24 November 2014

Webcam Hackers and Cyber Security (video)

Cyber security experts in the UK have been warning the public of a Russian hosted website containing thousands of live webcam feeds. Bloomberg spoke to internet security expert, David Emm from Kaspersky Lab, and asked what people can do to protect themselves. (Source: Bloomberg 11/21)


New York Times

Washington Post Releases Free App for Kindle, in First Collaboration WithAmazon
New York Times
The phrase, borrowed from its new owner, the billionaire Amazon founder ... with Mr. Bezos, said Shailesh Prakash, The Post's head of technology.
Washington Post launches twice-daily tablet editions on Amazon Fire app - Washington Post


Google tests subscription service for ad-free websites
The test for Google's Contributor program enables you to see a thank-you ... Facebook is next at 8 percent, followed by Microsoft at 2.9 percent and ...

Reuters: Google Break-up?
European Parliament may propose Google break-up in draft resolution

New York Post

Amazon plans a streaming-video alternative
New York Post
Amazon's vice president of Kindle, Peter Larsen, displays the Amazon Fire ... Amazon boss Jeff Bezos is primed and ready for a fresh assault on the ...
Amazon Moves Closer To A Free, Ad-Supported Video Service - TechCrunch
Amazon reportedly launching free, ad-supported video service - Engadget

Wall Street Journal

Google Looks to Get Back Into China
Wall Street Journal
In the U.S., just two app stores dominate— Apple 's App Store for iPhones ... News of Google's effort was earlier reported by technology website The ...


Amazon unveils its Black Friday plans
As more and more companies continue to move their Black Friday sales earlier into Thanksgiving Thursday, Amazon has taken a different approach.

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