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  1. UPS Store Malware Likely Hit Many Other Companies - Tom's Guide


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    UPS Store Malware Likely Hit Many Other Companies
    Tom's Guide
    UPDATED 6:45 PM EDT Friday Aug. 22 with link to a DHS/USSS bulletin with more information. The Backoff point-of-sale malware infection that hit 51 UPS Stores may be very widespread, the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) ...
    Retailers urged to scan for hackers' softwareFort Wayne Journal Gazette
    Gov't warns US retailers about hacking software14 News WFIE Evansville
    Over 1000 Businesses Affected by Malware that Struck TargetDesign & Trend
    Chicago Tribune -Techsonia
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  2. Secret App Will Block Users From Using Real Names - Headlines & Global News


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    Secret App Will Block Users From Using Real Names
    Headlines & Global News
    The popular app Secret changes its policies for photos and name usage. (Photo : Flickr Commons). The Secret app works as a mobile confessional. Users post their private thoughts and it's anonymous. Sometimes the use of real names can pull back the ...
    Anonymous sharing app “Secret” isn't so anonymous after allWashington Post (blog)
    Secret app to restrict photo uploads, block posts with real names in updateApple Insider
    Secret for Android update removes ability to access photo library or post full ...9 to 5 Google
    TechnoBuffalo -VentureBeat -Angle Chronicle
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  3. Amazon planning to take on internet advertising - iStreet Research


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    Amazon planning to take on internet advertising
    iStreet Research
    US online giant Amazon is now planning to take on internet advertising and compete with Google for that, said Wall Street Journal on Friday. Advertisements. According to them, Amazon is now coming up with its own program which aims to target ads with the ...
    Best News For Domainers Ever? Amazon Developing Product To Compete With ...TheDomains.com
    Amazon to compete with Google AdWords, is busy making new advertising ...Daily Bhaskar
    Amazon readying an attack on Google's ad businessBusiness Insider
    IBNLive -PCWorld
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  4. How To Compare Mobile Plans - Dumb-Out


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    How To Compare Mobile Plans
    Dumb-Out
    It's getting to be that time again! No, I'm not talking about back to school season, though it IS related… It is time to get a peek at what kinds of new feature we can expect from mobile devices this year. While the big debate is usually over which kind of phone is ...
    T-Mobile dangles carrot if you bring a friendUSA TODAY
    Analysts: Sprint's $60 Plan Will Not Affect Verizon or AT&T – Possibly T-MobileAndroid Headlines - Android News
    How the new smartphone plans stack upPensacola News Journal
    Washington Post (blog) -GeekSided -Techlicious (blog)
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  5. Report: NSA, GCHQ Agents Secretly Helping Tor Patch Bugs - PC Magazine


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    Report: NSA, GCHQ Agents Secretly Helping Tor Patch Bugs
    PC Magazine
    Tor says NSA and GCHQ employees are secretly informing Tor about bugs to stop colleagues from using it to spy. 0shares. Tor is a Web tool intended to help you navigate the Web undetected. Government officials have reportedly been using bugs in the ...
    Tor Developer Alleges that NSA and GCHQ 'Leak' Bugs in the BrowserVPN Creative
    NSA and GCHQ employees may be undermining the agencies' work to hack TorEngadget
    As governments invade privacy, tools for encryption grow more popularPBS NewsHour
    BetaNews -BBC News
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  6. US undercover investigators among those exposed in data breach - Reuters


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    US undercover investigators among those exposed in data breach
    Reuters
    BOSTON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A cyber attack at a firm that performs background checks for U.S. government employees compromised data of at least 25,000 workers, including some undercover investigators, and that number could rise, agency officials ...
    Records of up to 25000 Homeland Security staff hacked in cyber-attackThe Guardian

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  7. Smartphone users stick to limited mobile apps: Report - Times of India


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    Smartphone users stick to limited mobile apps: Report
    Times of India
    SAN FRANCISCO: There may be a growing number of apps for smartphones, but people in the US tend to cling to the few they like and shun the rest, an industry tracker says. Nearly two-thirds of US smartphone owners download no apps monthly, comScore ...
    Google dominates top 10 apps, says ComScoreUSA TODAY
    Most smartphone users don't download apps; here are 5 worth snatchingLos Angeles Times
    Maybe We've Just Reached Peak AppReadWrite
    The New Indian Express -Empire State Tribune -CNET
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  8. Monkey selfie can't be copyrighted: US regulator - Times of India


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    Monkey selfie can't be copyrighted: US regulator
    Times of India
    WASHINGTON: US regulators have ruled in effect that the now infamous 'selfie' taken by a monkey that swiped a photographer's camera cannot be copyrighted — because it wasn't taken through a creative, self-aware process. In other words, it was more on ...
    What Monkey Selfies, Elephant Art, Catchphrases and DNA Have in CommonWall Street Journal (blog)
    Monkey selfie row ends as US Copyright Office declares image public domainITProPortal
    Monkey selfie can't be copyrighted, federal office saysWashington Times

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  9. A closer look at the Gmail smartphone app hack and its wider implications - ITProPortal


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    A closer look at the Gmail smartphone app hack and its wider implications
    ITProPortal
    The researchers who hacked into Gmail on Android were able to show that apps can interfere with each other and that's the really scary part. We may become inured to any information about the hacking of our personal applications and data. It's going to be ...
    Use Gmail on Google Drives new featureStreetWise Tech
    App attacks: How can mobile users stay safe?Christian Science Monitor
    Gmail smartphone app vulnerable to hackers, researchers sayFortune
    Tech Times -Latino Post -CSO Online
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  10. Google's Self-Driving Cars Will Need Steering Wheels - For Now - NBCNews.com


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    Google's Self-Driving Cars Will Need Steering Wheels - For Now
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    No steering wheel? Not so fast. Google says it will modify its prototype self-driving car to comply with California Department of Motor Vehicles regulations governing testing of “autonomous” cars on public roads in the state. Those new rules require, among ...
    California requires Google to equip driverless car with manual controlsTech Times
    Google's Testing Self-Driving Cars In A Matrix-Style SimulationGizmodo Australia
    Google to add steering wheel, brake, accelerator pad to driverless car to meet ...abc7news.com
    Telegraph.co.uk -Maximum PC -CNET
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