27 May 2014

How to Protect Your Company From Data Breaches (video)

How to Protect Your Company From Data Breaches: Video - Bloomberg:
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How to Protect Your Company From Data Breaches - Verizon's Eddie Schwartz discusses how to avoid data breaches with Angie Lau on Bloomberg Television's "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg May 26)

Report: Apple plans to introduce a connected home platform at WWDC
PCWorld (blog)
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off in a week, and ... And big tech companies already want in: Look no further than Google's ...

Apple focuses on music creation, travel writing in latest 'Your Verse' iPad ads
Apple Insider
Apple on Sunday released two new spots for its "Your Verse" iPad campaign touting the tablet's music creation and travelogue capabilities with stories from composer Esa-Pekka Salonen and travel writer Cherie King. Composer and principal conductor of the ...

Apple asks US court to make Samsung remove infringing features
IDG News Service - Following up on a jury verdict, Apple has asked a court in California to order Samsung Electronics to stop using features that were ...

Google 'Right To Be Forgotten' Ruling Unlikely to Repeat in US
... Security Agency secretly broke into communications on Yahoo and Google abroad and targeted overseas ... "The right to be forgotten is a great idea philosophically, but it is wrong to put the onus on Google or Facebook," she said.

Google, Costco and Facebook Best Employers in the US: Glassdoor Poll
Google, Facebook and wholesale retailer Costco offer the best pay and benefit packages in the United States, according to employee ratings compiled ...

A Look At Amazon's Burgeoning Robot Army
Currently, Amazon utilizes around 1,000 robot workers on its facility floors. ... In short, it looks like Google's not the only one building a robot army.

Facebook: We should know about the 4 new privacy
Views Times
Facebook has finally caved to public pressure and agreed to improve its privacy settings, but the tighter security for its traditional features also comes ...

Apple iPhone 6 is coming: What you should know
Going into an iPhone launch there's never much doubt about whether Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL ) latest addition to the key lineup will sell better than its ...

Google's current stance on patents with Android would have prevented Google from ever having ...
Apple Insider
This might remind you of Apple's Siri, or the development of the NCSA web ... Out of the ashes of the Dot Com Crash, Yahoo and Microsoft rapidly began earning ... Over the ten years since that Yahoo deal, Google has maintained an ..... 

Yahoo's Ad Business Ain't Dead Yet - Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) | Seeking Alpha
By Alex Cho
Some environments are a little more ad-friendly, like the Facebook homepage, whereas other environments aren't as easy to advertise on, like Yahoo ...

Everything Is Broken — The Message — Medium: "Once upon a time, a friend of mine accidentally took over thousands of computers. He had found a vulnerability in a piece of software and started playing with it. In the process, he figured out how to get total administration access over a network. He put it in a script, and ran it to see what would happen, then went to bed for about four hours. Next morning on the way to work he checked on it, and discovered he was now lord and master of about 50,000 computers. After nearly vomiting in fear he killed the whole thing and deleted all the files associated with it. In the end he said he threw the hard drive into a bonfire. I can’t tell you who he is because he doesn’t want to go to Federal prison... This story isn’t extraordinary at all. Spend much time in the hacker and security scene, you’ll hear stories like this and worse...." (read more at link above)

U.S. Case Offers Glimpse Into China’s Hacker Army - NYTimes.com: "One man accused of being a hacker for the Chinese military, Wang Dong, better known as UglyGorilla, wrote in a social media profile that he did not “have much ambition” but wanted “to wander the world with a sword, an idiot.” Another, Sun Kailiang, also known as Jack Sun, grew up in wealthy Pei County in eastern China, the home of a peasant who founded the ancient Han dynasty and was idolized by Mao. They and three others were indicted by the United States Justice Department this week, charged with being part of a Chinese military unit that has hacked the computers of prominent American companies to steal commercial secrets, presumably for the benefit of Chinese companies...."

Intel Vs. Qualcomm: Who Has The Better Roadmap For 2015? - Qualcomm Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM) | Seeking Alpha"Intel will gain market share as a result of aggressive pricing and performance gains. However, I don't think Intel's graphics and modem solution will match Qualcomm's in 2015."

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