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AVG unveils invisibility glasses to defend against facial recognition » More

Blackphone Announces New Privacy-Oriented Phone and Tablet » More

 

Broadcom Debuts Multi-Codec 4K Chips » Here

 

Google Plans to Be a Wireless Carrier, but at Small Scale » Here

 

Hands-On With the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge » More

 

HTC Unveils a New Phone and Wearable Device » Here

 

Next IBM MobileFirst for iOS Apps Unveiled » Here

 

Nokia’s Shift From Devices To Enabling Connectivity is Complete, Almost—Mobile World » More

Qualcomm Announces Next Generation Biometrics Solution » More

 

Silent Circle Details New Secure Devices—Mobile World » Here

 

     

 

 

 

Amazon's Twitch Site Bets on Poker » More

 

Ericsson joins the queue to sue Apple for patent infringement » More

 

IBM Outlines Plan to Revamp Business for Investors » Here

 

Lawmakers Seek Information on Funding for Climate Change Critics » More

Magic Leap » Here

 

Net Neutrality: What Happened? What’s Different Now? » More

 

NXP, Freescale Plan Mega Merger » Here

 

Opportunities and Challenges In China’s Fragmented Android Market » More

Pentagon Shops in Silicon Valley for Game Changers » Here

 

Samsung Phones Pack 14nm SoC (Envisioneering Partial Quotes) » More

 

     

 

 

 

5G Horizon Seen at ISSCC » Here

 

Battles loom over tough new neutrality rules » More

 

Food Waste Is Becoming Serious Economic and Environmental Issue, Report Says » More

Google's DeepMind artificial intelligence aces Atari gaming challenge » Here

India's TechM hooks up with IBM for a hybrid cloud platform » Here

 

Japan focuses self-driving car technology » More

 

Lenovo website DNS record hijacked » Here

 

Pebble Launches New Color-Display Smartwatch, Says It’s ‘Gearing Up for Battle’ With Apple » Here

The future of health care is a dongle attached to your smartphone » More

 

Toshiba launches improved mobile 8-megapixel CMOS image sensor » More

 

   

 

 

 

5 Trends to Watch at Mobile World Congress » More

 

Apple Told by Jury to Pay $532.9 Million in Patent Trial » More

 

Bridj, a start-up using big data to improve bus transit, set to launch in Washington, D.C. » Here

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

 

Google Plans New Headquarters, and a City Fears Being Overrun » Here

 

Hillary Clinton to tech: Inclusivity is must have » More

 

It's official: NSA spying is hurting the US tech economy » More

 

Mysteries of Sleep Lie Unsolved » Here

 

Samsung Gear VR: Virtual reality is becoming reality » Here
 

     

 

 

 

 

1 in 3 Europeans Lie On Signup Information, Symantec Says » More

 

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

 

Flexus goes from startup to $1.3B acquisition at light speed in biotech boom » Here

Google plots path to bring Inbox to Google Apps for Work » Here

 

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

Innovation at core for IBM, GlobalFoundries » More

 

STMicroelectronics Introduces Digital UV Sensor for Mobile, Wearable, and IoT Applications » More

The new BYO push: build your own software » Here

 

     

 

 

 

AMD hiring CPU engineer to improve GPU drivers » More

 

Apple to spend €1.7bn to build two data centres in Europe » More

 

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

Charting a Course to Carrier-Grade WiFi » Here

 

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

 

IBM's Watson morphs into big business » More

 

Intel Carves Tiny SRAMs at 14nm » Here

 

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

 

Crapware: Why manufacturers install it, what you can do about it, and why it's not going to go away » More

Deadly CRE Germs Linked to Hard-to-Clean Medical Scopes » Here

 

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

Microsoft delivers public preview of mobile real-time analytics on Azure » More

Oracle updates big data portfolio, aims to be 'visual face of Hadoop' » Here

Samsung’s Move to Payments Creates Friction With Google » More

 

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

 

 

 

   

 

AT&T’s Offer: Share Your Data for Personalized Ads, or Pay More » Here

Geotagging could help find missing persons » More

 

HP Targets Cisco and Facebook With New Line of Open-Source Networking Gear » More

Lionsgate Launches ‘Insurgent’ Virtual Reality Experience with Samsung » Here

Net Neutrality's Technical Troubles » Here

 

Researchers: Lenovo laptops ship with adware that hijacks HTTPS connections » Here

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

Samsung buys LoopPay, all but confirming new Apple Pay rival » More

 

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

 

Qualcomm Intros New Mobile Chips » 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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