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Gemalto: NSA and GCHQ probably did hack us, but there was no massive leak of encryption keys » More

Google Goes After Explicit Material on Blogger » Here


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Mysteries of Sleep Lie Unsolved » Here


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Bill Gates and Other Business Leaders Urge U.S. to Increase Energy Research » Here

Deutsche Bank signs multi-billion-dollar IT deal with HP » More


Developer gets Android Wear to work with the iPhone » Here


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IBM and ARM kit aims to make it simpler to build your first IoT device » More

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The new BYO push: build your own software » Here






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California to spend $20 million on building part of 'hydrogen highway' » Here

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Chip Packs 100, 64-bit ARM Cores » Here


Document Reveals Growth of Cyberwarfare Between the U.S. and Iran » Here

How HTTP/2 will speed up your web browsing » More


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Secrecy around police surveillance equipment proves a case’s undoing » More






Apple Is Forming an Auto Team » Here


Apple may produce electric car by 2020 » More


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Gemalto opens investigation into SIM card hack by NSA, GCHQ » Here


Government Spies Can Now Eavesdrop On Your Cell Phone And Millions Of Others » Here

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Tech Investors Create a Billion-Dollar-Baby Boom » More






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Net Neutrality's Technical Troubles » Here


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ScienceLogic collects $43 million from Goldman Sachs, other big investors » Here

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White House officially names first U.S. chief data scientist » More


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Hackers Ate My Homework
Hackers Ate My Homework
In a post Snowden era, at a time where a multi-national company (such as Sony) seems to have not heeded prior hacker warnings and attacks, will there be any limit to the temptation for individuals, studio execs, Government elders and insurance provider to yell "Hackers did it!" whenever they mess up?
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