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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) ...
    More Than 1000 Businesses Affected by 'Backoff' MalwareWall Street Journal
    virus threatens computerized cash registersNews 12 New Jersey
    Retailers urged to scan for hackers' softwareFort Wayne Journal Gazette
    Chinatopix -Design & Trend -Chicago Tribune
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  2. Smartphone: boom holders, but few downloading app - Techsonia


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    Smartphone: boom holders, but few downloading app
    Techsonia
    Today there are very few people who do not have a smartphone; yet, not everyone likes to download the app. 65.5% of smartphone owners, in the USA, do not download any new apps. The figure emerges from a report of the company ComScore. The number ...
    Smartphone users stick to limited mobile apps: ReportTimes of India
    Google dominates top 10 apps, says ComScoreUSA TODAY
    Most smartphone users don't download apps; here are 5 worth snatchingLos Angeles Times
    ReadWrite -Empire State Tribune
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  3. Amazon Prepares Online Advertising Program - Wall Street Journal


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    Amazon Prepares Online Advertising Program
    Wall Street Journal
    Amazon has told potential ad partners that it may begin testing a new placement platform later this year. Pictured, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in June. Reuters. Amazon.com Inc. AMZN -0.40% Amazon.com Inc. U.S.: Nasdaq $331.59 -1.32 -0.40% Aug. 22, 2014 ...
    Amazon Preps To Foray Into The Lucrative Internet Advertising: ReportHeadlines & Global News
    Amazon readying an attack on Google's ad businessPhys.Org
    Amazon.com preparing to take on Google in the online business advertisementEmpire State Tribune
    The Drum -iStreet Research -TheDomains.com
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  4. 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
    Renegade NSA, GCHQ spies help fix Tor vulns, claims project chiefRegister
    Tor Network Gets Data Leaked from UK, US Spy AgenciesDumb-Out
    PBS NewsHour -Threatpost -BetaNews
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  5. Secret to receive an update removing photo library access, adding Flickr search - AppAdvice


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    Secret to receive an update removing photo library access, adding Flickr search
    AppAdvice
    Secret, the anonymous social sharing network, is set to receive an update bringing a number of significant changes to the application, according to a recent report. The news comes from 9to5mac, which explains that the new version of Secret for iOS “both ...
    Anonymous messaging app Secret to block real names,add new featuresTimes of India
    Anonymous sharing app “Secret” isn't so anonymous after allWashington Post (blog)
    Secret App Will Block Users From Using Real NamesHeadlines & Global News
    Apple Insider -9 to 5 Google -VentureBeat
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  6. Who owns monkey selfie? US Copyright Office decision is out - Tech Times


    Tech Times

    Who owns monkey selfie? US Copyright Office decision is out
    Tech Times
    The U.S. Copyright Office released a draft update to the rules on the ownership of creative works, showing its decision on who owns the copyright for the controversial monkey selfie. (Photo : Wikimedia Commons). The decision of the United States Copyright ...
    Viral Monkey Selfie Doesn't Belong to Anyone, US Officials SayChinatopix
    Monkey selfie can't be copyrighted: US regulatorTimes of India
    What Monkey Selfies, Elephant Art, Catchphrases and DNA Have in CommonWall Street Journal (blog)
    Register -KUNM
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  7. iPhone 5 battery gone bad? Apple might replace it for your, for free - ZDNet


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    iPhone 5 battery gone bad? Apple might replace it for your, for free
    ZDNet
    While many of us are waiting for Apple to release its next iPhone, the Cupertino giant is still looking after people who bought the iPhone 5. What's Hot on ZDNet. After a 10-year Linux migration, Munich considers switching back to Windows and Office ...
    Apple Opens Battery Replacement Program For Affected iPhone 5 UnitsTechCrunch
    Defective iPhone 5 Batteries Will Get Free Replacement: Are You Eligible?International Business Times UK
    Apple activates iPhone 5 battery replacement programTech2
    Jagran Post -Apple Insider
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  8. Researchers Hack Major Mobile Apps To Find Who Are Most Vulnerable - Upstart Magazine


    Upstart Magazine

    Researchers Hack Major Mobile Apps To Find Who Are Most Vulnerable
    Upstart Magazine
    US researchers hack some of the major mobile app to test the cyber security capabilities of these apps. Advertisements. Researchers were able to breach into a number of apps by disguising malicious software as another downloaded app. They said the ...
    Use Gmail on Google Drives new featureStreetWise Tech
    8 great college apps for back-to-schoolChristian Science Monitor
    Gmail smartphone app vulnerable to hackers, researchers sayFortune
    CSO Online -Tom's Hardware Guide -SlashGear
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  9. For Secret X Project, Google Acquires Gecko Design: Active Stock GOOG - Tech News


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    For Secret X Project, Google Acquires Gecko Design: Active Stock GOOG
    Tech News
    Google X is where its “outside the norm” ideas are launched. The outside of the box projects that the company hopes will make it one of the leading technology companies for the remainder of the century and beyond. Google ended the week by wrapping up ...
    Google goes for design with Gecko acquisitionInferse
    Google Buys Gecko Product Design Firm; Moves Startup's Small Team To ...Headlines & Global News
    Google Acquires Product Design Company GeckoChinatopix
    Pulse 2.0 -Tech2 -Economic Times
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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
    NBCNews.com
    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 ...
    Google to add steering wheel, brake, accelerator pad to driverless car to meet ...abc7news.com
    Pedals and wheel in that Google robo-car or it's off the road – Cali DMVRegister
    Google driverless cars must boast steering wheel in road tests, at least in ...Tech Times

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