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The NSA has been known for attacking OpenSSL from the inside, removing the secure layer from Web services, allowing the spying and surveillance giant to gain information on everyday citizens conversations and store them in hidden servers. This makes it all the more believable that the NSA ...

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Twitter continues to grow at a rather fast rate, but compared to some services, especially with a mobile focus, it has slipped up. The fact that Twitter incorporates different features like hashtags, followers and tweets makes it a little less friendly for new users. This may be ...

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Researchers from Google and Codenomicon have found a huge security flaw in OpenSSL that could have affected millions of Web servers worldwide and offered a gateway for hackers to intercept tons of data from popular Web services. The extend of the security flaw, named Heartbleed, is unknown yet, ...

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In 2012, we may have celebrated the expansion of social media and its impact in our lives, but 2013 was more about information security within social networks. This comes in light of the security scares that have emerged. The most recent struck a few days back, ...

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When Disney acquired Pixar for $7.4 billion, everyone already knew it was a worthwhile deal. Pixar had made some of the best movies that decade and the two companies had been partners throughout the time, with Disney handling the distribution end. Disney is looking for the next ...

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Amazon has announced the first price hike to Amazon Prime since the service was announced in 2005. The price has been raised from $79 to $99 per year, a little lower than we were initially expecting. The e-commerce giant has said in conference calls they would be ...

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The tablet is becoming much more ubiquitous in America. It seems like nearly every business need can be taken care of on a tablet: networking, video conferences, reading reports, budgeting, etc. Now retailers are even changing over their point of sale (POS) systems from cash registers ...

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In an ever growing list of odd and wrong projects, the NSA reportedly tried to spread malware through the social network Facebook, in order to infect targets and gain information to personal data. The Intercept, Pierre Omidyar's privately funded website with Glenn Greenwald, reveals details of how ...

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