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Washington TimesUPS Store Malware Likely Hit Many Other Companies
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) ...
Gov't Warns US Retailers About Hacking Software
Most U.S. Businesses Don't Know They Were Caught Up In Massive Cyberattack
More than 1000 businesses affected by same malware as Target
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USA TODAYTech Tips: Considerations when phone contracts end
Salt Lake Tribune
MALVERN, Iowa • As my two-year contract with Verizon came to an end last month, I had to resist the company's various promotions and discounts. In accepting the offers, I'd have to give up Verizon's unlimited data plan, which lets me use the phone's cellular ...
How the new smartphone plans stack up
Analysts: Sprint's $60 Plan Will Not Affect Verizon or AT&T – Possibly T-Mobile
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Sprint Offering Unlimited Data Plans for $60
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Reuters UKReport: Amazon building ad system to compete with Google's
Amazon plans to expand its small online ad delivery business enough to take on Google's AdWords, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The company is developing a platform for delivering ads both on its own properties and other sites, potentially ...
Amazon plans to take on Google's online ad business
Amazon developing own online advertising software: WSJ
Amazon Prepares Online Advertising Program
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BBC NewsNSA and GCHQ employees may be undermining the agencies' work to hack Tor
It's no secret that US and British spy agencies are trying to crack the Tor network, but new information suggests that the agencies' floundering efforts may be sabotaged from within. For the uninitiated, Tor is a web browser that anonymizes a person's identity, ...
As governments invade privacy, tools for encryption grow more popular
Tor Exec: Intelligence Insiders Disclose Bug Information With Tor Developers
Rogue GCHQ and NSA agents intentionally leak information to help Tor users ...
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Sky News AustraliaGoogle gobbles Fitbit whiz Gecko Design to strengthen those things that don't ...
Google has bought up Gecko Design, the industrial design house behind products like the One Laptop Per Child PC and Nike's Fitbit. "This is an incredible opportunity for everyone at Gecko," Jacques Gagne, Gecko's president and founder, gushed on the ...
Google Buys Gecko Design for next-generation consumer X products
Google buys Gecko Design for X projects
Google Adds Gecko Design to Its Acquisitions
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ReutersUS undercover investigators among those exposed in data breach
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 ...
Hackers hit up to 25000 fed workers
Records of up to 25000 Homeland Security staff hacked in cyber-attack
Security breach hit 25000 federal workers
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Wall Street JournalCopyright Office: You Can't Copyright Work By Monkeys Or Gods
New guidelines released by the U.S. Copyright Office have finally clarified the confusion: monkeys cannot apply for copyright protection in the United States, Government Executive reports. The controversy stems from the ability of some monkeys to apparently ...
US Copyright Office rules that monkeys CAN'T claim copyright over their selfies
Who Owns A Monkey's Selfie? No One Can, U.S. Says
Ghost and monkey selfies can't be copyrighted, says US gov't
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NBCNews.comMost smartphone users don't download apps; here are 5 worth snatching
Los Angeles Times
Apple's App Store is loaded with apps, but each month, 65.5% of U.S. smartphone owners refrain from downloading any new apps. Apple's App Store is loaded with apps, but each month, 65.5% of U.S. smartphone owners refrain from downloading any new ...
Maybe We've Just Reached Peak App
Google & Apple Show Strong Potential for Digital Music Apps in New comScore ...
Top seven percent of smartphone owners account for nearly half of all app ...
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Telegraph.co.ukGoogle forced to add steering wheel to driverless cars
Google has been forced to add a steering wheel and pedals to its driverless cars because of new rules on testing which demand that a human can take control in the event of a software mishap. A new directive from California's Department of Motor Vehicles ...
Google's Self-Driving Car Will Have A Steering Wheel
Google's Self-Driving Cars Will Need Steering Wheels - For Now
Rules Force Google to Install Steering Wheel in Self-Driving Car
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Researchers Hack Android Apps With Up To 92 Percent Success Rate, Windows ... - Tom's Hardware Guide
Sci-Tech TodayResearchers Hack Android Apps With Up To 92 Percent Success Rate, Windows ...
Tom's Hardware Guide
Researchers from the University of California Riverside have discovered a flaw in the Android operating system, that allows them to hack most Android apps between 82 and 92 percent of the time. The way they accomplish this is by having the user install a ...
Gmail, other Android apps hacked with 92% success rate
NETWORK SECURITY Researchers Find Malicious Android Apps Can Hack Gmail
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Gmail Users Beware of Installing Malicious Android Apps
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