/22/14 6:00pm 2/22/14 6:00pm

Looks Like Russians Were Behind the Target Hack

A U.S. government report finally offers up some details about the series of hacks that led to theft of the debit card information for 40 million people and the personal information of 70 million. Based on chunks of computer code written in Russian, it appears our old Cold War foes may have been the culprits. » 1/16/14 4:45pm 1/16/14 4:45pm

Target Hackers Also Swiped Personal Info of 70 Million Customers

So remember a few weeks ago when Target admitted that hackers had swiped the data of 40 million customers, but no one needed to worry because it was all encrypted? Well, Target's starting to realize that quite a bit more data was swiped than it previously thought—specifically, the names, mailing addresses, phone… » 1/10/14 9:46am 1/10/14 9:46am