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Monthly archive August, 2016

Google Buys Nest From Alphabet…But Why?

Google Buys Nest From Alphabet…But Why?
It's always fun to speculate every time Major Corporation A buys Huge Technological Thing from Major Corporation B,... Read More →

Drop Box Logins And Passwords Stolen…4 Years Ago

Drop Box Logins And Passwords Stolen…4 Years Ago
The popular cloud storage firm DropBox has been hacked and the details of 68 million of its users' emails and login... Read More →

Hackers Breach US State Election Boards

Hackers Breach US State Election Boards
In the Will Ferrell/Zach Galifianakis comedy "The Campaign," the quintessential good guy loses the election. He bemoans... Read More →

Facebook Changes WhatsApp Privacy Rules Despite Promises Not To

Facebook Changes WhatsApp Privacy Rules Despite Promises Not To
Facebook's hope that it could relax the privacy policy of WhatsApp, the world's most popular messaging app, without... Read More →

Asia Business Worst For Cybersecurity Globally

Asia Business Worst For Cybersecurity Globally
According to a report by US security company Mandiant, Asian businesses are the most poorly defended in the world... Read More →

Apple Issues Patch For Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

Apple Issues Patch For Zero-Day Vulnerabilities
Apple has issued a warning to its customer base, urging them to update their devices' iOS to include a new patch that... Read More →
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Russian “Pizza Hacker” Found Guilty In US Court

Russian “Pizza Hacker” Found Guilty In US Court
Roman Seleznev, the son of a prominent Russian politician, and fabled “Pizza Hacker,” has been convicted in a US... Read More →

Gene Study Errors Confirm: Scientists Suck At Excel

Gene Study Errors Confirm: Scientists Suck At Excel
For the majority of individuals and businesses worldwide, Microsoft Excel is the go to spreadsheet software, and... Read More →

Instagram Launches “Stories,” And It’s No Snapchat

Instagram Launches “Stories,” And It’s No Snapchat
Okay, that headline was mildly misleading. Instagram has launched its very own Stories option (literally, as in, it's... Read More →

IObit Uninstaller Saves Windows 10 Users

IObit Uninstaller Saves Windows 10 Users
The rollout of Windows 10 was interesting, to say the least. While a lot of Microsoft devotees eagerly anticipated the new operating system before its launch, the reality of it Read More →

Back To School Cybersecurity Tips

Back To School Cybersecurity Tips
It may seem hard to believe, but summer's almost over and the new school year is already here. While students prepare... Read More →

Ashley Madison Security Investigation: “Unacceptable shortcomings” Report Finds

Ashley Madison Security Investigation: “Unacceptable shortcomings” Report Finds
Privacy watchdog investigating the now infamous Ashley Madison data hack of July 2015 reports that the website used... Read More →
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Windows 10 Anniversary Update Breaks Webcams Globally

Windows 10 Anniversary Update Breaks Webcams Globally
Microsoft’s big first anniversary update (the biggest update since it launched last year) for its flagship OS,... Read More →

What’s Wrong With Education Software

What’s Wrong With Education Software
For the purposes of this article, there's an important distinction between "educational" software and "education"... Read More →

Gawker.com News Site To Close Soon

Gawker.com News Site To Close Soon
The news site Gawker.com will shut down next week, just days after its parent company was purchased by Univision. ... Read More →

Court Rules Against WebWatcher Spying Software

Court Rules Against WebWatcher Spying Software
The developer of an internet monitoring software has lost in an appeal filed by plaintiffs suing the company for... Read More →

Cisco Lays Off 5500 workers As Company Shifts To Cloud

Cisco Lays Off 5500 workers As Company Shifts To Cloud
Cisco Systems Inc has announced it will lay-off around 5,500 employees over the next 12 months; a large proportion of... Read More →

Arrest Made In Sage Data Breach

Arrest Made In Sage Data Breach
Agencies like the Identity Theft Resource Center, which first started tracking data breaches in 2005, have shown that... Read More →