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  1. Equifax's disastrous Struts patching blunder: THOUSANDS of other orgs did it too
  2. Pirate Bay hits users’ CPUs with secret cryptocurrency mining
  3. Here Are 11 Hidden Features in Apple's iOS 11
  4. Mingis on Tech: All about Android 8.0 'Oreo'
  5. Poor passwords still putting UK firms at risk
  6. Life-hacking websites you didn’t know existed (10 photos)
  7. DHS Bans Federal Agencies From Using Kaspersky Security Products
  8. Quantum Computing Poses Risks to Cryptography and Bitcoin

  9. Google security veteran warns AI cyber defenses won't help, yet
  10. Top 10 most desired traits for cybersecurity job candidates
  11. 5 top ways to run Windows on a Mac
  12. 8 hot IT hiring trends — and 8 going cold
  13. Hackers hid malicious code in popular CCleaner software
  14. DIGITS
  15. 24 Things You Can Do in iOS 11 That You Couldn't Before
  16. http://flip.it/Kizf96
  17. Warriors of the Net HD - YouTube
  18. Apache Struts vulnerability likely behind Equifax breach, Congress launches probes
  19. Discovery Channel - The Secret History Of Hacking
  20. Pope blasts climate change doubters: cites moral duty to act
  21. The 10 must-have Safari extensions of 2017
  22. Nova Launcher 5.4 Brings New Features & Sesame Shortcuts | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  23. Everything you need to know about iOS 11 in one place
  24. Dragonfly APT group may be prepping to sabotage U.S. power facilities, report warns
  25. Self Drive Act looks to bring secure connected cars to road sooner
  26. Dragonfly 2.0 Hackers Targeting the Energy Sector, Symantec Finds
  27. Thousands of Deutsche Bank employees will be replaced by robots
  28. Hackers Gain Direct Access to US Power Grid Controls
  29. Samsung’s Note 8 Nearly Perfects the Phablet
  30. Wells Fargo finds 1.4 million additional fake accounts created
  31. The 12 must-have Firefox add-ons of 2017
  32. Mozilla Firefox 55 Brings Virtual Reality to the Web
  33. 10 Reasons Why Video Is Surpassing Chat as a Key Collaboration Tool
  34. iOS 11 has a ‘cop button’ to temporarily disable Touch ID
  35. Top 10 Security Challenges for 2017
  36. iCloud security: How (and why) to enable two-factor authentication
  37. Top skills you need to avoid being replaced by a machine
  38. Daily Stormer Takedown Is 'Dangerous' for Free Speech, Says EFF
  39. The 7 best browsers for Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  40. Big, beautiful, but breakable: Check out the best Galaxy S8 Plus cases | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  41. 3 Unique Android Apps You Won’t believe Exist | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  42. Samsung Galaxy S8 Camera User Guide Tutorial: How To Get The MOST From It
  43. The Guy Who Made Up All Those Password Rules Is Sorry
  44. Scientists Put Malware in DNA For the First Time
  45. Most corporate information systems are just two steps away from failure
  46. ZEDGE - We make phones personal
  47. Drippler - Updates, Apps & Tips for Your Phone on the App Store
  48. https://www1-lw.xda-cdn.com/files/2017/07/Screen-Shot-2017-07-17-at-12.29.48-PM.png
  49. How to Make Your Wi-Fi Faster and Better
  50. Pros weigh in on phishing the White House
  51. Need a new password? Don't choose one of these 306 million
  52. Linux Journal
  53. Seven Zen Stories That Could Open Your Mind
  54. How to use the Files app in iOS 11
  55. 14 Behind-The-Scenes Facts About "The Big Bang Theory" That'll Make Your Inner Nerd Squeal
  56. 9 mind-expanding podcasts to listen to if you only have 30 minutes
  57. How to Fix Bad Samsung Galaxy S8 Battery Life | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  58. Best Kodi Keyboards in 2017. Shortcuts and Customizations You Should Know | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  59. IBM's Plan To Encrypt Unthinkable Amounts of Sensitive Data
  60. You don't need to close apps on your iPhone
  61. DNP Bad Password TKTK
  62. Speed Up Your Podcasts for More Efficient Listening
  63. Manage And Unsubscribe From All Your Online Accounts With This App
  64. Tell Siri This For a Witty Response
  65. NBC2 Investigators: Danger hidden behind Facebook personality quizzes
  66. Google adds more security features to prevent another Google Docs phishing attack
  67. Microsoft’s Path Guide is a User-Supported Indoor Navigation App for Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  68. 3 Must Have Apps to Secure Your Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  69. Why Tech Pros Need to Develop Soft Skills
  70. Feeling depressed? These apps can help, or get you help | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  71. How to Stream Every Star Trek TV Series and Film
  72. Two-factor authentication is a mess
  73. lamb tatoo on bald head - Google Search
  74. Your Phone Is Your Most Vulnerable Gadget. Protect It Now
  75. How to Protect Your Digital Self
  76. 29 of the Toughest Interview Questions With Answers
  77. Best 5 Apps to Customize Your Android Device’s Appearance | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  78. The Best New Android Apps For July 2017 | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  79. Whether or not you cut the cord, this is the only streaming media device you’ll ever need
  80. The Fourth of July Twilight Zone Marathon Schedule, With Links For Cordcutters
  81. The Best Linux Distributions for Beginners
  82. 25 Things That Will Blow Your Mind For No Reason At All
  83. Android O Officially Unveiled: What's New and How to Get It
  84. 17 helpful Google products and services you never knew existed
  85. Apple is preparing for the death of the iPhone
  86. Standard Ebooks
  87. Explore a Variety of Common Attacks & Learn How to Prevent Them Using Android
  88. How to hack with Android
  89. Google Photos adds smarter sharing, suggestions and shared libraries
  90. Nums: Ultra-thin Smart Device to Transform Laptop Trackpads » Back this project — Kickstarter
  91. The Petya ransomware is starting to look like a cyberattack in disguise
  92. What Is Steganography? | WIRED
  93. Top 5 most popular Android apps from last week: Firefox Focus, Grasshopper | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  94. Here's your first look at the biggest iPad update ever | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  95. Jeep & Segway Tours - Garden of the Gods Visitor Center
  96. Standard eBooks Is a Gutenberg Project You’ll Actually Use
  97. Here's the one thing everyone learning to code should do, no matter what
  98. 7 Buddhist Habits That Will Change Your Life
  99. ‘Batman’ star Adam West had sex with eight women a night
  100. How to Cancel Your Useless iOS App Subscriptions
  101. How to master Google Photos
  102. Dropbox, iCloud, Amazon, and More: Cloud Storage Services Compared | WIRED
  103. 13 Of The Best Life After Death Movies
  104. Apple looks ahead with the new MacBook Pro
  105. Apple announced the future this week, and you probably didn't even notice
  106. Internet cameras expose private video feeds and remote controls
  107. A Cool Interactive HTML Cheat Sheet For New & Pro Web Designers - DesignTAXI.com
  108. The biggest data breaches in recent history
  109. Inside Google’s Global Campaign to Shut Down Phishing
  110. Pat Conroy’s Crab Cakes - his legacy to the food world
  111. 10 new and notable Android apps from the last week (5/23/17 - 5/29/17) | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  112. Get Android O features on any Android phone right now with this free launcher | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  113. Mossberg: The Disappearing Computer
  114. 5 reasons why the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is my daily driver | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  115. Google's AI Is Now Creating Its Own AI
  116. Every 'Alien' movie, ranked from worst to best
  117. SKYGLOWPROJECT.COM: KAIBAB ELEGY
  118. This Time Lapse Video of the Grand Canyon Will Give You an Existential Crisis
  119. Simple things you can do to protect against ransomware attacks
  120. Everything You Need to Know About the Google Docs Phishing Scam
  121. The 11 Powerful Habits of Truly Happy People
  122. "Don't Be a Know-It-All, Be a Learn-It-All"
  123. National maps
  124. Alexa Takes the Stand: Listening Devices Raise Privacy Issues
  125. Walmart wants to put sensors on everything so it can automatically order you stuff
  126. Linux Operating Systems for The Paranoid: What Are The Most Secure Options?
  127. Windows backdoor malware disguises itself as Adobe Flash on macOS
  128. https://www.howtoforge.com/subscription/
  129. The Google Docs spam attacks played off Google’s most fundamental weakness
  130. There's More Hype than Reality to Carriers' 5G Service Announcements
  131. No iPhone user can even imagine dealing with what Android users have to tolerate
  132. How to Tell Cool Free Apps From Dangerous Ones
  133. How to stop Facebook from using your browser history
  134. Student claims Google Docs blast was a test, not a phishing attempt
  135. Unpatched Wordpress Flaw Could Allow Hackers To Reset Admin Password
  136. San Francisco is considering a once unthinkable measure to offset the threat of job-killing robots
  137. This Artificially Intelligent Speech Generator Can Fake Anyone’s Voice
  138. How to Clean Up and Optimize Your Sluggish Mac
  139. Don’t Open That Google Doc Unless You’re Positive It’s Legit
  140. 31 science fiction, fantasy, and horror books to read this May
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  142. This Month’s Must-Have Gear, From Phones to Turntables
  143. 11 reasons why Samsung's Galaxy S8 is better than Apple's iPhone 7 for business | ZDNet
  144. A bill requiring the government to obtain a warrant to search your email just flew through the House
  145. What to expect now that Internet providers can collect and sell your Web browser history
  146. >10,000 Windows computers may be infected by advanced NSA backdoor
  147. Is a “robot tax” really an “innovation penalty”?
  148. Why the WikiLeaks CIA dump was the most damaging one yet
  149. Desperate Malls Turn to Concerts and Food Trucks
  150. Top 10 Ways to Break Into and Out of Almost Anything
  151. Linux/Shishinga malware spotted bruteforcing passwords
  152. For Senior Citizens, the Future of VR Lies in the Past
  153. Google Shares Details of Its Enterprise Mobile Security Strategy
  154. Education key to reducing systems attacks, says university security manager
  155. Anyware and Everyware
  156. Home - Mycroft
  157. AT&T Unveils A Fake 5G Network In The Hopes You'll Ignore T-Mobile Is Kicking Its Ass
  158. In the World of Tomorrow, Google Plans to Use AI to Do Everything
  159. Hackers Use Facebook Quizzes to Steal Personal Info
  160. Why the FCC’s Plans to Gut Net Neutrality Just Might Fail
  161. Why There Could Soon Be a Frenzy of Telecommunications Deals
  162. Steve Wozniak tells us one of his favorite stories about Steve Jobs
  163. AT&T announces it will build a fake 5G network
  164. Anker's New Battery Pack Is One of the First With USB-C Power Delivery
  165. WordPress, Joomla and Magento susceptible to new CMS malware
  166. Break Into Your Car Safely with a Door Stop and Metal Rod
  167. CW@50: A look at life on the job in IT through cartoons
  168. With the Galaxy S8, Samsung grabs the smartphone design crown
  169. 200 superb books everyone should read at least once
  170. A starter guide to taking the best photos with the Galaxy S8
  171. Amazon May Be Using a Hyperloop to Deliver Same-Day Shipping
  172. 7 Useful Features of Your Smartphone That You Don’t Use
  173. A Chip Revolution Will Bring Better VR Sooner Than You Think
  174. A.I. in the driver’s seat with the enterprise
  175. 10 Reasons Why an iPhone Owner Bought a Samsung Galaxy S8+
  176. Why can’t all my chargers just charge all my stuff? | The Verge
  177. All ready for that Easter holiday? Here's a mild MySQL security bug
  178. Neural networks made easy
  179. Apple gets permit to test autonomous cars in California
  180. 15 Touch Bar tips and tricks for the new MacBook Pro [Video]
  181. How to Enable YouTube's Secret Dark Mode in Chrome
  182. AT&T Acquiring Straight Path to Bolster Spectrum Holdings, 5G Strategy
  183. Six key security weaknesses in industrial systems
  184. Burger King’s new ad forces Google Home to advertise the Whopper
  185. Chrome and Firefox Phishing Attack Uses Domains Identical to Known Safe Sites
  186. 10 Things You Didn’t Know Google Assistant Could Do
  187. How to Spot a Link You Shouldn't Click On
  188. A fantastical new world of high-tech, high-concept stores is here
  189. Net Neutrality: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
  190. Windows XP: Why it won't die for years to come | ZDNet
  191. British visitors to US may be asked for passwords and phone contacts at airports
  192. Chrome now uses scroll anchoring to prevent those annoying page jumps
  193. Silicon Valley is living in a bubble of technology that’s not accessible to the rest of the world
  194. Tech Salaries Are Rising—but Not High Enough
  195. SC Exclusive: Spyware disguises itself as IRS tax notification
  196. Touchscreen use linked to sleep problems in infants
  197. How to Open Office Files Without Being Hacked
  198. How Google Book Search Got Lost – Backchannel
  199. Detroit is kicking Silicon Valley’s ass in the race to build self-driving cars
  200. Pirate radio: Signal spoof set off Dallas emergency sirens, not network hack
  201. Encryption: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
  202. If Your Flight Is Overbooked, Don't Volunteer to Get Bumped
  203. How the FBI Took Down Russia’s Spam King—And His Massive Botnet
  204. United finds a new way to make itself look awful, and then its CEO shows how to make things worse
  205. How to Search Google Drive Directly from Chrome’s Address Bar
  206. Allergies will be even more miserable in the future — thanks to global warming
  207. 10 Intense Movies That Will Keep You Glued to the Screen
  208. Privacy experts say the CIA left Americans open to cyber attacks
  209. Apple’s AirPods Aren’t For Music, They’re For Siri
  210. Amazon’s Free Shipping Pushes Small Retailers, Delivery Firms to Compete
  211. How Airlines Really Make Money, and the Week’s Other Insights
  212. Facebook is turning into a confusing social nightmare
  213. Adidas Just Changed the Sneaker Game Forever
  214. Google will flag fake news stories in search results
  215. 5 Linux Operating Systems That Offer Bleeding Edge Updates
  216. How to Optimize Safari for Maximum Privacy
  217. Fresh Meat: 10 new Android apps worth checking out | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  218. 10 Things Google Pixel 2 Needs to Compete With Samsung Galaxy S8
  219. 10 Features We Want to See in Apple’s New Mac Desktops
  220. Apple's Clips app hits iOS today to make video creation a cinch
  221. This Weird Trick Might Give You Brief Relief From Your Tinnitus
  222. YouTube will no longer allow creators to make money until they reach 10,000 views
  223. Yes, you can change the Galaxy S8's Bixby button to whatever app you want
  224. Apple's desperate Mac damage control message hints at a divided company | ZDNet
  225. YouTube TV — regular TV, over the internet, for $35 — has arrived
  226. 7 Interview Tips Every Introvert Should Know
  227. The Reckoning: Why the Movie Business Is in Big Trouble
  228. The Vast, Secretive Face Database That Could Instantly ID You In A Crowd
  229. Oath isn’t just a terrible name — it’s going to be a nightmare ad-tracking machine
  230. Verizon is taking aim at cable TV this summer with a low-cost competitor across the US
  231. Apple wants to sell customers a 'premium' TV bundle
  232. Google, Samsung, and other tech giants band together to stop Android lawsuits
  233. How to install Windows on an external drive
  234. Verizon is mashing Yahoo and AOL into a new company called Oath
  235. FCC removes competition requirement from Charter-TWC merger conditions
  236. 7 Amazing Apps and Widgets to Elevate the Android Experience | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  237. > Download Linux - LQ ISO
  238. If You Want to Stop Big Data Breaches, Start With Databases
  239. Welcome to The Great Courses Plus | The Great Courses Plus
  240. The Weekly Standard’s Arsenal to Fight Falsehoods: ‘Facts, Logic and Reason’
  241. Best Chrome extensions you didn't know about but should be using
  242. How to Run Android Apps on macOS
  243. Find Files Faster and Organize Your Mac With Finder Tags
  244. The Greatest Science Fiction Quotes Of All Time
  245. Extended emissions warranty - Honda-Tech
  246. Amazon is continuing to define what consumers expect
  247. Which Version of Chrome Do I Have?
  248. Is Setapp the future of Mac apps?
  249. We visited Amazon's first neighborhood bookstore and saw how it could change the industry for good
  250. The top 10 jobs to have in 2017, according to jobs website Indeed
  251. Google plans faster updates for all Android phones in 2017
  252. The 11 Best Sci-Fi Movies You Can Stream Right Now, From ‘2001’ to ‘Ex Machina’
  253. Can your smart home be used against you in court?
  254. Google Maps Now Remembers Where You Parked Your Car
  255. Ebay to start guaranteed three-day delivery on 20 million items | ZDNet
  256. Bixby is Samsung’s new ‘intelligent interface’ for smartphones and beyond
  257. Apple is on the defensive as it prepares the iPhone for the fight of its life
  258. The 10 highest-paying tech jobs in America in 2017
  259. It's time to face the ugly reality of face recognition
  260. Techmeme
  261. HTML Cheat Sheet + Free PDF Download
  262. How to backup Samsung Galaxy Note 5 data, files, pictures, videos, etc.
  263. Parody of BBC dad shows how woman would have handled it
  264. How to install Apache, PHP 7.1 and MySQL on CentOS 7.3 (LAMP)
  265. How to Create a Bootable USB Drive from Your Windows CD
  266. How to Add Extra Storage to Your Phone or Tablet with a Mobile Drive
  267. How to Make Your Amazon Echo Play a Sound When You Say “Alexa”
  268. A hacker reveals the most secure thing you can do to your passwords
  269. The internet of botnets and ransomware on your TV: Here come your next big security headaches | ZDNet
  270. PandaLabs: Attacking computers without running any malware
  271. Paying ransomware attackers perpetuates attacks, says researcher
  272. Google now recommends downloads to trick out your Android homescreen | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  273. The World Wide Web's inventor warns it's in peril on 28th anniversary
  274. How to - IFTTT - Productivity App
  275. How NFC Tags and Your Android Make Life Easier | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  276. Print Out the EFF's Border Search Pocket Guide Before You Travel Internationally
  277. How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication On Your Nest Account
  278. WIRED - What the what IS quantum computing? We've got you...
  279. Netflix’s takeover of American households just hit another milestone
  280. Angry IP Scanner - Fast Network Scanner - Darknet
  281. 7 Programming Skills All Website Developers Should Know
  282. Discover Chrome’s Hidden Pages and Features
  283. IBM speech recognition is on the verge of super-human accuracy
  284. Ikea Just Announced a Huge Change (It's Going to Alter Everything You Think About Ikea)
  285. New Apache Struts Zero-Day Vulnerability Being Exploited in the Wild
  286. I Tried Trump’s Media Diet. Now Nothing Surprises Me Anymore
  287. Friends of John Miller Morris
  288. 'Magic Tavern' is the funniest fantasy improv podcast you'll ever hear
  289. Wall Street crowds bullish on 'Fearless Girl' statue
  290. What is confirmation bias? - Definition from WhatIs.com
  291. Uber uses 'secret program' Greyball to hide from regulators - BBC News
  292. Another painful reminder of Android’s most infuriating problem
  293. A self-driving car that can do your errands for you
  294. FCC to halt rule that protects your private data from security breaches
  295. Introduction to Bitcoin
  296. Most Popular Young Adult Fiction Books
  297. George Takei cleverly tore through Trump's address to Congress using the power of tweets
  298. The best Apple ad from each year since its 1984 Super Bowl hit
  299. 18 Free Ways to Download Any Video Off the Internet
  300. How to access shell or run external commands from within Vim
  301. 16 Oscar-Nominated Movies You Can Stream Right Now
  302. 5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  303. What’s next for books?
  304. Hey Alexa, does this look infected?
  305. Snap starts selling Spectacles online in the US for $130
  306. How to use Android Instant Apps | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  307. How to Install and Configure Add-Ons in Kodi
  308. Trump vs. Truth: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) • /r/television
  309. No hype, just fact: Artificial intelligence in simple business terms | ZDNet
  310. Drippler - Making Your Smartphone Awesome
  311. 5 Apps that Change Notifications for The Better | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  312. 5 great Google Now Launcher alternatives | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  313. Watch Out! First-Ever Word Macro Malware for Apple Mac OS Discovered in the Wild
  314. The 5 stages of Chromebook acceptance
  315. Use 375,000 images from the Met however you want, for free
  316. Demand for Tech Pros Is Driving 2017's Job Market
  317. Experience the Dark Side of Android with Deep Darkness for Substratum | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  318. 38 times Stephen King absolutely slammed Donald Trump on Twitter
  319. Welcome to the next generation of wearables
  320. Use the Five Folder System to Finally Organize Your Email Inbox
  321. CodeWeavers Announces CrossOver 16.1.0 | Announcements | Community Forums | CrossOver Support | CodeWeavers
  322. Russians Engineer a Brilliant Slot Machine Cheat—And Casinos Have No Fix
  323. This is Microsoft’s master plan to make PCs beat Macs
  324. Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk backed 23 principles to ensure humanity benefits from AI
  325. Your e-books are about to get a big IQ boost
  326. Comcast will charge subscribers to use their Roku as a cable box
  327. What is Android Auto and how do you use it? | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  328. The Age of AI: What You Need to Know to Prepare for Synthetic Intelligence
  329. Introduction to Evernote 2017 – go paperless and keep track for everything in version 8.0 for iOS - TapSmart
  330. 8 Secret Android Functions 90% of Users Don’t Know About
  331. Microsoft Warns of Emails Bearing Crafty PDF Phishing Scams
  332. The Definitive Map of the World’s 10,000 Most Strange and Wonderful Places
  333. 10 best Android apps for power users - ExtremeTech
  334. How High Schools Are Demolishing the Classroom
  335. A Hilarious Compilation of Bloopers From Various Seasons of the Mary Tyler Moore Show
  336. How to Fix 5 Big Problems on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 After Updating to Marshmallow | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  337. Homebrew/brew
  338. The best bluetooth keyboard
  339. Already on probation, Symantec issues more illegit HTTPS certificates
  340. Facial recognition will replace passports in Australia
  341. How Deadly Is Your Kilowatt? We Rank The Killer Energy Sources
  342. It might be time to stop using antivirus, and just regularly update your software instead
  343. The Best Alexa Skills to Add to Your Amazon Echo
  344. Microsoft’s cloud privacy battle may go to US Supreme Court
  345. The Gear You Need to Make Your iPad Your Only Computer
  346. RansomFree Proactively Protects Your Computer Against Ransomware Attacks
  347. Why Apple will make smart glasses
  348. 6 startups from CES to watch in 2017 (with video)
  349. If you want to get smarter, speed-reading is worse than not reading at all
  350. Inside Instagram’s reinvention
  351. Pinboard: howto page
  352. 3 tips for securing your Android device | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  353. Fight Fake news. Know who is reputable.
  354. Android to the rescue: The top apps that could change your life | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  355. Carbanak gang using Google for malware command and control
  356. Product Finder - SkinCancer.org
  357. Security News This Week: Hackers Hack a Major Dealer of Hacking Tools
  358. How to turn your Android phone into a wireless flash drive | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  359. 9 Reasons Why I Can’t Get Over the Nova Launcher | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  360. Top 10 Cloud Trends for 2017
  361. Linux command line navigation tips and tricks - part 1
  362. 5 Ways Hackers Can Use Public Wi-Fi to Steal Your Identity
  363. The 7 Types of Computer Viruses To Watch Out For & What They Do
  364. How I cracked my neighbor's WiFi password without breaking a sweat
  365. The Biggest Security Threats Coming in 2017
  366. Quantum Computing Is Real, and D-Wave Just Open-Sourced It
  367. Top 10 Business Intelligence Trends for 2017
  368. 22 profound Arabic sayings that will clear your mind
  369. The Really Cool Android Folder Trick You Didn’t Know | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  370. The Way You Shop Will Change Forever This Year. Here's How
  371. The Verge Awards at CES 2017: Hi, Alexa
  372. The iPhone Remade Apple 10 Years Ago. Now It’s Slowing Apple Down
  373. Apple's iPhone turns 10: Here's how the device impacted business, work | ZDNet
  374. See Who's Using Your Wi-Fi & Boot Them Off with Your Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  375. Build Your Own Custom Audi Q5 | Audi USA
  376. 15 Of The Wildest, Weirdest, Walmart People Ever
  377. The Power User’s Guide to Safari
  378. These Are The Jobs With The Most Potential In 2017
  379. Organize accounts, budget your money and reduce debt
  380. Federal report: AI could threaten up to 47 percent of jobs in two decades
  381. Want to know Julian Assange’s endgame? He told you a decade ago
  382. 11 Great Movies From 2016 That You Can Stream On Netflix (And 1 On Hulu)
  383. How to Get Google Play on a Kindle Fire and Install Any Android App you Want
  384. Hackers have a new way to steal your banking login using WhatsApp
  385. Website claims to let you see everything your friends have downloaded
  386. Ex-Apple engineers are making incredible tech for your car — here's their first product
  387. [Android 7.1 Tip] Get rid of the Play Store on your home screen and use the 'My Apps' shortcut instead | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  388. The Feynman Technique Helps You Study Faster and Retain More Information
  389. Wireless Routers Are Hot Again. Here Are WIRED’s Favorites
  390. MacUpdate - 5 Awesome Apps for Only $39.99
  391. Encryption App ‘Signal’ Is Fighting Censorship With a Clever Workaround
  392. How to Clear Your Google Search History on Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  393. Apple is reportedly putting Mac development on the back burner
  394. 7 Differences Between Religion and Spirituality
  395. Should you install an antivirus on your Android device? | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  396. How to Safely Delete Private Data Forever
  397. The Best Indoor Plants to Clear the Air, Literally
  398. The 5 biggest tech trends of 2016: ZDNet editors sound off | ZDNet
  399. My Priorities for the Next Four Years - Schneier on Security
  400. Putin makes a surprise Christmas visit to Trump on 'SNL'
  401. How Quantum Computers Would Destroy Today's Encryption Methods
  402. Think cyberthreats are bad now? They'll get worse in 2017 with 'spear phishing,' etc.
  403. Fedora and Ubuntu 0-days show that hacking desktop Linux is now a thing
  404. 2016’s Best Wireless Speaker: UE Boom 2
  405. We Tested 4 GPS Apps That Work Even When You’re Offline
  406. Fern Wifi Cracker - Wireless Security Auditing Tool - Darknet
  407. Here's How to Safeguard & Speed up Your Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  408. Shell Integration - Documentation - iTerm2 - macOS Terminal Replacement
  409. The Botnet That Broke the Internet Isn’t Going Away
  410. FindLectures Is a Huge Repository of Free Digital Lectures
  411. Learn How To Use A DSLR Camera, With This Nifty Web Tool
  412. Amazon’s New Truck Can Haul Five Copies of the Internet—With Room to Spare
  413. People Are Pissed And Freaked Out That Uber Can Now Track You After Your Ride's Over
  414. Bringing Westworld's AI to Life: Google is Teaching its Robots to Dream
  415. Amazon just launched a cashier-free convenience store
  416. Alexa and Google Home Record What You Say. But What Happens to That Data?
  417. Trump's Presidency Will Be a Disaster for Public Education
  418. Colorful, Explosive Maps Reveal We All Live in Megaregions—Not Cities
  419. Enhance your Android home screen with these 7 tips and tricks | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
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  427. Massive Apple Leaks Reveal Radical New iPhone
  428. Why Fake News Is So Incredibly Effective
  429. Rejoice! You Can Finally Download Netflix Shows to Watch Offline
  430. The new MacBook Pro is kind of great for hackers
  431. Apple Pay Will Change the Way Your Brain Thinks About Buying Things
  432. The Galaxy Note 5 Is Now Getting A Galaxy Note7 Specific Feature | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  433. UK firms neglecting cyber security, say 74% of IT managers
  434. Google artificial intelligence whiz describes our sci-fi future
  435. Locky ransomware uses decoy image files to ambush Facebook, LinkedIn accounts
  436. These Are The Organizations That Can Now View Your Browser History Under New Security Laws
  437. 4 Most Effective Ways To Protect Your Android From Hackers | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  438. You should always check these 2 websites before buying anything on Amazon
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  445. This Online Course Is a Good Introduction to Ethical Hacking
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  453. U.S. Dept. of IoT? Experts debate need for Internet of Things regulation
  454. Amazon Alexa and Logitech Harmony Hub: How to add voice control to your entertainment center | ZDNet
  455. Beyond cyber espionage lies cyber sabotage and cyber disinformation | ZDNet
  456. How your connected home or office is a gift for hackers, criminals, and cyber spies | ZDNet
  457. Britain just passed the "most extreme surveillance law ever passed in a democracy"
  458. The Best Free Alternatives to Expensive Software
  459. How Thinking Like a Hacker Can Keep Your Data Safe
  460. android auto - Google Search
  461. Humanity and AI will be inseparable, says CMU's Head of Machine Learning | Verge 2021
  462. Why DNS Servers Are an Unprotected Back Door into Your Network
  463. Ransomware Takes Off, Web Browsers Under Attack: Kaspersky Report
  464. TrueOS Succeeds PC-BSD Desktop-Friendly Unix OS
  465. Google's new PhotoScan app makes it easy to digitize old prints
  466. At Sundar Pichai's Google, AI Is Everything--And Everywhere
  467. Microsoft joins the Linux Foundation | TechCrunch
  468. Apple MacBook Pro 15-Inch (2016)
  469. Microsoft will release Visual Studio for the Mac
  470. Shazam Keeps Your Mac’s Microphone Always On, Even When You Turn It Off
  471. Over 412 million adult-website credentials hacked: security firm
  472. Here's how Hyperloop One's massive, high-speed transport system will work
  473. 15 New IFTTT Triggers to Make Life Easier
  474. Chinese Hackers Busted the Google Pixel in Under 60 Seconds
  475. The Algorithmic Democracy
  476. Online freedom hit by pressure on social media, apps
  477. New attack reportedly lets 1 modest laptop knock big servers offline
  478. Your body reveals your password by interfering with Wi-Fi
  479. DZone
  480. Wildly inaccurate election forecasts highlight Big Data challenges | ZDNet
  481. Defining our relationship with early AI
  482. How to Use Photos for OS X With Photoshop, Pixelmator and Other Image Editors
  483. FBI operated 23 Tor-hidden child porn sites, deployed malware from them
  484. Fooling Facial Recognition Systems - Schneier on Security
  485. How to monitor progress of Linux commands using PV and Progress utilities
  486. Tech tips to help stay safe in Trump’s America
  487. DomainTools Rolls Out PhishEye to Fight Phishing Scams
  488. Clouds, Networks Are Keys to IT's Future, Pluribus Survey Finds
  489. Snapchat’s Spectacles are available today from strange yellow vending machines
  490. Spotify is writing massive amounts of junk data to storage drives
  491. The complete guide to living a newfangled USB-C (and Thunderbolt 3) lifestyle
  492. In Wake Of Trump Win, ISPs Are Already Laying The Groundwork For Gutting Net Neutrality
  493. Samsung To Intro Artificial Intelligence Assistant with Galaxy S8 | Sci-Tech Today
  494. Study finds malware lurking in Amazon, Google and Groupon cloud services
  495. It looks like we’re going to have a less open internet under Donald Trump
  496. How to encrypt your internet communication during a Trump presidency
  497. Installing Apache, PHP, and MySQL on Mac OS X El Capitan
  498. 16 Fantastic Movies That True Intellectuals Will Relish
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  501. Top 10 Android app updates this week: TeamViewer, LastPass | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  502. How to block the ultrasonic signals you didn’t know were tracking you
  503. 10 Ways to Search Google for Information That 96% of People Don’t Know About
  504. UK heading towards era of parliament-approved mass surveillance
  505. LinkedIn can now help you figure out the salary you deserve
  506. Best Android Launchers | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
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  511. Stop Using iCloud
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  513. Augmented Reality Poses Host of Security Issues as Popularity Rises
  514. How Stealthy Malware Avoids Detection in Corporate Networks
  515. It’s Finally Legal To Hack Your Own Devices (Even Your Car)
  516. MacBook Pro Thunderbolt 3 adapter guide: How to connect an iPhone, display, hard drive, and more
  517. A simple fix for the new MacBook Pro’s big problem - SlashGear
  518. Finally, there’s an emoji for ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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  521. How to use Android like a pro | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  522. Windows 10 is getting a bunch of new features in the spring. Here are our 10 favorites
  523. Evidence ties Russia to Podesta and Powell email hacks
  524. 9 Billion People Will Live On This Planet By 2050. We Can Feed Them All—IF We Start Now
  525. AT&T Is Buying Time Warner Because the Future is Google
  526. Plex For Android Gets Updated to Version 5.0, Brings Tons Of Goodies | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  527. This Is Probably Why Half the Internet Shut Down Today
  528. Plan Your Free Online Education at Lifehacker U: Fall Semester 2016
  529. The Cure for Cancer Is Data—Mountains of Data
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  531. Facebook opens up Workplace in bid to replace work emails - BBC News
  532. Multiple reports of Spotify Free ads launching malware, including in Safari on Mac | 9to5Mac
  533. Hackers can remotely exploit insulin pump for unauthorized insulin injections | Network World
  534. Akamai Warns of Account Takeovers Staged from Cameras, Routers
  535. Odinaff Trojan Targets Banks, Financial Firms Worldwide | Cybercrime | TechNewsWorld
  536. Largest ever DDoS attack: Hacker makes Mirai IoT botnet source code freely available on HackForums
  537. Retail websites riddled with security holes, researchers warn
  538. Android trojan requests selfie after you've handed data over
  539. The New Federal Safety Guidelines For Self-Driving Cars Are Too Vague... And States Are Already Making Them Mandatory | Techdirt
  540. Beware of all-powerful DDoS malware infecting cellular gateways, feds warn | Ars Technica
  541. Security Through Visibility: Seeing Into Virtual and Cloud Networks
  542. Is It Cheaper To Get Hacked Than To Invest In IT Security?
  543. Meet Maui 1, the Slick New Hawaiian Netrunner | Reviews | TechNewsWorld
  544. Samsung will let you exchange your Galaxy Note 7 at airports around the world | TalkAndroid.com
  545. Say hello to .google and other branded internet addresses - CNET
  546. Survey: 69% of organizations ready to ditch traditional passwords by 2021
  547. 17 comics that illustrate the tricky relationship between your heart and brain.
  548. Can AI really be ethical and unbiased? | ZDNet
  549. IoT explosion: So many things, so little time to protect ourselves | ZDNet
  550. Apple's latest hire could signal a big shift in the company's approach to AI
  551. Fix iOS 10's Weird Mail Threading with a Settings Toggle
  552. 'DeepMind' AI platform can now learn without human input
  553. Psychiatrists use an old trick to get people to trust them with their secrets — and it works just as well in business
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  555. 10 Features That Make Google Pixel a Serious Smartphone Contender
  556. The Exceptional Adult System to strengthen mind, body, and bank account - Part 1 - Garrett Petticrew
  557. How 'Security Fatigue' Affects Our Choices Online
  558. 6 Considerations for a Successful Enterprise IoT Strategy
  559. 'Suspicious' timing for Yahoo to disable auto-forwarding, source
  560. Cyber cartels launder money via gamer currencies
  561. How to Watch President Obama's Essential Sci-Fi TV and Films
  562. Here’s Why You Should Never Post a Photograph of Your Boarding Pass Online
  563. Breach exposes at least 58 million accounts, includes names, jobs, and more
  564. Here’s how The White House wants the U.S. to approach AI R&D
  565. How to create a really cool Wi-Fi map of your neighborhood
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  573. Why You'll Be Deleting Your Twitter Account in the Next Six Months
  574. Charged issue: how phone batteries work – and why some explode
  575. 14 Useful Commands for Google Assistant You Can Try Right Now
  576. Flipboard on Flipboard
  577. Meet the Pixel, the first-ever smartphone made by Google
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  579. 20 physicists who revolutionized our understanding of the world
  580. The Google Cast app is getting a new name and purpose | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  581. What Will Break People’s Addictions to Their Phones?
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  584. US surgeon general warns of possible computer breach
  585. Report confirms IoT botnet took down Krebs' security site
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  588. Researchers discover DNS exploit that can identify Tor users
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  596. Google combines all of its cloud services under the ‘Google Cloud’ brand
  597. Google Addressing Threats From Cross-Site Scripting Errors
  598. End-of-support devices on networks weakening cyberdefenses, report
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  600. Map Reveals Wi-Fi Passwords At Airports Around The World
  601. The White House wants you to ditch your password and "lock down your login"
  602. How Russia Wants to Undermine the U.S. Election
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  609. Exposed: The secret powerhouse processing millions in global fraud
  610. Yahoo is expected to confirm massive data breach, impacting hundreds of millions of users
  611. Education sector bullied by ransomware and can barely defend itself, report
  612. RAUM weaponizes torrents to deliver malware
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  616. Crysis ransomware now attacking businesses in Australia and New Zealand
  617. The Growing Rivalry Between Google And IBM
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  619. Cyber-attacks now cost enterprises US $861K per security incident
  620. Researcher believes major DDoS attacks part of military recon to shut down internet
  621. Buying a new iPhone? Find out if Apple's payment plan makes more sense than your carrier's
  622. Who Cares About the New iPhone Camera? The Real Change Is Apple Pay
  623. Good news! Now you can buy a laptop-destroying USB stick
  624. WorkdayVoice: The Brave New World Of Cloud Application Security
  625. Someone Is Learning How To Take Down the Internet, Warns Bruce Schneier
  626. Netflix calls on the FCC to fix 'unreasonable' data caps
  627. A $50 device and an app can easily steal your PC's log-in
  628. By scrapping your antiquated headphones, Apple is doing something extraordinary for music
  629. How to Easily Create a Landing Page in WordPress - Make Tech Easier
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  631. Linux rootkit, named for Pokémon's Umbreon, targets Linux
  632. A newspaper that hasn't endorsed a Democrat for president in 7 decades shreds Trump as 'not qualified'
  633. Linux 4.7 Shows How Far the Open-Source OS Has Come in 25 Years
  634. Why identity protection is the next phase in security | ZDNet
  635. Cybercrime Inc: How hacking gangs are modeling themselves on big business | ZDNet
  636. Facebook has a feature that stalks you all over the internet — here’s how to turn it off
  637. How Amazon Is Preparing to Disrupt the Auto Industry
  638. 15 Funny Little Facts About Raising Kids
  639. Brand new malware discovered in Android apps on the Google Play store
  640. Hackers are bringing banned Twitter accounts back from the grave
  641. Why I like my e-reader better than my smartphone
  642. iOS 10 release date, news and features
  643. One of the biggest ways college students are ripped off is getting out of control
  644. Guarding Presidential Election Vote Integrity Presents a Daunting Task
  645. Cold War Group to Probe Russian Hacks of U.S. Voter Databases
  646. Improve Your Life: 10 Things You Should Do Every Day
  647. New version of L0phtCrack makes cracking Windows passwords easier than ever
  648. Can VR Really Make You More Empathetic?
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  650. Ten seriously useful Facebook settings you probably aren’t using
  651. Increasing use of encryption technology causes more cyber-attacks
  652. Dropbox commended for its handling of massive data breach involving 68M users
  653. Stolen Dropbox passwords are circulating online. Here’s how to check if your account’s compromised
  654. I've become much less stressed thanks to a simple lesson from a meditation app loved by Wall Streeters and Olympic athletes
  655. 16 Sad Facts That Will Break Your Heart
  656. Thieves Are Trying Out This Penny Trick To Break Into Cars
  657. Forget Software—Now Hackers Are Exploiting Physics
  658. Neuroscience Of Mindfulness: How To Make Your Mind Happy
  659. 5 Useful Finder Alternatives to Move and Manage Files in OS X - Make Tech Easier
  660. New Wi-Fi technology boasts three times the speed
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  662. Car hacking is the future – and sooner or later you'll be hit
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  667. Who are the hackers who cracked the iPhone? - BBC News
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  670. Secret Google Now Commands You Didn't Know About - Make Tech Easier
  671. About 400 organizations tested 11,542 employees to see how many would click on phishing emails; nearly a third did, Duo Security's new tool showed.
  672. Linux Foundation Offering New Online Security Course
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  675. Google Maps update improves Street View on mobile | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  676. 10 Interview Red Flags That Mean You Should Turn Down The Job
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  678. Should you upgrade? Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs. Galaxy Note 5 vs. Galaxy S6 Edge Plus | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  679. ​Samsung crams 32TB SSD into a 2.5-inch drive, aims for 100TB by 2020 | ZDNet
  680. It's pretty easy to hack traffic lights
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  682. A nasty Android malware is spreading using Google's online ad network
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  684. How Android Pay Works and Why You Should Consider Using It | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
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  687. 5 Ways to Encrypt Email for Linux - Make Tech Easier
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  689. Oh Good: A New Hack Can Unlock 100 Million Volkswagens
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  691. Email accounts of Hillary Clinton and 100+ Democratic officials hacked
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  694. The Bandwidth Bottleneck That Is Throttling the Internet
  695. Hacker demonstrates how voting machines can be compromised
  696. Mossberg: The 9.7-inch iPad Pro might be your lightest laptop, thanks to Logitech
  697. Researchers crack open unusually advanced malware that hid for 5 years
  698. 21 new and notable Android apps and live wallpapers from the last 2 weeks (7/26/16 - 8/8/16) | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  699. How to use Activity Monitor to make your Mac faster
  700. How Default Settings Rule the World — Pacific Standard
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  708. Fresh Meat: 10 new Android apps worth checking out | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  709. Hiren's BootCD 15.2 - All in one Bootable CD » www.hiren.info
  710. Here's which Android apps drain your battery the most | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
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  714. Why car tech companies should look to Amazon for inspiration
  715. dnmap - Distributed Nmap Framework - Darknet
  716. 15 Top-Notch Podcasts for Programmers & Software Developers
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  718. The Pokémon Go Trainer's Advanced Tactics Handbook
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  721. Sunshine, the Gorgeous iOS Weather App, Is Now Out on Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  722. How to Jailbreak Your Kindle
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  724. Beware! Your iPhone Can Be Hacked Remotely With Just A Message
  725. How to Take Better Pictures with Your Phone’s Camera
  726. 5 Examples of Information You Should Never Post Online
  727. First Half of 2016 Blows Away Temperature Records
  728. Galaxy Note 5 air command - Galaxy Note Tips & Tricks
  729. Galaxy Note 5 air command - Galaxy Note Tips & Tricks
  730. How to Get the Galaxy Note5's Air Command Feature on Any Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  731. The Internet of Things has a dirty little secret: it's not really yours
  732. 5 Hidden Chrome for Android Tweaks That You Need to Try | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  733. AWS clinches cloud deal with Colorado law enforcement agencies
  734. Artificial Intelligence Is Setting Up the Internet for a Huge Clash With Europe
  735. Here’s the perfect launcher for your oversized Android phone | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  736. This simple tool makes sure you automatically get the best price on Amazon
  737. Tie a Tie In a Few Seconds With This Hand Looping Trick
  738. Debt-free college will not solve the problems in higher education
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  741. How to play Pokémon Go
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  744. NSA labels Linux Journal readers and Tor and Tails users as extremists
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  746. 3 Dropbox productivity tips to save you time
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  748. How to make sure Facebook shows you what you want to see in your News Feed
  749. ​Data privacy: You may call it personal data but who actually owns it? | ZDNet
  750. 4 Easy Tricks to Make Firefox Run Faster
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  757. Top 10 Android app updates this week: VSCO, Xbox | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  758. Stremio Aims to Be Your One and Only Video Entertainment App
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  769. Your phone has a secret record of everywhere you’ve been. Here’s how to see it
  770. Google is making it a little simpler to find your missing Android phone
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  772. Now's a Great Time to Find Out If You're a Hacking Victim
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  797. Here's how Amazon could bring smartphone enthusiasm back with Alexa | ZDNet
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  822. The White House has significant concerns about artificial intelligence
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  827. Mac keyboard shortcuts - Apple Support
  828. Apple CEO: Future iPhones will have 'things you can't live without'
  829. IBM just added the first-ever quantum computing service to the internet
  830. Google Slides has a new audience participation Q&A feature
  831. 11 free online courses you should take to be more successful in your career
  832. Hey Siri, who's better: you or Alexa?
  833. Hackers broke into the US power grid to show how easy it is
  834. These old black-and-white photos were colorized by artificial intelligence
  835. The 50 best companies to work for in America
  836. How the Hidden Stuff in Your Browser History Can Hurt You
  837. The best wallpaper apps for your smartphone | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  838. Goodbye HTTP: A Faster, Safer, Decentralized Internet With IPFS
  839. Get Samsung's Best Edge Feature on Any Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
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  842. New free app gives us the Android notification experience we’ve been waiting for | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  843. Can steganography techniques help attackers hide?
  844. Mac researcher tries detecting ransomware generically by spotting behavior patterns - SC Magazine
  845. Master Facebook Messenger with These Useful Tips
  846. Linux expert Matthew Garrett: Ubuntu 16.04's new Snap format is a security risk | ZDNet
  847. Microsoft and Google agree to end all regulatory complaints against each other | The Verge
  848. How can enterprises stop the OpenSSH vulnerability?
  849. Samsam Server-Side Ransomware Targets K-12 Schools, Hospitals
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  862. Google thinks Google.com is a dangerous website
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  868. Using MyEclipse Application Servers - Genuitec
  869. Hibernate Tutorial
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  880. The Senate’s Draft Encryption Bill Is a Privacy Nightmare
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  889. How to encrypt iPhone and Android, and why you should do it now | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  890. Trump: Decision to Consider Women Humans Should Be Left to States - The New Yorker
  891. “[…] is a toy” — Learning By Shipping
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  894. Gmail Users to Get Enhanced Warnings of Unsafe Messages
  895. The Apple vs DoJ encryption battle is far from over
  896. How to speed up Chrome for Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  897. InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog - Improving Bash Forensics Capabilities
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  900. Add a Shortcut In OS X Finder to Any App, File, or Folder You Want
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  906. 6 Useful Google Chrome Features You Might Be Missing Out
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  908. kevinmcnealphotography.com
  909. Pornhub is streaming skin flicks in virtual reality
  910. New phishing scam targets FedEx customers
  911. Watch The Amazing Way Information Spreads On Twitter
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  913. SXSW 2016: A look back at the highlights
  914. Note-Taking Showdown: Evernote vs. OneNote (2016 Edition)
  915. How Twitter could still blow it and fade away into social network oblivion
  916. Domino's pizza delivery robot is hot and autonomous
  917. Keylogger hijacks key business email accounts
  918. Hackers crack OS X, Windows, web browsers' security to net $460,000
  919. How to Check if a Disk Uses GPT or MBR, and Convert Between the Two
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  921. The Most Embarrassing Fact Checks Apple Gave the FBI
  922. TapDeck 4.0 update wants to change the way you use your smartphone | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
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  925. John Oliver has the only explanation for the Apple vs. FBI case worth watching
  926. emailtofaxservicesonline.com
  927. 20 Private Roku Channels You Should Install Right Now
  928. 6 mistakes you need to make at least once.
  929. Creating a Web Application with Struts 1.x - Genuitec
  930. BrydgePro
  931. Seagate released employee tax data in phishing attack
  932. Stop the porch pirates: Seattle startup vet launches Package Guard to deter crooks who swipe packages from front porches - GeekWire
  933. Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge review: Samsung's finest get more polished
  934. What HoloLens Development Edition Has in Store for Early Adopters
  935. Hacker Reveals How to Hack Any Facebook Account
  936. Microsoft joins the open-source Eclipse Foundation
  937. A Day in the Life of Google's Security Chief
  938. Microsoft Azure AD Service Keeps an Eye on Suspicious Behavior
  939. Galaxy Note 5 battery drain issue after an Android update, other issues | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  940. Discipline - Episode 5 Your Hentai Tube - Pornhub.com
  941. How Trump Hacked This Election in 4 (Far Too Easy) Steps
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  943. Why doesnt eclipse generate a servlet mapping in web.xml (IDEs and Version Control forum at Coderanch)
  944. Amazon Could Eventually Launch A Free Video Streaming Service
  945. A beginner's guide to learning Python
  946. Google is reportedly working with Vizio on Cast-ready TVs
  947. Smartphone innovation hits a wall
  948. How an 'oddball' team created one of Facebook's biggest potential threats to Google
  949. Nova Launcher tips and tricks: six to spice up your Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  950. Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 hands on | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  951. 15 Classics You Probably Haven't Read — But Should
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  957. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Has Issues On Official Marshmallow | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  958. ext3 on OSx - Google Search
  959. Image Viewers for Mac - Free downloads and reviews - CNET Download.com
  960. Xee
  961. Virgin Galactic unveils new spaceship
  962. 15 clever psychological tricks which everyone should know
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  964. This Is the Real Reason Apple Is Fighting the FBI
  965. Walmart Loses Ground To Amazon in E-Commerce Battle
  966. 7 Ways to Install Apps and Games in Linux
  967. Hack Brief: Hackers Are Holding an LA Hospital’s Computers Hostage
  968. Google’s CEO just sided with Apple in the encryption debate
  969. Read Apple’s unprecedented letter to customers about security
  970. HGST hard disks still super reliable, Seagates have greatly improved
  971. Gmailify Brings You The Best Of Gmail Without @Gmail
  972. A judge used a 227-year-old law to force Apple to hack the iPhone's security
  973. Why You Should Care About Apple’s Fight With the FBI
  974. Google Makes It Easier To Take Machine Learning Models Into Production
  975. Amazon introduces one-hour restaurant delivery in San Diego
  976. Extremely severe bug leaves dizzying number of apps and devices vulnerable
  977. '5D' discs can store data until well after the sun burns out
  978. 5 Interview Mistakes You Didn't Know You’re Making
  979. If You Receive This Text Message, It Can Destroy Your Android Phone
  980. Storytelling may be the secret to creating ethical artificial intelligence | ExtremeTech
  981. 20 Secret Netflix Codes Guaranteed to Help You Find New Content
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  984. The Essential Guide to OneNote for Mac
  985. How to Recover Uninstalled Android Apps
  986. Gravitational Waves Exist: The Inside Story of How Scientists Finally Found Them - The New Yorker
  987. Why the White House Wants to Spend $19 Billion on Cyber-Security
  988. Crooks Don't Need a Fancy Skimmer: They Can Just Tap an ATM's Network Cable
  989. In with the New Web Technologies and Out With The Old — CSS Perverts
  990. WordPress Admin Plugins to Extend Dashboard Functionality
  991. What does it mean to be human in the age of technology?
  992. ‘Appocalypse,’ Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love AI
  993. Andy Rubin Unleashed Android on the World. Now Watch Him Do the Same With AI
  994. ZeroLemon releases 8500mAh cases for Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge+ | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  995. All's Quiet on the Walmart Front, Until Now! The Real Reason Why Walmart Is Closing Multiple Stores—The Answer Will Floor You! | Agenda 21
  996. 4 Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Mac
  997. There's Finally a Process to Make Sure Hoverboards Are Safe
  998. Kevin Spacey's Amazing Impressions Will Make You Laugh Out Loud
  999. How to Flex Your Brain to Fix Your Body
  1000. How to Install the Google Play Store on Your Amazon Fire Tablet
  1001. 6 terrific Android apps you can't get on the iPhone
  1002. Create an RSS Feed for any Search Result
  1003. WIRED Binge-Watching Guide: Continuum
  1004. eBay has no plans to fix “severe” bug that allows malware distribution
  1005. Google will start warning web users about deceptive download buttons
  1006. These four-foot-tall robots could change the way warehouse workers do their jobs
  1007. 5 amazing Google apps you didn't know about | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1008. These are the books students at the top US colleges are required to read
  1009. Marissa Mayer unveils make-or-break plan for Yahoo
  1010. Ten industries using augmented reality and virtual reality | ZDNet
  1011. The 'Netflix for planes' offers unlimited air travel for a monthly fee
  1012. Android Marshmallow Now Powering 1.2% Of Android Devices
  1013. BlackArch Linux Expands Its Roster of Tools for Security Research
  1014. 20 great movies that will make you feel alive
  1015. Lightning Cable Review Round-Up and Giveaway
  1016. Your laptop could be bricked with a single Linux command
  1017. This Animated Map Shows How Obese America Has Grown In 25 Years
  1018. Apple's gigantic iPad Pro outsold Microsoft's entire Surface lineup last quarter — and it was only on sale for 6 weeks
  1019. Quickly Show/Hide Hidden Files on Mac OS X Mavericks, Yosemite & El Capitan | Ian Lunn - Front-end Developer
  1020. These Are The Tech Jobs With The Highest Salaries (And Where They Are)
  1021. Encryption Backdoor Comic - Schneier on Security
  1022. Slashdot
  1023. Must-have Android apps for your new device [2016] | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1024. 13 useful Mac shortcuts that will help you do everything faster
  1025. https://mail.ttu.edu/owa/redir.aspx?REF=fH2EvA-vajmNQxiJuDj-g6oErnI5aJu_Lx-N3GyNny1aS-rxEijTCAFodHRwczovL3d3dy53aGl0ZWhvdXNlLmdvdi9zaXRlcy9kZWZhdWx0L2ZpbGVzL29tYi9tZW1vcmFuZGEvMjAxNi9tLTE2LTA0LnBkZg..
  1026. THE BASIC TEACHING OF BUDDHA
  1027. Boot Camp - Apple Support
  1028. Fortinet SSH vulnerability more widespread than thought
  1029. Oregon Standoff Leader Ammon Bundy Arrested by FBI in Violent Confrontation
  1030. Switching from Windows? Essential Keyboard Tips for Mac Newbies
  1031. Apple has another record quarter, but iPhone sales growth slows to a halt
  1032. Here Are 5 Shortcuts On Android You Might Not Know About | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1033. The best Gear VR games and apps in the Oculus Store
  1034. 5 Android Apps I Can’t Live Without and Why | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1035. What HR 1314 Means For Your Retirement - Money Morning
  1036. Mastering Jakarta Struts (Java Open Source Library): James Goodwill: 9780471213024: Amazon.com: Books
  1037. Welcome to the Apache Struts project
  1038. The 7 Best Free File Explorers for Android
  1039. Featured: Top 10 Best Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Cases | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1040. How to Secretly Record Videos on Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1041. Quick fixes to Samsung Galaxy Note 5 internet and mobile data problems | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1042. TextWrangler, a Simple Mac Text Editor with Steroid
  1043. Find Out Who is Stealing Your WiFi and Block Them in Android
  1044. How To Protect Your Android Device From Malware? | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1045. Remix OS for PC Gets Android on Virtually Any Old Computer for Free
  1046. 7 terrific Android apps you won’t find on any iPhone | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1047. Plain cruelty: Boffins flay Linux ransomware for the third time
  1048. How to check boot path (partition) in Linux
  1049. How to undefine and unset a bash environment variable on Linux or Unix
  1050. 10 Places To Buy A Laptop With Linux Preloaded
  1051. Qualcomm’s new fingerprint sensor uses ultrasonic waves, could be built into screens | ExtremeTech
  1052. FBI Deploying Large-Scale Hacking With Little To No Judicial Oversight
  1053. Surface Pro 4 Review and Giveaway
  1054. Researchers investigate the ethics of the Internet of Things | ZDNet
  1055. 10 best Android themes | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1056. Easily Search Any File in Linux with the Find Command
  1057. How to Monitor Network Bandwidth On Linux
  1058. The Easiest Way To Batch Rename Files In Mac
  1059. ​Linux and open source have won, get over it | ZDNet
  1060. Check Hardware Information On Linux via Command Line
  1061. The Biggest Security Threats We’ll Face in 2016
  1062. How to customise your Linux desktop: Enlightenment | ZDNet
  1063. This Is the Best of Lifehacker 2015
  1064. Duet Display — Getting Started
  1065. The Internet of Things: How It’ll Change Your Life Next Year
  1066. The Best Mac Apps of 2015 (And Our Favorite Updates)
  1067. Use Apple Pencil with iPad Pro - Apple Support
  1068. Revols - Premium Quick Custom-Fit Wireless Earphones
  1069. 8 Apps Only Android Users Can Use
  1070. The Internet of Things Is Everywhere, But It Doesn’t Rule Yet
  1071. 5 Essential Search Trends That Will Impact Online Revenue In 2016
  1072. Learning to Pick Locks Taught Me How Crappy Door Locks Really Are
  1073. Easily Create Database Content With Java 8 - DZone Database
  1074. How to Set Up a DLNA Server for Your Xbox One on Linux
  1075. How to Share Your Mac’s Internet Connection Using OS X
  1076. What to do with your old Android phone before selling it: 5 essential steps | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1077. 60 of the best Android apps from 2015 | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1078. The 10 Most Hilarious Internet Videos Of 2015
  1079. Review: Mint 17.3 may be the best Linux desktop distro yet
  1080. Scientific American's Top 10 Science Stories of 2015
  1081. All the science fiction books you’ll want to binge read over the holidays
  1082. Why Isn’t Linux Mainstream? 5 Flaws That Need Fixing
  1083. Sprint Government Restitution
  1084. Drippler's Favorite Android Tips & Tricks of 2015 | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1085. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 won’t boot up after an update, bypass PIN & fingerprint security, other system issues | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1086. Tech predictions 2016: 4 business trends to watch | ZDNet
  1087. How to Read an Entire Book in a Single Day
  1088. What's the Best File System for my Linux Install?
  1089. The Best Wireless Headphones For Every Discerning Ear
  1090. Here’s what the smart home market will look like in 2016
  1091. NetSpot Maps Your Wi-Fi Network and Diagnoses Signal Problems for Free
  1092. Learn How to Build a VR-Ready PC With This Guide
  1093. How to Encrypt All Sorts of Files and Folders on Your Android Smartphone | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1094. 6 awesome Android features that Google wants to keep secret | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1095. 5 Must-Read Books on Technology and Innovation
  1096. How to Get Graphics Card Information On Linux
  1097. What To Do Before Rooting Your Android
  1098. Monitor Linux System Performance Using Nmon
  1099. 100 Podcasts That Will Make You Smarter, Better, and Wiser
  1100. You Can Break Into a Linux System by Pressing Backspace 28 Times. Here’s How to Fix It
  1101. Woman Asks Internet To Help Photoshop Picture, Instantly Regrets It
  1102. 7 Linux Podcasts You Need to Listen To
  1103. Google CEO Pens Open Letter Supporting Muslim Tolerance In U.S. And Beyond
  1104. How to summarize detailed system resource usage for given command on a Linux or Unix
  1105. Fedora Linux – How to Use dnf Command With A Proxy Server
  1106. How to find out AES-NI (Advanced Encryption) Enabled on Linux System
  1107. Linux / Unix Desktop Fun: Christmas Tree For Your Terminal
  1108. The definitive ranking of the 'Star Wars' movies
  1109. 11 new trailers you should watch this week
  1110. Google Introduces Family Plan For The Play Store As Well
  1111. 8 Common Galaxy Note 5 Problems & How to Fix Them | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1112. MIT created the smart home app of the future
  1113. America’s secret arsenal
  1114. 12 Christmas Movies on Netflix You Should Watch Right Now
  1115. Duet turns your iPad into a monitor running iOS and Mac apps together
  1116. YouTube's 10 most popular videos of 2015
  1117. The Physicist and the Philosopher: Einstein, Bergson, and the Debate That Changed Our Understanding of Time
  1118. Girl Who Lost Family in Fire Only Wants Christmas Cards as Presents
  1119. Linux IP Command Tips and Tricks
  1120. 8-Year-Old Burn Victim Who Lost Family in Fire Wishes for Christmas Cards: 'She Is the Definition of Hope,' Her Aunt Says
  1121. FAQ: How Encryption Works And Why People Are So Freaked Out About It
  1122. 18+ Useful Things You Can Do with OK Google
  1123. Android 6.0 Marshmallow features: What's new?
  1124. 10 hottest tech skills for 2016
  1125. Why security tech will gobble up more of your tech budget in 2016
  1126. Companies stand to make a lot of money selling data from smart devices, says Microsoft
  1127. Gift Guide: The 23 Best Sci-Fi Books and Movies to Give to the Uninitiated Noob
  1128. iPad Pro: 14 apps enhanced for the Apple Pencil
  1129. How to Speed Up the Galaxy Note 5, Nexus 6P & More in Seconds | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1130. I've Been Using Evernote All Wrong. Here's Why It's Actually Amazing
  1131. VR Web browsing might ultimately be one of Samsung and Oculus' best tricks
  1132. Top 10 Ways to Browse the Web Better on Your Phone
  1133. The Best Holiday Episodes From All Of Our Favorite Shows
  1134. The Only Google Drive Guide You’ll Ever Need to Read | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1135. Access Blocked Websites With These 4 Methods
  1136. Credit card hack predicts replacement Amex card number
  1137. How To Easily Backup Your Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1138. 10 Ways to Make Your Smartphone's Battery Last Longer
  1139. Sarah Silverman's Cleavage Is No Joke
  1140. Touchfire : Transform your iPad Into a Laptop Replacement
  1141. Galaxy Note 5 Memory Management Guide: How to Free Up Internal Storage Space on your Note 5 | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1142. Google is about to test something secretive across all of the U.S. — and it sounds exactly like its Project Loon balloons
  1143. Dropbox Now Lets You Edit PDF Files While On The Go
  1144. Galaxy Note 5 vs iPhone 6S Plus | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1145. These Are the 10 Best Apps for Your New iPad Pro
  1146. The Advantages of Setting Up Your Own URL Shortener & How To Do It
  1147. Black Friday Comes Early With This Killer 10-App Mac Bundle
  1148. Google can remotely bypass the passcode of at least 74% of Android devices if ordered
  1149. 4 Ways Your Smartphone Will Drive Smart Home Technologies
  1150. The craziest and most interesting questions Apple asks during job interviews
  1151. Six Lessons From Cybersecurity Superhero Training
  1152. 6 tips for starting out as an iOS developer
  1153. 11 Key DOs and DON'Ts To Succeed In A Job Interview. #3 Is Crucial.
  1154. When the Internet Isn't the Internet: Comcast May Have Found a Major Net Neutrality Loophole
  1155. This Is Why Millions Of Men Lose Friends In Their Twenties
  1156. Malware caught checking out credit cards in 54 luxury hotels
  1157. 600,000 cable modems have an easy to pop backdoor in a backdoor
  1158. Starwood Hotels Warns of Credit Card Breach — Krebs on Security
  1159. Who's running dozens of top-secret unpatched databases? The Dept of Homeland Security
  1160. eBay scammer steals identity of agent investigating him
  1161. Apple iPad Pro
  1162. 9 Awesome Gmail Features You Probably Don’t Use
  1163. How to Create a Linux VLC Streaming Media Server for Your Home
  1164. Catching a thief by their face
  1165. How-To: Use iPad keyboard shortcuts in iOS 9 and work more efficiently (Cheat Sheet)
  1166. TrueCrypt is safer than previously reported, detailed analysis concludes
  1167. Hurts so good: 12 hours with the new Samsung Gear VR
  1168. Turn an Old Mac Into a Cheap VPN with OS X Server
  1169. The History of SQL Injection, the Hack That Will Never Go Away
  1170. The Top 15 Tech Jobs for Work-Life Balance
  1171. Dear CNN: Are you biased?
  1172. I just don't understand why Samsung's Galaxy View exists
  1173. iOS 9: How to Use Split Screen Multitasking and Picture-in-Picture
  1174. Amazon Starts Black Friday Early
  1175. Gift Guide: Headphones for 20 Different Types of People
  1176. Sitting Up Straight Is Bad: The Right Way to Sit at a Desk
  1177. Dalai Lama on Paris attacks: 'Work for peace, and don't expect help from God and governments' | Asia | DW.COM | 16.11.2015
  1178. Groupon Exits Sweden, Denmark, Norway And Finland In Ongoing Global Retreat
  1179. Behind The +1: Meet The New Google+
  1180. In August, my PSN account was hacked and I found $500 in charges made on my card. Sony strings me along for a month, promising a full refund, but ultimately tells me that my only recourse is a chargeback. I issue the chargeback, but Sony disputes and inexplicably wins. Details inside. • /r/gaming
  1181. Google Photos saves space by deleting photos you've already backed up
  1182. Dalai Lama: Religion Without Quantum Physics Is an Incomplete Picture of Reality
  1183. 6 New (ish) Science Fiction Movies Better Than Star Wars
  1184. Some iPad Pros Unresponsive After Charging, Requiring Hard Restart
  1185. 3 Ways To Reveal The Path of A File On Your Mac
  1186. iPhone 6S Plus vs Note 5: Which is the best phablet to buy?
  1187. How to do batch image processing on the Linux Destop with XnConvert
  1188. iPad Pro review roundup: Great hardware, tricky use-case | ExtremeTech
  1189. Everything You Need to Know About Using a MicroSD Card With Your Amazon Fire Tablet
  1190. 4 of the best hacks from the TNW USA Hack Battle
  1191. Customize your Android phone with the best 10 launchers, lockscreens, and more | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1192. Understanding Safari for iOS’s Settings
  1193. Hackers Can Remotely Record and Listen Calls from Your Samsung Galaxy Phones
  1194. Chrome Zero-day Exploit leaves MILLIONS of Android devices vulnerable to Remote Hacking
  1195. Security expert raises big concerns about Wi-Fi-enabled Hello Barbie - TechRepublic
  1196. After a woman was taken to the hospital with hypoglycemia (low bloodsugar), two policemen stayed behind to prepare dinner for the five kids who were still in the house. Afterwards, they also did the dishes. Respect. (Eindhoven, Netherlands)
  1197. iPad: Transferring your cellular data plan to an iPad mini or iPad (3rd generation or later) - Apple Support
  1198. Claimed Computer Science Breakthrough Downgrades One of the Field's Most Challenging Problems | MIT Technology Review
  1199. How to Use Samsung Pay on the Galaxy S6, Note 5 & More | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1200. Gmail Android App Bug Lets You Send Emails Pretending To Be Someone Else
  1201. ‘Nasty’ Bug In MetroPCS Website Left Personal Data of Subscribers Open To Hacker
  1202. Beware of ads that use inaudible sound to link your phone, TV, tablet, and PC
  1203. Your iPhone Is Stalking You. Here's How to Stop it.
  1204. 10 best video streaming apps for Android
  1205. thingCHARGER
  1206. 'We take your security seriously'
  1207. Where Did Earth's Water Come From?
  1208. KFDM Channel 6 :: News - Top Stories - Jasper sheriff warns “IRS” scammers heavily targeting Kirbyville and Buna residents
  1209. How to see which apps automatically back up in Android 6.0 Marshmallow | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1210. Share a link on Twitter
  1211. Make Android Play Random Sounds For Calls & Notifications
  1212. iPad Pro Review Roundup: Powerful Creative Canvas, but Not Quite a PC Replacement
  1213. New T-Mobile customers will have to pay more for unlimited data
  1214. iPad Pro vs. iPad Air 2 vs. iPad mini 4: Which iPad should you buy?
  1215. Review: The iPad Pro And The Death Of A Metaphor
  1216. Ben Carson believes Joseph built Egypt’s pyramids to store grain — and it just might get him some votes
  1217. Day One Apps: The first apps we install on every new Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1218. How Computers Broke Science—and What We Can Do to Fix It
  1219. Provide Remote Assistance And Host Meetings Using TeamViewer 7
  1220. Getting Behind America's Anal Sex Fetish | VICE | United States
  1221. 3 Ways Ex-employees Are Sabotaging Your Business
  1222. How to buy the right TV
  1223. How to Use Gmail, YouTube, Google Maps, and Other Google Apps on Amazon’s Fire Tablet
  1224. Leaked Comcast memo reportedly admits data caps aren't about improving network performance
  1225. SpiderFoot - Open Source Intelligence Automation Tool (OSINT) - Darknet - The Darkside
  1226. This Presentation Trick Steals Back the Audience’s Focus Every Time
  1227. Slashdot
  1228. Nasty new Android malware threatens to kill your phone entirely
  1229. Cryptowall ransomware: new strain demands money AND mocks you
  1230. What Lossless File Formats Are & Why You Shouldn’t Convert Lossy to Lossless
  1231. Escort’s New Radar Detector Spots Cops and Red-Light Cameras
  1232. Linux Ransomware Is Now Attacking Webmasters
  1233. Microsoft Envisions A Future Without Passwords
  1234. CIA Email Hackers Return With Major Law Enforcement Breach
  1235. Dropbox Enterprise combats stigma with security, IT features
  1236. Recommended Plugins For a New WordPress Site
  1237. Undercover cop answers Craigslist ad for a hacker
  1238. Getting Started with LibreCAD
  1239. How To Pass A Polygraph Test With Science
  1240. Apple iPad Pro vs. iPad Air 2: Is Bigger Really Better?
  1241. Download Fedora Workstation
  1242. Apple iMac review: two sizes of Retina
  1243. New strain of Android malware is 'virtually impossible' to remove
  1244. Nasty new ransomware program threatens to leak your files online
  1245. The Current State of Video Streaming Services on Linux
  1246. 6 of the Best Paying Tech Careers for 2016
  1247. Facebook Myths Busted: 10 Common Misconceptions You Shouldn’t Believe
  1248. Meet the man who holds the future of the Internet in his hands — and thinks most security experts are “completely crazy”
  1249. The Top 10 Things That You Should Know How to Do on Facebook
  1250. 10 Hidden iOS 9 Features You Might Not Have Noticed
  1251. 8 Heart-Pumping Books to Read at the Gym
  1252. Facebook reportedly launching a stand-alone news app next week
  1253. User data plundering by Android and iOS apps is as rampant as you suspected
  1254. Facebook wants to use Virtual Reality to create a teleporter
  1255. Buying a Motherboard: Form Factor, Ports, More
  1256. http://porn.im.d0b4fb00.15174387.x.xvideos.com/
  1257. The single worst feature of the new Apple TV
  1258. The Big Android Dictionary: A Glossary of Terms You Should Know | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1259. Marc Andreessen: 'We're in a long-term tech bust,' not a bubble
  1260. The next Mac could look like this
  1261. Microsoft to discontinue Windows 7 and 8.1 next November - CNET
  1262. Signal, the Snowden-Approved Crypto App, Comes to Android
  1263. How The Internet Of Things Is Changing Work
  1264. Top Priority Federal Government must get cybersecurity right
  1265. VeltOS: An Arch Derivative To Look Forward To
  1266. 4 Top Alternatives to Lastpass - Make Tech Easier
  1267. Lock Your Computer Up with Your USB and Predator
  1268. Newly Discovered Exploit Makes Every iPhone Remotely Hackable
  1269. Androidians land some cool new features for Amazon Prime Music
  1270. Amazon is opening its first physical bookstore tomorrow
  1271. Best Buy hopes same-day delivery will fend off Amazon
  1272. 20 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do with the Mac Option Key
  1273. Network jobs are hot; salaries expected to rise in 2016
  1274. Why virtual reality is the next social network
  1275. The Galaxy Note 5’s Factory Reset Protection Can Be Sidestepped | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1276. Create New File Systems/Partition in the Terminal on Linux
  1277. Russia overtaking US in cyberwarfare capabilities
  1278. Security News This Week: Cops Accidentally Leaked Footage From License Plate Readers
  1279. These Cameramen Captured More Than Expected
  1280. Kaspersky announces 'death' of Coinvault, Bitcryptor ransomware
  1281. InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog - Disaster Recovery Starts with a Plan
  1282. Google is Merging its Chrome OS with Android
  1283. Young people - particularly women - aren't hearing about cybersecurity jobs
  1284. Samba Server installation on Ubuntu 15.10
  1285. Here Are 6 Pieces of Paper You Should Always Shred
  1286. Crypto is For Everyone—and American History Proves It
  1287. 10 High-Tech Gadgets For Weirdos
  1288. There have been more malware attacks on Macs this year than the last five years combined
  1289. Tor Releases Anonymous Instant Messenger. Here's How to Use It
  1290. Why Do People Favor Opinion Over Scientific Evidence?
  1291. 22 Years Of Supercomputer Evolution
  1292. How to Secure Your Google, Dropbox, and GitHub Accounts With a U2F Key
  1293. Android Basics: How to Use Android Beam to Wirelessly Send Photos, Music, & Files | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1294. Buying a new smartphone? Read this first
  1295. It's time to make daylight saving time year-round
  1296. OTM Technologies | Phree - Make the world your paper
  1297. Best photo gallery apps [2015] | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1298. You might want to read Snapchat’s updated privacy policy before downloading its new app
  1299. 17 "Twilight Zone" Episodes To Watch If You've Never Seen "The Twilight...
  1300. The 25 best horror movies since 2000
  1301. Drippler - Making Your Smartphone Awesome
  1302. Fix Samsung Galaxy Note 5 that reverts to Swipe Screen Lock even if Fingerprint Lock is enabled, plus other screen related issues | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1303. Amazon follows through on threat, yanking all Apple TV hardware from leading online retail store
  1304. IPv4 Addresses Have Run Out: Here’s How It Affects You
  1305. 5 Curious Facts You Didn’t Know About Your Keyboard
  1306. Our Favorite Android, iOS, and Windows Phone Apps of the Week
  1307. Harry Chapin - All 14 minutes of Taxi & Sequel
  1308. Apple MacBook Pro 15-Inch Retina Display (2014)
  1309. 11 things Amazon shut down without you noticing
  1310. Mobile Security: How to Secure, Privatize, and Recover Your Devices (A $26.99 Value!) Free eBook for a limited time
  1311. Obviously Drivers Are Already Abusing Tesla’s Autopilot
  1312. This Home Button Trick Will Make You Want Android 6.0
  1313. 5 Ways To Save Money When Buying a MacBook
  1314. Lifting Weights, Twice a Week, May Aid the Brain
  1315. How to customize Windows 10's Start Menu
  1316. Beware of Technology! The Best Horror Films for Geeks
  1317. Everything You Need to Know About Social Security
  1318. Microsoft wants you to stick with Windows 10's default apps
  1319. How to Uninstall Applications on a Mac: Everything You Need to Know
  1320. See 11 of the Year's Best Wildlife Photographs
  1321. 5 Reasons You Should Switch from Android to iOS
  1322. 9 jobs destroyed by technology
  1323. Red Hat Is Buying IT Automation Startup Ansible, For $150M
  1324. Smart—and Not So Smart—Job Interview Questions
  1325. My Simple Snoring Solution
  1326. The Porn Business Isn’t Anything Like You Think It Is
  1327. Mobile Payments Showdown: Apple Pay vs. Android Pay vs. Samsung Pay
  1328. 14 minutes of lost Monty Python & the Holy Grail animation is now online, there is much rejoicing | The Verge
  1329. Fraudsters exploit weak SSL certificate security to set up hundreds of phishing sites
  1330. The New iMac’s Biggest Changes? The Keyboard and Trackpad
  1331. County Clerk speaks out against MERS ruling - Austin Monitor
  1332. Turtle Fudge | Chef in Training
  1333. George Jones - He Stopped Loving Her Today
  1334. T-Shirts And Tech: Solving The Sartorial Equation
  1335. Secure storage for life with SkyHub Cloud 1TB backup (88% off)
  1336. Why Some Recent Graduates Are Still Struggling To Find Jobs
  1337. 10 Key Facts About Microsoft's Surface Book 2-in-1 Hybrid Device
  1338. The ups and downs of cloud compliance
  1339. D-Link Connected Home Set Review and Giveaway
  1340. AT&T's WiFi calling feature is now available
  1341. Microsoft Launches Impressive New Hardware
  1342. The Paramount Vault - YouTube
  1343. Pandora Acquires Ticketfly For $450M To Sell Concert Tickets | TechCrunch
  1344. Microsoft’s Surface Book Looks Like the Ultimate Hybrid PC
  1345. Hands-on with Surface Pro 4, Microsoft's ideal hybrid tablet
  1346. Microsoft’s Very Good Day
  1347. BOOM: Undeniable Comparison Of Constitution And Shariah PROVES Ben Carson Really Nailed It
  1348. The Best Thrillers of the Past Decade
  1349. How to Uninstall Java on Mac OS X
  1350. Apple Updates And Expands Privacy Page With iOS 9, OS X Information
  1351. Here are the God-mode holes that gave TrueCrypt audit the slip • The Register
  1352. Newly Found TrueCrypt Flaw Allows Full System Compromise - Slashdot
  1353. 1 Million Drones Will Be Sold This Christmas, and the FAA Is Terrified
  1354. Five sneaky ways to drink more water
  1355. 12 Quotes That Perfectly Sum Up Stephen Hawking’s Life Philosophy
  1356. 10 Useful Skills That Will Improve Your Life
  1357. Learn SQL with This Free Three-Hour Course from Codecademy
  1358. i should be mopping the floor: Mexican Chicken Spaghetti
  1359. The 10 Most Important Lines From Pope Francis' Historic Speech to Congress | Mother Jones
  1360. In iOS 9, Apple is still trading security for convenience
  1361. Here are the coolest things you can do with the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus
  1362. Net Neutrality And Modern Exchanges
  1363. "The Dress" Is Now Officially A Sexy Halloween Costume
  1364. Amazon Echo and your smarthome are now smarter with Insteon support | ZDNet
  1365. HTML5 Security Cheat Sheet, Free OWASP Cheat Sheet
  1366. Uber attempting to reset stolen customer passwords
  1367. Robots and Movies and Sex – Oh, My!
  1368. The Fake Traffic Schemes That Are Rotting the Internet - Bloomberg Business
  1369. Senate Intelligence Committee Forced To Drop 'Terrorist-Activity' Reporting Requirements For Social Media Platforms
  1370. How the Newest Generation of Credit Cards Protects Your Information From Getting Stolen
  1371. This Graphic Helps You Pick Your First Programming Language
  1372. The True Test of Your Relationship: Going on a Canoe Trip or Shopping at IKEA
  1373. People who have tried Marijuana for the first time due to recent legalizations, how has your opinion on Marijuana been affected? : AskReddit
  1374. Facebook's security now sexier, with killer curves • The Register
  1375. Cyberbullying is worse than face-to-face bullying, teens say | Naked Security
  1376. Change this setting, or Siri could spill all your selfies! | Naked Security
  1377. Living in a Code Yellow World - Schneier on Security
  1378. Controversial: The future is data integrity, not confidentiality • The Register
  1379. Sunday's "Supermoon" Total Lunar Eclipse: When and Where to See It - Scientific American
  1380. Democratic presidential debate to be live-streamed in virtual reality - CNET
  1381. The Wall Street Journal Doubles Down On Dumb: Falsely Claims Net Neutrality ('Obamanet') Has Crushed Broadband Investment | Techdirt
  1382. How to Use Your Mac Keyboard’s Top Row as Regular Function Keys
  1383. Oculus Positions VR For Primetime | TechCrunch
  1384. Transform Your Smartphone into a Universal IR Remote Control with ZaZaRemote
  1385. Need more storage memory on your Samsung Galaxy Note5? Here's how to add some extra gigs
  1386. The new Gear VR is Samsung's public bet that VR is consumer-ready
  1387. Why some scientists are worried about a surprisingly cold ‘blob’ in the North Atlantic Ocean
  1388. Why I’m not enabling Bitcode
  1389. Forcing suspects to reveal phone passwords is unconstitutional, court says
  1390. Best-selling iOS ad blocker Crystal will let companies pay to show you ads
  1391. No Easy Fixes as Internet Runs Out of Addresses
  1392. Disable Java on Mac OS X for a Secure System
  1393. 7 Paid Android Apps That Are Worth Every Penny | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1394. How to Work from Home & Be Productive with Collaborative Online Tools
  1395. Rare supermoon eclipse comes Sunday - CNN.com
  1396. US senator blocks a surveillance bill opposed by tech companies | Naked Security
  1397. iOS 9 security blooper lets you BYPASS PINs, eye up photos, contacts • The Register
  1398. How to Create ISO Files From Discs on Windows, Mac, and Linux
  1399. Test Your Password Strength with the Same Tool Hackers Use
  1400. OPM Now Admits 5.6m Feds’ Fingerprints Were Stolen By Hackers
  1401. Serious Imgur bug exploited to execute worm-like attack on 8chan users
  1402. MTE Deals: Amazon Web Services Certification Bundle
  1403. French regulator says Google must expand 'right to be forgotten' to all Google sites
  1404. Ernst & Young Removes Degree Classification From Entry Criteria As There's 'No Evidence' University Equals Success
  1405. The case against Dropbox looks stronger with each passing day | The Verge
  1406. CIA Details Agency's New Digital and Cyber Espionage Focus - Slashdot
  1407. FAA launches investigation after drone crashes, hits baby | Ars Technica
  1408. Government Asks Appeals Court To Change Its Mind On Warrant Requirement For Cell Site Location Info | Techdirt
  1409. CEO who raised price of old pill more than $700 calls journalist a ‘moron’ for asking why - The Washington Post
  1410. Apple’s iPad Pro vs. Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3: A Tale of Two Tablets
  1411. DHS infosec chief: We should pull clearance of feds who fail phish test | Ars Technica
  1412. Daily Deal: Amazon Web Services Bundle | Techdirt
  1413. Gmail Now Lets You Easily Block Annoying Senders | TechCrunch
  1414. Will Ad Blockers Kill the Internet as We Know It?
  1415. Active Wordpress malware campaign compromises thousands of websites | ZDNet
  1416. These US Presidential contestants can't even secure their websites – what hope for America? • The Register
  1417. 10 Common Misconceptions About Wireless Networks
  1418. InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog - Using testssl.sh
  1419. How to Use Spotlight Search on Your iPhone or iPad
  1420. Slashdot
  1421. Delete, Dump and Destroy: Canada's Government Data Severely Compromised
  1422. How to Use Android's New 'Now on Tap' Feature for Detailed Info on Anything | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1423. Google has deployed its cute little self-driving cars in Austin
  1424. How to Use Twitter to Your Professional Advantage
  1425. Whoa. Microsoft Is Using Linux to Run Its Cloud
  1426. Amazon's thinner Fire HD tablets always have something to watch
  1427. Thousands of Hacked WordPress Sites Abused to Infect Millions of Visitors
  1428. D-Link Accidentally Publishes Its Private Code-Signing Keys on the Internet
  1429. McAfee AntiVirus Plus (2016) Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  1430. Hackers have created master keys to TSA-approved locks, and the TSA couldn’t care less | ExtremeTech
  1431. Slashdot
  1432. Stranger Than Fiction: 16 Documentaries That Will Blow Your Mind
  1433. FinalCode secures docs with file encryption software
  1434. Welcome to hell: Apple vs. Google vs. Facebook and the slow death of the web
  1435. Hacker Lexicon: A Guide to Ransomware, the Scary Hack That’s on the Rise
  1436. We’re on the Brink of a Revolution in Crazy-Smart Digital Assistants
  1437. The 8 Must-Have Android Widgets | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1438. 10 things to know about the Galaxy Note 5
  1439. Video: S Pen Features on the Galaxy Note 5 | Droid Life
  1440. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review: Pen-friendly superphone packs big screen -- and big price
  1441. 15 Movies That Are Actually Better Than Their Books
  1442. New from Snapchat: Decorate your selfies, pay for replays
  1443. Be Happy the New Apple TV Ditches the Web
  1444. Augmented reality expert explains how AR will help humanity
  1445. How to Be a Better Listener - Scientific American
  1446. What Happens in the Brain During Sleep? - Scientific American
  1447. New iPhone Means We’ll Soon Escape the Captivity of Carriers
  1448. CloudPull Automatically Backs Up Your Google Account to Your Mac
  1449. USA, China find common cyber-enemy within • The Register
  1450. Are College Lectures Unfair? - The New York Times
  1451. Netflix Keeps Losing Mainstream Movies, Informs Users They Should Be Ok With That Because Of Adam Sandler | Techdirt
  1452. Slashdot
  1453. AIDE - Advanced Intrusion Detection Environment - Darknet - The Darkside
  1454. How to Convert a PDF File to Editable Text Using the Command Line in Linux
  1455. Near-Perfect Computer Security May Be Surprisingly Close
  1456. Dept. of Justice shutters Sharebeast, the largest US-based filesharing service | Ars Technica
  1457. Porn app secretly takes photos of you and charges you a ransom - Boing Boing - Discussion on Topix
  1458. How to Control Windows 10: The Settings Guide
  1459. 10 Quick Ways to Speed Up a Slow Mac
  1460. Top 7 Credit Cards For Those With Excellent Credit
  1461. These Photos From The Past Are Shocking, Crazy, Or Both. I Still Can't Believe Some Of Them.
  1462. 3D Touch Will Change The Way You Use Your iPhone | TechCrunch
  1463. Make Google Book Searches Feel More Like Browsing a Virtual Library
  1464. Keurig goes beyond beverages to make you a cup of soup
  1465. The Web Just Became More Secure: Google Drops Support for Java
  1466. What is Let's Encrypt? - Definition from WhatIs.com
  1467. Companies Struggle to Fill Cyber-Security Jobs
  1468. 7 Weird Tricks for Looking Great in Photos
  1469. Apple's Pencil looks great, but...
  1470. Using Technology to Break the Speed Barrier of Reading - Scientific American
  1471. City Of Boston Left License Plate Data Unprotected And Unencrypted | Techdirt
  1472. Bitcoin cyberextortionists are blackmailing banks, corporations | Ars Technica
  1473. Attack code exploiting Android’s critical Stagefright bugs is now public | Ars Technica
  1474. Microsoft Releases 12 Security Updates (5 Critical and 7 Important Patches)
  1475. Self-driving cars can be stopped with a laser pointer | Naked Security
  1476. The Security Risks of Third-Party Data - Schneier on Security
  1477. 200 Million WhatsApp Users Vulnerable to vCard Vulnerability
  1478. Utterly Incoherent Wall Street Journal Missive Blames Netflix For, Well, Everything | Techdirt
  1479. Apple Unveils The iPad Pro | TechCrunch
  1480. The Apple Pencil Is The iPad Pro’s Secret Weapon | TechCrunch
  1481. WIRED Magazine Subscription
  1482. How to Spot & Avoid 10 of the Most Insidious Hacking Techniques
  1483. The best (and worst) ways to spot a liar
  1484. Watch What Up With That?: Robert De Niro and Robin Williams from Saturday Night Live on NBC.com
  1485. Alex Gibney’s New Documentary Paints An Ambivalent Portrait Of Steve Jobs
  1486. Social Driving Search: How Google's Indexing of Tweets Will Impact Your Business
  1487. What is your favourite educational/informative YouTube channel? : AskReddit
  1488. New Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides features make schoolwork less miserable
  1489. How to stitch photos into a panorama with Hugin Panorama Creator on Linux
  1490. The Newest Nest Thermostat Looks (And Sees) Much Better
  1491. Get Productive Now With The Best Back-To-School Browser Set-Up
  1492. How to Prevent & Disable Mac OS X From Sleeping From the Command Line Terminal Application
  1493. Update to Windows 10 Headache Free With A Pre-Upgrade Checklist
  1494. The many (surprisingly realistic) hacks of 'Mr. Robot'
  1495. The best WiFi router (for most people)
  1496. Everything You Need To Know About iOS 9’s New Content Blockers | TechCrunch
  1497. Quantum "Spookiness" Passes Toughest Test Yet - Scientific American
  1498. 13 Things You Can Do With the Google Settings App on Any Android Device
  1499. about:blank
  1500. Fake EFF site serving espionage malware was likely active for 3+ weeks
  1501. Audit WordPress Security With WpScan
  1502. How to Get Your Menu Bar Back in Firefox for Windows
  1503. User Mode Linux®, Free informIT eBook
  1504. Internet Of Not-So-Smart Things: Samsung's Latest Smart Fridge Can Expose Your Gmail Password | Techdirt
  1505. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 review: the best big phone just got better
  1506. 3 Reasons Why The Ashley Madison Hack Is A Serious Affair
  1507. 6 Coolest Things You Can Control with Cortana in Windows 10
  1508. Every Carrier's Confusing Phone-Buying Plans, Explained
  1509. What You Didn't Know About the Act of Reading Books
  1510. 26 Books Every 'Spiritual But Not Religious' Seeker Should Read
  1511. 5 Bad iPhone Habits You Should Break Today
  1512. System Builder Marathon Q2 2015: $1600 Performance PC - Introduction
  1513. Patrick Swayze: 5 movies that make us miss the late actor - AOL.com
  1514. Sondors eBike | Most affordable eBike EVER!
  1515. How to Encrypt and Decrypt Files on an Android Device
  1516. 4 of the Best Markdown Editors for Linux
  1517. What the MakeUseOf Team Thinks of Windows 10
  1518. IRS Says Cyberattacks More Extensive Than Previously Reported
  1519. Use Windows 10 on your Mac with Boot Camp - Apple Support
  1520. 7 Moments Madonna Was The Ultimate Bad Girl
  1521. Two-factor system uses ambient sounds to verify your login
  1522. 12 Extensions for Safari That Can Really Make You More Efficient
  1523. Which One Is More Secure: Android or iOS?
  1524. How to double your reading speed (without losing comprehension)
  1525. 6 Best Photo Editors for Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1526. Honor Robin Williams by streaming these movies and TV shows today
  1527. Google’s New Parent Company Alphabet Has a Killer URL
  1528. Defusing The Internet Of Things Time Bomb
  1529. Monday review – the hot 24 infosec stories of the week | Naked Security
  1530. HTC caught storing fingerprint data in unencrypted plain text | ExtremeTech
  1531. How to turn Amazon Echo into the brains of your smarthome | ZDNet
  1532. Get Organized in Windows 10 with New Apps & Shortcuts
  1533. Best headphones, earphones and earbuds of 2015 | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1534. How to Remove Quick Access from Windows 10 File Explorer
  1535. Uber’s Desperate Fight to Avoid a Massive Class Action Suit
  1536. Cracking Tor
  1537. Attackers can access Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive files without a user's password | ZDNet
  1538. How to Customize the Windows 10 Start Menu | PCMag.com
  1539. Windows 10 Privacy Concerns - Digital Media Mom
  1540. Windows 10 guide for IT administrators
  1541. 11 Chrome Extensions for Web Designers and Developers
  1542. Activate God Mode in Windows 10 for Quick Access to Windows Commands
  1543. Windows 10 doesn’t offer much privacy by default: Here’s how to fix it
  1544. This App Lets Anyone 3-D Print ‘Do-Not-Duplicate’ Keys
  1545. How To Use A File Manager In Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1546. Major flaw could let lone-wolf hacker bring down huge swaths of Internet
  1547. 12 Series To Catch Up On Before The Next Book Comes Out
  1548. How To Find the WiFi Password on Mac OS X
  1549. Neglect Is Still The Biggest Threat To Data Security
  1550. How to Upgrade to Windows 10 & Take Settings and Apps with You
  1551. These IFTTT recipes will improve your phone's battery life | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1552. Request and Collect Files With Anyone on the Web in Dropbox
  1553. Is the Apple Watch Really Worth Your Time? The Ultimate Review. — The Apple Watch Project
  1554. Lifehacker Pack for Android: Our List of the Essential Android Apps | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1555. Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway—With Me in It
  1556. This hidden trick will make your Android phone even faster | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1557. Firefox now blocks Flash automatically
  1558. The Best Password Managers for Android Compared | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1559. The Death of the PC Has Not Been Greatly Exaggerated
  1560. MSDN Blogs
  1561. Five apps for getting rid of smartphone clutter
  1562. Windows 10 Varieties Explained - Choosing the Best Fit for You
  1563. 9 Quick Ways to Instantly Speed up Your Home PC Network
  1564. No One Is Safe: $300 Gadget Steals Encryption Keys out of the Air, and It's Nearly Unstoppable
  1565. Evil NSA runs on saintly Linux, Apache, MySQL • The Register
  1566. This Video Explains How to Properly Use Semicolons In Your Writing
  1567. Proxy Services Are Totally Unsecure. Here Are Alternatives | WIRED
  1568. Bad Idea T-Shirts
  1569. Scanner Pro 6 simplifies scanning documents with your iPhone
  1570. 5 Sites to Easily Start Your Blog Using Evernote, Trello or WordPress
  1571. Steer clear of low-tech hacks: How to keep your information safe - CNET
  1572. How to edit your kernel boot parameters on Linux
  1573. How to manually create a Story in Google Photos – Android customization | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1574. Windows 10’s new WiFi Sense shares your WiFi password with Facebook, Outlook, and Skype contacts | ExtremeTech
  1575. 7 Easy Ways to Quickly Automate Your Learning with IFTTT
  1576. How to Create Your Own Recipes Using IFTTT
  1577. Best Android apps of 2015: 21 apps you must download today | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1578. Here’s How Microsoft Will Release Windows 10
  1579. How to Migrate Ext2/Ext3 File Systems to Ext4 on Linux
  1580. 6 Must-Know Tricks for Mastering Apple Music
  1581. 95 Young Adult Books To Read This Summer Instead Of Reading 'Harry Potter' AGAIN
  1582. Apple Music will make Spotify totally irrelevant within a year — here's why
  1583. Latest OS X update allows you to enable TRIM for third-party SSDs
  1584. Apple Music Is For People With No Clue What To Stream | TechCrunch
  1585. VPNs are so insecure you might as well wear a KICK ME sign • The Register
  1586. The Linux User's Toolkit for Discovering New Apps
  1587. Public warning: Windows 10 will share your Wi-Fi password with your friends' friends
  1588. 10 influential pulp novels that are criminally good
  1589. Google killing support for Eclipse Android Developer Tools
  1590. Sony hack part 1
  1591. Featured: Top 10 Caller ID & Blocking Android Apps | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1592. 5 Best Wireless Charging Pads for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1593. How To Migrate From Android & Windows Phone to iPhone
  1594. Fix Your Own Mac: A Troubleshooting Guide
  1595. How To Block Calls (Android) | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1596. Make a Secret "Doortop" Stash to Hide Your Valuables
  1597. 12 Google Maps Tips & Tricks on Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1598. Tune Up Your Mac with 10 Exciting Apps Guaranteed to Refresh Your Workflow
  1599. How To Make Your Mobile Device Virtually Unstealable | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1600. Knee Replacement Complications – Loosening, Dislocation and Infection
  1601. 7 tips on how to create and sell online courses
  1602. Hide Photos & Other Files on Android Natively Using This Easy Trick | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1603. The best S Pen apps for the Galaxy Note 4
  1604. Microsoft’s Oculus partnership is a very clever move
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  1724. How to Log in to Linux Desktop With Google Authenticator
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  1739. How to Dual Boot Linux on Your PC
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  1745. Failed Apple Rootpipe Fix Leaves Backdoor On All Macs, Researchers Claim
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  1985. How to use grep to search for strings in files on the shell
  1986. 4 Security Threats WhatsApp Users Need To Know About
  1987. Microsoft Now Lets You Download Windows 7 ISOs with a Valid License
  1988. This Clever Mountain Bike Helmet Has an Easily Removable Chin Bar | WIRED
  1989. The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Wednesday, February 25 - Computerworld
  1990. Dell XPS 13 2015 Review and Giveaway
  1991. 8 Foods That Help Improve Your Memory : The Daily Details
  1992. Spectacular Works of Land Art Celebrate the Beauty of Nature
  1993. 8 Outstanding Google Tools You May Not Know About
  1994. An Exhaustive List of Developer Topic Newsletters | Javalobby
  1995. Why 'Dumb' Feature Phones Could Make a Comeback Around the World
  1996. Florida law enforcement docs show widespread stingray use, secrecy
  1997. How to strengthen SSH security in the cloud
  1998. Flaws in alternative Android browsers pose underestimated risk
  1999. Macro viruses reemerge in Word, Excel files

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  1. How to Add Favicons to Safari on macOS
  2. Samsung finally lets you disable the annoying Bixby button
  3. 10 tips for getting started with machine learning
  4. A Beginner's Guide to Reddit
  5. Security Industry Responds to Massive Equifax Breach
  6. Equifax data breach: Beware these 3 scams
  7. Comcast said he used too much data—so he opted to live without home Internet
  8. Malicious plugin installed backdoor on 200,000 WordPress websites
  9. Kaspersky ban raises concerns among cyber pros, consumers; draws Kremlin rebuke
  10. Crypto-Gram: September 15, 2017 - Schneier on Security
  11. Odditymall: Unique Gifts | Unusual Gift Ideas
  12. How to Find Out If You Were Affected by the Equifax Hack
  13. Hey, Turn Bluetooth Off When You're Not Using It
  14. A Review of Bluetooth Attacks and How to Secure Mobile Workforce Devices
  15. Linux commands for managing, partitioning, troubleshooting
  16. Microsoft, Facebook Unveil Open Standard for AI, Deep Learning Networks - ExtremeTech
  17. Mercedes-Benz will electrify its entire car lineup by 2022
  18. US
  19. Equifax tries to explain its response to a massive security breach
  20. Apache Struts Statement on Equifax Security Breach : The Apache Software Foundation Blog
  21. Equifax breach could affect 143 million U.S. consumers
  22. LIMITED EDITION
  23. Why Net Neutrality Matters
  24. 711 million email addresses ensnared in "largest" malware spambot
  25. 4 Reasons Being a Hacker Is the Best Job You Haven’t Considered
  26. What to Say When You Don't Have a Good Answer in an Interview
  27. Security Showdown: Smart Locks vs. “Dumb” Locks
  28. Security News This Week: When Facebook’s Friend Suggestions Get Creepy
  29. 9 Smartphone Features Most Users Have No Idea About
  30. Keep your cash! The Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is a better value than the Note 8 | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  31. 10 Lesser Known (and Really Cool) Android Apps That You Should Get Today | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  32. Discoveries of new Mac malware reach unprecedented levels in 2017, analysis shows
  33. 10 Features That Make the iPad Pro an Attractive Hybrid Alternative
  34. 8 sweet Android 8.0 Oreo tips and tricks to help get you started | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  35. Hackers are the real obstacle for self-driving vehicles
  36. The Quantum Age Is Almost Upon Us We Need To Start Taking It Seriously
  37. The iPad Pro is about to start really competing with laptop computers
  38. 2017 IT jobs report: South Central region
  39. 'Quantum' technology is the future, and it's already here — here's what that means for you
  40. The Beginner's Guide to Podcasts
  41. 2017 IT jobs report: Mountain region
  42. FBI Warns About Security Risks From IoT-Connected Toys in Your Home
  43. The Five Worst Resume Mistakes -- And How To Fix Them
  44. Google introduces the feed, a personalized stream of news on iOS and Android
  45. 11 Coolest Things Bixby Voice Can Do on the Galaxy S8
  46. Google Chrome won't be allowed on Windows 10 S
  47. Updated: 3 things to do now to check up on your data privacy settings
  48. iPhone sales continue their slow and steady slide
  49. Microsoft's Surface Laptop feels beautiful
  50. Schools among the most sought after cyber targets: ESET report
  51. There's More Than Meets the Eye in Amazon's Echo Look Style Assistant
  52. Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report Reveals Ransomware Surge
  53. T-Mobile announces nationwide plan for 5G coverage, calls out AT&T and Verizon over misleading claims
  54. Here's where Amazon’s profits are coming from (Hint: it's not from online shopping)
  55. X-Files and videotape: The early days of internet piracy
  56. Why That Orange Is the New Black Leak Was Never Going to Pay Off
  57. Look to Zuck’s F8, Not Trump’s 100 Days, to See the Shape of the Future
  58. Apple Continues Its Comeback Campaign, but iPhone Worries Persist
  59. Modernizing Government Technology Act intro hailed by lawmakers, cyber industry
  60. CMOS Need More Tech Tools to Engage Customers
  61. 13 horribly designed everyday products that need to be reinvented
  62. By 2030, You'll Be Living in a World That's Run by Google
  63. Equinix completes $3.6 billion deal to buy 29 data centers from Verizon
  64. Red Light Cameras May Be Issuing Some Tickets Based on Bogus Math
  65. Hackers Steal, Release New Netflix 'Orange Is the New Black' Episodes
  66. Google Earth's New Feature Brings the Entire Planet to Life
  67. How to find out which apps sell your data
  68. The smartphone is replacing one of the most important features in new cars — and that’s unlikely to change
  69. A student who worked in a Chinese iPhone factory explains why manufacturing jobs aren't coming back
  70. neofetch: Awesome system info bash script that supports Linux, MacOS, and Unix-like systems
  71. Slashdot
  72. Our 10 Favorite Laptops, From MacBooks to Chromebooks
  73. Why AT&T's 5G Evolution Has Little to Do With Real 5G Wireless
  74. The 19 Best Places to Catch the Great American Solar Eclipse
  75. Secure Messaging App Showdown: WhatsApp vs. Signal
  76. Has tech lost its mind? Let's start with flying cars
  77. Amazon Shows Off Many New Cloud Apps, Services at AWS Summit
  78. Microsoft Hyper-V Enables Linux Containers to Run on Windows Server
  79. Government Demands for Google User Data Set All Time High in 2016
  80. Microsoft Releases SaaS Package to Accelerate Enterprise IoT Projects
  81. It's still difficult to just buy a Google Pixel today, and that's insane | Android Central
  82. US Court Sentences Russian Lawmaker's Son to 27 Years in Jail for Hacking
  83. iCloud support scams - Malwarebytes Labs
  84. IBM launches Cognitive Visual Inspection system for manufacturers | ZDNet
  85. Uber is getting serious about building real, honest-to-god flying taxis
  86. F8 Conference Shows How Facebook Plans to Deepen User Engagement
  87. Got MilkyDoor? Android malware lets attackers infiltrate your phone's connected network
  88. The death of the smartphone is closer than you think. Here's what comes next | ZDNet
  89. Computer scientists are developing a ‘master’ fingerprint that could unlock your phone
  90. Our Machines Now Have Knowledge We’ll Never Understand
  91. Using your phone as a hotel room key unlocks possibilities — and a few headaches | Android Central
  92. Tracking the explosive growth of open-source software
  93. Bose Headphones Spy On Listeners: Lawsuit
  94. Panasonic aims for 1,000 AI engineers within 5 years- Nikkei Asian Review
  95. Mastercard’s new credit card has a built-in fingerprint scanner
  96. Google reportedly planning built-in ad-blocking feature for Chrome
  97. (248) Defeat Dishonest Baggage Handlers
  98. How Facebook Spaces Enables Social Interaction in Virtual Environments
  99. PSA: This spoof Apple site illustrates the sophistication of today’s phishing attacks
  100. Android Pay, PayPal aim to make paying with your phone easier
  101. Workers like to circumvent corporate cybersecurity policies, study
  102. IT Professionals Feel Security Pressure From Cloud, Others' Breaches
  103. Uber had the chance to do the right thing with tipping, but it failed
  104. 9 biggest information security threats through 2019
  105. Tesla unveils its new ‘sleek and low-profile’ exclusive solar panel made by Panasonic
  106. Banks scramble to fix old systems as IT 'cowboys' ride into sunset
  107. Inside the car-eat-car world of self-driving technology
  108. Food delivery robots are rolling out in San Francisco
  109. What in the World Is Causing the Retail Meltdown of 2017?
  110. Where Non-Techies Can Get With the Programming
  111. Total-Takeover iPhone Spyware Lurks on Android, Too
  112. Tax deadline is on April 18. Get your returns before hackers do.
  113. Security News This Week: Yes, Even Internet-Connected Dishwashers Can Get Hacked
  114. Cadillac unveils its answer to Tesla's semi-autonomous tech
  115. Seven Rules for Inclusion in the CSO's Security Playbook
  116. Google’s Dueling Neural Networks Spar to Get Smarter, No Humans Required
  117. Ever Heard of the Startup Deis? Well, Microsoft Certainly Did
  118. CIO Jury: Two-thirds of tech leaders are not implementing AI - TechRepublic
  119. What is "brain hacking"? Tech insiders on why you should care
  120. Amazon’s Third-Party Sellers Hit By Hackers
  121. Canada: Here's How We're Preparing for the Automation of Human Jobs
  122. Dropbox's business plans now cost more and offer less than they did last year | ZDNet
  123. 4 Reasons Why You Should Ditch the Facebook Android App | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  124. How Microsoft got out of its vacuum and enlisted 10 million die hard fans to make a better Windows
  125. The iPhone 8 launch will go up against a problem of Apple's own making
  126. How Apple Inc. Makes Most of Its Money -- The Motley Fool
  127. Apple Malware Appears to Be Skyrocketing
  128. Hacker sets off emergency sirens overnight in Dallas
  129. Everyone Loses When Your Employer Owns Your Facebook Account
  130. Samsung Galaxy S8's Gigabit LTE is a wireless turbo boost
  131. Apple is building its own GPU for the iPhone and iPad
  132. 4 myths -- and facts -- about online security
  133. 4,000 WordPress sites infected through fake plugin
  134. Two-fifths of gaming firms 'could relocate over Brexit' - BBC News
  135. 'Primitive' Lets Programmers Examine Code Structure In VR [VIDEO]
  136. Smart TV hack embeds attack code into broadcast signal—no access required
  137. Samsung’s Tizen is riddled with security flaws, amateurishly written
  138. Russia Is Trying to Copy China’s Approach to Internet Censorship
  139. The Samsung Galaxy S8's display is the best you can buy: DisplayMate - ExtremeTech
  140. Apple iPad (2017)
  141. How to Optimize Google Chrome for Maximum Privacy
  142. Tesla now worth more than GM, making it the most valuable U.S. automaker
  143. How to Take a Strategic Approach to IT Monitoring
  144. Tim Berners-Lee, Inventor of the Web, Plots a Radical Overhaul of His Creation
  145. Apple is making an iMac with pros in mind
  146. Within the Next Decade, You Could Be Living in a Post-Smartphone World
  147. Apple just did a very un-Apple thing: It admitted it needs to re-think its high-end Macs
  148. Companies start implanting microchips into workers' bodies
  149. Facial recognition on Samsung’s new phone has already been cracked
  150. Drive-by Wi-Fi i-Thing attack, oh my!
  151. Amazon launches Amazon Cash, a way to shop its site without a bank card
  152. Detroit Is Stomping Silicon Valley in the Race to Build Self-Driving Cars
  153. Hackers Are Emptying ATMs With a Single Drilled Hole and $15 Worth of Gear
  154. Now you can find out if that check really is in the mail
  155. Android now the world’s most popular operating system as it overtakes Windows
  156. Tech jobs are thriving nationwide -- up to 7.3M
  157. UK-leading-in-using-red-team-cyber-security-testing
  158. Intelligence-Driven Supply Chain Resilience | Enterprise Security | TechNewsWorld
  159. An increasingly connected world needs hackers more than ever before
  160. Facebook’s secretive and ambitious hardware group is preparing for its debut next month
  161. Google is making it easier to plan your night in or out
  162. Amazon’s cashier-free store reportedly breaks if more than 20 people are in it
  163. Microsoft's Docs.com is sharing dangerously sensitive personal files, information
  164. Artificially Intelligent Investors Rack Up Massive Returns in Stock Market Study
  165. Wells Fargo will let you use Apple Pay and Android Pay to withdraw money
  166. Elon Musk launches Neuralink, a venture to merge the human brain with AI
  167. Privacy hawks in Congress call on Homeland Security to warn Americans of SS7 hacking threat
  168. Verizon to pre-install a 'Spyware' app on its Android phones to collect user data
  169. Smartphone Specs Don’t Matter: It’s a Software Game Now
  170. Congress just killed the online privacy rules. Now what? (FAQ)
  171. The Laziest, Cheapest Way to Circumvent Your Snooping ISP
  172. 'Just Use A VPN' Isn't A Real Solution To The GOP's Decision To Kill Broadband Privacy Protections
  173. You Should Probably Stop Using LastPass Temporarily
  174. Samsung really needs the Galaxy S8 to be a win. Here are my first impressions
  175. Nearly half of UK businesses lack a cyber security strategy
  176. Innovation's Hot Spots and Drivers
  177. New York data breaches rise by 60% due to hacking and insiders
  178. IBM Tells Customers That 'Cloud Native' Is The Future
  179. The uncrackable problem of end-to-end encryption | ZDNet
  180. Elon Musk’s Neuralink wants to boost the brain to keep up with AI
  181. Amazon considers opening augmented reality furniture stores
  182. Digital downloads killed 150 GameStop stores
  183. Elon Musk’s Billion-Dollar Crusade to Stop the A.I. Apocalypse
  184. T-Mobile customers likely to get fewer scam calls starting April
  185. How Apple can silence the haters, crush Google and Microsoft, and build a thousand-year empire
  186. Pandora is betting its future on a new on-demand music service called 'Premium' — here's what it's like to use
  187. Workers in These Five Industries Will Be the First to Lose Their Jobs to Automation
  188. Apple just made a deal that could reinvent the App Store for a new generation
  189. Amazon, the world’s most remarkable firm, is just getting started
  190. How-Google-is-riding-the-multi-cloud-wave-to-win-over-the-enterprise
  191. Why the New 9.7-Inch iPad Might Jumpstart Becalmed Apple Tablet Sales
  192. Hackers Threaten to Remotely Wipe 300 Million iPhones Unless Apple Pays Ransom
  193. Samsung's New iPad Pro Is Just Fantastic
  194. Cybersecurity made simple
  195. Overcoming the cyber-security skills gap: experience vs qualifications
  196. Apple is abandoning its expensive image
  197. Here's everything Apple just announced this morning
  198. Big Data is So 2016. We Need Smart Data.
  199. The retail apocalypse has officially descended on America
  200. Report: Dark web vendor selling millions of Gmail and Yahoo accounts
  201. The complete guide to spring cleaning your computer
  202. Apple is exploring a bunch of AR features for the next iPhone, says Bloomberg
  203. 8 handy things to do with your new Google Assistant
  204. What’s Attacking the Web? A Security Camera in a Colorado Laundromat
  205. The great chain of being sure about things
  206. Your Mac is not malware-proof: a look at the threats and defenses
  207. How to Make the Most of Google Maps
  208. IBM-cognitive-assistant-to-help-manage-and-secure-devices
  209. Judge Denies Google's Proposed Settlement in Email Scanning Lawsuit
  210. Microsoft's first-ever desktop PC blows away the Mac
  211. Bank warns customers of new 'smishing' scam - what to watch out for
  212. Phishing Scams Even Fool Tech Nerds—Here’s How to Avoid Them
  213. Linux App Stores Compared: Which One Is Right for You?
  214. SXSW 2017: A look at the complex cyber security chess game - ExtremeTech
  215. Dropbox vs. Google Drive vs. OneDrive: Which Cloud Storage Is Best for You?
  216. Unsecured Apple, Android Smartphones Are Major Security Threats
  217. How Hackers Can Break Into Your Accounts Without Your Password
  218. New Gmail Phishing Scam - Schneier on Security
  219. How News Organizations Inadvertently Spread "Alternative Facts"
  220. Avoid This Mistake When an Unknown Caller Asks “Can You Hear Me?”
  221. Lack of Oxford Comma Could Cost Maine Company Millions in Overtime Dispute
  222. This laptop-bricking USB stick just got even more dangerous
  223. Apache Struts Vulnerability Takes Down Canadian Tax Agency
  224. Amazon: Automation doesn't have to kill jobs
  225. Apple: Our latest iOS addresses WikiLeaks' CIA hack
  226. WikiLeaks claims to have the CIA's hacking toolkit (updated)
  227. Amazon hands over Alexa data after murder suspect gives the okay
  228. The desktop PC is finally cool
  229. IBM is making its quantum computer API available to the public - ExtremeTech
  230. AI continued its world domination at Mobile World Congress
  231. More than a million Gmail and Yahoo account credentials on sale
  232. Why I left Mac for Windows: Apple has given up
  233. Dying shopping malls are wreaking havoc on suburban America
  234. Slashdot
  235. Google Assistant for every phone was the best move Google will make in 2017
  236. Malls are digging their own graves by helping Amazon
  237. Top 10 Services Google Killed Off
  238. How to Receive a Push Notification When Your Echo’s Timer Goes Off
  239. Judge: No, feds can’t nab all Apple devices and try everyone’s fingerprints
  240. 5 MWC 2017 trends we’re going to see a lot more of
  241. 10 reasons why not even the best Android phones can get iPhone users to switch
  242. How to set up and customize Google Assistant
  243. Automation is Taking Over One of the Most Popular Professions
  244. NASA released a ton of software for free and here’s some you should try
  245. Medical Devices Are the Next Security Nightmare
  246. What you should and shouldn’t worry about in Android security
  247. SanDisk's new 256GB A1 microSD card is perfect for Adoptable Storage
  248. The sad truth about the excitement over the Nokia 3310
  249. Google has an idea for a goofy hat with a camera on the brim that works like Snap's Spectacles
  250. Amazon wants Alexa to answer customer service calls
  251. RSA Conference 2017: From Cryptography to Mysteries of the Universe
  252. Protect your online privacy with the 5 best VPNs - ExtremeTech
  253. Microsoft Unveils $10 Monthly Gaming Subscription Service For Xbox One
  254. Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds
  255. When Bad Code Caused Disaster: 10 Worst Programming Mistakes in History
  256. 7 Wi-Fi vulnerabilities beyond weak passwords
  257. Porn Spamming campaign targets Joomla users
  258. Samsung is doubling down on tablets with the Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Book
  259. Amazon keeps reminding us that it's the most dangerous company in tech
  260. How used cars became a security nightmare
  261. Google Assistant comes to every Android phone, 6.0 and up
  262. The Internet Made ‘Fake News’ a Thing—Then Made It Nothing
  263. Famed Hacker Kevin Mitnick Shows You How to Go Invisible Online
  264. UPS Tests Delivery Trucks Equipped With Drones as Efficiency Booster
  265. Cloudflare Has Been Leaking Data, So Please Change Your Passwords
  266. What are Android Launchers and Why Should You Use One? | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  267. 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2017
  268. EFF: Half of web traffic is now encrypted
  269. Malware Lets a Drone Steal Data by Watching a Computer’s Blinking LED
  270. States, Local Governments Need to Focus on Cyber-security, Experts Say
  271. Wireless Study Shows Sharp Differences in How Mobile Users Access Web
  272. KasperskyOS — Secure Operating System released for IoT and Embedded Systems
  273. Apple Says Nebraska Will Become A 'Mecca For Hackers' If Right To Repair Bill Passes
  274. CarPlay, iOS 11, macOS Are Likely Hot Topics at Apple WWDC 2017
  275. There’s a hidden menu in Android that lets you unlock experimental features — here’s how to use it
  276. Google and Bing are about to make it tougher to search for illegal streaming and download sites
  277. Five Resolutions to Simplify Your Tech Life
  278. Report: Apple is planning a top-to-bottom refresh for the iPad in March
  279. The implications of the end of net neutrality
  280. Windows wins the desktop, but Linux takes the world | ZDNet
  281. T-Mobile Not So Subtly Hints That It Wants To Disrupt The Cable TV Industry
  282. Naked Security named most educational blog at RSA 2017 Blogger Awards
  283. Google gives everyone machine learning superpowers with TensorFlow 1.0 - ExtremeTech
  284. This Week's Top Downloads
  285. "Windows as a service" means big, painful changes for IT pros | ZDNet
  286. Facebook Jobs page puts social spin on hiring
  287. Roll On
  288. Artificial intelligence doesn't have to be a job killer | ZDNet
  289. Facebook plans customizable filters for nudity and violence
  290. CUBAN: Don't go to school for finance — liberal arts is the future
  291. Amazon launches video conference call service Chime, takes on rivals WebEx, Skype for Business | ZDNet
  292. Warren Buffett just dropped Walmart and signaled the death of retail as we know it
  293. What Is JavaScript, and Why Is Gmail Blocking It?
  294. 10 Psychology Websites to Help Educate Yourself
  295. How to Write the Perfect Resume for a Programming Job
  296. Voice calls may be coming to the Amazon Echo and Google Home
  297. Hacker knows best: Privacy tips from Kevin Mitnick
  298. Facebook confirms it’s building a video app for Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV
  299. Crypto-Gram: February 15, 2017 - Schneier on Security
  300. T-Mobile upgrades its One plan to counter Verizon
  301. Spanner, the Google Database That Mastered Time, Is Now Open to Everyone
  302. 150+ Educational Websites For Lifelong Learners
  303. Why Innovative App Developers Love High-Speed OSDBMS | Linux Journal
  304. How to install denyhosts on Ubuntu Linux 16.04 LTS ( intrusion prevention security tool )
  305. Secretly Take PIctures on Your Android or iPhone Without Being Seen
  306. A beginner's guide to understanding sudo on Ubuntu
  307. How The New York Times Is Clawing Its Way into the Future
  308. Salesforce adds ‘Einstein’ artificial intelligence tools to its customer service platform
  309. With Amazon Books, Jeff Bezos Is Solving Digital Retail's Biggest Design Flaw
  310. Justice naps: Man in jail 16 months for refusing to unlock hard drives
  311. Verizon announces new unlimited data plan
  312. WhatsApp Adds Two-Factor Authentication Security to Popular Messaging App
  313. How IoT hackers turned a university's network against itself | ZDNet
  314. Facebook just made your weather app obsolete
  315. 7 little-known benefits of Amazon Prime
  316. A Yelp recruiter who's interviewed hundreds of people shares her 2 favorite interview questions
  317. Looking for a New Payment Company? You're 'Due' for Some Good News.
  318. The AI Threat Isn’t Skynet. It’s the End of the Middle Class
  319. What's New in Google's Long-Awaited Android Wear 2.0
  320. Daily Deal: The Complete Web Developer Course
  321. Better Than Google! 7 Search Engines You Should Try
  322. Which Linux Operating Systems We Use and Why
  323. Learn to “Quit Books", and Other Tips to Finally Make a Dent in Your Reading List
  324. How to Run Android on Your Computer
  325. Most smart TVs are tracking you — Vizio just got caught
  326. The internet of things gains traction in business
  327. Best Practices for Enterprises Planning to Adopt AI
  328. Coming soon to a cinema near you? Ticket prices shaped by demand
  329. How Thinking Fast and Slow Delivers Smarter IoT Solutions | VMware Radius
  330. Special report: Automation puts jobs in peril
  331. Data realities of 2017 and beyond
  332. 5 shocking new threats to your personal data
  333. Ransomware evolution: Locky and Sage combine in phishing
  334. IRS warns of new twists to W-2 phishing scams
  335. 10 Reasons Why Apple iPad Sales Continue to Sag
  336. Amazon's massive cloud business failed to live up to expectations for the first time — but investors aren't worried
  337. Apple's $200 education bundle includes apps like Final Cut Pro X
  338. How to Use a PGP Key to Encrypt Your Email
  339. A little known part of Amazon is growing fast — and directly competes with Google and Facebook
  340. LibreOffice Updates Its Office Suite with Tons of New Features, Introduces a Private Cloud Version
  341. iOS cracking tools reportedly used by FBI released to public
  342. Amazon accounts for 43% of US online retail sales
  343. Apple Faces Task of Designing New iPhone That Keeps Sales on a Roll
  344. Are PCs finally cutting into Apple's domination of the high end?
  345. Why your IT strategy may not help translate business strategy
  346. Hotel ransomed by hackers as guests locked out of rooms
  347. iPhone 7 turns around slowing sales for Apple
  348. In Silicon Valley, plotting to get foreign-born workers to Vancouver
  349. The Hard Drives Most (and Least) Likely to Fail, According to Backblaze
  350. Walmart just undercut Amazon's most valuable perk
  351. Watch Out for This Frighteningly Effective Gmail Scam
  352. 5 digital marketing trends that will disrupt your business
  353. Tech giants take on each other in the smart home
  354. Inside Dropbox’s Identity Overhaul
  355. Majority of Android VPNs can’t be trusted to make users more secure
  356. Businesses increasing their cybersecurity budgets, but spend it in the wrong places | ZDNet
  357. The future of American jobs lies with the tech industry
  358. 10 apps everyone should have on their computer
  359. Apple’s hidden multi-billion dollar business could be the star of Monday’s earnings
  360. Raise your glasses! Wine is 2.0!
  361. How to limit SSH (TCP port 22) connections with ufw on Ubuntu Linux
  362. The 50 Best Jobs In 2017, According to Glassdoor
  363. Whisply Easily Encrypts Files, Shares Via Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive
  364. Apple and Amazon Adopt Opposing Strategies as Smart Home War Heats Up
  365. Apple joins Amazon, Google and Facebook in AI research group
  366. A Harvard student who received internship offers from Google, Apple, and Facebook explains how she tackles the trickiest interview questions
  367. Vanishing point: the rise of the invisible computer
  368. Quantum Computers Versus Hackers, Round One. Fight!
  369. King's College London admits it is monitoring students' emails
  370. Law Enforcement Has Been Using OnStar, SiriusXM, To Eavesdrop, Track Car Locations For More Than 15 Years
  371. The best of the best U.S. jobs are tech, tech, tech
  372. Breach Reports Rise 40 Percent in 2016, More Than Half Expose SSNs
  373. IT shops see cloud computing adoption as a way to disrupt competitors
  374. Why More Industries Will Implement Artificial Intelligence in 2017
  375. Google remembers that Google Voice exists, overhauls app UI
  376. Obama’s Cyber Legacy: He Did (Almost) Everything Right and It Still Turned Out Wrong
  377. Obama's Legacy in Internet Security - Schneier on Security
  378. The 25 Worst Passwords You Should Never Use
  379. The biggest barrier to Windows 10 success is still Windows 7 | ZDNet
  380. William Murray | IT Consultant
  381. Energy is the new new internet
  382. 7 Common Reasons Companies Get Hacked
  383. Elon Musk says to expect “major” Tesla hardware revisions almost annually
  384. Evernote’s New App Is More Than an Update—It’s a Reboot
  385. Alexa Is Conquering the World. Now Amazon’s Real Challenge Begins
  386. Samsung Releases the List of Its Phones That Will Get Android Nougat
  387. The Darknet Is Evolving To Offer More Secrecy Than Ever
  388. Seven Body Language Mistakes You Won't Want to Make In Your Next Interview
  389. Google Simplifying Distribution of Custom Android Apps in Play Store
  390. Wyoming is basically trying to outlaw clean energy
  391. 2017 solar eclipse map - Google Search
  392. Android security is far behind Apple: Cryptography professor
  393. 14 Threat Trends to Watch in 2017
  394. Buffer overflow exploit can bypass Activation Lock on iPads running iOS 10.1.1
  395. Top 15 security predictions for 2016
  396. 29 Practical Examples of NMAP Commands for Linux System/Network Administrators
  397. Get the best virus scanner for Linux | TuxRadar Linux
  398. Difference between HTTP and HTTPS | How HTTPS works
  399. Don’t believe these four myths about Linux security | Sophos Blog
  400. Never Ever (Ever) Download Android Apps Outside of Google Play
  401. Here's the real money-maker for the Internet of Things
  402. What interns and new grads really get paid at top tech companies
  403. Slashdot
  404. 10 Add-On Skills to Teach Virtual Assistant Alexa on Amazon Echo
  405. Kaspersky Lab Study Examines Top Enterprise Data Breach Risks
  406. Android flaws lead to stolen Teslas
  407. Information Library (2.0/1) - Hosted by Stylee32.net
  408. San Francisco transit system hit with ransomware
  409. NEC installs face recognition at Rio games
  410. Locky ransomware uses decoy image files to ambush Facebook, LinkedIn accounts
  411. How to Pick a Lock With Hairpins
  412. 25 Hardening Security Tips for Linux Servers
  413. French plan for biometric database of 60 million people sparks outcry
  414. Sweeping UK spy bill dubbed 'snoopers' charter' becomes law
  415. Encrypting medical photos with chaos
  416. New software continuously scrambles code to foil cyber attacks: Technique sets a deadline on hackers to severely limit chances of success
  417. Security Metrics Checklist
  418. Learning To Trust Cloud Security
  419. Security analysis of popular IoT devices
  420. How to Protect the Encryption Keys to Your Kingdom
  421. Adobe Voco 'Photoshop-for-voice' causes concern - BBC News
  422. Mirai Malware Simplifies Internet Attacks | Sci-Tech Today
  423. Here's what a Trump presidency means for the Internet of Things
  424. Encrypted Email Signups Skyrocketed After Trump Victory
  425. How To Protect Yourself From The Malware Grinch That Wants To Steal Your Christmas
  426. Feds Walk Into A Building, Demand Everyone's Fingerprints To Open Phones
  427. Bypassing Mixed Content Warnings – Loading Insecure Content in Secure Pages - Broken Browser
  428. Why You Shouldn’t Download DLL Files from the Internet
  429. Microsoft teams up with Elon Musk’s OpenAI project
  430. How the Internet Came of Age as a Campaign Tool in 2016 Election
  431. How to Bid Adieu to Yahoo
  432. Russian Hackers Faked Gmail Password Form To Invade DNC Email System
  433. A Quarter Of A Million People Have Proposed To Amazon's Virtual Assistant Alexa
  434. Hyperloop may become reality in Dubai
  435. Parrot OS – Linux-Based Pen Testing in the Cloud
  436. Human-machine teaming key to cyber defence, says Intel Security
  437. Corporate IT, Security Teams Need to Put Aside Mutual Distrust
  438. North American Developers View Cyber-Warfare as Top Threat
  439. Web of Trust Sells Your Browsing History, Uninstall It Now
  440. China passes controversial law to counter cyberterror
  441. Tesco Bank halts online banking after weekend hacker fraud
  442. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3 Boasts Better Security
  443. How to Keep Ransomware From Wreaking Havoc in Your Organization
  444. The ransomware dilemma
  445. Google Chrome Stops Accepting Certificates From 2 CAs
  446. 10 Questions You Shouldn't Ask at a Job Interview
  447. Google’s Chrome Hackers Are About to Upend Your Idea of Web Security
  448. The new Dirty COW Linux Kernel Exploit already used in attacks in the wild
  449. Google clashes with Microsoft over Windows flaw disclosure
  450. There’s now one less excuse not to use a password manager
  451. Google is turning your phone into a magic wand for Fantastic Beasts tie-in
  452. Snort - Free Network Intrusion Detection & Prevention System - Darknet
  453. Apple demolished by Microsoft at their respective PC events
  454. America Isn’t Ready for a Cyberattack
  455. Inaudible Soundwaves Expose a Spooky New Pathway for Hackers
  456. Humor: It is not UNIX’s job to stop you from shooting your foot…
  457. SSL handshake weakness leaves MacOS, iOS devices open to MitM attacks
  458. 10 Impressive Features in Microsoft's Surface Studio Desktop PC
  459. Slashdot
  460. Everything Microsoft Announced at Its Windows 10 Event Today That Actually Matters
  461. Apple highlights record services revenue as iPhone sales fall
  462. Microsoft’s Surface PC event: what to expect
  463. Welp, Apple leaks its new MacBook Pro with Magic Toolbar ahead of this week’s event
  464. Mirai DDoS attacks not caused by state actors: FlashPoint
  465. Uber’s Self-Driving Truck Makes Its First Delivery: 50,000 Budweisers
  466. John McAfee tells Newsweek who he thinks is behind Dyn cyberattacks
  467. AT&T Is Spying on Americans for Profit
  468. Inside the OPM Hack, the Cyberattack That Shocked the US Government
  469. Elegant Physics (and Some Down and Dirty Linux Tricks) Threaten Android Phones
  470. Only 39% of companies have a formal BYOD policy
  471. Ecuador says it cut WikiLeaks founder's internet over interference in US election
  472. John McAfee: 'Iran hacked the DNC, and North Korea hacked DYN'
  473. Mirai botnets linked to massive DDoS attacks on Dyn DNS, Flashpoint says
  474. Poor password and username management leaves many home routers vulnerable
  475. Snowden Offers His Take on Security Today
  476. US investigating Friday's internet blackout as 'criminal act'
  477. Linux-run IoT devices under attack by NyaDrop
  478. Police use of facial recognition impinges on rights, orgs petition Justice Dept. to probe
  479. Government Requests for Google User Data Rise Steadily
  480. CIA readies itself for cyber-attack on Russia
  481. Many Companies Compromise Security to Release Apps Faster: Study
  482. In Samsung's Messy Phone Recall, Lack Of Transparency Takes Center Stage
  483. The Social Security website is now secure | Computerworld
  484. How to know when your SSD could die | PCWorld
  485. Amazon Echo Dot Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  486. Android malware — should you be worried? | Android Central
  487. FALSE: All Facebook Posts to Be Made Public
  488. A security expert explains why you should put tape over your laptop camera
  489. AWS gets richer with VMware partnership
  490. How Sites Like Google and Facebook Put You In Political Echo Chambers
  491. What the Fastest-Growing Companies Always Ask Job Candidates
  492. Researchers spot uptick in phishing cyberattacks leveraging WSF files
  493. Unsecured database lets hacker expose 58 million plus records from data management firm
  494. Is our world a simulation? Why some scientists say it's more likely than not
  495. The importance of science fiction to entrepreneurship
  496. Yahoo's spying billboard: It would ID you, watch and listen to your reactions to ads | ZDNet
  497. Serious security: Three changes that could turn the tide on hackers | ZDNet
  498. Must read: top 10 Android stories
  499. Amazon alerts some users of password change following email leak
  500. 4 reasons why you should choose iPhone over Android
  501. Amazon Alexa (US only) Channel
  502. Home IoT technology irrelevant to most home owners
  503. Yahoo, complying with U.S. intelligence directive, searched emails
  504. Yes, Police Are Snooping Through Criminal Databases For Personal Reasons All The Time
  505. 6 Ways Mr. Robot Is Putting Linux in the Public Eye
  506. Report: Yahoo scanned users’ email for U.S. intelligence agencies
  507. C&C attacks used plain text to drop malware on Quora and Yahoo! Answers
  508. Secure your devices, Mirai source code release means mayhem
  509. You can finally encrypt Facebook Messenger, so do it.
  510. The Internet of Things Sucks So Bad Even ‘Amateurish’ Malware Is Enough
  511. Google’s Andromeda: One OS to rule them all
  512. People are suing Apple over the most annoying problem with the iPhone: “Touch disease”
  513. Apple's iPhone 7 Has the Worst Battery Life Compared to Rival Smartphones
  514. Making a DVR join a DDoS botnet is a piece of cake—and that’s just sad
  515. Eerie: Hacked Emergency Message Foreshadowed Devastating NJ Train Crash: “Would You? Could You? On a Train?”
  516. How to Turn an Old PC Into a Home File Server
  517. Voldemort ransomware rears its ugly head
  518. systemd, beyond init - YouTube
  519. Scientists found out why clever people find it difficult to fall in love
  520. 7 most important tech jobs needed for today's digital enterprise | ZDNet
  521. How to protect your Social Security number after a hack
  522. Here are the top jobs in the next decade
  523. 25 Killer Sites For Free Online Education
  524. Seven awesome sites for free online education
  525. 10 Problems With Today’s Smartphones & What You Can Do About Them
  526. Slashdot
  527. More than 400 malicious apps infiltrate Google Play
  528. The 'biggest change to the internet in a generation' just happened
  529. A contest was held to find this year's funniest animal photo. Here are 15 of the best.
  530. Black hat security company increases exploit bounty to $1.5M as iOS 10 ‘much harder to exploit’
  531. Multiple Backdoors found in D-Link DWR-932 B LTE Router
  532. Can we build AI without losing control over it?
  533. 3 Industries That Will Be Transformed By AI, Machine Learning And Big Data In The Next Decade
  534. Verizon technician admits he sold customer data for years
  535. 10 Tech Policy Issues the 45th U.S. President Will Face
  536. How Yahoo Totally Blew It on Security
  537. DDoS Attacks Heading Toward 1-Terabit Record
  538. Lenovo, Intel, Synaptics, PayPal Want to End Use of Passwords on PCs
  539. The Shadow Data Threat: What It Is and How to Safeguard Against It
  540. Salesforce Einstein to Bring Artificial Intelligence to Cloud CRM Apps
  541. kirf articles on Engadget
  542. 185M incidents bypassed perimeter defenses - report
  543. 5 of the Most Dangerous Android Viruses and How to Get Rid of Them - Make Tech Easier
  544. Useful Tips to Extend the Life of Your USB Drive - Make Tech Easier
  545. Cybercriminals already able to hack ATM biometric readers
  546. IoT assault, connected devices increasingly used for DDoS attacks
  547. What you should know, and do, about the Yahoo breach
  548. Redirect Links to Open in the App You Really Wanted | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  549. 5 Lessons Businesses Should Learn From the Clinton Email Scandal
  550. How to Delete Google History Permanently - Make Tech Easier
  551. Google Play again used to host malware-laden apps; this time, Overseer
  552. macOS Sierra software update for Mac rolling out now, here’s everything new
  553. ABC signs Facebook deal to livestream 2016 presidential debates
  554. Should I Upgrade to macOS Sierra?
  555. The Next-Gen Drippler Rolls out This Week with These Big Changes | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  556. Hackers take Remote Control of Tesla's Brakes and Door locks from 12 Miles Away
  557. Will The Washington Post Give Back Its Pulitzer And Stand Trial With Snowden?
  558. An unknown state may be running drills for taking down the entire internet | ExtremeTech
  559. Data Loss Incidents Hit Retailers, Financial Services Firms Hardest
  560. Evernote’s Future Is in the Cloud
  561. Cybercrooks use drive-by malware to rob Reddit users' cryptowallets
  562. Computer Specialist Who Deleted Clinton Emails May Have Asked Reddit for Tips
  563. Google Trips is a killer travel app for the modern tourist
  564. Evernote's move to Google downplays cloud lock-in concerns
  565. Waiting for DDoS
  566. Walmart, Lowe's, and Whole Foods are banking on this to compete with Amazon
  567. AI Can Recognize Your Face Even If You’re Pixelated
  568. The FBI missed a trick to hack the San Bernardino iPhone
  569. iOS 10 review: Apple evolves
  570. Schneier on Security
  571. New RAA ransomware variant performs own encryption, attacks businesses
  572. Israeli Teens Arrested In Connection With ‘Majority’ of Recent DDoS Attacks
  573. Classic Unix/Linux editor Vim gets first update in years | ZDNet
  574. Patch Tuesday: Adobe issues fixes for 29 Flash Player vulnerabilties
  575. Independent researcher spots unpatched MySQL vulnerability
  576. WADA confirms Fancy Bear behind attack on anti-doping database
  577. Professor uses facial recognition to spot bored students
  578. Apple's iOS 10 update is bricking iPhones
  579. Google Patches 55 Android Vulnerabilities in September Update
  580. Google Fleshes Out Details of Android Nougat Security Enhancements
  581. Amazon Echo is coming to the UK and Germany this fall
  582. Cloud security processes need to mature, says panel
  583. Brand new malware discovered in Android apps on the Google Play store | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  584. The IT job hunter's playbook
  585. Make Tech Easier Daily Newsletter
  586. Free Information Technology Research Library of White Papers, Magazines, Reports, and eBooks
  587. Wells Fargo Bank fined $185M, fires 5,300 staffers over fake account scam
  588. Ethical Hacking, Cyber Security and Forensics Bundle
  589. How Did You Decide on a Specific OS? What's Your Story?
  590. Best Adobe Alternatives For Linux - Make Tech Easier
  591. These 10 skills are great ones to have on your résumé right now
  592. Watch out for this nasty new Macbook malware
  593. These secret codes let you access hidden iPhone features
  594. DDoS Peak Size Declines, but Attacks Slam Media, Entertainment Sites
  595. Amazon, Apple and Google Back Microsoft in DOJ Gag Order Lawsuit
  596. Autonomous tractors could turn farming into a desk job | ZDNet
  597. Why smartphones heat up and overheat, and how to stop it | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  598. With Yahoo Bid, Verizon Gobbles Up the Past To Avoid an Obsolete Future
  599. 5 Windows 10 Registry Hacks To Optimize Windows 10 Experience
  600. The ultimate guide to Pokémon Go
  601. AirDrop: The ultimate guide | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  602. Here Are the Must-Stream Movies of July 2016
  603. Millions of Android phones can’t securely encrypt
  604. How to see everything Google knows about you
  605. College grads are getting nearly all the jobs
  606. Yoga Poses That Can Hurt You
  607. Use Honey to save money on Amazon purchases
  608. Google will teach you to write Android apps
  609. One country is swapping all addresses for three-word phrases
  610. Eight detective films which will make you smarter
  611. 360 Photos
  612. An introduction to basic motion detection on Linux
  613. How the Top 5 PC Makers Open Your Laptop to Hackers
  614. Want a good tech job? Report says ​open-source skills are hotter than ever | ZDNet
  615. A single smart device adds a backup camera and a dash cam to any car
  616. The Best Way to List Online Classes on Your Resume, According to Recruiters
  617. How Armenian gangsters blew up the fingerprint-password debate
  618. Uber and Lyft shutdown in Austin after voters defeat Proposition 1
  619. The next AI is no AI
  620. Universities can’t solve our skills gap problem, because they caused it
  621. Open365: Open Source Alternative to Office365 for Web
  622. 7 Camera Apps Better Than the One on Your Phone
  623. What Metadata Is and Why It's Important For Your Privacy
  624. Report: India won’t let Apple sell refurbished iPhones in the country
  625. 15 helpful websites that you’ve never heard of
  626. 10 Devices That Could Pay Off for Google's New Hardware Division
  627. Linus Tech Tips
  628. Kindle Oasis review: The perfect e-reader for the 1 percent
  629. Google sent 4.3 million messages to webmasters and saw 33% increase in clean-up efforts
  630. Why I have a secret, classified email account — and you should, too
  631. iPhone warning: If you receive this personalised text message from 'Apple' DON'T open it
  632. Once you start using Google Keep, you'll drop your other note apps | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  633. Your Simple (Yes, Simple) Guide to Quantum Entanglement
  634. IT Salary Watch
  635. This Guy Installed Windows 95 on an Apple Watch
  636. Why your iPhone-unlocking fingerprint is susceptible to FBI search warrants
  637. Flaws in Samsung’s ‘Smart’ Home Let Hackers Unlock Doors and Set Off Fire Alarms
  638. Tweak Your Own Custom Linux Distro with These Four Tools
  639. What Is the Deep Web? It’s More Important Than You Think
  640. 9 Google Flights Tips That Can Change How You Travel
  641. Fwd: Download AVG for your tablet – free!
  642. Bomb-sniffing drone technology developed at UW-Madison could save lives
  643. Is Facebook playing catch-up with possible camera app?
  644. Intel looks beyond PCs to the cloud and Internet of Things | ZDNet
  645. 10 Tips for Companies to Avoid and Stop Ransomware
  646. Here's What Apple Is Doing To Improve the Apple Watch
  647. Why Facebook Is Killing It—Even When Nobody Else Is
  648. Google patents device that you inject into your eyeball
  649. German nuclear plant’s fuel rod system swarming with old malware
  650. Intel wants USB-C to replace the headphone jack
  651. Sony files to patent new contact lenses that can record and play video
  652. We saw firsthand how a USB stick is a hacker's best friend (and your worst nightmare)
  653. Make the Most of Hands-Free “Hey Siri” on Your iPhone or iPad
  654. 10 Ways Intel's Business Must Evolve to Remain Competitive
  655. Google patents smart lenses you inject into your eyes
  656. The driverless truck is coming, and it’s going to automate millions of jobs
  657. 9 reasons you should be incredibly excited for the future
  658. What becomes of Facebook when people start to value privacy?
  659. Apple iPhone sales and revenue finally decline
  660. Roku's $50 Streaming Stick makes 1080p set-top boxes obsolete
  661. Ransomware Poses a Rising Threat to Hospital Operations
  662. Amazon Echo vs. Dot vs. Tap: What Are the Key Differences?
  663. Nanowire Battery Could Last a Lifetime : DNews
  664. Researcher find backdoor that accessed Facebook employee passwords
  665. How to Hide the Device Icons on the Desktop of Your Mac
  666. Transferring Big Files in Terminal on Linux with Transfer.sh
  667. New Phishing Scam Tries To Steal Apple IDs And Passwords
  668. Here's why HBO invested in a $300 million startup that Jon Stewart calls ‘mind blowing’
  669. A top investor nails why Microsoft is getting more respect in Silicon Valley these days
  670. Google wins copyright battle over books - BBC News
  671. The Future Of Microsoft Office: Many Apps, Many Interfaces, Many Devices
  672. Google Is Working on a Wireless Home Internet Service So You Can Dump Comcast
  673. MIT’s Teaching AI How to Help Stop Cyberattacks
  674. 5 Ways Your VPN Is Not as Private as You Think It Is
  675. Mount Google Drive in Ubuntu Using Google-Drive-Ocamlfuse
  676. How hackers eavesdropped on a US Congressman using only his phone number
  677. 10 Kindle Oasis Features Amazon Hopes Will Make You Buy This e-Reader
  678. How to Resize and Optimise Images Using GIMP
  679. Cybersecurity new atom bomb, says Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak
  680. We talked to an ethical hacker, here’s what we learned
  681. 16 Places In Scotland That Are Straight Out Of A Science Fiction Novel
  682. Amazon Prime Video is now a standalone monthly service
  683. Virtual Desktop is a glimpse at a future without monitors
  684. We're approaching the end of Yahoo as we know it
  685. '60 Minutes' asked a security firm to hack an iPhone and we’re all basically screwed
  686. Google Drive adds just one checkbox, and that makes all the difference
  687. Like it or not, Mark Zuckerberg is now Silicon Valley's ambassador to the rest of the world
  688. The Top Google Updates in 2016 You’ll Want to Know About
  689. Facebook is poised to take the chatbot world by storm
  690. Researchers Crack Microsoft and Google’s Shortened URLs to Spy on People
  691. Cyber-criminals becoming increasingly professional - SC Magazine
  692. Why Mobile Developers Have Great Job Opportunities
  693. Facebook Explains Key Role of AI in Its Future Development
  694. This MIT Dropout Was Sick Of High Tuition So He Created His Own College
  695. Apple Just Struck a Huge Deal with Major League Baseball
  696. 7 potential security concerns for wearables
  697. Yahoo is for sale; bidders line up; Marissa Mayer is toast
  698. Play With the Inner Workings of a Neural Network on This Neat Website
  699. What You Should Know About Congress's Latest Attempt to Criminalize Encryption
  700. Google now blocks searchers from sites with deceptive download buttons
  701. San Bernardino iPhone was hacked using a zero-day exploit
  702. 10 security tips to protect your website from hackers
  703. Intuit Sheds Its PC Roots and Rises as a Cloud Software Company
  704. File Syncing Showdown: Google Drive vs. Dropbox vs. OneDrive
  705. Experts crack nasty ransomware that took crypto-extortion to new heights
  706. First came the Breathalyzer, now meet the roadside police “textalyzer”
  707. High Demand for IT Professionals Keeps Driving Salaries Skyward
  708. 4 Reasons Why You Don’t Need a Laptop Anymore
  709. Surveillance Cameras Sold On Amazon Found Infected With Malware - Slashdot
  710. More big-name sites hit by rash of malicious ads that attack end users | Ars Technica
  711. How an Internet Mapping Glitch Turned a Random Kansas Farm Into a Digital Hell
  712. The 6 Most Important Technologies of Summer 2016
  713. No Password Required! 135 Million Modems Open to Remote Factory Reset
  714. Spear-phishing attack hits high level execs with ransomware | ExtremeTech
  715. How the program works - Google Trusted Stores Customer Help
  716. Amazon releases Smart Home API for Alexa: Developers, get ready to add 'skills' | ZDNet
  717. FBI: Beware fake CEO emails that have cost businesses $2.3bn | ZDNet
  718. Roku Streaming Stick: Now faster and slimmer, but still a bargain
  719. PayPal cancels plan to hire 400 people in North Carolina to protest anti-LGBT law
  720. Survey finds 'accountability gap' among execs dealing with cybersecurity
  721. Forget Apple vs. the FBI: WhatsApp Just Switched on Encryption for a Billion People
  722. This tech team is saving government millions of dollars a year
  723. How Reporters Pulled Off the Panama Papers, the Biggest Leak in Whistleblower History
  724. Something called 'Google dorking' helps hackers find out stuff no one wants them to know
  725. The largest leak of secret documents in history was just released — here are its key findings
  726. Documents leaked from a Panamanian law firm reveal a global web of corruption
  727. Deep learning will be huge — and here’s who will dominate it
  728. The inside story of how Amazon created Echo, the next billion dollar business no one saw coming
  729. All of Apple’s Products Ever, in One Glorious Infographic
  730. Running Bash Commands in the Background the Right Way
  731. Samsung Pay: The greatest challenge for universal mobile payments isn't the technology
  732. Apple 9.7-Inch iPad Pro Review: Tablet vs. Laptop Showdown
  733. Why Hospitals Are the Perfect Targets for Ransomware
  734. Apple launches a new version of Safari for web developers
  735. Microsoft is bringing the Bash shell to Windows 10
  736. How one programmer broke the internet by deleting a tiny piece of code
  737. Advertising's hottest surveillance software is surprisingly legal
  738. It's not Tay's fault that it turned racist. It's ours.
  739. It’s Your Fault Microsoft’s Teen AI Turned Into Such a Jerk
  740. Bernie Sanders' Bird Shows Us How Great Our Politics Can Be
  741. Google Just Made $150 of Great Photography Software Totally Free
  742. So the feds didn’t need to squeeze Apple after all
  743. Cloud warriors battle for 2019's $300B spoils
  744. This chart should terrify the cable TV industry
  745. We asked a sleep scientist if the iPhone's new Night Shift feature will actually help you sleep, and his answer surprised us
  746. Government-Backed Tor Project Supports the Strong Encryption DOJ Hates
  747. YouTube Is the Unsung Juggernaut of This Election Season
  748. Google's Nik Collection of Photo Editing Software Is Now Completely Free
  749. Beware of the '.om': Malware hiding on sites you misspell is on the rise
  750. FBI using Israeli firm to crack San Bernardino iPhone without Apple
  751. Google Is Sharing Its Powerful AI With Everyone in Its Cloud
  752. Apple's messy iPad lineup keeps getting more complicated
  753. IRS Tax Refund Fraud Expected to Hit Hard Again in 2016
  754. Amazon and Comcast are teaming up, and it means good news for TV watchers
  755. 11 tech skills that will get you a salary of $105,000 or more
  756. It's Time to Pay Attention to Connected Car Cyber-Threats
  757. Six Considerations for Choosing the Right Analytics Solution
  758. After SXSW, here’s a roadmap for how the tech industry can change the world this year
  759. The FBI Now Says It May Crack That iPhone Without Apple’s Help
  760. Here’s Everything Apple Announced Today
  761. Apple Special Event: everything you need to know - TapSmart
  762. Apple Needs a New Reason for You to Buy an iPad
  763. Google’s smartwatch king has a 50-year vision for the future of Android Wear
  764. Warning: Your Deleted Files Can Still Be Recovered... Unless You Use This App | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  765. UPDATE: Amex warns of breach, cardholders should protect data
  766. Apple co-founder criticises company over Apple Watch
  767. Hack Brief: No Need to Freak Out Over That Chinese iPhone Malware
  768. The next big thing in smartphones is uncertainty
  769. How to view Safari's saved passwords and credit card info on iPhone and iPad | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  770. Management Information Systems Projected as Top-Paid Class of 2016 Business Major
  771. 5 Tech Upgrades You Should Avoid (To Save Money)
  772. Surprise! NSA data will soon routinely be used for domestic policing that has nothing to do with terrorism
  773. Android Marshmallow update bricks a Galaxy Note 5, other issues | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  774. Everything You Can Say to Your Amazon Echo
  775. Hack Brief: ISIS Data Breach Identifies 22,000 Members
  776. 6 reasons Web developers need to learn JavaScript ES6 now
  777. Cryptomator encrypts iOS and desktop files for the cloud
  778. Google wants to be your travel agent
  779. Google and Facebook Team Up to Open Source the Gear Behind Their Empires
  780. 7 Reasons Millennials are Financially Doomed - Breitbart
  781. Biometrics Are Coming, Along With Serious Security Concerns
  782. Samsung Galaxy Note 5 showing “Unfortunately, System UI has stopped” after Marshmallow update | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  783. Broadband Industry 'Studies' Claim Users Don't Need Privacy Protections Because ISPs Are Just Harmless, Innovative Sweethearts | Techdirt
  784. Even Tim Cook's Old High School Has Stopped Giving Its Students MacBooks
  785. Microsoft is beating Apple in a key battle for the future of computing
  786. Coding expertise awaits: The Complete Web Developer Course
  787. Microsoft's SQL database software now runs on Linux
  788. You Don't Own Your Ebooks
  789. Google Photos now supports Live Photos on iOS
  790. Apple will pay $450 million after Supreme Court denies ebooks price-fixing appeal
  791. Slashdot
  792. We're fighting an invisible war -- in cyberspace
  793. Computer science is the key to America’s skills crisis
  794. The broken world of mobile payments and how to fix it
  795. Amazon reverses course on encryption for its Fire tablets
  796. First Mac Ransomware Found in Transmission BitTorrent Client
  797. The Crypto Wars Are Global
  798. 10 Hidden Chrome Settings You Should Be Changing
  799. Amazon debuts two smaller and cheaper Echos
  800. Video Shows How Easily Your iPhone Can Be Opened Without Passcode
  801. 4 Reasons Why Everyone Should Learn Arduino Now
  802. These are the best podcasts you should be listening to right now
  803. Google Photos gets some much-needed editing tools
  804. Google wants restaurants to recognize your face so you can buy anything without carrying a wallet
  805. The rise of Bill Gates, from Harvard dropout to richest man in the world
  806. How the Feds Could Get Into iPhones Without Apple’s Help
  807. How can the KeyRaider iOS malware be mitigated?
  808. Slashdot
  809. America Is Wasting So Much Time and Money Defending the Broadband Status Quo
  810. A year after the FCC's order to treat ISPs like phone companies, net neutrality is still in danger
  811. 14 unusual but brilliantly effective ways to reduce stress
  812. 24 unbeatable ways to relax in just five minutes
  813. Privacy Is Never About Just One Phone
  814. Reinvented ransomware shifts from pwning PC to wrecking websites
  815. InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog - Quick Analysis of a Recent MySQL Exploit
  816. White House Asked Google & Facebook To Change Their Algorithms To Fight ISIS; Both Said No
  817. University of California Berkeley once again becomes victim of cyberattack | ZDNet
  818. How do you define great IT leadership? | ZDNet
  819. How Google will beat Amazon's cloud | ZDNet
  820. Report says iPhone 7’s killer feature will only be found on the most expensive models
  821. Microsoft reveals HoloLens hardware specs
  822. 7 Google changes that will make or break your SEO
  823. Here's how easy it is to fool the iPhone's fingerprint sensor
  824. Google neural network tells you where photos were taken
  825. Here’s how Amazon could totally change your shopping experience with its own retail stores
  826. Wearables in the enterprise? Yes, really!
  827. 7 Reasons Why You Should Install The Fish Shell
  828. This is the true story of how Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook, and it wasn't to find girls
  829. Slashdot
  830. ISP Review Roundup & Reader Survey Results - Introduction
  831. It Looks Like Sprint Has Brought Back The 2-Year Contract
  832. E-banking tip: Mom's maiden name? Say 'grapefruit'
  833. 8 facts every computer programmer should know
  834. Donald Trump just said if he's elected president Amazon will have problems
  835. IRS: Cyber hackers got info on roughly 700K taxpayers, double earlier estimate | Fox News
  836. Men are twisting the knife that's already killing shopping malls
  837. Facebook’s new ‘like’ buttons have a hidden agenda
  838. Facebook officially expands beyond the Like with Reactions
  839. 2 New Gmail Security Features You Should be Familiar With
  840. Which Browser Is Best? Edge vs. Chrome vs. Opera vs. Firefox
  841. Jeb’s Downfall Proves Political TV Ads Don’t Work Anymore
  842. Familiar Attacks Still Wreaking Havoc, HPE Cyber Risk Report Finds
  843. Facebook's new 'Like' buttons are rolling out now - go 'wow' at someone
  844. 'MouseJack' allows hackers to hijack computers through your wireless mouse or keyboard
  845. 12 things Microsoft does better than Apple
  846. Microsoft's Latest Acquisition Shows It's Really Serious About Moving Beyond Windows
  847. Digital Trends Top Tech of MWC 2016 award winners
  848. I got hacked mid-air while writing an Apple-FBI story
  849. Facebook Will Open Source Wireless Gear to Forge a 5G World
  850. Don't Be Misled. The Apple-FBI Fight Isn't About Privacy vs. Security
  851. 10 Reasons to Buy a Smartwatch Instead of a Plain Old Timepiece
  852. Volvo Ditches the Car Key to Make Way for the Future
  853. Bill Gates says Apple should unlock the San Bernardino iPhone
  854. Samsung’s New Galaxy Phones Are All About Their Killer Cameras
  855. 20 amazing things you never learned at school
  856. IRS warns of 400 percent surge in phishing, malware
  857. Businesses wary of IoT security says new report
  858. Linux Power User Bundle - Go from Linux Command Line Novice to Ninja with 22+ Hours of Professional Training for 97% off - StackSocial
  859. What to expect from this year's Mobile World Congress
  860. anger-antitrust-and-amazon
  861. Robots are friends, not job-stealing foes
  862. These 10 tech companies are among the most admired businesses in the world
  863. 10 Things Employees Can Do to Improve IT Security in 2016
  864. Say What You Want About Justice Antonin Scalia, He Was Great for Technology
  865. Rand McNally unveils OverDryve, a dashboard tablet for low-tech cars starting at $299
  866. 40 tech skills that will land you a $120,000-plus salary
  867. People who don't spend 5 hours a week online learning will make themselves obsolete, says AT&T CEO
  868. JPEG, GIF, or PNG? Image Filetypes Explained and Tested
  869. The Koch Brothers' Dirty War on Solar Power
  870. All your Netflix streams now come straight from Amazon
  871. 10 Reasons to Buy the Amazon Echo Virtual Personal Assistant
  872. A special dog named Quasimodo has the Internet talking. Now it's time to find him a home.
  873. Watch Will Ferrell As Stephen Colbert's "Exotic" Animal Expert
  874. Christie Quits Race to Focus on Tormenting Rubio - The New Yorker
  875. This Amazon Customer Service Story Will Freak You Out
  876. Smart strap brings payments to your Pebble smartwatch
  877. Smartphones with 7-day battery life could be on their way
  878. Apple takes its eye off the ball: Why Apple fans are really coming to hate Apple software
  879. How to Use SSH Pipes on Linux
  880. Google’s New Interactive E-Books Would Be Impossible to Print
  881. 5 Adjustments to Protect Your Facebook Account
  882. Tech Will Force Lawyers to Do More for Those Billable Hours
  883. Evernote vs. OneNote: Which Note-Taking App Is Right for You?
  884. Why You Should Be Concerned About The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act
  885. The evidence is clear: Apple's next big thing will be virtual reality
  886. FREE Cyber security and hacking training course
  887. Intern caught sleeping on his second day of work gets trolled by the entire Internet
  888. FreshBackMac Cycles Through Themed, High Resolution Wallpapers on Mac
  889. Amazon Echo is a sleeper hit, and the rest of America is about find out about it for the first time
  890. Microsoft may be running the biggest Turing test in history
  891. 7 Password Mistakes That Will Likely Get You Hacked
  892. We got 10 CEOs to tell us their one killer interview question for new hires
  893. This is what Apple spends it R&D dollars on
  894. Why the Apple iPad Pro Has Massively Outsold the Microsoft Surface
  895. Cable companies are freaking out over the FCC's latest plan
  896. Crypto flaw was so glaring it may be intentional eavesdropping backdoor
  897. Amazon Will Open Over 300 Physical Bookstores Because Life Is a Practical Joke Played On Us All
  898. What is Amazon Aurora? - Definition from WhatIs.com
  899. Your Worst Computer Building Horror Stories
  900. This is Microsoft's plan to power the internet from under the sea
  901. Google’s AI Breakthrough: What It Means & How It Affects You
  902. Feds don’t need crypto backdoors to spy—your TV and toothbrush will do
  903. 4 Reasons Why Java is Still #1 - DZone Java
  904. Here Are 4 Common Methods That Ad Fraudsters Use to Make Their Ill-Gotten Money
  905. Here are the IoT trends that will shape the way businesses, governments, and consumers interact with the world
  906. One simple chart that shows Amazon's relentless focus on long-term growth
  907. The End of Twitter - The New Yorker
  908. NSA Hacker Chief Explains How to Keep Him Out of Your System
  909. Google Glass goes dark on its social media accounts
  910. Spotify goes beyond music into video this week
  911. Banks must move past PIN, OTP to ensure mobile security | ZDNet
  912. DISA releases cloud access point guidance -- FCW
  913. Clamping down on VPNs will turn Netflix subscribers into pirates
  914. Edward Snowden's OS of choice gets a major update
  915. 10 tech skills that will get you a $130,000-plus salary
  916. Amazon is taking over the globe, and it's time for retailers to panic
  917. World Wide Web Inventor Tim Berners-Lee: Free the Internet!
  918. Microsoft and Google are learning how hard it is to be like Apple
  919. 3 cutting edge projects Apple is working on right now
  920. One simple reason why Amazon is spending over $3 billion on music and video content
  921. IT careers: How to put your career on the fast track
  922. Why the Netflix Crackdown on VPNs Will Ultimately Fail
  923. Why Cloud Computing Will Shake Up Security
  924. When Virtual Reality Meets Education
  925. Apple Pay Gets Support For 50 Additional Card Issuers
  926. Penguin Random House takes degree requirements off job applications
  927. Sundance's VR Films Will Break Your Brain
  928. Samsung is opening a VR studio in New York City
  929. Marketers: Personalization will become a science this year
  930. Seagate Backup Plus Portable Drive (4TB)
  931. Ignore the doubters: Here's why the iPhone 7 is going to be absolutely huge
  932. Almanac: The Macintosh
  933. How Google thinks about its iconic 'Doodles' that spruce up its homepage
  934. Even the best antivirus likely can't save your files from a ransomware infection
  935. You Need a Password Manager. Here Are Some Good Ones
  936. California lawmaker wants to ban phone encryption in 2017
  937. How Americans Can Take Back Our Privacy
  938. Nest Thermostat Leaked Home Locations Over the Internet
  939. These Are the Best Jobs in America Right Now
  940. Treasury Department Warns Taxpayers About a Fraud Scams
  941. Spear Phishing: What Is It?
  942. Microsoft's New Neural Net Shows Artificial Intelligence Is About to Get Way Smarter
  943. Things I Wish I Had Known Before Panicking Through My First PC Build
  944. 8 PC Maintenance Mistakes That Kill Your Hardware Lifespan
  945. Now someone can steal your WiFi password from your doorbell
  946. 6 business technology trends for 2016
  947. Netflix, Juniper and Intuit explain how Amazon is eating the $3.5 trillion IT industry
  948. 8 Reasons to Switch From Windows 10 to Linux
  949. The Father of Online Anonymity Has a Plan to End the Crypto War
  950. Woot! An Amazon App That Brings up to 70% off Daily Deals | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  951. Battle for digital life takes center stage at CES tech show
  952. Why Disney CEO Bob Iger told his top 400 executives to 'have a love affair with technology'
  953. How to become an Information Security Expert with the CISSP Certification
  954. The man who studies the spread of ignorance
  955. Slashdot
  956. Patch now: VMware Tools for Windows root holes patched in update
  957. Cinnamon 2.8 Review - Make Tech Easier
  958. WordPress sites once again being compromised
  959. Your Info Is Leaking: Privacy Concerns With Online Quizzes
  960. Amazon forceresets passwords
  961. Climate Change Will Not Be Dangerous for a Long Time
  962. How Education Will Be Smarter, Less Intrusive, And Able To Respond To How You Feel
  963. The Best Tips and Tools for Computer Builders
  964. Amazon’s New Bookstore Flips The Script
  965. Must See JavaScript Dev Tools That Put Other Dev Tools to Shame — JavaScript Scene
  966. 5 Windows 10 Registry Tweaks to Improve & Unlock Features
  967. Kentucky man shoots down drone hovering over his backyard
  968. Holiday tech support: 5 tips for Android phones
  969. Samsung Gear VR review (2015): A no-brainer if you own a Samsung phone
  970. Officials link hacker to theft of 1.2 billion log-in credentials
  971. The tar command explained
  972. Hilton confirms hackers swiped payment info from its hotels
  973. Better Than Wi-Fi, Li-Fi Is 100 Times Faster
  974. The 20 Best Podcasts of 2015: As Recommended by MakeUseOf
  975. 5 Free Offline Browser to Help You View Web Content Offline
  976. Why You Shouldn't Purchase a Prebuilt Desktop Computer
  977. Google to Serve Up Facebook Content In Mobile Search
  978. GOP lawmaker calls on FCC to ban social media, other sites | ExtremeTech
  979. Report: Everyone Should Get a Security Freeze — Krebs on Security
  980. Senator McCain Promises To Introduce Legislation To Backdoor Encryption, Make Everyone Less Safe | Techdirt
  981. Tor is getting a major security upgrade | ExtremeTech
  982. This Chart Tells You When to Use Ice or Heat for Pain
  983. Reasons to never rely on fingerprints over passwords
  984. The Greatest iPhone Dongle Ever Made
  985. People Blaming Encryption for the Paris Attacks Are Looking Dumber Every Day
  986. Create Hidden Administrative Accounts in OS X from the Terminal
  987. Google aims to be 'cloud company' by 2020, predicts more revenue from cloud platform than ads
  988. It's time to secure your Amazon account with two-factor authentication
  989. Visual Studio now supports debugging Linux apps; Code editor now open source
  990. I Turned Off JavaScript in My Web Browser for a Whole Week and It Was Glorious
  991. Monitor Apache Web Server Using Mod_status
  992. Large malvertising campaign uses casino sites to unload Angler Exploits
  993. The Stupidity of Crowds: The Internet is Wrong a Lot
  994. Google Open Sources Two Tools To Import Mail Into Gmail
  995. How to Encrypt Directories/Partitions with eCryptfs on Debian 8 (Jessie)
  996. Syria's least-known but most famous migrant is the father of Apple's Steve Jobs
  997. Google Photos Will Now Help You Free Up Space On Your Phone
  998. Instagram cracks down on third-party apps after password thefts
  999. Google is relaunching the struggling Google+ social network
  1000. Google+ gets major redesign with big focus on Communities and Collections
  1001. Google Search Just Got Way Better at Understanding Your Questions
  1002. Privacy Not Included: Federal Law Lags Behind New Tech
  1003. Apple Is Losing Some of Its Most Music-Obsessed Users Because of iTunes
  1004. Play YouTube Videos in Background When the Screen Off
  1005. Everything You Need to Know About Tor's Messenger System
  1006. 10 Ways to Boost Security on iOS Mobile Devices
  1007. Phishing scam targeting DHL customers discovered
  1008. Did Prophet Muhammad Warn Us Of ISIS 1,400 Years Ago?
  1009. 4 Interview questions for data security analysts
  1010. Monday review - the hot 23 stories of the week
  1011. How to Automate Microsoft Office Tasks with IFTTT Recipes
  1012. What Technology Will Look Like In Five Years
  1013. Microsoft Helps Out Healthcare Sector With New Data Encryption Algorithm
  1014. Facebook: “Are you sure you want to publicly post that photo of your child?”
  1015. More POS malware, just in time for Christmas
  1016. Paris Attacks Blamed on Strong Cryptography and Edward Snowden - Schneier on Security
  1017. Hacking Collective Anonymous Declares Total War On ISIS Following Paris Terror Attacks
  1018. How to hide files, photos and apps on Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1019. Become a Certified Microsoft Engineer with this course bundle
  1020. Inside Mark Zuckerberg's Bold Plan For The Future Of Facebook
  1021. Why IT and Operations are on a collision course
  1022. Independent Online
  1023. Best practices for password protection
  1024. Techdirt Reading List: Piracy: The Intellectual Property Wars From Gutenberg To Gates | Techdirt
  1025. If You Want Tech Freedom, Congress Needs To Change A Law
  1026. Cryptoransomware hits UK Parliament network
  1027. Hackers compromise 70 million prison inmate phone records
  1028. Ransomware meets Linux - on the command line!
  1029. Ransomware Is Getting Sophisticated - Schneier on Security
  1030. Google’s New “About Me” Page Lets You Control What Personal Info Others Can See
  1031. Review: Apple iPad Pro
  1032. Slashdot
  1033. How to Use Gmail and Inbox Together
  1034. New study finds that iPhones are actually more vulnerable than Android phones
  1035. WIRED's list of the best gadgets and gear you can buy in 2015
  1036. Dropbox Enterprise launches with new security features
  1037. Google’s New Autoreply Sounds Great!!!!
  1038. Three little phishes - security lessons from the week just past...
  1039. Linux Ransomware targeting Servers and Threatening Webmasters to Pay
  1040. Google Open-Sources The Machine Learning Tech Behind Google Photos Search, Smart Reply And More
  1041. iOS 9 Has Six-Digit Passcodes, But You Can Toggle It Off
  1042. 9 Easy IFTTT DO Button Tricks to Quickly Automate Your Life
  1043. Slashdot
  1044. WordPress now powers 25% of the Web
  1045. EU wants to require permission to make a link on the Web
  1046. Hackers have Hacked into US Arrest Records Database
  1047. The cloud wars explained: Why nobody can catch up with Amazon
  1048. Free Up iPhone Storage Space With This Simple Trick
  1049. Googles Project Zero discovers 11 highimpact security issues on Samsung Galaxy 6S Edge
  1050. Get used to it Mega breaches
  1051. RSA Cybersecurity industry is fundamentally broken, says Amit Yoran
  1052. Samsung S6 Edge has 11 nasties, says Google Project Zero team
  1053. Object-Oriented Programming Explained with a Role-Playing Game Example
  1054. Researcher releases Free Hacking Tool that Can Steal all Your Secrets from Password Manager
  1055. Facebook Speeds Past 1.55 Billion Users And Q3 Estimates With $4.5B Revenue
  1056. Nightmare Stories of Your Worst IT Jobs Ever
  1057. Here Are the Top 5 Newest Buzzwords for Tech Jobs
  1058. An Inside Look: Steve Jobs Teaches Business Strategy 101
  1059. 6 websites that let you download free ebooks online
  1060. Top 10 Evil Ways to Use Technology
  1061. Apple, Microsoft, and Google are trying to incite a quiet app revolution
  1062. Arbitration Everywhere, Stacking the Deck of Justice
  1063. Tor launches anti-censorship Messenger service - BBC News
  1064. The coming smart-thing apocalypse
  1065. Why IT Careers Are in Demand
  1066. IETF recognizes .onion as specialuse domain name
  1067. I Was on One of Those Canceled SXSW Panels. Here Is What Went Down.
  1068. IRS use of secret cellphone tracking systems has Grassley, Leahy demanding answers
  1069. Apple is asking the Supreme Court to overturn a decision that would force it to pay consumers $450 million
  1070. JRR Tolkien: 'I never expected a money success'
  1071. Russian ships may be preparing to attack the global internet | ExtremeTech
  1072. Microsoft Officially Unveils Its Arrow Launcher For Android
  1073. Microsoft Ignites a new Focus on Security (Part 6)
  1074. Did the FBI really say "pay up" for ransomware? Here’s what to do...
  1075. A Quick Guide to the Cybersecurity Bill Passed by the U.S. Senate
  1076. Vim Is Awesome: Make It Better With These 5 Customizations
  1077. How to Customize the iOS Sharing Menu
  1078. HTML5 On The Rise: No Longer Ahead of Its Time
  1079. Judge rules man had right to shoot down drone over his house - CNET
  1080. How to Insure Your Personal Electronics Against Damage and Theft
  1081. Cars That Talk to Each Other Are Much Easier to Spy On
  1082. Facebook Is Trying to Keep You Interested Forever By Moving Beyond Friends
  1083. The Ultimate Guide To Using Gmail Like A Complete Boss
  1084. US government says it's now okay to jailbreak your tablet and smart TV
  1085. Build a Device That Can Crack Master Combination Locks in Under 30 Seconds
  1086. Apple just set an all-time sales record for Macs — and it's not even Christmas yet
  1087. Librarian of Congress grants limited DRM-breaking rights for cars, games, phones, tablets, and remixers
  1088. Privileged Account Takeovers Pose Major Risks
  1089. Why Modern IT Security Is Like Aviation—100 Years Ago
  1090. Walmart Is Looking To Get Into The Drone Delivery Game
  1091. Slashdot
  1092. Artificial intelligence is coming to a surveillance camera near you | ExtremeTech
  1093. Apple vs. Google: If you get hacked, which account could be bigger trouble?
  1094. 7 Basic Network Security Mistakes You're Probably Making - Network Computing
  1095. DOJ Claims Apple Should Be Forced To Decrypt iPhones Because Apple, Not Customers, 'Own' iOS | Techdirt
  1096. Book Review: FreeBSD Mastery – ZFS
  1097. How To See Characteristics of File Systems on Linux or Unix
  1098. Android Probe Has “High Priority”, Says Europe’s Antitrust Chief
  1099. The Most Controversial Hacking Cases of the Past Decade
  1100. Report Millennial IT workers are greatest internal risk to companies
  1101. Researchers use exploit to disable Audi airbags
  1102. The 11 Worst Internet Scams We’re Still Falling For
  1103. The GOP Has a Tech Talent Problem It Might Not Solve
  1104. Talk Talk 'KNEW about huge cyber attack 10 weeks ago' as customers targeted
  1105. 5 Reasons Why Windows 10 Might Make You Switch to Linux
  1106. 5 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying Your Next MicroSD Card
  1107. PSA: Don’t Trust Caller ID — It Can Be Faked
  1108. Slashdot
  1109. Microsoft phone sales fell 54 percent because of 'updated strategy'
  1110. Ransomware using Remote Desktop to spread itself
  1111. Is Our Current File & Folder System Flawed?
  1112. NSA chief: These are the 3 cyber threats that keep me up at night
  1113. Quantum Theory Experiment Said to Prove ‘Spooky’ Interactions
  1114. New Android Marshmallow devices must have default encryption (mostly) | Naked Security
  1115. Social Engineering — Free Online Training for Hackers - The Hacker News
  1116. Google Makes Full-Disk Encryption Mandatory For Some Android 6.0 Devices - Slashdot
  1117. YouTube Red, A $9.99 Site-Wide Ad-Free Subscription With Play Music, Launches Oct 28 | TechCrunch
  1118. Apple says it can’t break into new iPhones, even if the government tells it to
  1119. Cracking WiFi Passwords By Hacking into Smart Kettles - The Hacker News
  1120. Got an Apple Mac, iThing? Update it right now – there's a shedload of security holes fixed • The Register
  1121. How to Unlock the Secret Administrator Account in Windows
  1122. YouTube Red is Google's ad-free subscription video service
  1123. Fire up your Mac's firewall
  1124. Fingerprint readers are now essential
  1125. Microsoft Surface Book review
  1126. Here's another sign that Amazon's $7 billion cloud business is crushing its competition
  1127. Hackers Can Wirelessly Upload Malware to a Fitbit in 10 Seconds
  1128. New attacks on Network Time Protocol can defeat HTTPS and create chaos
  1129. Apple Releases iOS 9.1 With New Emoji, Live Photos Improvements
  1130. Firefox will warn you when your password will be exposed
  1131. Microsoft Surface Book Review: So Good, I Might Switch Back to Windows
  1132. Mossberg: The Steve Jobs I knew isn't in this movie
  1133. Anonymous attacks two Japanese airports
  1134. Teen Who Hacked CIA Director’s Email Tells How He Did It
  1135. Apple CEO Tim Cook blasts encryption backdoors | Ars Technica
  1136. Support scams that plagued Windows users for years now target Mac customers | Ars Technica
  1137. How IT Managers Can Bridge the Generational Technology Gap
  1138. Manufacturers Fail to Eliminate Vulnerabilities on Mobile Devices
  1139. THN Weekly Roundup — Top 10 Hacking News Stories You Shouldn’t Miss - The Hacker News
  1140. Western Digital My Passport Ultra (2TB) Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  1141. USB Flash Drive Guide: 5 Things to Know When Buying One
  1142. An Algorithm That Can Predict Human Behavior Better Than Humans - Slashdot
  1143. Facebook will warn you if the government is hacking your profile
  1144. Who Is Responsible for Security in the Cloud?
  1145. Why Microsoft Is Doubling Down on the Hardware Business
  1146. X-Ray Scans Expose an Ingenious Chip-and-Pin Card Hack
  1147. Uber finally unleashes its FedEx killer, Uber Rush
  1148. Why This Longtime Google Fan Now Prefers DuckDuckGo
  1149. Breaking The Barrier Of Humans And Machines | TechCrunch
  1150. Google, Facebook, Microsoft and buddies stick a bomb under hated CISA cyber-law • The Register
  1151. 'Steve Jobs' writer Aaron Sorkin says 'my conscience is clear' on film's accuracy - CNET
  1152. How to Use Google’s Password Manager to Sync Your Passwords Everywhere
  1153. Microsoft is Pushing Windows 10 Just a Little Too Hard
  1154. How NSA successfully Broke Trillions of Encrypted Connections - The Hacker News
  1155. How To Create Disk Image on Mac OS X With dd Command
  1156. Is It Time to Upgrade Your Wireless Router? | PCMag.com
  1157. Programming Hate Into AI Will Be Controversial, But Possibly Necessary | TechCrunch
  1158. Report: Russian hackers stole info from Dow Jones to make trades
  1159. Google's book-scanning project legal: U.S. appeals court
  1160. How the NSA can break trillions of encrypted Web and VPN connections
  1161. Hacking group stole credit card data of 150K casino customers
  1162. How an EMC Buyout Will Make Dell a More Capable Enterprise IT Player
  1163. How Digital Strategies Create Network Challenges
  1164. Adobe issues advisory for Flash vulnerability targeting government agencies
  1165. Jury says Apple could face $862 million penalty for using university's patent | The Verge
  1166. University of Cambridge study finds 87% of Android devices are insecure | Ars Technica
  1167. 6 Reasons You Should Switch From iOS to Android
  1168. “USB Killer” flash drive can fry your computer’s innards in seconds | Ars Technica
  1169. AUTUMN ISSUE OF 2600 RELEASED | 2600
  1170. Recently Patched Adobe Flash Versions Hit by Another Zero-day Exploit - The Hacker News
  1171. AVG defends plans to flog user data as privacy row continues • The Register
  1172. US taxman slammed: Half of the IRS's servers still run doomed Windows Server 2003 • The Register
  1173. Google Records and Store Your Voice — Here's How to Listen and Delete It - The Hacker News
  1174. 3 California Cities Blocking Parking Ticket App For Being, Like, Way Too Useful | Techdirt
  1175. Hackers Can Silently Control Siri From 16 Feet Away
  1176. Dozens of Managers Were Involved in VW’s Diesel Scandal
  1177. Amazon Fire review: $50 of incredible value
  1178. European aviation body warns of cyberattack risk against aircraft
  1179. Dow Jones Co. breached, current and former subscribers contacted
  1180. Researchers say SHA1 will soon be broken, urge migration to SHA2
  1181. For 1st time, MIT's free online classes can lead to degree
  1182. Artificial neural networks are changing the world. What are they? | ExtremeTech
  1183. Cops Don’t Need a Crypto Backdoor to Get Into Your iPhone
  1184. 1Password Gets A 40% Discount In Wake Of LastPass Acquisition
  1185. Is It Still Cheaper to Build Your Own PC?
  1186. SANS Institute| Newsletters - Newsbites
  1187. A Student Loan System Stacked Against the Borrower - The New York Times
  1188. How to Mount ISOs and Other Disc Images on Windows, Mac, and Linux
  1189. The Ivy League, One Leaf at a Time
  1190. Critical Netgear Router Exploit allows anyone to Hack You Remotely
  1191. How to split large audio files on Linux
  1192. Wordpress Brute Force Attacks Using Multiple Passwords Per Login Via XML-RPC - Slashdot
  1193. Hackers Backdooring Cisco WebVPN To Steal Customers’ Passwords
  1194. Is your password too short to be safe? - WTOP
  1195. 5 Tools to Convert and Edit The PDF Format
  1196. The Wall Street Journal's customer database was hacked
  1197. Vudu finally delivers 1080p HDX movies on Android devices
  1198. The Payments World Really Wants To Know Who You Are
  1199. 6 reasons why you should be using Google Photos instead of Apple Photos
  1200. Matthew Keys’ Hacking Conviction May Not Survive an Appeal
  1201. LogMeIn acquires LastPass for $125m
  1202. Mobile Security Is the Responsibility of Everyone in the Data Chain
  1203. Amazon Launches Snowball, A Rugged Storage Appliance For Importing Data To AWS By FedEx
  1204. iOS 9 users reporting cellular data connectivity issues on iPhone and iPad: How to fix them
  1205. How A Drone Can Infiltrate Your Network by Hovering Outside the Building
  1206. New Android adware spotted loaded with root exploits — but you’re safer than you think
  1207. The Internet is Smart, But It Still Fell For These Hoaxes
  1208. Researchers Unable To Replicate Findings of Published Economics Studies - Slashdot
  1209. Google Announces Accelerated Mobile Pages Project To Bring You Quick-Loading Articles | TechCrunch
  1210. Have your say on the FCC's plan to lock down WiFi routers
  1211. Oculus’ New $99 Samsung Gear VR Makes Serious Virtual Reality Affordable
  1212. How to Keep Safe With Internet Enabled Gadgets In Your Home
  1213. 5 Simple Ways to Save Money on New Hard Drives
  1214. Windows 10 Continuum Will Forever Change Smartphones ... or Whatever We'll Eventually Call Them
  1215. British Intelligence Agency Can Hack Any Smartphone With Just a Text Message
  1216. Amazon AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF ) Launched - Darknet - The Darkside
  1217. This Secure Operating System Can Protect You Even if You Get Hacked
  1218. 15 best antivirus Android apps and anti-malware Android apps
  1219. AVG AntiVirus Free (2016) Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  1220. Former NSA Directors Coming Out Strongly *Against* Backdooring Encryption | Techdirt
  1221. Amazon Fire HD 10 Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  1222. 5 Things To Do Right After Installing Ubuntu
  1223. Microsoft’s Surface Book Will Redefine How PCs Are Made
  1224. Early report sheds first light on why VW cheated, chairman warns emissions scandal could kill the company | ExtremeTech
  1225. Researcher warns about Security Loopholes in Denmark's Largest Bank
  1226. Safe Harbor agreement ruled invalid by top EU court | Naked Security
  1227. Hey, Remember How Net Neutrality Was Supposed To Destroy The Internet? | Techdirt
  1228. The Stagnation Of eBooks Due To Closed Platforms And DRM | Techdirt
  1229. Read Tim Cook’s Note To Apple Employees On The Anniversary Of Jobs’ Death | TechCrunch
  1230. DDoS attacks continue to increase
  1231. ‘Safe Harbor’ Data-Transfer Pact – At A Glance
  1232. 10 Technologies Foretold by Books, Film and TV
  1233. Review: Apple iPhone 6s
  1234. 10 Ways Cloud is Changing the World
  1235. Car Hack Technique Uses Dealerships to Spread Malware
  1236. Secure SSH Server In Ubuntu 14.04
  1237. Amazon pulling Apple TV and Chromecast over Prime Video support
  1238. Appliance takeover Internet of Things
  1239. Experian leaks info from 15 million T-Mobile credit applications
  1240. OS X El Capitan review: a modest update, with some welcome changes
  1241. Logitech's Circle camera is a portable Dropcam-killer
  1242. Google’s Cell Service Could Snare All the Major Carriers
  1243. Linux botnet observed launching powerful DDoS attacks
  1244. DDoS attack sent 4.5 billion requests using mobile browsers
  1245. Botnet preying on Linux computers delivers potent DDoS attacks | Ars Technica
  1246. How to make your own bootable OS X 10.11 El Capitan USB install drive | Ars Technica
  1247. 300 million non suspects could be caught up in passenger info grab | Naked Security
  1248. How GCHQ Tracks Internet Users - Schneier on Security
  1249. ATM Skimmer Gang Firebombed Antivirus Firm — Krebs on Security
  1250. Thousands of 'directly hackable' hospital devices exposed online • The Register
  1251. We Didn’t Start The Fire (Amazon Did) | TechCrunch
  1252. Report Details China's Cyber-Spying Efforts as President Visits U.S.
  1253. Declining Student Resilience: A Serious Problem for Colleges | Psychology Today
  1254. 71% Of Americans Oppose Civil Asset Forfeiture. Too Bad Their Representatives Don't Care. | Techdirt
  1255. Setting up Master-Master Replication with MySQL on Debian 8 (Jessie)
  1256. How Artificial Intelligence Will Change Our Lives, for Better or Worse
  1257. Apple Sells 13 Million iPhones In Opening Weekend, Or 3,000 iPhones Per Minute | TechCrunch
  1258. The 11 Best Documentaries on Netflix to Get Your Geek Fix
  1259. Storing secret crypto keys in the Amazon cloud? New attack can steal them
  1260. The new iOS is eating up your data plan — here's how to fix it
  1261. Here's how much money you can make as a programmer in 6 of America's startup hotspots
  1262. RIAA chief says DMCA is “largely useless” to combat music piracy | Ars Technica
  1263. Uber users are paying for fraudsters to take rides in China | Naked Security
  1264. People Who Need to Pee Are Better at Lying - Schneier on Security
  1265. Exploiting Browser Cookies to Bypass HTTPS and Steal Private Information
  1266. Yahoo! Launches Free Web Application Security Scanner
  1267. The Future Of Coding Is Here, And It Threatens To Wipe Out Everything In Its Path | TechCrunch
  1268. Report: VW was warned about cheating emissions in 2007 | Ars Technica
  1269. SANS Institute| Newsletters - Newsbites
  1270. Banks: Card Breach at Hilton Hotel Properties — Krebs on Security
  1271. Not Apple’s best week ever! 60 Second Security | Naked Security
  1272. See the Perks and Pay of Your next Job | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1273. Rare Super Blood Moon Total Eclipse: How to See It
  1274. Now That Nielsen Can Actually Be Bothered To Track Internet Video, The Numbers For Traditional TV Are Getting Ugly | Techdirt
  1275. 5 cognitive biases that are killing your decisions
  1276. Thailand aims to build its own Great Firewall of Internet censorship - CNET
  1277. How NSA Surveillance May Result In Fragmenting The Internet: EU Court Leaning Towards Ending 'Privacy Safe Harbor' | Techdirt
  1278. BYOD Security Issues Cause Headaches for Employees, IT Pros
  1279. How to Manage Security for an Enterprise's Human Endpoints
  1280. 3.4 million B.C., Yukon student records lost with misplaced hard drive
  1281. Facebook adds support for new OpenPGP encryption
  1282. Russian firm tasked with cracking Tor throws in towel
  1283. Pope Francis’ Homily at the Canonization Mass for the Rev. Junípero Serra
  1284. Security wares like Kaspersky AV can make you more vulnerable to attacks | Ars Technica
  1285. Songwriter says he made $5,679 from 178 million Spotify streams | Ars Technica
  1286. AT&T files lawsuit against former employees for installing malware, illegally unlocking phones | ZDNet
  1287. IT security spending to hit $75.4bn in 2015 despite currency issues, says Gartner • The Register
  1288. Google’s ‘right to be forgotten’ appeal – France says ‘non!’ | Naked Security
  1289. Privacy, net neutrality, security, encryption ... Europe tells Obama, US Congress to back off • The Register
  1290. Demand for IT security skills | Torquay Herald Express
  1291. How Will American Catholics Respond to Pope's Message on Climate Change? - Scientific American
  1292. Lines start forming for iPhone 6S days before launch - CNET
  1293. The Plot Twist: E-Book Sales Slip, and Print Is Far From Dead - The New York Times
  1294. FBI Backdoors Won't Help Anybody - Not Even the FBI
  1295. The Truth About Streaming: It Pays Labels A Lot, They Don’t Pay Musicians | TechCrunch
  1296. XCodeGhost iOS infection toll rises from 39 to a WHOPPING 4,000 apps • The Register
  1297. Chinese ad firm pwns Android users, creates hijackable global botnet • The Register
  1298. Lifetime Access to Over 500 Tech-Related Courses for $49
  1299. Deleting WhatsApp Messages Before 90 Days Could Land you in Jail
  1300. As US Turns Away From Idea Of Backdooring Crypto, David Cameron Has A Problem | Techdirt
  1301. French Regulating Body Says Google Must Honor Right To Be Forgotten Across All Of Its Domains | Techdirt
  1302. How to Protect Your Android Phone From Stagefright Exploit
  1303. Volkswagen Uses Software to Fool EPA Pollution Tests - Scientific American
  1304. How to Choose & Switch Linux Display Managers
  1305. How To Add A Recent Items Stack To Your Dock In OS X
  1306. India's Government Looking At Mandating Backdoors In Encryption | Techdirt
  1307. How to Use the Password Manager in Safari on iPhone or iPad
  1308. Court: Cell Site Location Records From Five Minutes Ago Are 'Historical,' Not 'Real Time' | Techdirt
  1309. 4 Reasons You Don’t Need to Be a Pirate Anymore
  1310. Apple removes malware-infected App Store apps after major security breach
  1311. Barbie Wants to Get to Know Your Child - The New York Times
  1312. Say Goodbye to Spammers by Blocking Their Calls & Texts | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1313. Amazon Introduces Four New Tablets in Groovy Colors
  1314. When a 'Hacker News' Reader Tricked Me into visiting this Amazing Site (Don't Click at Work)
  1315. Techdirt Reading List: The Piracy Crusade | Techdirt
  1316. White House Realizes Mandating Backdoors To Encryption Isn't Going To Happen | Techdirt
  1317. IBM’s upcoming blockchain release could change the internet | ExtremeTech
  1318. Kno Uses IBM Watson To Fill Your News Feed With Quality Content | TechCrunch
  1319. Slashdot
  1320. Valve hits a Linux landmark—1,500 games available on Steam | Ars Technica
  1321. AVG Antivirus Plans to Collect & Sell Your Personal Data to Advertisers
  1322. How to Add PCMag to Apple News | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
  1323. For Better Privacy & Security, Change these iOS 9 Settings Immediately
  1324. ​SYNful Knock: Backdoor Malware Found in Cisco Routers
  1325. Upgrade to iOS 9 Now, Your Android Password Is Useless... [Tech News Digest]
  1326. How to Install and Set Up Tor Browser on Linux
  1327. Slashdot
  1328. 10 Reasons Why It's a Good Idea to Download iOS 9
  1329. IBM Lauds Apple iOS 9 Security
  1330. Tech Allies Lobby to Keep U.S. Rule From Fettering Security Research
  1331. U.S. Workers Not Protecting Data Despite Threats
  1332. iOS 9, thoroughly reviewed | Ars Technica
  1333. AirDrop hole deposits stealth malware on all pre-iOS 9 Apple devices • The Register
  1334. Bible apps are EVIL says John McAfee as he phishes legal sysadmins in real time • The Register
  1335. Here’s why you shouldn’t panic about the Android lock screen hack | ExtremeTech
  1336. Photoshop or Lightroom: Which One Should You Use?
  1337. Want to Boost Your iPhone’s Speed and Battery Life? Install iOS 9
  1338. Banks can join together to sue Target after “massive” data breach, judge says | Ars Technica
  1339. Child Arrested Because Adults Are Stupid - Schneier on Security
  1340. How to Set Locales (i18n) On a Linux or Unix
  1341. AT&T boosts limit on 'unlimited' data - CNET
  1342. How to compare and merge text files on Linux (part 2)
  1343. How to Fix iOS 9's Biggest Annoyances
  1344. How to Get Your iPhone or iPad Ready for iOS 9
  1345. 11 Ways to Open Your Favorite Apps Faster on Android | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1346. 15 Hidden New Features Tucked Away In iOS 9
  1347. Department of Energy latest victim of a government data breach
  1348. How to Control Your Android Device From Your Computer
  1349. Murder suspect alert? Nah: Scammers fling cop-style malware • The Register
  1350. Hackers Continue to Perpetrate Wire Transfer Fraud Scams on a Global Scale | Locke Lord LLP - JDSupra
  1351. Full or Responsible Disclosure: How Security Vulnerabilities Are Disclosed
  1352. 12 Questions About Security That Boards Must Ask
  1353. Eight Tactics for Circumventing Insider Security Threats
  1354. Microsoft throws crypto foes an untouchable elliptic curveball • The Register
  1355. Scary New Porn App Photographs & Blackmails Users - How Do You Stay Safe?
  1356. Phishing campaigns target critical infrastructure | TheHill
  1357. Federal records show cyber attacks on the U.S. Department of Energy
  1358. IS hackers targeted email accounts of top UK ministers: Report - The Times of India
  1359. Apple Boosts iOS 9 Security with improved Two-Factor Authentication
  1360. Storage device reported stolen from insurer RSA's data centre • The Register
  1361. Health Insurer Excellus Hacked; 10.5 Million Records Breached
  1362. THN Weekly Roundup — 15 Most Popular Cyber Security and Hacking News Stories
  1363. Appeals court strikes a blow for fair use in long-awaited copyright ruling | Ars Technica
  1364. Dad sues Facebook after 11-year-old shared photos & messages with men | Naked Security
  1365. FBI dumps on IoT security • The Register
  1366. How to extend GIMP with GMIC
  1367. MIT ranks high in bad security at major universities | Ars Technica
  1368. Tracking a Bluetooth Skimmer Gang in Mexico
  1369. Here Is How To Address Car Hacking Threats | TechCrunch
  1370. Hacker Demonstrated Untethered iOS 9 Jailbreak On Video
  1371. 5 tips to keep your accounts safe from hackers- The Times of India
  1372. LockerPin Ransomware Resets PIN and Permanently Locks Your SmartPhones
  1373. Once seen as bulletproof, 11 million+ Ashley Madison passwords already cracked
  1374. 10M customers exposed in Blue Cross hack
  1375. Ransomware Up, Spam Down: Seven Security Trends
  1376. Exclusive: 50 Spies Say ISIS Intelligence Was Cooked
  1377. 21 Must-Follow Feeds in the World of Business
  1378. Slashdot
  1379. Director of national intelligence: Snowden forced “needed transparency” | Ars Technica
  1380. SANS Institute| Newsletters - Newsbites
  1381. Electronic Health Records Software Often Written without Doctors' Input - Scientific American
  1382. Google Docs Voice Typing lets you speak instead of type | ExtremeTech
  1383. Free eBook: 2015 IT Security Kit Including "The Database Hacker's Handbook" and More
  1384. Slashdot
  1385. How to Install and Configure Arch Linux as a Server
  1386. Five Stunning Ubuntu Alternatives That You've Never Heard Of
  1387. Updated: Best free Android apps 2015 | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1388. Why You Should Use a Password Manager and How to Get Started
  1389. How Pre-Internet Hardware Can be Used to Tighten Security
  1390. Everything You Need To Know From Today’s Massive Apple Event | TechCrunch
  1391. Justice Department making fresh push for changes to key law on illegal computer access
  1392. Techie Police Officer Builds a Sniffing Tool to Track Stolen Devices (based on War-Driving)
  1393. Cryptographers Brace for Quantum Revolution - Scientific American
  1394. Bash Shell: Take Control of PS1, PS2, PS3, PS4 and PROMPT_COMMAND
  1395. Buying a Keyboard: For Work, Play, and Everything Between
  1396. Sexy sock puppets seduce security suckers • The Register
  1397. Files on Seagate wireless disks can be poisoned, purloined – thanks to hidden login • The Register
  1398. Daily Deal: Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer | Techdirt
  1399. THN Weekly Roundup — Top 14 Must-Read Cyber Security Stories
  1400. Warning! Seagate Wireless Hard Drives Have a Secret Backdoor for Hackers
  1401. Huge ritual arena discovered near Stonehenge
  1402. How to Transfer Files from an Android Device to Your Mac
  1403. Slashdot
  1404. How to Uncover Windows 10′s Hidden Icon Views
  1405. To encrypt or not to encrypt? | Naked Security
  1406. 9-11 WTC Attacks Original Sound. Steve Vigilante - YouTube
  1407. I watched Star Trek: The Original Series in order, and so can you | Ars Technica
  1408. Hackers spent at least a year spying on Mozilla to discover Firefox security holes – and exploit them • The Register
  1409. The importance of education in combating phishing attacks [Q&A]
  1410. FTC Commissioner Says The Public Needs Strong Encryption, Not Backdoors | Techdirt
  1411. 10 Tools to Make a Bootable USB from an ISO File
  1412. How to Use Google Photos to Store an Unlimited Amount of Photos
  1413. The Complete HTML & CSS Course $0 at Udemy - Ben's Bargains
  1414. The Best Apps and Technology You Can Get With a Student Discount This Year
  1415. How to Keep Your Android as Secure as Possible | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1416. 8 Cybersecurity Mistakes Businesses Make-and How to Fix Them
  1417. Master Your Maths With These Linux Apps
  1418. Crafty Teenager Creates Website To Help People Fight Against Parking Tickets
  1419. New Steve Jobs doc examines the myth of the man who made Apple
  1420. Why Companies Keeping Breaches a Secret Could be a Good Thing
  1421. Pre-Installed Android Malware Raises Security Risks in Supply Chain
  1422. 9 baby monitors wide open to hacks that expose users’ most private moments | Ars Technica
  1423. Microsoft Word Intruder Revealed – inside a malware construction kit | Naked Security
  1424. Top 10 Ways to Break Into and Out of Almost Anything
  1425. The Cable Industry Is Fighting Tooth And Nail To Prevent Cable Set Top Box Competition | Techdirt
  1426. Plan Your Free Online Education at Lifehacker U: Fall Semester 2015
  1427. Slashdot
  1428. OH DEAR, WHSmith: Sensitive customer data spaffed to world+dog • The Register
  1429. FBI’s Cyber Task Force Identifies Stealthy FF-RATs used in Cyber Attack
  1430. Ashley Madison Source Code Shows Evidence They Created Bots To Message Men
  1431. PSA: If You Download and Run Something Bad, No Antivirus Can Help You
  1432. Slashdot
  1433. Running Windows apps on Linux with CrossOver 14 from CodeWeavers is really this simple.
  1434. Official Kali Linux Downloads | Kali Linux
  1435. Thermal Camera Review: These Heat Seekers Reveal an Unseen World
  1436. BusinessWeek Education Resource Center
  1437. ASUS unveils the Intel-powered, Windows 10 VivoStick
  1438. Here's what it's like to use Facebook's virtual assistant, 'M'
  1439. Three months later, the government still hasn't told 21.5 million employees their data was hacked
  1440. Amazon Prime Instant Video Now Lets iOS And Android Owners Download Titles For Offline Viewing | TechCrunch
  1441. Security Experts Debate Whether Anti-phishing Training Worth the Cost
  1442. How the DDoS Attack Landscape Continues to Shift
  1443. Hacking number one consumer fear, others not worried Kaspersky Labs
  1444. Here’s a phish you might not spot – 60 Second Security | Naked Security
  1445. Tiger - Unix Security Audit & Intrusion Detection Tool - Darknet - The Darkside
  1446. What Is SU & Why Is It Important to Using Linux Effectively?
  1447. Learn To Be IT Certified For 95% Off + Bonus Deal
  1448. Duet Display (for iPad) Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  1449. 7 Security Behaviors You Should Be Using to Stay Safe
  1450. 3 UNIX-Like Operating Systems That Aren't Linux
  1451. The 6 Most Dangerous Security Threats of 2015
  1452. Why Upgrading from Windows XP to Linux is Easier than You Think
  1453. KeyRaider Malware Responsible For Possibly Largest Known Apple Account Theft To Date, Affecting 225,000 Users | TechCrunch
  1454. BitTorrent Fixes Reflective DDoS Attack Security Flaw
  1455. Five Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do in Linux
  1456. Warning! How Hackers Could Hijack Your Facebook Fan Page With This Trick
  1457. How security flaws work: The buffer overflow | Ars Technica
  1458. Ins0mnia bug means malicious iOS apps WILL NEVER DIE • The Register
  1459. Malware menaces poison ads as Google, Yahoo! look away • The Register
  1460. Apple iOS Jailbreak Tweaks Have Backdoors; 220,000 iCloud Accounts Hacked
  1461. Cross-site scripting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  1462. PayPal Vulnerability Allows Hackers to Steal All Your Money
  1463. Study: 15% Of Wireless Users Now Tracked By Stealth Headers, Or 'Zombie Cookies' | Techdirt
  1464. Windows 10 booms as PC sales collapse | ExtremeTech
  1465. Why You Shouldn’t Jailbreak Your iPhone
  1466. Top 10 Common Application Attacks to Avoid
  1467. Google's been recruiting programmers based on their search habits
  1468. Businessman who hacked 900 phones as “revenge” is jailed | Naked Security
  1469. Slashdot
  1470. How to Block An Application from Accessing the Internet with Windows Firewall
  1471. How to Find Windows 10's Secret Search Feature
  1472. Lessons learned from cracking 4,000 Ashley Madison passwords | Ars Technica
  1473. Microsoft Ignites a new Focus on Security (Part 2)
  1474. Regularities in Android Lock Patterns - Schneier on Security
  1475. The Onion Router is being cut up and making security pros cry • The Register
  1476. Too Many Law Students, Too Few Legal Jobs - NYTimes.com
  1477. Windows 10 Reserves The Right To Block Pirated Games And 'Unauthorized' Hardware | Techdirt
  1478. Facebook Goes Nuclear On The Messaging War With Its M Assistant | TechCrunch
  1479. Facebook Is Adding A Personal Assistant Called “M” To Your Messenger App | TechCrunch
  1480. Read the World's Best Books for Free With The Harvard Classics
  1481. Amazon Underground Features An Android App Store Focused On “Actually Free” Apps | TechCrunch
  1482. Why cloud security is your next big, expensive, headache | ZDNet
  1483. Stephen Hawking believes he’s solved a huge mystery about black holes - The Washington Post
  1484. Free TeamViewer Download for Linux
  1485. Whistleblowers Band Together To Sue FBI, NSA And DOJ For Malicious Prosecution, Civil Liberties Violations | Techdirt
  1486. Amazon Echo Builds a Virtual Assistant Into a Home, Office Speaker
  1487. John McAfee: Ashley Madison "Was An Inside Job"
  1488. Companies That Let Themselves Get Hacked Can Be Sued by the FTC, Court Rules
  1489. 8 tech skills you need if you want be to an entrepreneur
  1490. Don’t Be Apple
  1491. Samsung's next big thing is a free trial program for iPhone owners
  1492. 10 Common Computer Myths You Need To Stop Believing
  1493. Facebook's Goals for Internet.org and Why It's Facing Criticism
  1494. With podcasts and video, Spotify becomes an all-in-one streaming service
  1495. 'Logjam' browser vulnerability fix will block thousands of websites
  1496. What Walmart Learned From the Target Data Breach
  1497. 10 Cloud Apps, Storage Services to Help Enterprises Cut IT Overhead
  1498. You can’t spell ‘idiot’ without IoT (Internet of Things)
  1499. The Dude - Automatic Network Discovery & Layout Tool - Darknet - The Darkside
  1500. Malware on Android: The 5 Types You Really Need to Know About
  1501. COOL WAYS TO USE PDFs
  1502. Apple pushing music labels to kill free Spotify streaming ahead of Beats relaunch
  1503. How to speed up business Wi-Fi
  1504. Debian 8: Linux’s most reliable distro makes its biggest change since 1993 | Ars Technica
  1505. Canadian Woman Blasts Porn to Neighbors' PCs
  1506. Best apps to encrypt mobile phone calls | Hacker 10 - Security Hacker
  1507. Computing after Moore’s Law - Scientific American
  1508. Witness’s Live-Streaming App Is A Panic Button For The Smartphone Age | TechCrunch
  1509. Free Apps May Be Tracking Your Phone Without Your Consent
  1510. Pager Turns Your Facebook Pages Into Full-Fledged Websites
  1511. The Truth About Smartphone Apps That Secretly Connect to User Tracking and Ad Sites | MIT Technology Review
  1512. Cybercrime 101
  1513. Tesla Motors Introduces New Selling Program
  1514. Microsoft helped me build a HoloLens app, and it was pretty easy
  1515. Should You Get a Tesla Home Battery? Let Physics Explain | WIRED
  1516. The HoloLens Isn't as Great as You Think—At Least Not Yet | WIRED
  1517. Sign PDF Documents Without Printing and Scanning Them From Any Device
  1518. This Tech Keeps You Safe From Hackers
  1519. Enterprise Apps to Test Apple Watch's Value as a Business Tool
  1520. Texas State Legislature: Save Daylight Saving Time in Texas
  1521. Beyond college rankings: A value-added approach to assessing two- and four-year schools
  1522. Microsoft Releases Visual Studio 2015 Release Candidate With Support For Universal Apps | TechCrunch
  1523. This Calculator Helps You Crack Any Master Combination Lock in 8 Tries
  1524. Slashdot
  1525. Microsoft shows off Windows Holographic running Windows 10 apps
  1526. Secret Shuts Down Because Anonymity Makes People Mean | WIRED
  1527. Google launches security feature for Chrome web browser
  1528. The London Free Press - Hacker claims he can crack any Master Lock in 2 minutes - Discussion on Topix
  1529. The best way to manage your photos online in 2015 | The Verge
  1530. Which Smart Hub for Home Automation Is Best for You?
  1531. Journey To Zelda’s Hyrule In Any Web Browser | TechCrunch
  1532. All the Important Stuff Microsoft Announced at Build 2015 Today
  1533. Microsoft Announces Continuum, Turning Windows 10 Phones Into Desktops | TechCrunch
  1534. Microsoft Is Bringing Android and iOS Apps to Windows 10
  1535. IBM gets closer to real quantum computing | ExtremeTech
  1536. Shell Scripting Part I: Getting started with bash scripting
  1537. Microsoft Launches Its .NET Distribution For Linux And Mac | TechCrunch
  1538. Microsoft Launches Visual Studio Code, A Free Cross-Platform Code Editor For OS X, Linux And Windows | TechCrunch
  1539. Microsoft’s New Browser Will Be Called Microsoft Edge | TechCrunch
  1540. Google Now Expands Its Reach, Integrates 70 More Services | WIRED
  1541. Eight Ways to Use Open Source for More Effective Data Protection
  1542. Want the best Apple Watch display? Get a Sport model
  1543. Samsung app helps Alzheimer's patients remember their families
  1544. 10 Things to Know About Google's Project Fi Mobile Service
  1545. Burdened With Debt, Law School Graduates Struggle in Job Market - NYTimes.com
  1546. WD My Passport Ultra 2TB USB 3.0 Portable HDD $79 ... - Ben's Bargains
  1547. With Amazon Atop the Cloud, Big Tech Rivals Are Giving Chase - NYTimes.com
  1548. What Is the Best Antivirus App for Android?
  1549. In hot jobs market, IT workers call the shots
  1550. IT careers: Security talent is red-hot
  1551. IT Salary Survey 2015
  1552. 5 Vital Computer Security Tips You Need To Learn Today
  1553. Google Faces Huge Forces in Fight Over Android's Future | WIRED
  1554. What to expect from Microsoft's most important event of the year
  1555. RSA 2015 In the healthcare industry, security must innovate with business
  1556. The most breathtaking natural wonder in every state
  1557. Why Does Emptying Disk Space Speed Up Computers?
  1558. Google Unveils Wireless Service Called ‘Project Fi’
  1559. This case puts an E Ink display on the back of your iPhone
  1560. You Have to Hack This Massively Multiplayer Game to Beat It | WIRED
  1561. Facebook introduces Hello, an app to replace the Android dialer
  1562. Can Bing Surpass Google Search Through Windows 10 Integration?
  1563. Why You’ll Hate the Apple Watch And The Important Business Lesson You Need To Learn | TechCrunch
  1564. Slashdot
  1565. Amazon Launches Amazon Destinations, for Weekend Road-Trippers
  1566. RingCentral Office Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  1567. Hosting Companies Threaten To Leave France Over (Yet Another) Surveillance Law. But Where Could They Go? | Techdirt
  1568. We Can't Let John Deere Destroy the Very Idea of Ownership | WIRED
  1569. Google’s “Mobile-Friendly” Update Could Impact Over 40% Of Fortune 500 | TechCrunch
  1570. Confirmed: BlackBerry Is Buying File Security And DRM Startup WatchDox for up to $150M | TechCrunch
  1571. What We Will Hear From Apple at WWDC
  1572. 10 Android for Work Features Sure to Appeal to Enterprises
  1573. IoT and BYOD Complicate Identity Management
  1574. The 101 Most Useful Websites on the Internet
  1575. Apple: 'We don’t want to debate climate change. We want to stop it.' | The Verge
  1576. Watch: Nasty JPEG pops corporate locks on Windows boxes • The Register
  1577. Netflix Is Betting Its Future on Exclusive Programming - NYTimes.com
  1578. MPAA's Chris Dodd Tells Each Movie Studio To Donate $40k To Rep. Goodlatte's Election Campaign | Techdirt
  1579. It’s Too Soon To Judge Satya Nadella | TechCrunch
  1580. Google now lets you export your search history | VentureBeat | Business | by Paul Sawers
  1581. How Netflix Tackles Piracy, Norway Says No to FM Radio, & More… [Tech News Digest]
  1582. How GameStop Plans to Sell Classic Games and Hardware | WIRED
  1583. AMD CEO Says Windows 10 Will Launch ‘At The End Of July’ | TechCrunch
  1584. Google's Smartwatches Now Let You Leave Your Phone at Home | WIRED
  1585. 5 online privacy and security tips for travelers | Naked Security
  1586. Woman sues Google after in-app purchases drain her bank account | Naked Security
  1587. As Moore’s law turns 50, what does the future hold for the transistor?
  1588. As Obamacare reshapes the market, a startup finds success selling tech-savvy insurance
  1589. How to Create a Secure USB Drive in Ubuntu with Linux Unified Key Setup
  1590. 10 Ways Marissa Mayer Is Reinventing Yahoo
  1591. Why Europe's Regulatory War Against Silicon Valley Will Backfire
  1592. Why BYOD Practices Might Not Be Right for Every Company
  1593. Dropbox launches 'limitless' bug bounty • The Register
  1594. Protect Your Credit Card by Looking for Gas Station Security Labels
  1595. Digital music revenue overtakes CD sales for the first time globally | The Verge
  1596. This Annoying Life: 8 Technologies Guaranteed to Frustrate
  1597. Verizon to world: STOP opening dodgy phishing emails, FOOLS • The Register
  1598. CoinVault Ransomware Decryption Tool Released
  1599. Google’s Internal Memo on the Imminent EU Charges | Re/code
  1600. EU Official Says It's Time To Harm American Internet Companies Via Regulations... Hours Later Antitrust Charges Against Google Announced | Techdirt
  1601. As Mozilla Prepares Firefox Fightback, President Li Gong And Mobile VP Rick Fant Leave | TechCrunch
  1602. Los Angeles school district demands multi-million dollar refund from Apple | Ars Technica
  1603. Meet the e-voting machine so easy to hack, it will take your breath away
  1604. Google Launches Handwriting Input For Text And Emoji On Android | TechCrunch
  1605. Cybrary Offers Free Online Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security Training
  1606. Securing Your Network in an Internet of Things (Part 1)
  1607. Sources: Yahoo In Talks To Buy Foursquare | TechCrunch
  1608. What's Holding Back Cloud Adoption?
  1609. Europe opens antitrust investigation into Android
  1610. Lawyer representing whistle blowers finds malware on drive supplied by cops | Ars Technica
  1611. There’s finally a tool to free you from the ransomware holding your PC hostage
  1612. The Secret to Online Success: What Makes Content Go Viral - Scientific American
  1613. Flir, Netgear, Linksys WiFi Security Cameras Have You Covered
  1614. China Unlimbers 'Great Cannon' to Block Web Content It Doesn't Like
  1615. Linux Learner Bundle | Techdirt Deals
  1616. My voice is my passport: Android gets a “Trusted Voice” smart lock | Ars Technica
  1617. Saudi Arabia's Plan to Extend the Age of Oil - Bloomberg Business
  1618. Discover Your BIOS & Learn How to Make the Most of It
  1619. Wordpress: An Installation Guide for Ubuntu Linux (LAMP) and Windows (WAMP)
  1620. How to multitask on Galaxy Note 4 with multi-window | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1621. Using the Retina MacBook as a Windows PC
  1622. Snowden's 'Sexy Margaret Thatcher' Password Isn't So Secure | WIRED
  1623. The Apple Watch is 'not for everyone,' says almost everyone
  1624. Here's What You Can Do with Google Maps' New Data Layers
  1625. How to Run LibreOffice in Your Web Browser
  1626. Seattle Honda/Toyota Dealer Decides To Try To Sell Cars Like Tesla Does, Rather Than Trying To Shut Tesla Down | Techdirt
  1627. Turn Your Android to a Wallet with Lifelock | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1628. Study: China cybercensors attack with "Great Cannon" - CNN.com
  1629. The NSA wants tech companies to give it 'front door' access to encrypted data
  1630. ISPs ordered to hand over names and addresses of illegal file sharers | Naked Security
  1631. The Invisible Design Behind the Apple Watch's Many Faces | WIRED
  1632. What It’s Like To Try Out The Apple Watch In-Store | TechCrunch
  1633. DirecTV's app is ready to stream 90 channels anywhere you go
  1634. Amazon Prime's Getting High Dynamic Range Content Soon
  1635. Watch Edward Snowden explain password security to John Oliver | The Verge
  1636. This is Edward Snowden’s Advice to John Oliver for an Unhackable Password | TIME
  1637. Amazon drops the hammer on website that sells 5-star reviews | Ars Technica
  1638. There Are a Lot of People on the Internet, But How Many Are Fake?
  1639. U.S. Teens’ Social Media Activity Is Diversifying, Says Pew | TechCrunch
  1640. Google Wallet Adds New Integrations With Shopify, Seamless, Dunkin’ Donuts And More | TechCrunch
  1641. How Intel's Compute Stick Is Once Again Redefining the PC
  1642. FCC fines AT&T $25M for privacy breaches, data theft | ExtremeTech
  1643. Intel Compute Stick vs. Asus Chromebit: Should you wait for Chrome OS? | ExtremeTech
  1644. Uber's breathalyzer kiosk gets you a ride home if you're drunk
  1645. YouTube Confirms Plans For An Ad-Free, Subscription-Based Service | TechCrunch
  1646. Apple Watch: the definitive review
  1647. Apple fixes loads of security holes in OS X, iOS, Apple TV, Safari | Naked Security
  1648. With Super-Slim Windows, Microsoft Eyes the Future of Cloud Computing | WIRED
  1649. Apple Quietly Bought Dryft, A Keyboard App
  1650. Experiment Follows Your Stolen Data on the Dark Web
  1651. Apple Watch, Android Wear, or Pebble: how do they stack up?
  1652. Piracy app Popcorn Time sneaks onto iPhones and iPads
  1653. eWEEK looks at 10 important milestones in Microsoft's history that helped make it one of the most successful companies in the history of private enterprise.
  1654. How Russians hacked the White House - CNN.com
  1655. Getting started with commandline encryption tools on Linux
  1656. 10 Things Microsoft Must Do to Stay Relevant for the Next 40 Years
  1657. Google's Plan to Keep You Online All the Time | WIRED
  1658. You can (legally) download the 'Star Wars' movies starting Friday
  1659. Roku’s Boxes Get Better Hardware And New Ways To Find Stuff To Watch | TechCrunch
  1660. Would Microsoft really open-source Windows? | ExtremeTech
  1661. Apple Watch Launch: Plan Ahead – It's By Appointment Only
  1662. 7-year Old Boy Bypasses Apple’s Touch ID Security | Ubergizmo
  1663. Ben's Bargains - Coupons, Bargains, Freebies
  1664. Your Smart Home Will Be Hacked. Here’s How to Stop It.
  1665. Court mulls revealing secret government plan to cut cell phone service | Ars Technica
  1666. Is Your Small Business at Risk for a Cyber Attack?
  1667. Five years in: What’s next for the Apple iPad? | ExtremeTech
  1668. Ultrawide vs Dual Monitors: Which Are Better for Productivity?
  1669. BlackArch Linux Offers Wealth of Security Research Tools
  1670. This tool can alert you about evil twin access points in the area | InfoWorld
  1671. Freestyle Capital Locks Down $60M For Its Third Fund, Adds Jenny Lefcourt As Its Third Partner
  1672. The Most Useful Media Converter For Linux Just Got Better: Meet The New Handbrake
  1673. InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog - Wireshark TCP Flags
  1674. Top 6 Ways To Get Your iTunes Experience On Linux
  1675. Schneier on Security: TrueCrypt Security Audit Completed
  1676. The Cloud Could Be Your Best Security Bet
  1677. Facebook Wants to Be the News Site of the Future, and That's Awful
  1678. 10 Greatest Internet April Fools’ Day Jokes of All Time
  1679. GPS tracking counts as a “search”, says US Supreme Court | Naked Security
  1680. How Hackers Could Delete Any YouTube Video With Just One Click - Hacker News
  1681. AT&T Shows Cupertino Precisely What Broadband Competition (Or The Lack Thereof) Looks Like | Techdirt
  1682. NAS vs the Cloud: Which Remote Storage Is Right for You?
  1683. Surface 3 Tablet Delivers Features for Home, Office, Classroom
  1684. iPhone Killer: The Secret History of the Apple Watch | WIRED
  1685. Human error cited as leading contributor to breaches, study shows
  1686. The maker of 'Eve' is betting big on VR and it might pay off
  1687. Apple to Use Facial Recognition to Unlock Phones? | Re/code
  1688. Google Gold: 15 Essential Chrome Extensions
  1689. The Top 15 Spots to Play Pac-Man in Google Maps | WIRED
  1690. Google’s ARC now runs Android apps on Chrome OS, Windows, Mac, and Linux | Ars Technica
  1691. Report: Facebook tracks all visitors, even if you’re not a user and opted out
  1692. Microsoft just made the iPad an even harder sell
  1693. One-Fifth of Scanned Sites Have Vulnerabilities, Menlo Security Finds
  1694. The things end users do that drive security teams crazy | CIO
  1695. 9 security gadgets for mobile devices | CIO
  1696. Sign Up at irs.gov Before Crooks Do It For You — Krebs on Security
  1697. Schneier on Security: Brute-Forcing iPhone PINs
  1698. How to Recover or Permanently Delete Files from the Cloud
  1699. Help - Eclipse Platform
  1700. Open Source Data Grows Up: Choosing MySQL, NoSQL, or Both
  1701. Vulnerability in Hotel WiFi Network Exposes You to Hackers - Hacker News
  1702. The Pros And Cons Of Using A VPN Or Proxy Service
  1703. The Sharing Economy Is On The Brink Of Disrupting Business Travel | TechCrunch
  1704. Will Personalised Pricing Take E-Commerce Back to the Bazaar? - The Business of Fashion
  1705. Prisoner escapes by faking an email ordering his release
  1706. Vulnerability found in popular hotel routers
  1707. Is RSS Dead? A Look At The Numbers
  1708. Everything You Need To Know From Today’s Facebook F8 Announcements | TechCrunch
  1709. Facebook will bring 360-degree videos to Oculus and News Feed
  1710. Cyanogen Aspires to Become Open-Source Android Alternative to Google
  1711. Hackers found a way to get into nearly every computer - Business Insider
  1712. Amazon Quietly Bricked Jailbroken Kindle Devices Last Year | Techdirt
  1713. Swifty Teaches You to Code in Swift on Your iPhone or iPad
  1714. RadioShack is selling tens of millions of email and home addresses
  1715. Google exec: Here’s where Glass went wrong | ExtremeTech
  1716. The Types of Items that Amazon Prices Lower than Walmart
  1717. Symantec Study Finds Home Smart Devices Wide Open to Cyber-Attack
  1718. Inside Popcorn Time, the Piracy Party Hollywood Can't Stop | WIRED
  1719. Google ditched the steering wheel because people are unreliable
  1720. NirSoft - freeware utilities: password recovery, system utilities, desktop utilities
  1721. Database & Persistence Management
  1722. Serious bug in Dropbox SDK for Android disclosed by IBM
  1723. How Facebook Changed the Basic Tech That Runs the Internet | WIRED
  1724. No, Tinder's Pricing Is Not Ageist. It's Capitalist | WIRED
  1725. Google Just Made Near-Infinite Storage Cheap and Easy | WIRED
  1726. Email lets other people schedule your life—here’s how to stop it
  1727. Majority of WordPress users not backing up, survey indicates
  1728. The Apple Watch Is About to Make Apps an Afterthought | WIRED
  1729. Apple Pay Now Accepted In Nearly 700K Locations | TechCrunch
  1730. Apple invests $50 million to get more minorities working in tech
  1731. Tool allows account hijacking on sites that use Facebook Login | ITworld
  1732. Cybersecurity And The Future Digital Economy | TechCrunch
  1733. Early Look: How does Apple Watch stack up vs rival watches?
  1734. Why ResearchKit Is the Most Exciting Thing Apple Announced Yesterday
  1735. Skype, Get Your Shit Together | TechCrunch
  1736. Introducing The New MakeUseOf Store - 10% Off Storewide
  1737. Google’s Redesigned Calendar App Comes To iPhone | TechCrunch
  1738. Disney's $1 Billion Bet on a Magical Wristband | WIRED
  1739. Which is the Best VPN Protocol? PPTP vs. OpenVPN vs. L2TP/IPsec vs. SSTP
  1740. 7 Warning Signs That You're Meant to Switch to Linux
  1741. Nest Rumored To Be Moving Into Audio As It Expands Further Into The Home | TechCrunch
  1742. Wi-Fi And Gestures Could Soon Help Android Wear Match Some Apple Watch Advantages | TechCrunch
  1743. PayPal Confirms $60M Acquisition Of CyActive, Will Open New Security Hub In Israel | TechCrunch
  1744. Apple Pay Fraud Cases Caused by Sloppy Bank Credit Card Tracking
  1745. Reading Print Books Is Better than Reading E-Books
  1746. all about Steve Jobs.com
  1747. Everything You Need To Know About The Apple Watch | TechCrunch
  1748. Apple's new MacBook ditches inputs for a single reversible USB connector
  1749. Conflicts, Trends & Ethical Challenges of Privacy
  1750. Cyanogen's Surprisingly Sensible Plan To Steal Android Away From Google
  1751. Scams That Prey on Older People and How to Avoid Them
  1752. Apple will make it easier for schools to use iPads by dropping Apple ID requirement
  1753. Amazon.com Help: Amazon Echo App Basics
  1754. Amazon Echo review: A perfect 10 | ZDNet
  1755. IT resume makeover: Let your passion shine through
  1756. Review: Microsoft Azure beats Amazon and Google for mobile development
  1757. The WIRED Guide for Upgrading Your Apple Gadgets | WIRED
  1758. It's Been a Fun Ride, But I'm Done Water Cooling My PC
  1759. The 12 Happiest Tech Companies in America
  1760. 8 Things to Do Before the Galaxy Note 4 Lollipop Release | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1761. These Are the Ultimate Smartphone Fanboys — and They're About to Do Battle
  1762. Comcast Blocks HBO Go From Working On Playstation 4, Won't Coherently Explain Why | Techdirt
  1763. 3 Ways Technology Can Be Used To Limit Your Privacy & Freedoms
  1764. Using The Cloud To Save Hollywood
  1765. WordPress to Remain Most Attacked Platform, Researchers Say
  1766. Google CS First Teaches Kids Programming and Computer Science for Free
  1767. Slashdot
  1768. Understanding Performance Differences Between Private And Public Cloud
  1769. Security: A Shared Responsibility (Part 4)
  1770. Google Glass Is Alive And Well And Living In The Enterprise | TechCrunch
  1771. Instagram Starts Letting Ads Be Clickable | TechCrunch
  1772. 15 Top-Paying Certifications for 2015
  1773. “FREAK” flaw in Android and Apple devices cripples HTTPS crypto protection
  1774. Upgrade Your Pebble Time Smartwatch to 'Steel' Version
  1775. Nine Questions to Ask About the Internet of Things
  1776. Five Things Hackers Are Doing With Victims' Data in 2015
  1777. Samsung Pay vs. Apple Pay vs. Android Pay
  1778. Google+ as We Knew It Is Dead, But Google Is Still a Social Network | WIRED
  1779. Apple & IBM partnership delivers 3 new enterprise iOS apps
  1780. Slashdot
  1781. Facebook Employees can Access your Account without Password - Hacker News
  1782. WSJ: YouTube isn't making money, even with a billion viewers
  1783. Why the Pebble Time Smartwatch Is Exciting Crowdfunders
  1784. How IT Can Improve Security in the Coming Year
  1785. Batteries are so passé: Toyota unveils its fuel cell car production line | Ars Technica
  1786. Google Play Music Increases Cloud Storage Limit To 50,000 Songs | TechCrunch
  1787. Google Builds An AI That Can Learn And Master Video Games | TechCrunch
  1788. Winners and losers: A breakdown ahead of the net neutrality vote
  1789. http://links.mail.scmagazineus.com/servlet/MailView?j=NDgxOTEzMTU2S0&ms=MTA3NDA0MTgS1&mt=1&r=MjMyODEyNjM1OQS2&rt=0
  1790. Why 40-Year-Old Tech Is Still Running America's Air Traffic Control | WIRED
  1791. Google is Now Blocking Crapware in Search Results, Ads, and Chrome
  1792. Your Kid's School Is Missing the Tech Revolution, and It's All Your Fault | WIRED
  1793. Samba Service Hit By Remote Code Execution Vulnerability - Hacker News
  1794. Windows? NO, Linux and Mac OS X Most Vulnerable Operating System In 2014 - Hacker News
  1795. Pebble Hits Its $500K Kickstarter Target For Pebble Time In Just 17 Minutes | TechCrunch
  1796. Google Objects to DOJ Proposal to Amend Rule on Search Warrants
  1797. IFTTT Launches Do Note, Do Button, Do Camera for One-Tap Actions
  1798. Magic Is A Startup That Promises To Bring You Anything — If You’re Willing To Pay For It
  1799. Microsoft Band just got a major update
  1800. How the NSA's Firmware Hacking Works and Why It's So Unsettling | WIRED
  1801. How 802.11b Devices Slow Down Your Wi-Fi Network (and What You Can Do About It)
  1802. 8 Real-World Uses for Microsoft HoloLens
  1803. Google Wallet will soon come pre-installed on Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile Android phones
  1804. Hackers Cut in Line at the Burning Man Ticket Sale—And Get Caught | WIRED
  1805. Why Wearables Sales, Led by Apple Watch, Could Take Off in 2015
  1806. Everything you need to know about the BYOC, BYOA movement
  1807. The internet is about to get faster — here's why
  1808. The NSA and its allies stole the keys to your phone's security
  1809. How (and Why) to Ditch Dropbox and Sync Files with BitTorrent Sync
  1810. Microsoft is giving away 100GB of OneDrive space to Dropbox users
  1811. Slashdot
  1812. Lenovo shipped lappies with man-in-the-middle ad/mal/bloatware • The Register
  1813. Samsung to take on Apple in payments
  1814. Nine Takeaways From the White House Cyber-security Summit
  1815. This Badass Computer Pioneer Is Finally Getting Her Due
  1816. HTTP/2 finished, coming to browsers within weeks | Ars Technica
  1817. Security: A Shared Responsibility (Part 3)
  1818. Obama turns back on spooks: 'I'm on the side of strong encryption' • The Register
  1819. Qualcomm rides to war: Multiple new CPUs, modems announced ahead of Mobile World Congress | ExtremeTech
  1820. Former GM CEO warns Apple against making cars
  1821. Format Your Resume Differently to Downplay Job Hopping
  1822. Sony is no longer an electronics company
  1823. Sony aims to outdo Google Glass with SmartEyeglass smart glasses
  1824. Breathometer Now Calls Ubers To Drive The Drunks Home
  1825. Sony throwing in the towel on phones and TVs - SlashGear
  1826. The Largest Update to HTTP in 16 Years Has Been Finalized
  1827. Oracle Continues to Grow Hardware Business 5 Years After Sun Deal
  1828. Visa Wants To Track Your Smartphone to Prevent Credit Card Fraud - Hacker News
  1829. Automatic License Plate Readers Also Gathering Millions Of Facial Photos Daily | Techdirt
  1830. Businesses go phishing to see if employees bite - Spokesman.com - Feb. 15, 2015
  1831. Apple Making a Car Isn't as Ridiculous as You Think | WIRED
  1832. Hackers Stole $300 Million from 100 Banks Using Malware - Hacker News
  1833. 10 Google Maps Tricks You Need to Know | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  1834. Expedia Buys Orbitz For $1.6B In Cash To Square Up To Priceline | TechCrunch
  1835. Is Evolve OS the most user friendly Linux distribution?
  1836. Learn iOS Programming in a Day! eBook $0 at Amazon - Ben's Bargains
  1837. Google Launches Open-Source, Cross-Cloud Benchmarking Tool | TechCrunch
  1838. Facebook Reveals Final Piece In Scalable Data Center Vision | TechCrunch
  1839. Star Silicon Valley entrepreneur: Here's why bitcoin will be bigger than the internet
  1840. RUMOR: Apple has poached a bunch of people from Tesla, and it IS making a car
  1841. The Sickeningly Low Vaccination Rates at Silicon Valley Daycares | WIRED
  1842. Facebook Now Runs On Networking Gear Designed By Own Engineers | WIRED
  1843. DZone Magazines, White Papers, Reports, and eBooks - makeuseof
  1844. In Less Than Two Years, a Smartphone Could Be Your Only Computer | WIRED
  1845. Never mind, Samsung, GOOGLE will EAVESDROP as you browse on Chrome • The Register
  1846. Miami Cops Flood Waze With Bogus Speed Trap Data, Don't Understand How Crowd Sourcing Works | Techdirt
  1847. Apple’s Activation Lock Leads To Big Drops In Smartphone Theft Worldwide | TechCrunch
  1848. GET YOUR FREE COPY
  1849. Apple will invest $850M in California solar farm - CNET
  1850. How Google Is Getting Ready to Compete With Big Wireless Carriers
  1851. 12 Questions Worth Asking In Your Next Job Interview
  1852. Facebook Takes Internet.org And Its Free Mobile Data Services To India | TechCrunch
  1853. Google encroaches further into financial services
  1854. Amazon Prime Is One of the Most Bizarre Good Business Ideas Ever | WIRED
  1855. Beyond the breach - cyber attacks force a defence strategy re-think | USA News.com
  1856. Facebook will tag every photo ever taken of you—whether you like it or not
  1857. How to Create an Anonymous Email Account | PCMag.com
  1858. How to Prevent Identity Thieves from Opening Accounts in Your Name (Especially after the Anthem Hack)
  1859. Samsung's Smart TV privacy policy sounds like an Orwellian nightmare
  1860. Intuit halts TurboTax filings after states spot mass tax fraud scheme • The Register
  1861. Today In Creepy Privacy Policies, Samsung’s Eavesdropping TV | TechCrunch
  1862. Inside RadioShack’s Slow-Motion Collapse
  1863. Operation Pawn Storm espionage campaign infecting iOS devices
  1864. Health Insurer Anthem Hit by Hackers
  1865. The Pro Dumpster Diver Who's Making Thousands Off America's Biggest Retailers | WIRED
  1866. Google, Amazon, Microsoft pay to get ads past Adblock Plus | Naked Security
  1867. Even Microsoft is Doing the Bundling Nonsense with Their Downloads Now
  1868. Police Officers Think Waze is Dangerous. Are They Right?
  1869. Microsoft Is Acquiring Calendar App Sunrise For North Of $100 Million | TechCrunch
  1870. Amazon, Google and Microsoft escape Adblock Plus, for a price
  1871. Why Super Bowl Is a Gold Mine for Mobile-Device Hackers
  1872. Why Employees Are Often the Weakest Link in Enterprise Security Chain
  1873. 6 reasons to be terrified about the future of transportation
  1874. The end is reportedly near for RadioShack
  1875. Get ready for the FCC to say the internet is a utility
  1876. The Raspberry Pi 2 Is Faster, More Powerful, and Available Right Now
  1877. Microsoft announces Windows support for the Raspberry Pi | MAKE
  1878. Apple Watch: What does success look like? | ZDNet
  1879. Amazon WorkMail Challenges Google Gmail, Microsoft Outlook 365
  1880. Phishing scam tricks users by acting as fake child sex offender alert
  1881. Tim Cook Defused Steve Jobs' Thermonuclear War, Then He Took Down Android
  1882. The Case Against DRM Needs to Be Made Now
  1883. Top 10 Lifehacker Posts of All Time
  1884. 10 Network Security Tools and Tests Everyone Should Use
  1885. Dropbox now reports when non-US governments want your data
  1886. Apple Just Had The Most Profitable Quarter Of Any Company Ever | TechCrunch
  1887. Sexy Girls wallpaper app in Google Play store accessed account info
  1888. Drone landing drags White House security into the modern era (update: details)
  1889. U.S. Spies on Millions of Drivers
  1890. Facebook: No 3rd party attack on network or Instagram
  1891. Cops decry Waze traffic app as a “police stalker” | Ars Technica
  1892. Some Androids can be HOSED by WiFi Direct vuln • The Register
  1893. Holy Shit, I Interviewed the President — Medium
  1894. YouTubers Got To Interview The President Because They're More Legitimate Than Traditional News | Techdirt
  1895. Anatomy of a Scam: The "Windows Tech Support" Con Examined
  1896. How Microsoft HoloLens Stands Apart From Oculus Rift, Morpheus
  1897. Why The Apple Watch Doesn’t Need More Than A Few Hours Of Active Use Time | TechCrunch
  1898. What Happens To Privacy When The Internet Is In Everything? | TechCrunch
  1899. Internet attack could shut down US gas stations | Ars Technica
  1900. What is JavaScript, And Can the Internet Exist Without It?
  1901. Avoiding Internet Surveillance: The Complete Guide
  1902. The MPAA Isn't About Helping Hollywood. It's About Preserving Its Own Need To Exist. | Techdirt
  1903. Windows 10: Microsoft raises the stakes for mobile Windows | ExtremeTech
  1904. Chuck Norris vs. Communism: how VHS piracy started a political revolution
  1905. The World in 2030 - Susan B. Glasser - POLITICO Magazine
  1906. Yes, 123456 is the most common password, but here’s why that’s misleading | Ars Technica
  1907. Why Apple will offer a stylus for the iPad Pro | ExtremeTech
  1908. Amazon’s New Kindle Textbook Creator Takes A Different Approach From iBooks Author | TechCrunch
  1909. Microsoft’s New Holographic Nerd Helmet Is Awesome | TechCrunch
  1910. The Best Windows 10 and Xbox Updates Microsoft Announced Today
  1911. The design of Windows 10: a consistent look across all devices
  1912. When did Apple become the boring one?
  1913. Google to Sell Wireless Service in Deals With Sprint, T-Mobile
  1914. Windows 10 | TechCrunch
  1915. WhatsApp Comes To The Desktop | TechCrunch
  1916. Forget WhatsApp: 6 Secure Communication Apps You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
  1917. CIOs beef up security tools in wake of 2014 data breaches
  1918. What Is Android Auto And How Can You Get It?
  1919. Slashdot
  1920. Facebook News Feed to feature less hoaxes | Naked Security
  1921. People happily give away their (bad) passwords to TV reporter | Naked Security
  1922. Chris Christie, Port Authority Official Abused E-ZPass Data For Their Own Ends | Techdirt
  1923. Degree-free IT: Can college-skippers thrive in tech?
  1924. Marriott Considers Offering Netflix, Hulu And Pandora In Hotel Rooms | TechCrunch
  1925. The 25 Most Popular Passwords of 2014: We're All Doomed
  1926. The End of Ownership: Netflix, Spotify, and The Streaming Generation
  1927. Why killing Google Glass could ultimately save it
  1928. David Cameron wants to ban encrypted apps like iMessage and Whatsapp | Naked Security
  1929. Facebook Unveils Facebook At Work, Lets Businesses Create Their Own Social Networks | TechCrunch
  1930. New service allows anonymous users to rent out your hard drive | ExtremeTech
  1931. Evernote, Wunderlist, Pocket, and LastPass make for a killer $60 bundle
  1932. On-Demand Hadoop Tutorials
  1933. WIRED's Top Picks From CES 2015 | WIRED
  1934. Dropbox + Office = Sticky
  1935. 8 Skilled Jobs That May Soon Be Replaced By Robots
  1936. Slashdot
  1937. New Apple malware is undetectable, unstoppable, and can infect any Thunderbolt-equipped device | ExtremeTech
  1938. Never Buy a Phone Again | WIRED
  1939. Jeff Bezos reportedly approved 'even the very smallest decisions' on the Fire Phone
  1940. Uber reportedly gave a job applicant full access to customer travel records
  1941. Supreme Court To Decide Whether Rap Lyric Threats Are Free Speech
  1942. Five Best Custom PC Builders
  1943. Black Friday, Cyber Monday for Crooks, Too! — Krebs on Security
  1944. A World Without Net Neutrality Already Exists | TechCrunch
  1945. Slashdot
  1946. Sony Pictures' computers are still locked as hackers demand equality (updated)
  1947. Google Glass Failed, but Here’s the Path Its Successors Will Take | MIT Technology Review
  1948. Fix Yosemite Wi-Fi Issues with a Terminal Command
  1949. US courts hope an old law will help them bypass phone encryption
  1950. Schneier on Security: FBI Agents Pose as Repairmen to Bypass Warrant Process
  1951. Home Depot faces 44 lawsuits postbreach
  1952. Network Security Needs Big Data | CIO
  1953. The Success Theater: Don't Confuse Enviability for Happiness
  1954. Java Programming Cheatsheet
  1955. Keep This Java Cheat Sheet on Hand While You're Learning to Code
  1956. EFF, Others Launch New Free Security Certificate Authority To 'Dramatically Increase Encrypted Internet Traffic' | Techdirt
  1957. Samsung realizes it’s making too many phones, will cut lineup by 30% | ExtremeTech
  1958. WhatsApp Partners With Open WhisperSystems To End-To-End Encrypt Billions Of Messages A Day | TechCrunch
  1959. The Tech Skills and Courses Google Recommends for Software Engineers
  1960. 11 things we just learned about how the Apple Watch works
  1961. Here are all the ways to interact with the Apple Watch
  1962. Can the new iBanking Android malware be stopped?
  1963. How to Position IT Security as an Enterprise Profit Center
  1964. Slashdot
  1965. Slashdot
  1966. Google Wallet vs. Apple Pay: What You Need to Know
  1967. Quantum Computers: The End of Cryptography?
  1968. Stupid Geek Tricks: Hide Data in a Secret Text File Compartment
  1969. Old-time phishing scams are working just fine, Google finds | Naked Security
  1970. 10 ways to protect your Devices and Data - Boston Information Security | Examiner.com
  1971. Two Dudes Prove How Easy It Is to Hack ATMs for Free Cash | WIRED
  1972. 8 Email Security Tips You Can Share With Friends & Colleagues
  1973. Why Amazon Echo is the future of every home
  1974. Dropbox Updates Web Interface For Easier Sharing
  1975. Get Immersive Mode For All Android Apps – No Root Required
  1976. Study 9 in 10 Americans agree control over personal information is lost
  1977. Microsoft Launches Free, Unrestricted Version Of Visual Studio For Small Teams | TechCrunch
  1978. 10 Reasons It's Time to Adopt Microsoft Office 365 Cloud App Suite
  1979. Why advanced threats are less dangerous than simple attacks
  1980. USPS investigates breach, more than 800K employees possibly affected
  1981. Internet Society I Internet Issues, Technology, Standards, Policy, Leadership
  1982. The Best Hidden Features of VLC
  1983. ​Google says the best phishing scams have a 45-percent success rate
  1984. Amazon Echo is the connected speaker with voice commands you never asked for | ExtremeTech
  1985. Manual Phishing Gmail Attacks Found To Be Very Effective | NewsFactor Network
  1986. InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog - Bad Assumptions in Security
  1987. Computer Scientists Ask Supreme Court To Rule APIs Can't Be Copyrighted
  1988. Slashdot
  1989. Dealer-Installed GPS Tracker Leads To Kidnapper's Arrest in Maryland
  1990. Home Depot: Someone's WEAK-ASS password SECURITY led to breach • The Register
  1991. Home Depot: Hackers Stole 53M Email Addreses — Krebs on Security
  1992. Verizon May Soon Get to Enjoy a Lawsuit Over Its Sneaky Use of Perma-Cookies | Techdirt
  1993. IT Losing the Battle for Security in the Cloud
  1994. Amex debuts token service
  1995. Study 68 percent of healthcare breaches caused by loss or theft of devices, files
  1996. Dropbox and Microsoft form surprise partnership for Office integration
  1997. New version of Backoff detected, malware variant dubbed ROM
  1998. Bypass Resume Filters by Using Keywords From Your Job Listing
  1999. Apple Partners With Southwest To Offer Free In-Flight Streaming Via Beats Music | TechCrunch
  2000. Brittany Maynard, as promised, ends her life at 29 - The Washington Post
  2001. Is Samsung Sliding Into Home Or Just Sliding? | TechCrunch
  2002. Google Updates Gmail for Android with Support for All Email Providers
  2003. November 2014 Issue of Linux Journal: System Administration
  2004. Magic Numbers: The Secret Codes that Programmers Hide in Your PC
  2005. Android 5.0 Lollipop Review: Tablet Edition | TechCrunch
  2006. Slashdot
  2007. WD My Passport Slim 1TB Portable External HDD $60 ... - Ben's Bargains
  2008. How To Read Non-Fiction Books In Record Time
  2009. Cocoon Is A Smart Home Security Device That Uses Infrasonic Sound To Detect An Intruder | TechCrunch
  2010. Slashdot
  2011. Nearly half of California residents had online info exposed last year, attorney general says - www.record-bee.com
  2012. Hacker proof your credit cards and bank account - ABC15 Arizona
  2013. In Cybersecurity, The Weakest Link Is You
  2014. 5 Brilliant Reasons To Look Forward To Fedora 21
  2015. TrueCrypt Is Back, But Should It Be?
  2016. Apple Pay: The Pros and Cons of Using This Mobile Payment System
  2017. Galaxy Note 4 Review – An Unquestionable Grand Slam | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  2018. Official Kelley Blue Book New Car and Used Car Prices and Values
  2019. New Cars, Used Cars, Car Reviews and Pricing | Edmunds.com
  2020. Best Deals in Your Area - CarsDirect
  2021. Shellshock over SMTP attacks mean you can now ignore your email • The Register
  2022. Find My Phone does just one thing but Samsung's messed it up • The Register
  2023. Slashdot
  2024. Arrests made after ‘specialist malware’ used in £1.6 million ATM heist | Naked Security
  2025. 8 Tips To Solve Linux and Unix Disk Full & Can’t Write/Failure Problems
  2026. NASA Confirms Earth Will Experience 6 Days of Total Darkness in December 2014!
  2027. FTC sues AT&T over misleading and deceptive use of ‘Unlimited’ data plans | ExtremeTech
  2028. 6 Superb Reasons Why You Should Use Linux For Programming
  2029. Why Taxing The Internet Is Stupid
  2030. Slashdot
  2031. Slashdot
  2032. Slashdot
  2033. Retailer-Backed Apple Pay Rival CurrentC Has Been Hacked, Testers’ Email Addresses Stolen | TechCrunch
  2034. FTC sues AT&T over 'deceptive' mobile data throttling (update: response)
  2035. Google Dongle Is Latest Salvo in War on Passwords | MIT Technology Review
  2036. Three must-have capabilities for today's data warehouse environment
  2037. Retailers are disabling NFC readers to shut out Apple Pay | The Verge
  2038. Which Carrier Is The Best? Here's How Data Prices Compare For Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, And T-Mobile
  2039. Ten years of Ubuntu: How Linux’s beloved newcomer became its criticized king | Ars Technica
  2040. Facebook Launches Pseudonymous App “Rooms” That Lets You Create Forums About Any Topic | TechCrunch
  2041. NOT OK GOOGLE: Android images can conceal code • The Register
  2042. Ad-borne Cryptowall ransomware is set to claim FRESH VICTIMS • The Register
  2043. Avast Antivirus Was Spying On You with Adware (Until This Week)
  2044. Google Locks Down Passwords With Security Key Technology
  2045. Is your home or office internet gateway one of '1.2 MILLION' wide open to hijacking? • The Register
  2046. Google Accounts Now Support Security Keys
  2047. Slashdot
  2048. Here’s Why Windows 8.1′s Encryption Doesn’t Seem to Scare the FBI
  2049. Windows 0-Day Exploited In Ongoing Attacks
  2050. Google’s Inbox is A New Email App From The Gmail Team Designed Not To Be Gmail | TechCrunch
  2051. Invite-only Inbox by Gmail aims to ‘reinvent’ the email experience | Drippler - Apps, Games, News, Updates & Accessories
  2052. Inbox is a total reinvention of email from Google
  2053. Suspected Staples breach under investigation
  2054. Microsoft attempts to improve Android with new 'Garage' apps
  2055. The Creative Gifts of ADHD
  2056. How to install Tomcat in Ubuntu 14.04 | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials
  2057. How To Really Speed Up Your Computer - Common Myths & What To Do Instead
  2058. How is it Possible to Send E-mail Using Someone Else’s Domain Name?
  2059. Essential security apps for your smartphone and tablet | Fox News
  2060. Banks: Credit Card Breach at Staples Stores — Krebs on Security
  2061. Five Best Linux Desktop Environments
  2062. Drupal SQL injection nasty leaves sites 'wide open' to attack • The Register
  2063. Police Departments Skirting Public Accountability By Using Private Foundations To Obtain Controversial Surveillance Technology | Techdirt
  2064. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Is A Nearly Perfect Mini Tablet | TechCrunch
  2065. Shellshock used to amass botnet and execute phishing campaign
  2066. Slashdot
  2067. How to Check if Your Linux System is 32-bit or 64-bit
  2068. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review: The Best at Being Big
  2069. No, Your iPhone Flashlight is NOT Spying On You
  2070. All the National Chains That Offer Free Wi-Fi
  2071. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (AT&T) Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  2072. Note Worthy | WIRED
  2073. The best SSDs of 2014: A buyers guide | ExtremeTech
  2074. 5 Killer Tricks to Get the Most Out of Wireshark
  2075. IT Salary Survey 2014: How does your information technology salary stack up?
  2076. Google researchers reveal new Poodle bug, putting the web on alert
  2077. Malware 'Mayhem' Follows Emergence of Shellshock Vulnerability
  2078. Mailbox email app for Mac opens beta to all users
  2079. Hundreds of Dropbox Passwords Leaked, Change Yours Now
  2080. Dropbox bug wipes some users' files from the cloud
  2081. Revealed: ISPs Already Violating Net Neutrality To Block Encryption And Make Everyone Less Safe Online | Techdirt
  2082. Snapsaved Takes Responsibility For Latest Snapchat Leak | TechCrunch
  2083. Google testing service to connect patients with doctors over video chat | The Verge
  2084. The Daily Caller
  2085. Dairy Queen cuts the waffle, says bank cards creamed in 395 eateries • The Register
  2086. FACEPALM! HP cert used to sign malware • The Register
  2087. Metageek Wi-Spy + Chanalyzer 5 Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  2088. The iPhone 6 Plus Wins The Longer Race | TechCrunch
  2089. Kmart apologizes to customers after month-long security breach • The Register
  2090. Where In The US Are All The Coders?
  2091. Apple Pay And Digital Currency Mean Time Is Running Out For Physical Cash | TechCrunch
  2092. Snowden Attacks “Anything Goes” Privacy Intrusions Of British Spy Agencies | TechCrunch
  2093. Crapware Finds a New Way to Trick Users to Install Browser Extensions
  2094. Edward Snowden’s Privacy Tips: “Get Rid Of Dropbox,” Avoid Facebook And Google | TechCrunch
  2095. Kmart Hacked | TechCrunch
  2096. Dairy Queen Confirms Breach at 395 Stores — Krebs on Security
  2097. Aussie builds contactless card cloner app, shops at Woolies with fake card • The Register
  2098. Six steps to fight credit-card hackers
  2099. Huge Data Leak at Largest U.S. Bond Insurer — Krebs on Security
  2100. Save Money On Your Smartphone Bill: Cut The Mobile Internet
  2101. Apple Pay vs. Google Wallet: A Brief Competitive Comparison
  2102. Two AT&T Data Breaches Draw Attention to Insider Access Issues
  2103. Compromised WordPress sites increasingly used for phishing
  2104. How to improve Google+ immediately
  2105. Visual Basic Rises Again as a Document Malware Scripting Language
  2106. 10 Big Problems That Brought HP to a Decision to Split Up
  2107. Pinterest Curates Its Own Content With New Weekly Collections Called “Pin Picks” | TechCrunch
  2108. Slashdot
  2109. Slashdot
  2110. MEGATech Videos: Testing the Gapgate on Galaxy Note 4 - MEGATechNews
  2111. Germs at the Office Are Often Found on Keyboards and at Coffee Stations - WSJ - WSJ
  2112. The Washington Post Is Now Free On Amazon Kindles | TechCrunch
  2113. How to Clear Your Google Search History on Android
  2114. Law Enforcement Still Defending ComputerCOP: Says They'll Keep Distributing It Until After Someone's Been Hurt | Techdirt
  2115. What Is The Best News Reader App For Android?
  2116. Politicians Cynically Using JP Morgan Hack To Try To Pass Laws To Diminish Your Privacy
  2117. Washington Post's Clueless Editorial On Phone Encryption: No Backdoors, But How About A Magical 'Golden Key'?
  2118. Should I Use Linux Or Windows? 3 Deal-Breaker Questions You MUST Answer
  2119. Computer security sleuths hack the hackers
  2120. Critical USB hack goes public; how bad is the risk? - Topix
  2121. Critical USB hack goes public; how bad is the risk? | www.wpxi.com
  2122. Nixie is a wearable drone that captures your activities on the fly
  2123. eBay And PayPal To Split Into Two Separate Companies | TechCrunch
  2124. How Apple Pay Could Change the Buying Experience
  2125. IT skills that are in demand, and those that will be
  2126. Latest Firefox and Thunderbird updates plug CRITICAL SSL vuln
  2127. FBI: Your real SECURITY TERROR? An ANGRY INSIDE MAN
  2128. Apple’s iPhone 6 is more durable, less breakable than iPhone 5S, Galaxy S5, One M8 | ExtremeTech
  2129. Oklahoma Sheriff Accused Of Keeping Extensive Database On Citizens | Techdirt
  2130. iPhone 6 Review: The Phone That Lured Me Back to Apple
  2131. Schneier on Security: Lesson in Successful Disaster Planning
  2132. Hello
  2133. Why are some hard drives more reliable than others? | ExtremeTech
  2134. Tips for Safe Password Sharing | PCMag.com
  2135. Evolution Of The Desk (1980-2014)
  2136. Digital Literacy Is the Key to the Future, But We Still Don't Know What It Means | WIRED
  2137. What the Apple Watch Says About Apple - NYTimes.com
  2138. Giganews Is an FBI Operation
  2139. Slashdot
  2140. How To Stay Anonymous Online In 2014
  2141. Audible Security Flaw Lets Thieves Download Unlimited Free Audiobooks
  2142. How Cybercriminals Attack Small Businesses — and 10 Ways to Stop Them
  2143. With Tech Taking Over in Schools, Worries Rise - NYTimes.com
  2144. NSA Hacks Corporate Servers To Map Internet | NewsFactor Network
  2145. Comcast Denies It Will Cut Off Customers Who Use Tor, The Web Browser For Criminals - Yahoo Finance
  2146. Wikileaks Releases German Spyware That Governments Used To Hack Journalists And Dissidents | TechCrunch
  2147. Top 10 Emerging Technologies That Are Changing The World
  2148. Slashdot
  2149. Apple Sells 4M iPhone 6 And 6 Plus Pre-Orders In Opening 24 Hours | TechCrunch
  2150. The FBI just finished building its facial recognition system
  2151. WikiLeaks - SpyFiles 4
  2152. Comcast Declares War on Tor? - Deep Dot Web
  2153. This Week's Top Downloads
  2154. What you need to know about the Gmail password compromise | Computerworld
  2155. Islamic Hackers Attack Kirk Cameron Site - Topix
  2156. Anti-Christian, Islamic Hackers Attack Kirk Cameron Site
  2157. Putting Smartphone Zombies In Their Place | TechCrunch
  2158. Tabnabbing: A New Type of Phishing Attack « Aza on Design
  2159. Why Meditation Should Be Your Brain's "Scheduled Maintenance"
  2160. Slashdot
  2161. Code.org Launches Code Studio, A Toolset And Curriculum For Teaching Kids Programming | TechCrunch
  2162. How to Protect Yourself From Big Bank-Card Hacks | WIRED
  2163. YouTube, Amazon and Yahoo! caught in malvertising mess • The Register
  2164. Why Apple Devices Will Soon Rule Every Aspect of Your Life | WIRED
  2165. Planning Considerations for BYOD and Consumerization of IT (Part 3)
  2166. Why Everyone Should Read Harry Potter - Scientific American
  2167. CloudAlloy Makes Docs In The Cloud More Secure By Breaking Them Into Pieces | TechCrunch
  2168. The System Administrator's Organized Backpack
  2169. Barbarians At The Password Gate | TechCrunch
  2170. Hackers launch Apple ID phishing campaign playing on iCloud security worries | CIO
  2171. HealthCare.gov breached, injected with malware | Naked Security
  2172. Kindle vs. iBooks: Which Is The Best eReader For Your iPad or iPhone?
  2173. Home Depot Finally Confirms Its Payment System Was Hacked For Months | TechCrunch
  2174. Slashdot
  2175. Beginner Geek: How to Create and Use Virtual Machines
  2176. Latest Firefox adds protection against rogue SSL certificates
  2177. VoIP Security. A Quick Guide for Small Business
  2178. Using WPS on your Wi-Fi router may be even more dangerous than you think | Naked Security
  2179. Scared of brute force password attacks? Just 'GIVE UP' says Microsoft • The Register
  2180. Mac security packages range from peachy to rancid – antivirus tests • The Register
  2181. Data: Nearly All U.S. Home Depot Stores Hit — Krebs on Security
  2182. Real-time emotion detection with Google Glass: An awesome, creepy taste of the future of wearable computers | ExtremeTech
  2183. 5 Smart Home Appliances You Should Be Buying
  2184. Why Social Engineering Should Be Your Biggest Security Concern
  2185. How Apple and Amazon Security Flaws Led to My Epic Hacking | Gadget Lab | WIRED
  2186. iCloud's Two-Factor Authentication Doesn't Secure Your Photos, Backups
  2187. Why Everyone's Email Should Be Encrypted
  2188. Mysterious Phony Cell Towers Could Be Intercepting Your Calls
  2189. The Police Tool That Pervs Use to Steal Nude Pics From Apple’s iCloud | Threat Level | WIRED
  2190. Following iCloud hack, experts say enterprise data likely at risk
  2191. The Best Body Hacks to Boost Your Productivity at Work
  2192. Android security mystery - 'fake’ cellphone towers found in U.S.
  2193. Slashdot
  2194. Who hacked and posted celebs nude pics? - YouTube
  2195. Become Better By Stepping Away From Technology
  2196. The New Era Of Smart Dining | TechCrunch
  2197. Windows XP’s Market Share Fell By Less Than 1% In August | TechCrunch
  2198. 3 Reasons Why Chromebook Does Not Solve Digital Security Issues
  2199. This could be the Apple iCloud flaw that led to celebrity photos being leaked - The Next Web
  2200. Five Facebook Threats That Can Infect Your PC, And How They Work
  2201. If programming languages were weapons
  2202. NIST to sysadmins: clean up your SSH mess • The Register
  2203. Cybersecurity's hiring crisis: A troubling trajectory | ZDNet
  2204. Flaw lets hackers break your WiFi router's security with one guess
  2205. Why Usernames & Passwords Are A Thing Of The Past, And How To Cope With This
  2206. Amazon Vs. Hachette: Fewer Middlemen Equals A Better World | TechCrunch
  2207. Hacker Attack on Banks Shows Need to Lock Down Employee PCs
  2208. What Are Hackers Thinking?
  2209. If You're A Copyright Maximalist 'Piracy' Must Be The Answer To All Problems | Techdirt
  2210. The Lifehacker Pack for Students
  2211. Researchers camouflage haxxor traps with fake application traffic • The Register
  2212. Dairy Queen joins list of retailers hit by hacker attack | Star Tribune
  2213. Nearly 70 percent of IT pros target of weekly phishing attacks, HP finds
  2214. Samsung’s New Gear S Smartwatch Features A Curved Screen And 3G Connectivity | TechCrunch
  2215. “There is no inside” – How to get the most from your firewall | Naked Security
  2216. Kickstarter has a new king: Coolest, an all-in-one cooler
  2217. Surface Pro 3 vs. iPad Air: Best Option For You?
  2218. 3-Year VPN Unlimited Premium Plan For $19
  2219. Cloud Storage Showdown: Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud and More Compared
  2220. Linux hits 23 – the Time Machine that changed the world! | Naked Security
  2221. The New KDE Plasma 5 Desktop Is Gorgeous -- Here's How To Try It
  2222. Go On A Reading Buffet: 4 Top eBook Subscription Services Compared
  2223. Dropbox Upgrades Pro Users to 1TB, Adds Remote Wipe, Security Features
  2224. Linux Shell Scripting Cookbook, Second Edition--Free 40 Page Excerpt Free Book Excerpt
  2225. 21 GIFs That Explain Mathematical Concepts | IFLScience
  2226. 5 Amazing 3D Printing Applications You Have to See to Believe
  2227. The top 10 personal cloud-storage services | ZDNet
  2228. Free 1 Year of LastPass Premium • /r/Android
  2229. These 3-D Printed Skeleton Keys Can Pick High-Security Locks in Seconds | Threat Level | WIRED
  2230. Essential Khan Academy Courses - Business Insider
  2231. A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering: What's the matter with PGP?
  2232. Truth We Won’t Admit: Drinking Is Healthy - Pacific Standard: The Science of Society
  2233. We need to talk about email | Naked Security
  2234. White House's Cybersecurity Guy Proud Of His Lack Of Cybersecurity Knowledge Or Skills
  2235. Success! | Xmarks
  2236. Data Breach Puts Focus on Beefed-Up Card Security
  2237. 2014's Hottest IT Certification
  2238. Laughter Can Help Reduce Age-Related Memory Loss
  2239. Whose Intervention Ensured Star Trek Saw The Light Of Day?
  2240. 11 reasons encryption is (almost) dead - Network World
  2241. Get Organized: 5 Essential Smartphone Accessories | PCMag.com
  2242. US Government Begins Rollout Of Its 'Driver's License For The Internet' | Techdirt
  2243. SanDisk’s collosal 4TB SSD: Does this mean SSDs will soon provide more storage than hard drives? | ExtremeTech
  2244. How To Handle Suspicious Windows Task Manager Processes
  2245. Oculus wants to build a billion-person MMO with Facebook
  2246. An unnecessary path to tech: A bachelor's degree
  2247. What is Honey Encryption ? - Definition from WhatIs.com
  2248. Ask a Korean!: The Sewol Tragedy: Part II - Causes and Contributing Factors
  2249. The oRouter Is A Tor-Powered Linux Box That Secures Your Internet Connection | TechCrunch
  2250. Beginner Geek: How To Access Your Desktop Over the Internet
  2251. Land A Job With A Résumé That Stands Out In The Crowd With Sumry
  2252. The Censorship Effect | TechCrunch
  2253. Skip the fingerprint scanner. To unlock a phone, use your heartbeat - Fortune Tech
  2254. Why students using laptops learn less in class even when they really are taking notes - The Washington Post
  2255. History Repeating: Google Glass Getting Same Treatment As Walkman And Cameras Once Did | Techdirt
  2256. Windows Admin: Learning to Use the Registry Editor Like a Pro
  2257. Prepare for the Lime Shortage of 2014 with Substitutions
  2258. Use Portable VirtualBox to Take Virtual Machines With You Everywhere
  2259. The Internet of Things likely to drive an upheaval for security
  2260. Unplugging the data center
  2261. Microsoft sharpens encryption management tools
  2262. White House Calls for Big Data and Cloud Privacy Overhaul
  2263. The 9 Most Difficult-to-Fill IT Roles
  2264. IT Salaries for the 20 Hottest Tech Skills
  2265. Sprint Introduces HTC One (M8)-Harman Kardon Edition With Spotify
  2266. The Wheel O' Happiness: Guide To Career Satisfaction
  2267. What Is a Linux SWAP Partition, And What Does It Do?
  2268. The Power User's Guide to Better Virtual Machines in VirtualBox
  2269. Windows XP stays strong despite end of support - CNET
  2270. Windows Admin: Understanding Hard Drive Partitioning with Disk Management
  2271. Snapchat Adds Ephemeral Text Chat And Video Calls | TechCrunch
  2272. Google Now for Android remembers where you parked
  2273. Sprint will reportedly try to buy T-Mobile US in June or July | The Verge
  2274. Google stops data-mining students’ email | Naked Security
  2275. Daily chart: Crowning the dragon | The Economist
  2276. What To Do If You’re A Victim Of Online Credit Card Fraud
  2277. What are the most interesting webcams that are publicly accessible? : AskReddit
  2278. Facebook Launches Anonymous Login So You Can Try Apps Without Giving Up Your Data | TechCrunch
  2279. 6 free network vulnerability scanners
  2280. Six Tips to Help Prevent Identity Theft and Spot Identity Thieves When Dining Out: Protect Yourself - How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft | Identity Protection
  2281. Windows Admin: Using Event Viewer to Troubleshoot Problems
  2282. IT shops losing control over technology
  2283. Chief digital officers are a blessing and a curse for CIOs
  2284. 'Sign in with Google' button could send Google+ to oblivion | The Verge
  2285. Quantum Key Distribution proven to work over everyday fibre • The Register
  2286. Outbox vs. USPS: How the Post Office Killed Digital Mail | InsideSources
  2287. These are the faces of 'Star Wars: Episode VII' | The Verge
  2288. This is the most secure computer you’ll ever own | The Verge
  2289. Hacking Into Hospital Computers Reveals Vulnerable Medical Records And Blood Supplies
  2290. How America’s Leading Science Fiction Authors Are Shaping Your Future | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian
  2291. Florida man uses iPhone to film arrest -- and gets arrested - CNET
  2292. Nod Gesture Control Ring Is Designed For Continual Wear, Starts Selling Today For $149 | TechCrunch
  2293. Arbor Networks Reports Unprecedented Spike in DDoS Attack Size Driven by NTP Misuse | Business Wire
  2294. Android still triggers the most mobile malware, says F-Secure - CNET
  2295. Windows Admin: Using Task Scheduler to Run Processes Later
  2296. Amazon Debuts A Storefront Just For Wearable Tech | TechCrunch
  2297. 5 reasons why Google can catch Amazon in the cloud
  2298. Windows Admin: Understanding Windows Administration Tools
  2299. Don’t Be Intimidated: Building Your Own Computer is Easier Than You’d Think
  2300. For Fitness Bands, Slick Marketing but Suspect Results
  2301. Netflix vs. Amazon, and the New Economics of Television
  2302. Google Draw: The Perfect Google Glass Accessory
  2303. Schneier on Security: Is Google Too Big to Trust?
  2304. LastPass (for Windows Phone) Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  2305. Amazon’s Smartphone May Come With A Special Data Plan Called ‘Prime Data’ | TechCrunch
  2306. Cloud computing confronts critical crossroads
  2307. 10 great Android apps for IT pros
  2308. Microsoft Is Challenging The US Government’s Use Of Search Warrants To Access Data Stored Abroad | TechCrunch
  2309. Netflix Pondering Peer-to-Peer Technology For Streaming Video
  2310. Slashdot
  2311. Five Ways to Remove Stripped Screws
  2312. Android Guide: Managing Your Device’s Storage and Backups
  2313. How to Boot From a USB Drive in VirtualBox
  2314. Slashdot
  2315. How To Hack Hiring | TechCrunch
  2316. New Microsoft VP consigns the PC to irrelevance - CNET
  2317. The Best And Worst Automotive Technology
  2318. Microsoft, Google, Others Join To Fund Open Source Infrastructure Upgrades - Slashdot
  2319. Facebook Buys Moves to See Your Fitness Activity
  2320. Facebook Acquires Fitness And Activity Tracking App Moves | TechCrunch
  2321. Parents win against cloud storage of US students’ private information | Naked Security
  2322. Eyes on Tennessee as it begins free community college plan
  2323. Android Guide: Understanding Performance and Security
  2324. Fewer college students use tablets; may be a sign device doesn't boost productivity
  2325. Codecademy Moves To Be A One-Stop-Shop For Programming Education | TechCrunch
  2326. These HBO Go Ads Are Hilarious | TechCrunch
  2327. Amazon's Prime Pantry service lets you ship 45 pounds of groceries for a $6 fee
  2328. Exclusive: FBI warns healthcare sector vulnerable to cyber attacks | Reuters
  2329. Police Chief: Not Wanting To Talk To Police Officers Is 'Odd' | Techdirt
  2330. Slashdot
  2331. The Drinking Age Is Past Its Prime | TIME.com
  2332. Most popular YouTube videos of all time
  2333. Backdoors in WiFi routers, said to be closed, can be reopened
  2334. Self-taught hackers rule
  2335. 7 Ways to Advance Your Project Management Career
  2336. Go time traveling with Google Maps
  2337. Why cloud companies are watching the Aereo, Supreme Court case very closely
  2338. Fave Raves: 33 tech pros share their favorite IT products
  2339. Chinese Government Shuns 'Expensive' Windows 8
  2340. Geek Squad Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  2341. 9 Beautiful Alternatives To The Default Linux Icon Sets
  2342. Android Guide: Extending your Android Device’s Battery Life
  2343. HBO Content Is Coming To Amazon Prime Instant Video Including ‘Sopranos’ And ‘The Wire’ | TechCrunch
  2344. XE 16.1 bricked Glass; beware! - Explorers Community
  2345. Reddit penalizes technology subreddit for censoring headlines about 'spying', 'NSA'
  2346. Google Hangouts for Android merges conversations
  2347. Verizon: Web apps are the security punching bag of the Internet
  2348. Apple offers free recycling of its products worldwide
  2349. Don’t share your location with your friends on WhatsApp | Naked Security
  2350. Google Glass Adds Limited SMS Support For iPhone, Gets Calendar App | TechCrunch
  2351. 12 ethical dilemmas gnawing at developers today
  2352. How To Boot Into Safe Mode In Windows 8
  2353. Facebook’s ‘Nearby Friends’ feature is potentially creepy | News.com.au
  2354. What we know about the Netflix price hike - CNET
  2355. How to Run a Portable Version of Windows from a USB Drive
  2356. Extreme password protection: How hackers keep themselves safe | Economy Tracker - Home
  2357. Facial recognition – coming soon to a shopping mall near you | Naked Security
  2358. How Google Screwed Up Google Glass - Forbes
  2359. How to Install and Dual Boot Linux on a Mac
  2360. Android Guide: How to Use Android Effectively
  2361. Netflix is going to raise prices for new customers, and come to US cable DVRs
  2362. Even the most secure cloud storage may not be so secure, study finds
  2363. Facebook Launches “Nearby Friends” With Opt-In Real-Time Location Sharing To Help You Meet Up | TechCrunch
  2364. How to Scan and Repair an Infected Computer From Outside Windows
  2365. Scam by Victoria’s Secret clerk highlights common risk
  2366. 12 LinkedIn mistakes IT pros make
  2367. 9 Things You Need to Know Before You Store Data in the Cloud
  2368. Employee mobility shifts IT's focus to data security and delivery
  2369. Ditching command-and-control policies can help IT cope with mobility
  2370. Beautifully digital reading for everyone
  2371. Critical Java Update Plugs 37 Security Holes — Krebs on Security
  2372. Research Blog: Lens Blur in the new Google Camera app
  2373. Court Says That Tweeting Someone Is 'F**king Crazy' Is Not Libelous | Techdirt
  2374. Google launches standalone Camera app in Play Store | The Verge
  2375. Chrome Remote Desktop for Android browses a PC or Mac from your phone
  2376. Infants love iPads, can't use building blocks? - CNET
  2377. Microsoft Announces New Tools Bringing The Cloud To The Internet Of Things, Uniting Hadoop And SQL | TechCrunch
  2378. 10 cool tech things you could buy instead of Google Glass
  2379. Red-hot IT jobs
  2380. Glass Journal - Explorers Community
  2381. Schneier on Security
  2382. Google updates terms of service to reflect its scanning of users' emails
  2383. First sites admit data loss through Heartbleed attacks
  2384. Best browsers for safe surfing
  2385. LastPass Now Auto-Fills Login Info for Your Android Apps
  2386. Why businesses are so vulnerable to cyberattacks
  2387. Facebook's making moves to challenge PayPal
  2388. Your no-fuss, fail-safe guide to protecting Android devices - Network World
  2389. 100+ Reasons PopClip Can Help You Become a Mac Power User
  2390. Installing Apache2 With PHP5 And MySQL Support On Fedora 20 (LAMP) | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials
  2391. Google Patents Tiny Cameras Embedded In Contact Lenses | TechCrunch
  2392. Hard Disk Passwords Explained: Should You Set One to Secure Your Files?
  2393. 7 all-in-one security suites: Anti-malware for all your devices
  2394. AI gets its groove back
  2395. Entitle Brings Its Subscription E-Books To E-Ink Readers, Including The Nook | TechCrunch
  2396. Inside Microsoft’s New Platform And Services Strategy | TechCrunch
  2397. Journalist: I was assaulted on street for wearing Google Glass - CNET
  2398. Envisioning an Apple iPhone 6 'phablet' - CNET
  2399. Penetration testing Linux distribution ArchAssault | Hacker 10 – Security Hacker
  2400. Slashdot
  2401. The Growing Inequality In How America Saves For College
  2402. Canada halts online tax returns in wake of Heartbleed
  2403. The critical, widespread Heartbleed bug and you: How to keep your private info safe
  2404. Can Two-Step Verification Be Less Irritating? Four Secret Hacks Guaranteed to Improve Security
  2405. Doctor says Google Glass saved a man's life | The Verge
  2406. The Best Linux Distributions For Windows XP Refugees
  2407. Hands-On Video Of Carousel, Dropbox’s Replacement For Your Camera Roll | TechCrunch
  2408. LastPass checks sites for 'Heartbleed' automatically - CNET
  2409. The Perfect Desktop - OpenSUSE 13.1 (GNOME) | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials
  2410. Dropbox Announces ‘Project Harmony’ To Bring Collaborative Features To Microsoft Office | TechCrunch
  2411. Dropbox Debuts Carousel, Aiming To Be The Go-To Storage App For Your Entire Photo Archive | TechCrunch
  2412. Schneier on Security: Heartbleed
  2413. free-programming-books/free-programming-books.md at master · vhf/free-programming-books · GitHub
  2414. HTG Explains: What the Heartbleed Bug Is and Why You Need to Change Your Passwords Now
  2415. Dropbox Launches Mailbox For Android With Auto-Swipe, Previews Mailbox For Desktop | TechCrunch
  2416. Facebook Is Forcing All Users To Download Messenger By Ripping Chat Out Of Its Main Apps | TechCrunch
  2417. Former Apple Genius Bar member gives you tips on how to extend battery life on your iPhone and iPad
  2418. 'Heartbleed' bug in OpenSSL puts encrypted communications at risk | Security - InfoWorld
  2419. Windows Networking: The Basic Concepts in Network Sharing
  2420. Slashdot
  2421. FAQ: What you need to know about the end of Windows XP support
  2422. 9 reasons users won’t ditch Windows XP
  2423. Amazon announces Dash, a home barcode scanner and microphone
  2424. You don't own your Kindle books, Amazon reminds customer - NBC News.com
  2425. Livestream Comes To Google Glass | TechCrunch
  2426. How to Learn Speed Reading: 13 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow
  2427. Meditation Techniques | What is Transcendental Meditation®
  2428. Mac OS X: Force Quit An Unresponsive Full Screen Application Shortcut Key
  2429. Linux / Unix: Find And List All Hidden Files Recursively
  2430. Windows Networking: User Accounts, Groups, Permissions & Their Role in Sharing
  2431. US Burns Through All High-Skill Visas For 2015 In Less Than A Week | TechCrunch
  2432. Google, Red Hat get cozy in the cloud
  2433. Rooting Android devices: Should you or shouldn't you?
  2434. What do IT workers want?
  2435. Career Watch: Top perks for IT jobs
  2436. Top-paying industries for IT 2014
  2437. IT Salary Survey 2014: Who's hot, who's not
  2438. New Gadget From Amazon Makes Grocery Shopping Dangerously Easy | Gadget Lab | WIRED
  2439. Microsoft Is Suddenly a New Company. But Is It Too Late? | Enterprise | WIRED
  2440. U.S. States Investigating Breach at Experian — Krebs on Security
  2441. Slashdot
  2442. 5 biometric alternatives to the password - CNN.com
  2443. Slashdot
  2444. Amazon Fire TV first impressions | PVRblog
  2445. Hack Your Summer | TechCrunch
  2446. IFTTT Comes To The iPad With Recipe Collections, iOS Notifications, & Photo Triggers
  2447. Every On-Screen Death On 'Game Of Thrones,' In Under 3 Minutes - Digg
  2448. Sitedrop Turns A Dropbox Folder Into A Visual Workspace Where You Can Collaborate With Others | TechCrunch
  2449. Buy iBeacon - Low Cost iBeacons
  2450. Europe does what the US won't by agreeing to strong net neutrality law | The Verge
  2451. 'Good job, NSA. You turned Yahoo! into an encryption powerhouse' • The Register
  2452. Is Amazon hacking our apps? Or doing us all a security favour? | Naked Security
  2453. To attract developers, Microsoft opens up Web-app technology - CNET
  2454. This Clever Radar Detector Is Like Siri for Dodging Cops | Gadget Lab | WIRED
  2455. Discontinued Windows XP Still No. 2 Desktop OS After Windows7, Windows 8 Lagging Far Behind | TechCrunch
  2456. SysInternals Pro: Analyzing and Managing Your Files, Folders, and Drives
  2457. How Secure Are Your Documents In Google Drive?
  2458. Install Apache2, PHP5 And MySQL Support On CentOS 6.5 (LAMP) | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials
  2459. How to Secure Your Computer With a BIOS or UEFI Password
  2460. 10 takeaways from Microsoft's Build conference 2014
  2461. Whose fault is it that users are the weakest link?
  2462. Encrypted Yahoo Messenger on its way - CNET
  2463. Rebunking Google’s Glass “myth” debunking | Naked Security
  2464. Amazon’s Fire TV Will Offer Gamers Many Ways To Play, And A $40 Dedicated Controller | TechCrunch
  2465. Does Speeding Really Get You There Any Faster?
  2466. This is how an engineer feels when he's surrounded by idiots - CNET
  2467. USB will thankfully never be the same: Reversible Type-C cable and port revealed | ExtremeTech
  2468. Microsoft Will Soon Bring Back The Start Menu In Windows 8.1 | TechCrunch
  2469. Tech shifts that shook up the status quo and left the experts behind
  2470. How Amazon Fire TV Stacks Up To Apple TV, Chromecast And Roku | TechCrunch
  2471. Amazon Fire TV hands-on: Prime comes to your living room | The Verge
  2472. Canonical Shuts Down Cloud Storage Service Ubuntu One | TechCrunch
  2473. Texan liquor chain Spec’s leaks 550k card details in 17 month breach | Naked Security
  2474. How a secret iOS feature could change the Internet - Fortune Tech
  2475. Data recovery from accidentally deleted files or crashed drives in Redhat, CentOS and Fedora Linux | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials
  2476. Amazon Officially Unveils Amazon Fire TV, A Tiny Media Streaming Box | TechCrunch
  2477. Transatlantic cables will bypass USA to avoid NSA spying | Naked Security
  2478. Coursera's Android App Allows You to Download Lectures For Mobile Use
  2479. Mistake in ransomware program leaves decryption key accessible - Network World
  2480. Move Over Shell-Scripts: Sh.py Is Here, And It's Awesome.
  2481. Don't Fall Foul of the Scammers: A Guide To Ransomware & Other Threats
  2482. Windows XP: Goodbye and Good Riddance
  2483. 7 Hot IT Jobs That Will Land You a Higher Salary
  2484. Canonical flip-flops on Ubuntu's controversial Amazon feature
  2485. Microsoft slashes Azure prices, introduces new basic tier
  2486. Security Researchers Find RSA Even More Completely Compromised By The NSA Than Previously Thought | Techdirt
  2487. OLED finally triumphant: The Galaxy S5 has the best smartphone display on the market | ExtremeTech
  2488. Top 10 Recession-Proof IT Jobs
  2489. Smartphone kill-switch could save consumers $2.6B per year, says report
  2490. Researchers demo how Philips smart TVs do not have smart security
  2491. Comparison of e-book formats - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  2492. How to make e-books show up under "Books" on the Kindle Fire - CNET
  2493. How to read EPUB files on your Kindle - CNET
  2494. Why are tech companies trying to take over my face? - CNET
  2495. Good Samaritan Backfire — Human Parts — Medium
  2496. How Dropbox Knows When You’re Sharing Copyrighted Stuff (Without Actually Looking At Your Stuff) | TechCrunch
  2497. Dissatisfaction with IT grows
  2498. Travel Clothing for Men and Women: Multi-pocket Vests, Jackets, Shirts, Pants
  2499. 5 Windows 8 Apps to Bring Back the Start Menu
  2500. Create a Common Gmail Account to Sync Contacts in Everyone's Phones
  2501. Exploring Windows 8.1 Start Screen and Start Button Options and Configurations
  2502. How To Boot to the Desktop in Windows 8.1
  2503. Security Questions Are Insecure: How to Protect Your Accounts
  2504. How to Buy Ebooks From Anywhere and Still Read Them All in One Place
  2505. About 36% of all Web traffic is considered fake, and this so-called bot traffic cheats advertisers
  2506. Announcing the Office you love, now on the iPad | Office Blogs
  2507. Cloud Computing Basics—Platform as a Service (PaaS) | Linux Journal
  2508. Getting upper management involved in your BYOD program
  2509. What are the best mobile apps for IT? - Top mobile apps for IT administrators
  2510. 20 Tech Topics To Get Passionate About [We Ask You Results]
  2511. Office for iPad could have security implications both good and bad
  2512. Sprint pushes farther into rural America - CNET
  2513. How to Make GIMP Work More Like Photoshop
  2514. Russian Government Officials Dump iPads Over Spying Fears
  2515. Google Launches Managed Virtual Machines, Gives Developers A Middle Ground Between Compute And App Engine | TechCrunch
  2516. How optical illusions trick your brain, according to science - The Week
  2517. Cybersecurity Expert and CIO: Internet of Things is 'Scary as Hell' - Network World
  2518. Amazon Web Services gets security OK from Defense Department - CNET
  2519. Catch up on PC Maintenance & Clear Your System With Glary Utilities Pro
  2520. Sprint to join rural operators in nationwide roaming hub - CNET
  2521. Facebook for your face: I have seen the future, and it’s awesome (sorry, gamers) | ExtremeTech
  2522. Learn Basic Linux Commands with This Downloadable Cheat Sheet
  2523. 11 Tips for Working With IT Recruiters
  2524. 16 terrible computer pranks that could get you fired
  2525. Pepsi's bus stop ad in London might be the best use of augmented reality yet | The Verge
  2526. Facebook Missed Mobile Gaming, So It Bought Oculus To Own Virtual Reality For Gaming And Beyond | TechCrunch
  2527. The Most Valuable Traits in a Potential Employee, According to Google
  2528. Microsoft makes source code for MS-DOS and Word for Windows available to public - The Official Microsoft Blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs
  2529. System Builder Marathon Q1 2014 - Build Your Own - Tom's Hardware
  2530. SysInternals Pro: Understanding Process Explorer
  2531. Lifehacker Faceoff: OneNote vs. Evernote
  2532. Rumr, Group Messaging With An Anonymous Twist, Launches On iOS & Android | TechCrunch
  2533. Self-publishing e-books: How to get started
  2534. ATM malware, controlled by a text message, spews cash
  2535. Apple wants to bypass net neutrality for its own streaming video service | ExtremeTech
  2536. Tech Videos -- Best Of The Best YouTube Technology Channels
  2537. Google Teams With Ray-Ban And Oakley Maker Luxottica For Future Versions Of Glass | TechCrunch
  2538. Band games Spotify by streaming silent tracks for cash
  2539. Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols: Who needs operating systems anymore? Not you.
  2540. pci dss - Our security auditor is an idiot. How do I give him the information he wants? - Server Fault
  2541. DataLocker SkyCrypt Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  2542. SysInternals Pro: What Are the SysInternals Tools and How Do You Use Them?
  2543. Books That Everyone Should Read At Least Once (11017 books)
  2544. The Government Is a Hitman: Uber, Tesla and Airbnb Are in Its Crosshairs | TIME.com
  2545. Cyber Attack Against Colorado Hospital Attempts To Steal 5,400 Patient Records
  2546. Android update process gives malware a leg-up to evil: Indiana U • The Register
  2547. Why Google Glass security remains a work in progress - Network World
  2548. nload: Monitor Network Traffic and Bandwidth Usage In Real Time On a Linux/Unix Based System
  2549. Desktop Fun How-To Articles, Tips, and Guides :: How-To Geek
  2550. After WhatsApp: An Insider’s View On What’s Next In Messaging | TechCrunch
  2551. Five Best VPN Service Providers
  2552. Big data, big pay: 10 data jobs with climbing salaries
  2553. Google: No, no. You've got Glass all wrong | Technically Incorrect - CNET News
  2554. DailyDirt: Are College Degrees Useless Now? | Techdirt
  2555. Turkish citizens fight back against Twitter ban | Internet & Media - CNET News
  2556. 9 must-do's if you must stick with Windows XP
  2557. 8 ways to improve wired network security
  2558. IT career salaries infographic: Salary expectations, projects and mood
  2559. Google’s Eric Schmidt On Critics Who Say College Isn’t Worth It: “They’re Just Wrong” | TechCrunch
  2560. ER doctors use Google Glass and QR codes to identify patients
  2561. Lost in translation: the tangled tale of Mt. Gox's missing millions - Network World
  2562. Trust issue looms large for tech companies capitalizing on personal data - Network World
  2563. Top 5 skills needed for a SOC analyst - Network World
  2564. Snowden At SXSW, MtGox Bankruptcy, Titanfall Time, 8-Bit True Detective [Tech News Digest]
  2565. Box, Dropbox, or drop both? - Network World
  2566. PC Maintenance: Cleaning your Computer Inside and Out
  2567. WhatsApp For Android Update Lets Users Pay For Their Friends’ Subscriptions | TechCrunch
  2568. Creating the Ultimate Security Platform
  2569. MF Overview eBook
  2570. 20 Jokes That Only Intellectuals Will Understand. Number 5 Took Me A Minute.
  2571. Watch Edward Snowden’s SXSW Interview | TechCrunch
  2572. TrackR, The Coin-Shaped Dongles That Help You Locate Lost Items, Now Talk To Each Other | TechCrunch
  2573. Apple Continues Pursuit Of IT And Education With Improvements To Its ‘Secret’ Loyalty Pricing | TechCrunch
  2574. Speed-Reader Startup Spritz Closing $3.5M Seed | TechCrunch
  2575. Why You Should Embrace Surveillance, Not Fight It | Wired Opinion | Wired.com
  2576. I work in IT at a university. A professor called, panicking, asking for us to send someone over immediately. She had taken it upon herself to move her computer to a new office saying "I plugged everything back in now nothing works!" : funny
  2577. Watch Ed Snowden tell SXSW techies: Save the world, encrypt every bit • The Register
  2578. PC Maintenance: Don’t Spend Money, Cleaning Your Own PC is Easy
  2579. Snowden: The NSA Is Setting Fire To The Future Of The Internet | TechCrunch
  2580. How to Add New Job Skills Without Going Back to School
  2581. Best iPhone, iPad Business Apps for 2014
  2582. The future of TV is coming into focus, and looks pretty great – Quartz
  2583. zHjhnC8.jpg 468×721 pixels
  2584. One of the best habits for happy living may also be the least practiced
  2585. Visa and MasterCard Take a Stand Against Hackers
  2586. Linux / Unix: chroot Command Examples
  2587. Kevin Bacon, at a restaurant that specializes in Bacon. (Austin, TX SXSW) - Imgur
  2588. Cool Websites & Tools - Narrow VPN, Adopt New Habits, & Text A Doctor
  2589. 10 things your iPad can do with a little extra help
  2590. 9 Coursera Courses To Improve Yourself & Your Career
  2591. Daylight Saving Time 2014: When Does It Begin? And Why?
  2592. MacGyver IT: 21 tools for IT heroes
  2593. Best tech jobs of 2014
  2594. Skype-based malware shows how 'peculiar' malicious code can be
  2595. Aptrax – track the apps you use and how often you use them
  2596. Staples to shutter up to 225 stores amid online pressures | Internet & Media - CNET News
  2597. Linux Foundation to offer introductory Linux MOOC on edX
  2598. Two Sides Of The Same Coin: The Employment Crisis And The Education Crisis
  2599. Magic Wand - Programmable TV Remote
  2600. Kymera Magic Wand Library (your universal infrared remote control) » Kymera Wand Manual
  2601. Pre-installed malware turns up on new phones - Network World
  2602. WASHINGTON: Senators express outrage at CIA monitoring of intelligence panel staff | National Politics | The Bellingham Herald
  2603. Why is American internet so slow? - The Week
  2604. Dish Cripples Hopper For ABC In Exchange For Internet Streaming Rights | Techdirt
  2605. Mother Bequeaths iPad to Sons But Apple Won't Unlock It
  2606. Colleges Need to Act Like Startups — Or Risk Becoming Obsolete | Wired Opinion | Wired.com
  2607. Government backs off case against journalist who faced decades in prison for posting hyperlink
  2608. New design flaw found in crypto's TLS: Pretend to be a victim online • The Register
  2609. How Hackers Are Using Photos of Cats and Sunsets to Access Your Personal Data | Popular Photography
  2610. The risk of offshoring security - Network World
  2611. Massive Linux security flaw dwarfs Apple’s cryptography problems of just last week | ExtremeTech
  2612. Is Jawbone Apple And Google’s Biggest Threat? | TechCrunch
  2613. Career doors are opening wide everywhere for IT pros
  2614. Slashdot
  2615. Developing an Information Security and Risk Management Strategy (Part 2) :: Intrusion Detection :: Articles & Tutorials :: WindowSecurity.com
  2616. Bored With Programming Books? Try 3 Fun Ways To Level Up Your Coding Skills
  2617. Everything I know about computer security I learned in kindergarten | Security - InfoWorld
  2618. Anatomy of an Apple theft protection bypass – and how to avoid it | Naked Security
  2619. Apple shifts gears with CarPlay, its response to Google Now | Apple - CNET News
  2620. Australian Broadcasters, Netflix Competitors Pout Because Netflix Hasn't Banned VPN Users Yet | Techdirt
  2621. [GEEK SCHOOL] Gmail Guide 7: Use Gmail as a Task List
  2622. RadioShack To Close 1,100 Stores | TechCrunch
  2623. RSA Conference 2014 analysis: Security topics to keep on the radar
  2624. Radio Shack to close 1,100 stores
  2625. 10 Easy Ways to hide from spys - Boston Information Security | Examiner.com
  2626. The Future of Farming is Open Source | MAKE
  2627. ACLU Report On Metadata Details Law Enforcement Abuse, Shows There's No Clear Cutoff Between Content And Data | Techdirt
  2628. New Netflix Phishing Scam Tricks You Into Calling Fake "Tech Support"
  2629. Even Apple and Google can't protect users from inherent mobile app risks - Network World
  2630. Illinois Bank: Use Cash for Chicago Taxis — Krebs on Security
  2631. Microsoft to force Xbox Live on iOS and Android, will lead to disaster | ExtremeTech
  2632. AT&T's 'IP Transition' Will Make U.S. Broadband Even Less Competitive | Techdirt
  2633. Google Says Bon Appétit: See Restaurant Menus In The Search Results
  2634. 5 Security Software Myths That Can Prove Dangerous
  2635. Schneier on Security: Choosing Secure Passwords
  2636. Scareware pusher loses appeal against epic $163 million fine [POLL] | Naked Security
  2637. Get Organized: 5 Inventive Uses for Dropbox in Business | PCMag.com
  2638. Keurig Will Use DRM In New Coffee Maker To Lock Out Refill Market | Techdirt
  2639. Not Just for Coders: 9 Ways To Use GitHub For Creative Work
  2640. The paranoid's survival guide, part 1: How to protect your personal data
  2641. Why did Samsung play it safe with the Galaxy S5's processor?
  2642. The Definitive Guide to Facebook Security | Robert Siciliano
  2643. Apple's 'iOS in the Car' technology to roll out next week, says report | Apple - CNET News
  2644. Apple Adds New “Designing Great Apps” Micro Site For iOS 7 Developers | TechCrunch
  2645. Schneier on Security: Was the iOS SSL Flaw Deliberate?
  2646. Samsung Galaxy S5: Everything you need to know (FAQ) | Mobile World Congress - CNET Reviews
  2647. IETF Draft Wants To Formalize 'Man-In-The-Middle' Decryption Of Data As It Passes Through 'Trusted Proxies' | Techdirt
  2648. HTG Explains: What is the Internet Of Things?
  2649. The Complete Guide to Solid-State Drives
  2650. Best SSD: 9 of the top SSDs on test
  2651. US carriers said to have rejected 'kill switch' technology last year - Network World
  2652. REVEALED: MPAA’s latest anti-piracy move accidentally, completely screws Hollywood studios | PandoDaily
  2653. Google Lobbying To Block Distracted Driving Laws Against Glass | TechCrunch
  2654. Usability and Network Security in Higher Education | EDUCAUSE.edu
  2655. Samsung Galaxy S5 reveals its hidden features | Mobile World Congress - CNET Reviews
  2656. Austin Begins To Show Us What Broadband Competition Was Supposed To Look Like | Techdirt
  2657. Paramount Afraid Tweeted Stills Of ‘Top Gun’ Compete With Actual Movie | TechCrunch
  2658. Sony to shutter two-thirds of its US stores
  2659. Apple Makes Big Improvements In iOS Management Tools For Enterprise And Education | TechCrunch
  2660. Google, Microsoft agree: Cloud is now safe enough to use | Security & Privacy - CNET News
  2661. Google Announces An Online Data Interpretation Class For The General Public | TechCrunch
  2662. 7 Common Computer Mistakes You Can Avoid
  2663. Are PCs Dying? Of Course Not, Here’s Why
  2664. Visualizing 15 Years Of Acquisitions By Apple, Google, Yahoo, Amazon, And Facebook | TechCrunch
  2665. IT pro's revitalization guide 2014
  2666. AT&T and IBM cement security partnership
  2667. TV Buying Guide: How To Pick The Right TV For Your Living Room
  2668. IT pros rank University of Texas San Antonio best school for cybersecurity - Network World
  2669. Gnome Boxes: An Easy Way To Set Up Virtual Machines in Linux
  2670. Samsung’s Dust- And Water Resistant Galaxy S5 Gets Official With Heart Rate Monitor, Fingerprint Scanner | TechCrunch
  2671. Samsung Galaxy S5
  2672. Make your Android device yours | Android and Me
  2673. First Ubuntu phones - First Ubuntu phones revealed (pictures)
  2674. Inside DuckDuckGo, Google's Tiniest, Fiercest Competitor
  2675. With Firefox OS, Mozilla begins the $25 smartphone push
  2676. How to Test the Security Savvy of Your Staff - Network World
  2677. 6 lessons learned about the scariest security threats - Network World
  2678. Andy Kessler: Why Super-Fast Internet Is Coming Super Slowly - WSJ.com
  2679. Slashdot
  2680. Gmail Guide: Getting to Know Gmail
  2681. SanDisk Packs 128GB Into A MicroSD Card | TechCrunch
  2682. The 2014 Premier 100 IT Leaders: Reinventing themselves many times over
  2683. Apple encryption mistake puts many desktop applications at risk
  2684. Technology Unlocks “Economies Of Unscale” For Small Businesses | TechCrunch
  2685. I started life as an Orphan and human scarecrow in Uganda. I earned 2 degrees at UC Berkeley and now run 3 companies including a non-profit, and was named 2014 forbes30under30 AMA!
  2686. Oregon Police Push State Law-Violating ID Scanners On Nightclub And Bar Owners | Techdirt
  2687. Cool Websites & Tools - Extract CSS, Microsoft Developer Tools, & Event Planning Page
  2688. 5 biggest mistakes of IT hiring managers
  2689. 8 Common Terms You Need To Know Before Buying Your Next TV
  2690. How To Optimize Data Transfer Speed To & From External Drives
  2691. PasswordBox Makes It Easier To Securely Log In To Mobile Apps With 1-Tap Login On Android (& iOS Beta) | TechCrunch
  2692. Zuck Says Ads Aren’t The Way To Monetize Messaging, WhatsApp Will Prioritize Growth Not Subscriptions | TechCrunch
  2693. How to Get Navigation Directions (Even Offline) Without Buying a GPS
  2694. Slashdot
  2695. Google eyes 34 cities for next step in gigabit fiber expansion
  2696. Demand for Linux skills rises
  2697. Ignorant NY Times Reporter Argues That The Public Domain Is Damaging Film | Techdirt
  2698. Google Fiber looks to bring gigabit internet to 34 new cities, Comcast quakes in its boots | ExtremeTech
  2699. Report finds iOS apps riskier than Android apps - Network World
  2700. OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive, and Box: Which cloud storage service is right for you? | Software - CNET Reviews
  2701. Why Facebook Dropped $19B On WhatsApp: Reach Into Europe, Emerging Markets | TechCrunch
  2702. How Things Change | TechCrunch
  2703. Facebook Buying WhatsApp For $19B, Will Keep The Messaging Service Independent | TechCrunch
  2704. Want to land an IT job in 2014? It helps to be a Linux pro
  2705. Google tells Glass users not to be 'Glassholes'
  2706. Google Glass (Explorer Edition, Version 2)
  2707. Privacy, consumer groups ask court to reject Facebook ads settlement - Network World
  2708. Zeus banking malware nestles a crucial file in a photo - Network World
  2709. Google Logins, Harmonix Chroma, Spotify IPO, Pokemon Twitch [Tech News Digest]
  2710. ​15+ Awesome Google+ Tricks You Might Not Know About
  2711. Samsung's Galaxy S5 fingerprint sensor 'confirmed' | Mobile - CNET News
  2712. Microsoft Launches Smart Visual Studio Add-On For Code Snippet Search | TechCrunch
  2713. Searchonymous Searches Google Anonymously While Signed In
  2714. Microsoft inks digital signature integration deal with DocuSign | Microsoft - CNET News
  2715. Google Thinks It Can Replace Passwords With Inaudible Sounds Only Your Phone Can Hear (GOOG) - Times Union
  2716. What Americans Don't Know About Science - Eleanor Barkhorn - The Atlantic
  2717. 5 Mistakes You Should Avoid When Buying A New Laptop
  2718. Denial-of-service vulnerability puts Apache Tomcat servers at risk - Network World
  2719. NoRoot Firewall Controls Internet Access for Apps
  2720. Measuring the effectiveness of your security awareness program - Network World
  2721. How does Verizon's 'More Everything' stack up to competitors' offers? | Mobile - CNET News
  2722. Hacking joins Swiss university's curriculum as businesses seek cyber skills - TwinCities.com
  2723. The Plus in Google Plus? It’s Mostly for Google - NYTimes.com
  2724. Is the Universe a Simulation? - NYTimes.com
  2725. Apple's Promised TV Revolution Will Be More Of The Same Crap, Thanks To Terrified Cable & Broadcast Executives | Techdirt
  2726. openSUSE 13.1: A Solid Linux Release With Long Term Support
  2727. Why you should be scared of Comcast and Time Warner Cable merging | The Verge
  2728. Protect your PC in the web's worst neighborhoods - Network World
  2729. Thanks for the gifs, Reddit! -AFV - Imgur
  2730. Excel Formulas: Useful Functions You Should Get to Know
  2731. Safer Internet Day: don’t be an online sheep – our Top 10 Tips help you think before you act | Naked Security
  2732. How Long Will Facebook Survive? [We Ask You]
  2733. The FCC is working on a plan to fix net neutrality, save the internet
  2734. Encrypt data in Mac OS, iPhone and iPad with Krypton | Hacker 10 – Security Hacker
  2735. Google Glass evangelist: It's not worth the headache | Technically Incorrect - CNET News
  2736. Congress Moves to Ban In-Flight Cell Calls, Blowhards at 30,000 Feet | Techdirt
  2737. Marc Andreessen: Tech Is Still Recovering From A Depression | TechCrunch
  2738. How to Use Your Google Maps — Offline | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
  2739. IT innovation challenging security pros' knowledge, resources - Network World
  2740. Report: EU to push to reduce US role in Internet governance - Network World
  2741. Silicon Valley both slams and supports PayPal president | VentureBeat | Business | by Jordan Novet
  2742. Excel Formulas: Relative and Absolute Cell Reference, and Formatting
  2743. Slashdot
  2744. How to fix an iPad that's been disabled after entering the wrong passcode
  2745. This App Lets You Skip The Lines At Costco | ZAGGblog
  2746. Amazon Flow For iOS Makes Buying Stuff Even Easier | ZAGGblog
  2747. Free ebooks from Microsoft Press
  2748. Top 10 States for IT Jobs
  2749. How Amazon Forced CVS to Stop Selling Cigarettes | Wired Business | Wired.com
  2750. 7 Reasons Not to Use Open Source Software
  2751. NYPD tests Google Glass as they mull becoming Robocops | Naked Security
  2752. Excel Formulas: Defining and Creating a Formula
  2753. Slashdot
  2754. John the Ripper Pro (JtR Pro) password cracker for Mac OS X
  2755. Apple's iBeacon turns location sensing inside out
  2756. Stop Wifi tracking in Android with Pry-Fi | Hacker 10 – Security Hacker
  2757. Running Linux from USB: Are You Doing It Right?
  2758. Why Windows Uses Backslashes and Everything Else Uses Forward Slashes
  2759. Dropbox Alternative HubiC Now Offers 10TB For $13.50 Per Month | TechCrunch
  2760. You’d Be Surprised By What Really Motivates Users | TechCrunch
  2761. Hackers can use Snapchat to disable iPhones, researcher says - SiliconValley.com
  2762. Snowden nicked NSA docs with common tool, raising more concern about agency -- report | Politics and Law - CNET News
  2763. 4 Ways to Teach Yourself Terminal Commands in Linux
  2764. OpenTable Buys Ness For $17.3M To Beef Up Mobile And Restaurant Recommendations | TechCrunch
  2765. Google puts YouTube first in new music search results | The Verge
  2766. Report shows US federal agencies are failing to employ very basic security measures | Naked Security
  2767. Comcast servers compromised by same attackers as Bell Canada | Naked Security
  2768. Apple eyes quantum dots for next phase of Retina Display development | Apple - CNET News
  2769. Running YouTrack Issue And Project Tracking Tool On nginx (Debian Wheezy) | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials
  2770. Sony To Exit PC Business By Selling VAIO | TechCrunch
  2771. How to get the job you want in 2014's hot IT job market
  2772. Don’t Like Your Facebook “Look Back”? You’ll Be Able To Edit It Soon. | TechCrunch
  2773. The 2014 Sony World Photography Awards - In Focus - The Atlantic
  2774. Eight things CEO Nadella needs to do to jump-start Microsoft | Microsoft - CNET News
  2775. Sochi visitors entering hacking 'minefield' by firing up electronics | Security & Privacy - CNET News
  2776. Snowden Docs Show GCHQ Tried To DDoS Anonymous
  2777. Apple And Others Fund $750 Million In Education Gadgets And Internet Broadband | TechCrunch
  2778. Apple Said To Be Exploring Inductive Charging And Solar Power In iWatch Testing | TechCrunch
  2779. Newegg Launches $50 Amazon Prime Competitor | TechCrunch
  2780. Oculus Rift And Thalmic’s Myo Armband Are A Match Made In Heaven, Say Founders And Investors | TechCrunch
  2781. Verizon denies throttling Amazon's cloud, Netflix services
  2782. Turn an Old PC Into a NAS, VPN, Media Streamer, and More with Amahi
  2783. 11 more oddball real-world tech job interview questions
  2784. Top IT admin trends 2013-2014
  2785. Suspected data breach at Holiday Inn, Marriott hotels - Network World
  2786. Law Enforcement Is Not About Generating Revenue: Speed Trap And Booking Fee Edition | Techdirt
  2787. Slashdot
  2788. Facebook turns 10: A look back at the milestones
  2789. Paper Now Available For iOS In The US, And It Could Be A Facebook Replacement | TechCrunch
  2790. Google I/O 2013: Voiding Your Warranty: Hacking Glass
  2791. Facial Recognition App for Glass Challenges Google's Ban on the Technology
  2792. Through a Face Scanner, Darkly : The New Yorker
  2793. How to Beef Up Your Password Security | NBC 10 Philadelphia
  2794. Octonius Searches & Groups Files From Evernote, Dropbox, Google Drive
  2795. A history of data storage [Infographic]
  2796. Former TSA Agent Explains Full Body Scanners Didn't Work, But Did Let Him See You Naked
  2797. 4 ways the Open Compute Project will impact hardware design
  2798. How the rise of hybrid clouds will reshape IT
  2799. Security Showdown 2014 | PCWorld
  2800. Multi-platform Java bot marshals ZOMBIE FORCE against spammers • The Register
  2801. Schneier on Security: Catalog of Snowden Revelations
  2802. VPN flaw reported in latest version of Android - Network World
  2803. Paper
  2804. A New Twist On Steganography From The Creator Of BitTorrent | Techdirt
  2805. Facebook Announces Paper, A Curated Visual News Reader Launching Feb. 3 On iOS | TechCrunch
  2806. Special report: The triumph of JavaScript
  2807. GoDaddy Admits Hacker’s Social Engineering Led It To Divulge Info In @N Twitter Account Hack | TechCrunch
  2808. Slashdot
  2809. Book smart, security stupid: Rogue professors flunk Security 101
  2810. Slashdot
  2811. Tech Salary Guide for 2014
  2812. Download FreeBSD 10 CD / DVD ISO Images
  2813. Google Glass just got a lot less geeky | The Verge
  2814. Facebook Saved Over A Billion Dollars By Building Open Sourced Servers | TechCrunch
  2815. The Simpsons may have the smartest thoughts yet about Google Glass
  2816. OCW Bookshelf | Open Matters
  2817. Samsung Said To Be Planning ‘Galaxy Glass’ Computing Eyeware This Fall | TechCrunch
  2818. A Beginner's Guide to Encryption: What It Is and How to Set it Up
  2819. Five Best Remote Desktop Tools
  2820. Samsung And Google Bury The Apple Hatchet, Sign 10-Year Patent Agreement | TechCrunch
  2821. The dumb state of the smart home | The Verge
  2822. 16 Free eBooks On Machine Learning!
  2823. Mohiomap Creates a Mind Map to Browse Your Evernote
  2824. How the 'Netflix of books' won over the publishing industry (Q&A) | Internet & Media - CNET News
  2825. Facebook Hilariously Debunks Princeton Study Saying It Will Lose 80% Of Users | TechCrunch
  2826. Apple Preparing For Push Into Mobile Payments For Physical Goods, WSJ Reports | TechCrunch
  2827. Pot's Money Problem
  2828. The 8 most significant ways physical security has evolved - Network World
  2829. Map of preventable disease outbreaks shows the influence of anti-vaccination movements
  2830. You’ll Never Guess What Hackers Used in a Complex Cyber Attack | TheBlaze.com
  2831. Tracing the origins of the Macintosh | Apple - CNET News
  2832. Slashdot
  2833. Apple Brings iBooks Textbooks And iTunes U Course Manager To New International Markets | TechCrunch
  2834. Become an Evernote power user: 10 must-know tips | PCWorld
  2835. The challenges of mobile application security
  2836. 4 Ways You Will Get Hacked Against Your Will - ABC News
  2837. Technology and jobs: Coming to an office near you | The Economist
  2838. The Best PCs You Can Build for $300, $600, and $1200
  2839. 10 free router and IP admin tools you should know about
  2840. University programs groom big data talent
  2841. I work in a small metal shop and this is what we make.
  2842. Ten Things You May Not Know About Ebook Prices | TechCrunch
  2843. The Tablet Is The New General Purpose Computer | TechCrunch
  2844. Amazon plans to ship your packages before you even buy them
  2845. Cybercrooks slip fingers into TELLIES+FRIDGES, spam splurge ensues • The Register
  2846. Detailed Study Suggests NSA Rarely Useful In Stopping Terrorism | Techdirt
  2847. NSA Spying Fallout Hits French Satellite Deal | Techdirt
  2848. The wrong words: how the FCC lost net neutrality and could kill the internet
  2849. Developing an Information Security and Risk Management Strategy (Part 1) :: Intrusion Detection :: Articles & Tutorials :: WindowSecurity.com
  2850. 2014 Federal Spending Bill Contains Demands For Transparency On NSA Surveillance Programs | Techdirt
  2851. Google Play Movies & TV Comes To iOS To Compete Head-To-Head Against iTunes Store | TechCrunch
  2852. Six Life Lessons I've Learned from Programming
  2853. Slashdot
  2854. Even President Obama Thinks That Facebook Isn’t Cool Anymore | TechCrunch
  2855. Professional Learning
  2856. Appeals court strikes down FCC's net neutrality rules
  2857. Hot IT job skills in 2014: Mobile, web development and big data
  2858. Make your Android device a whole lot smarter with these handy apps
  2859. CES 2014: Desperately seeking life after the PC
  2860. Slashdot
  2861. The 7 best habits of effective security pros
  2862. How the NSA Almost Killed the Internet | Threat Level | Wired.com
  2863. Facial recognition app matches strangers to online profiles | Crave - CNET
  2864. CES 2014
  2865. Five Best Programming Languages for First-Time Learners
  2866. Top 10 Best Productivity Apps for Android
  2867. mod_alias - Apache HTTP Server
  2868. BBC News - The gentle art of cracking passwords
  2869. Amazon to deliver by drone? Don't believe the hype | James Ball | Comment is free | theguardian.com
  2870. explainshell.com - match command-line arguments to their help text
  2871. Stress-buster: Microsoft bra battles emotional overeating | Crave - CNET
  2872. Your Top Picks: Tom's Hardware Forums' Q4 2013 BestConfigs - Presenting The BestConfigs Poll Results
  2873. Three Problems Stopping Bezos’ Army Of Amazon Delivery Drones | TechCrunch
  2874. Amazon Is Experimenting With Autonomous Flying Delivery Drones | TechCrunch
  2875. Worm targets Linux PCs and embedded devices | PCWorld
  2876. Being A Victim Of Revenge Porn Forced Me To Change My Name | Thought Catalog
  2877. Virus can attack ‘any bank in any country’ - IOL SciTech | IOL.co.za
  2878. 23andMe Is Terrifying, But Not for the Reasons the FDA Thinks: Scientific American
  2879. NSA Spied On Porn Habits Of 'Radicalizers,' Planned To Use Details To Embarrass Them | Techdirt
  2880. FaceCrypt App | Password And Data Vault With Facial Recognition | The Face Of Security
  2881. Slashdot
  2882. Hacking cars' computers could be problem of the future - MSNewsNow.com - Jackson, MS
  2883. Cheat Sheet : All Cheat Sheets in one page
  2884. God Mode - Imgur
  2885. ISC Diary | Are large scale Man in The Middle attacks underway?
  2886. Worm targeting Apache Tomcat servers, possibly for DDoS - Network World
  2887. US Working Overtime Behind The Scenes To Kill UN Plan To Protect Online Privacy From Snooping | Techdirt
  2888. The Best Video Chat Application for Android
  2889. Bon Jovi's Livin on a Prayer Hits Again Because of Viral Video, Again - Peter Kafka - Media - AllThingsD
  2890. Following both sides of the decentralized vs. centralized IT debate
  2891. Good news, job seekers: IT certifications are hot again
  2892. Fake Windows tech support calls continue to plague consumers
  2893. Why Network Security is the Foundation for Cyber Strategy - CIO.com
  2894. Education Is Getting a Reboot: Scientific American
  2895. UPDATE: Encrypt the Web Report: Who's Doing What | Electronic Frontier Foundation
  2896. Google Takes You Through Middle-Earth, Providing Both An Eagle- And A Hobbit’s-Eye View | TechCrunch
  2897. Cryptolocker: The evolution of extortion - Network World
  2898. Adobe's Photoshop-Lightroom deal open to all comers | Business Tech - CNET News
  2899. LG Smart TV Caught Collecting Data On Files Stored On Connected USB Drives | Techdirt
  2900. Security fail: When trusted IT people go bad
  2901. 6 Awesome Easter Eggs Hidden in Programs You Use Every Day
  2902. Hacking wifi
  2903. How To Crack A Wi-Fi Network's WPA Password With Reaver
  2904. Password Hacking
  2905. Google to pay $17 million to settle user tracking allegations - NBC News.com
  2906. Five More Arrested In Massive Cyber Heist, Which Included $3 Million From NYC ATMs - NY1
  2907. Slashdot
  2908. My Biggest Interview Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)
  2909. Amazon Updates Fire OS With Deep Goodreads Integration, Better Enterprise Support, “Second Screen” & More
  2910. Can you build a gaming PC better than the PS4 for $400? | ExtremeTech
  2911. GCHQ tracks diplomats' hotel bookings to plant bugs, say leaked docs • The Register
  2912. Lubbock ISD Internet hacked, student suspected - KSWO, Lawton, OK- Wichita Falls, TX: News, Weather, Sports. ABC, 24/7, Telemundo -
  2913. MSN Careers - 11 common interview questions that are actually illegal - Career Advice Article
  2914. Sysadmins forced to CLEAN UP after bosses WATCH SMUT at work • The Register
  2915. Hacker virus seizes files, ransoms for cash | Boston Herald
  2916. Like online stores, retail stores look to track you while you're shopping
  2917. Microsoft Admits Its Datacenters Are Wide Open To NSA Attacks | Techdirt
  2918. Google: We're bombarded by gov't requests on user data | Security & Privacy - CNET News
  2919. Education Startup Udacity Bets It Can Fill The Need For More Data Scientists With New Online Degree Program | TechCrunch
  2920. Stanford on iTunes U
  2921. Amazon bashes private clouds, launches virtual desktops
  2922. Gift Guide: Gadgets (And An App) For Digital Bookworms And Writers | TechCrunch
  2923. Navigate Files Like a Pro with These Finder Tips and Tricks
  2924. Facebook Launches Open Academy To Give Kids College Credit For Open Source Contributions | TechCrunch
  2925. Schneier on Security: Cryptographic Blunders Revealed by Adobe's Password Leak
  2926. 10 best car apps for smartphones
  2927. CatchApp for iPhone helps managers track what their teams are working on
  2928. Manufacturers building security flaws into Android smartphones
  2929. Android smartphones dominate, Windows gains: survey
  2930. How long do hard drives actually live for? | ExtremeTech
  2931. Scams sprout with rollout of Obamacare | wtsp.com
  2932. Banking malware infections rise to highest level since 2002 - Network World
  2933. Thousands may be hit by cyber attack - UTV Live News
  2934. This Is Apple’s New Mothership Of An HQ | TechCrunch
  2935. Surprise! Java is fastest for server-side Web apps
  2936. 18 must-have Android productivity apps
  2937. Stephen King bibliography - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  2938. Phishers hijacking brands from new markets to lure victims - Network World
  2939. Yet ANOTHER IE 0-day hole found: Malware-flingers already using it for drive-by badness • The Register
  2940. You'd Think NSA Employees Would Know Better Than To Hand Out Their Passwords, But Many Gave Them To Snowden | Techdirt
  2941. 22 Examples Of NSA Surveillance Creating Chilling Effects | Techdirt
  2942. The Right Way to Parallel Park, Step-by-Step
  2943. Rogue US-Israeli cyberwar weapon 'infected Russian nuclear plant' • The Register
  2944. The Revolutionaries in Our Midst | Common Dreams
  2945. Internet security: Besieged | The Economist
  2946. Crowdfunded audit of 'NSA-proof' encryption suite TrueCrypt is GO • The Register
  2947. Windows Vista, Lync, older Office versions under attack via new vulnerability - Network World
  2948. Berners-Lee: 'Appalling and foolish' NSA spying HELPS CRIMINALS • The Register
  2949. Want to protect your Android phone? Here's how to kill its crapware. | ITworld
  2950. Slashdot
  2951. New bug bounty program rewards researchers for finding flaws in widely used software - Network World
  2952. Build a Website — Squarespace
  2953. Biggest Tech Industry Layoffs of 2013
  2954. Adobe confirms stolen passwords were encrypted, not hashed - Network World
  2955. Confident Multitaskers Are the Most Dangerous behind the Wheel: Scientific American
  2956. Aussie Security Research Hacks Music Charts, Puts His Own 'Songs' Up Top | Techdirt
  2957. Sync, BitTorrent’s Server-Less Dropbox Competitor, Hits 1M Active Users, Now Available As An API | TechCrunch
  2958. 6 Essential Tips for First-Time PC Builders
  2959. Apple Patents Home Automation Technology That Adjusts Settings Based On Device Location | TechCrunch
  2960. Slashdot
  2961. 12 must-have iPad apps for newbies
  2962. Media for Thinking the Unthinkable
  2963. iPad Air review | The Verge
  2964. Are Google's E-mail Scans Wiretapping?: Scientific American Podcast
  2965. iPad Air Adoption 5X That Of iPad 4 After Opening Weekend, Says Fiksu | TechCrunch
  2966. First Google, now Microsoft, taps Texas for wind energy | Microsoft - CNET News
  2967. Hackers Get Tons Of Detailed Info On Nearly 1 Million Rich & Famous By Copying Major Limo Broker Service's Database | Techdirt
  2968. We're About to Lose Net Neutrality — And the Internet as We Know It | Wired Opinion | Wired.com
  2969. Schneier on Security: badBIOS
  2970. Seven Radeon R9 280X Graphics Cards, Rounded-Up - Seven Radeon R9 280X Cards, Rounded-Up
  2971. The Best Image Editing App for Mac OS X
  2972. Evidence That Tech Sector Is In A Bubble - Business Insider
  2973. Trucker said viewing women on Facebook at time of fatal crash | Technically Incorrect - CNET News
  2974. App Indexing, Predictive Services, And Unlocking Mobile Distribution | TechCrunch
  2975. The World’s Languages in Your Pocket (No Internet Required)
  2976. How to Use Android Device Manager to Find, Wipe, & Lock Your Samsung Galaxy S3
  2977. Learn More about Courses from Scientific American and NYU-Poly | @ScientificAmerican, Scientific American Blog Network
  2978. iPad? Shoo! This UK government meeting will brook no spying | Technically Incorrect - CNET News
  2979. Slashdot
  2980. Yahoo's Mayer on the Talent Hunt for Tech Journalists (Even From ATD!) - Kara Swisher - Media - AllThingsD
  2981. Woz: If I were at Apple, we'd be partners with Google | Technically Incorrect - CNET News
  2982. Slashdot
  2983. NSA files decoded: Edward Snowden's surveillance revelations explained | World news | theguardian.com
  2984. How a grad student trying to build the first botnet brought the Internet to its knees
  2985. Pizza Hut shows off digital ordering table | T3
  2986. How Steve Jobs Made the iPad Succeed When All Other Tablets Failed | Wired Opinion | Wired.com
  2987. Google Glass Milestone: Driver Ticketed For Wearing Google Glass | Techdirt
  2988. Samsung pays Apple $1 Billion sending 30 trucks full of 5 cent coins
  2989. Healthcare.gov sends user information to third parties, violating its own privacy policy | The Verge
  2990. Open-source software projects need to improve vulnerability handling practices, researchers say - Network World
  2991. Cops should be allowed to hack into computers, police officials say - Network World
  2992. Embattled Snowden email provider returns with new Dark Mail encryption service | The Verge
  2993. When the phone call is more dangerous than malware
  2994. Slashdot
  2995. Stolen Adobe account data goes public, Photoshop source code breached - Network World
  2996. Total Recall: Your First Superhero Kiss and Other Secure Passwords
  2997. Report says U.S. tapped cardinals’ phones ahead of conclave - The Washington Post
  2998. Cyber-attacks are the greatest threats UK businesses face - Telegraph
  2999. Samsung Galaxy S3 SIII Li-ion battery (84% OFF)
  3000. NSA Breaks Into Yahoo And Google's Data Centers Without Their Knowledge | Techdirt
  3001. How the NSA May Be Tapping Yahoo's and Google's Fiber Optic Cables
  3002. Report: NSA breaks into Yahoo, Google data center links
  3003. iPad Air Review: Apple Makes Big Tablets Beautiful All Over Again | TechCrunch
  3004. The Little French Girl who played with Wild Beasts
  3005. Speed and Power Packed Into a Thin iPad Air - Walt Mossberg - Personal Technology - AllThingsD
  3006. Dispatch Adds Unified Inbox, Dropbox Integration, and More
  3007. ResearchGate: “Forget About Revenue Until The Network Is Valuable Enough To Command It” | TechCrunch
  3008. Peak Oil May Keep Catastrophic Climate Change in Check: Scientific American
  3009. Working Smarter with the Linux Desktop
  3010. Slashdot
  3011. Seven essentials for VM management and security - Network World
  3012. Windows XP users six times more likely to be hacked
  3013. 5 Best and 5 Worst Cities for IT Salaries
  3014. Apple Just Ended the Era of Paid Operating Systems | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3015. How to Break Into a Computer (and Prevent It from Happening to You)
  3016. Revisions - Ask Ubuntu
  3017. 'Thousands of iPhone, iPad apps' vulnerable to simple redirect joyriders • The Register
  3018. The Budgee Bot Can Help You Bear Your Burden | TechCrunch
  3019. Slashdot
  3020. Amazon's Kindle Matchbook Offers Cheap Ebook Versions of Books You Own
  3021. Car trouble? There's an app for that
  3022. Is Google building a hulking floating data center in SF Bay?
  3023. Mozilla Lightbeam Helps You Find Out Who Is Watching You on the Internet
  3024. concrete5 :: Backup and Restore File Permissions In Linux
  3025. Study: 38 percent of kids under 2 have used a mobile device | Crave - CNET
  3026. Netflix Flirts With a New Idea: “Big” Movies at Your House, the Same Day They’re in Theaters
  3027. Schneier on Security: Defending Against Crypto Backdoors
  3028. How to play MKV, AVI, VOB, Tivo, WMV, MPG, FLV, F4V on Kindle Fire HDX 7-PC Mac Compatibility Issues
  3029. The Mobile Device & Network Security Bible: 2013 - 2020
  3030. Antigua and Barbuda: The new Pirate Bay?
  3031. Can You Click Your Way To Happiness? New Self-Help Service For The Stressed & Sad, Happify, Makes Big Claims | TechCrunch
  3032. Google fights for Internet freedom with new tools - Network World
  3033. The Verge weekend reads, October 27 - Readlists
  3034. Chatty leaders vulnerable to foreign surveillance | Nation & World | The Seattle Times
  3035. Emacs as my <Leader>: Vim Survival Guide - bling on software development
  3036. Top 5 Best Web Browsers for Android Phones
  3037. How embassy eavesdropping works | www.duncan.gn.apc.org
  3038. Phone-Hacking Trial Set to Start - Jenny Gross and Cassel Bryan-Low - Media - AllThingsD
  3039. Statistical Data Mining Tutorials
  3040. Bruce Schneier On The Feudal Internet And How To Fight It | Techdirt
  3041. Is It Actually Cheaper to Order Everything from Amazon?
  3042. Slashdot
  3043. 4 ways metrics can improve security awareness programs - Network World
  3044. How to Download OS X Mavericks for Free | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
  3045. TSA Security Checks Begin Long Before Travelers Arrive At The Airport | Techdirt
  3046. Contractors Who Built Healthcare.gov Website Blame Each Other For All The Problems | Techdirt
  3047. OS X Mavericks Review: Apple’s Mac Operating System Has A Need For Speed | TechCrunch
  3048. 10 things that scare the bejeezus out of IT pros
  3049. How the cloud is blowing up the network
  3050. Even the tech-savvy are prone to compromise - Network World
  3051. You. Netgear ReadyNAS owners. Have you closed your gaping holes today? • The Register
  3052. Gov't Contractor Uses Copyright, Fear Of Hackers To Get Restraining Order Against Open Source Developer | Techdirt
  3053. Fedora Package Database -- xinetd
  3054. Samsung Developing Eye Scanner for Galaxy S5 - MEGATechNews
  3055. Digital Attack Map
  3056. SANS NewsBites
  3057. Slashdot
  3058. Awesome Stuff: Hacking Your Car | Techdirt
  3059. Crooks 'stole' Experian data the old-fashioned way: They bought it
  3060. Slashdot
  3061. Essential considerations when making changes to security - Network World
  3062. Advanced attackers seen moving to sophisticated hacking technique - Network World
  3063. Dianne Feinstein Is Simply Wrong In Claiming NSA Dragnet Would Have Been Helpful In Stopping 9/11 | Techdirt
  3064. The Makerbot Digitizer Is Nearly Magic | TechCrunch
  3065. Apple's claim of unbreakable iMessage encryption 'basically lies,' researchers say - Network World
  3066. Computer Virus Hits Heartland, Makes Users Pay
  3067. Post-Snowden, U.K. Parliamentary Committee To Probe Individual Privacy Vs. National Security | TechCrunch
  3068. What the Internet of Things means for security - Network World
  3069. Insider threats and how they can be mitigated - Network World
  3070. Oyster's Netflix-like ebook subscription service now available for all iPad and iPhone users | The Verge
  3071. Man accused of hacking ex-girlfriend's computer, deleting class schedule | The Advertiser | theadvertiser.com
  3072. Virus holds computer files ransom - WTOC-TV: Savannah, Beaufort, SC, News, Weather & Sports
  3073. Tutorial Using Wireshark
  3074. Wireshark Basics Tutorial
  3075. SysVinit to Systemd Cheatsheet - FedoraProject
  3076. Technology & Marketing Law Blog: California's New Law Shows It's Not Easy To Regulate Revenge Porn (Forbes Cross-Post)
  3077. SANS NewsBites
  3078. Should Whole Disk Encryption Software Be a Part of Your Network Security Program - San Francisco Technology | Examiner.com
  3079. Two Florida Students Charged In Connection With A Bullied 12-Year-Old's Suicide | Techdirt
  3080. Skimbox Automatically Sorts Your Email by Importance
  3081. Indonesia Passes China to Become Top Source of Cyber-Attack Traffic - Bloomberg
  3082. Don’t let mobile malware steal your company data • The Register
  3083. Tech Talker : What Is a DDoS Attack? :: Quick and Dirty Tips ™
  3084. What Is a DDoS Attack?: Scientific American
  3085. To Get Around US Law, The NSA Collects Email Address Books And Chat Buddy Lists From Foreign Locations | TechCrunch
  3086. The Most Common Home Repairs You Can Easily Do Yourself
  3087. Schneier on Security: Massive MIMO Cryptosystem
  3088. Hackers Steal From Aircraft Sales Company
  3089. IBM on Watson: Our son, the doctor's helper | Cutting Edge - CNET News
  3090. Facial Recognition Software That Returns Incorrect Results 20% Of The Time Is Good Enough For The FBI | Techdirt
  3091. 8 most interesting tech gadgets of 2013
  3092. Worst data breaches of 2013 (part 3!)
  3093. All the Awesome Stuff You Can Do with a Custom Android Launcher
  3094. SANS NewsBites
  3095. Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus (2014) Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  3096. Chief digital officer IT jobs emerge to bridge IT and end users
  3097. Five Habits IT Security Professionals Need To Break -- Dark Reading
  3098. Legal Fears Put Mobile Backups In Spotlight -- Dark Reading
  3099. The retaliation begins: Google profiles get Schmidt-faced
  3100. Back door found in D-Link routers • The Register
  3101. The CEOs Are Wrong: Smart Machines Will Replace Millions Of Jobs | TechCrunch
  3102. Microsoft's new mission statement: No more computer on every desk | ZDNet
  3103. Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7
  3104. Monterey County computer hack exposes information of nearly 145,000 residents - Santa Cruz Sentinel
  3105. The Best Extensions and User Scripts to Power Up Feedly
  3106. National Insecurity: How The NSA Has Put The Internet And Our Security At Risk | Techdirt
  3107. Oops: Azerbaijan released election results before voting had even started
  3108. Encryption Tech Designed to Look Like an Instagram Filter | Wired Design | Wired.com
  3109. Report indicates insider threats leading cause of data breaches in last 12 months - Network World
  3110. How the Bible and YouTube are fueling the next frontier of password cracking | Ars Technica
  3111. The Good And Bad In Chaotic eBook Pricing | Techdirt
  3112. 15 Technologies The Legacy Content Companies Have Sued In The Past 15 Years | Techdirt
  3113. London Police Order Registrars To Shut Down A Bunch Of Websites Without Any Legal Basis; Threaten Registrars If They Don't Comply | Techdirt
  3114. 10 things every new Mac user should know
  3115. Google To Be Punished In France For Failing To Pare Back Its Overreaching Privacy Policy | TechCrunch
  3116. After Near-$1B Inventory Write-Down, BlackBerry Starts Selling Unlocked Smartphones Direct To U.S. Buyers | TechCrunch
  3117. NSA Experimented With Cell Phone Location Tracking Program | TechCrunch
  3118. Adobe Hacked, Data for Millions of Customers Stolen
  3119. Windows 8 Picture Passwords Easy to Crack, say Researchers
  3120. NSA and GCHQ target Tor network that protects anonymity of web users
  3121. Study: Most CEOs lack vision, leadership on new computer tech
  3122. Phony Web Traffic Tricks Digital Ads - Christopher S. Stewart and Suzanne Vranica - News - AllThingsD
  3123. Is that hotspot safe to use? Wi-Fi Alliance wants to help - Network World
  3124. Shutdown could test IT security at federal agencies - Network World
  3125. McAfee the man launches 'NSA-thwarting' $100 privacy gizmo • The Register
  3126. Symantec takes on one of largest botnets in history | Security & Privacy - CNET News
  3127. With HarperCollins Deal, Scribd Unveils Its Bid To Become The Netflix For Books | TechCrunch
  3128. http://www.networkworld.com/news/2013/093013-encryption-tips-274185.html
  3129. US hacker 'made Irish teen strip online' - Independent.ie
  3130. Miss Teen USA's 'sextortion,' found out through social media - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff
  3131. How to Root Galaxy S3 on Mac OSX/Linux/Ubuntu! [Jelly Bean] U.S./Canadian ~ Android Rootz | Source for Android Rooting, ROMS, Tricks and more!
  3132. Hammond’s ‘cyber army’ of hackers and IT experts - The Scotsman
  3133. September/October Scientific American MIND News Ticker: Scientific American
  3134. Spectre of an iWatch looms over the smartwatch market | Mobile - CNET News
  3135. Brute-force malware targets email and FTP servers | PCWorld
  3136. 7 sneak attacks used by today's most devious hackers - network security, data security, Microsoft, security, data protection, cyber crime, malware - Computerworld
  3137. Sweet-talking Siri opens stalking security hole in iOS 7 • The Register
  3138. Parallels Desktop 9 Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  3139. How to Escape the Dark Valley of Your Hadoop Journey - Gary Nakamura - Voices - AllThingsD
  3140. With Weak Back-To-School Sales, The PC Market Is Now Microsoft’s To Save | TechCrunch
  3141. Accessing WebDAV as a Filesystem With davfs2
  3142. davfs2 - Summary [Savannah]
  3143. The Security of Popular Cloud Storage Sites | SYS-CON MEDIA
  3144. VMware Fusion 6 Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  3145. Anti-Virus Boot Times Compared: Paid Options Come Out On Top
  3146. U.S. Says Iran Hacked Navy Computers
  3147. What the Web Looked Like Before Google - Rebecca Greenfield - The Atlantic Wire
  3148. The NSA reveals how many analysts abused its database to spy on their lovers | The Verge
  3149. Schneier on Security: Paradoxes of Big Data
  3150. System Builder Marathon: Performance And Value Compared - One, Twice, Three Times A PC
  3151. Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  3152. California Car Dealers Go Crying To DMV About Tesla's Website | Techdirt
  3153. Russians Censor Website About Russians Censoring Websites | Techdirt
  3154. Logical Increments - PC Buying Guide
  3155. Fake Yelp reviews account for one in five reviews on Yelp | BGR
  3156. Data center certification options vs. less calculable IT skills
  3157. 7 service requests that make IT support folks cry
  3158. Apple is a tempting phishing target for scammers - Network World
  3159. Keeping Hackers Out Of Your Body: 'Heartbeat Password' Protects Pacemakers, Implanted Insulin Pumps From Cyber Intrusion
  3160. Medical Devices Vulnerable to Hackers, New Report Says | LiveScience
  3161. Why your dumpster is a haven for hackers - The Business Review
  3162. Exclusive: John McAfee vows to make Internet 'impossible to hack' in Silicon Valley return | McClatchy
  3163. Amazon Announces The Kindle HDX 7- And 8.9-Inch Tablets With High-Res Screens, 2GHz Processors | TechCrunch
  3164. Virginia Tech breach exposes data on 145K job applicants - Network World
  3165. Schneier on Security: Good Summary of Potential NSA Involvement in a NIST RNG Standard
  3166. Brazil aims to bypass US-centric Internet - Business - Jamaica Gleaner - Wednesday | September 25, 2013
  3167. An attempt to backdoor the kernel [LWN.net]
  3168. Tone Deaf Dianne Feinstein Thinks Now Is A Good Time To Revive CISPA | Techdirt
  3169. Slacker Radio (for iPhone) Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  3170. 15% Of Americans Don’t Have Internet. 5% Think It’s Irrelevant. | TechCrunch
  3171. Slashdot
  3172. 15 iPhone Apps Millennials Can't Live Without
  3173. How to Develop the Hireable Skills You'll Actually Need After College
  3174. SANS NewsBites
  3175. More And More Research Showing That The Assumptions Underpinning Copyright Law Are Fundamentally Wrong | Techdirt
  3176. Apple Fingerprint Hack: A Great Reminder -- InformationWeek
  3177. Surface 2 declassified: How Microsoft made Surface into the tablet the world said it wanted: Scientific American
  3178. Spain Ratchets Up Anti-Piracy Laws To Even More Ridiculous Levels: Criminal Penalties For Linking To Infringing Works | Techdirt
  3179. Surprise: Paywalls Cause Massive Falls In Number Of Visitors – And Boost Competitors | Techdirt
  3180. Khan Academy
  3181. The Logic Behind 19 Common Interview Questions
  3182. Looking Beyond Medical Records, Practice Fusion Lands A Whopping $70M To Bring A Big Data Cure To The Healthcare Crisis | TechCrunch
  3183. Microsoft Surface 2 unveiled, launching with Windows RT 8.1 | T3
  3184. What if Verizon succeeds in killing the Internet?
  3185. Inside Dropbox's Quest to Bury the Hard Drive | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3186. Hacking courses offer cybercrooks tips on how to hone skills - Network World
  3187. Healthcare IT Security Is Difficult, But Not Impossible - Network World
  3188. New ransomware strain forces hapless users into becoming Bitcoin miners • The Register
  3189. Smashing through the media hype: iPhone 5s fingerprint reader not really “less secure” or “hacked”
  3190. Why Apple's 'indoor GPS' plan is brilliant
  3191. Dropbox takes a peek at files - Network World
  3192. So, Linus Torvalds: Did US spooks demand a backdoor in Linux? 'Yes' • The Register
  3193. Another Court Won't Block Dish's AutoHopper; TV Networks Plan To Shoot Selves In Foot In Response | Techdirt
  3194. Universal Music Targeting Domain Registrars To Take Down File Sharing Sites Without Due Process | Techdirt
  3195. Apple iOS 7 Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  3196. Apple Finally Dons Big Boy Business Pants With iOS 7 | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
  3197. Apple's iOS 7 Heralds the Dawn of the Mobile-First Era | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3198. Intel: The year of the Linux desktop is here | ZDNet
  3199. How to Boost Your WiFi Signal (Part 1): Scientific American
  3200. The NSA Has No Solution For The Real 'Snowden Problem' And It's Only Going To Get Worse | Techdirt
  3201. NBC Universal Funded Study Shows, Yet Again, How Infringement Is Hollywood's Own Damn Fault | Techdirt
  3202. How to use body language to get served first at a bar - Telegraph
  3203. iOS 7's Biggest Annoyances (and How to Fix Them)
  3204. Dealhacker: 3TB Drives, $50 Roku 2 XS, and a Great A/V Receiver
  3205. Microsoft warns of IE zero day in the wild, all IE versions vulnerable
  3206. China-based hacking group behind hundreds of attacks on U.S. companies - Network World
  3207. A quantum leap for network security - 18 Sep 2013 - Computing Analysis
  3208. Complacency: the 8th Deadly Sin of IT Security (Part 2) :: Misc Network Security :: Articles & Tutorials :: WindowSecurity.com
  3209. Meet the Unmagnificent Seven: The critical holes plugged in Firefox update • The Register
  3210. MPAA & RIAA Return To Blaming Google For Their Own Inability To Innovate | Techdirt
  3211. Apple Reinvents Its Wheel With iOS7, Takes Developers Along For The Ride | TechCrunch
  3212. Apple's Fingerprint ID May Mean You Can't 'Take the Fifth' | Wired Opinion | Wired.com
  3213. How to Protect Your PC Against Devious Security Traps - CIO.com
  3214. Fatal crypto flaw in some government-certified smartcards makes forgery a snap | Ars Technica
  3215. 'HoneyDocs' lays irresistible bait for hackers - intrusion, security, data breach, data protection, HoneyDocs - Computerworld
  3216. I Have to Rent My Software Now? How Does That Work?: Scientific American
  3217. Virgin Mobile's 'Blinkwashing' asks your eyelids to skip ads | Internet & Media - CNET News
  3218. Laptop Keyboard Not Working? Here's What To Do | PCMag.com
  3219. On Eve Of iOS 7 Launch, Apple Starts Letting Users Install Last Compatible Versions Of Apps | TechCrunch
  3220. Court ruling a warning to companies on workers' Facebook privacy - Network World
  3221. Cryptography & Security - CodeProject
  3222. Experts warn fingerprints on iPhone 5S are ‘a gift for hackers’ | Metro News
  3223. Schneier on Security: Take Back the Internet
  3224. Yes, The FBI Used Malware To Try To Reveal Tor Users | Techdirt
  3225. missing or corrupted word files- won't open= says to contact the manufacturer
  3226. Linux Format | The #1 source for Linux
  3227. Prepare to cringe: Microsoft's video ads across the decades | Microsoft - CNET News
  3228. After NSA encryption furor, tech companies ask for more transparency - NBC News.com
  3229. NetAction's Guide to Encryption (whole guide, no reviews)
  3230. Data broker Acxiom lifts skirt, reveals your private bits • The Register
  3231. Pulse-taking ticker tech cuff to sniff out cash-snafflers • The Register
  3232. 'Hand of Thief' Banking Trojan Targets Linux
  3233. Linux Is the Best OS for Big Data Apps: 10 Reasons Why
  3234. Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom On New Online Education Initiatives: “If This Doesn’t Wake Them Up, I Don’t Know What Will” | TechCrunch
  3235. Slashdot
  3236. How to Create Custom Android Voice Commands with Tasker and AutoVoice
  3237. The Linux Documentation Project: Guides
  3238. Tech Titans And Online Education Orgs Team Up With The Open Education Alliance | TechCrunch
  3239. As Class Tensions Surface, San Francisco Adds More Than 45,000 Tech Jobs, Mayor Lee Says | TechCrunch
  3240. 4 survival strategies for IT chaos
  3241. HDMI 2.0 officially announced: 18Gbps bandwidth, 60fps 4K, 32 channel audio
  3242. The NSA Can Beat Almost Any Type of Encryption
  3243. What To Do if You Just Lost Your Android Handset
  3244. Hamnøy, Nordland, Norway [1680x1050]
  3245. Why security innovation will be the next big iPad advantage
  3246. http://www.networkworld.com/news/2013/090613-here39s-how-to-best-secure-273574.html
  3247. Learn to Pick Locks for Fun and an Increased Understanding of Security
  3248. Legislation Seeks to Bar N.S.A. Tactic in Encryption
  3249. Slashdot
  3250. IMDb: Every Netflix TV Series Sorted by IMDB Ranking - a list by Pacey7
  3251. Online Security Isn't Over; It's Just Beginning | Techdirt
  3252. How to secure your company against NSA-inspired hacking
  3253. How to enact Apache security best practices for Web server security
  3254. IT security frameworks and standards: Choosing the right one
  3255. Zamzar - convert document, eBook, image, audio and video - free online file conversion
  3256. Parallels Desktop and VMware Fusion updated to support Mavericks, and more | MacFixIt - CNET Reviews
  3257. CloudConvert Converts Almost Any File Type Between Formats
  3258. Citadel botnet resurges to storm Japanese PCs • The Register
  3259. Put Some Earth "Porn" on Your Desktop
  3260. You can now see some of the dirt a major data marketer has on you | The Verge
  3261. Complacency: the 8th Deadly Sin of IT Security (Part 1) :: Misc Network Security :: Articles & Tutorials :: WindowSecurity.com
  3262. FTC settles complaint over hacked security cameras - WBOC-TV 16, Delmarvas News Leader, FOX 21 -
  3263. Computer Game-Playing Shown to Improve Multitasking Skills: Scientific American
  3264. How Advanced Is the NSA's Cryptanalysis — And Can We Resist It? | Wired Opinion | Wired.com
  3265. Warner Music Reprising The Role Of The Evil Slayer Of The Public Domain, Fights Back Against Happy Birthday Lawsuit | Techdirt
  3266. Meet The Sony QX10 And QX100, Smart Lenses That Turn Phones Into True Cameras | TechCrunch
  3267. Microsoft to acquire Nokia's devices & services business for around $5 billion (Update: due early 2014)
  3268. EXPOSED: Snowden Leaks $52B "Black Budget" Summary Detailing U.S. Spying Efforts
  3269. Hacking Tools - IT Securitas
  3270. Indian bureaucrats may be asked not to use private email services for official work - Network World
  3271. ISC Diary | Snort IDS Sensor with Sguil New ISO Released
  3272. Get Organized: 5 Tips to Help You Stay on Top of Your Career | PCMag.com
  3273. Searching For Files And Folders With The find Command | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials
  3274. Security Researcher Discovers Bug That Would Let Hackers Delete Any Photo Off Facebook | TechCrunch
  3275. 14 Ways to Take Your IT Career to the Next Level
  3276. University of Texas at Austin Online Class Aims to Earn Millions - WSJ.com
  3277. Mozilla Gets On The Web Components Bandwagon With Brick | TechCrunch
  3278. New hacker technology threatens lawyers’ mobile devices
  3279. Boffins follow TOR breadcrumbs to identify users • The Register
  3280. Ubertooth – Open-Source Bluetooth Sniffing | Pentura Labs's Blog
  3281. Moserware: A Stick Figure Guide to the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
  3282. Night Owl CS-SUNB-4GB Covert Video Sunglasses - 4GB microSD Card, Audio Record 20' Feet Away, Record On The Go, Up To 2hrs Video/Audio, 30 FPS, 640 x 480 Resolution, AVI Format at TigerDirect.com
  3283. Slashdot
  3284. Set up your own truly secure, encrypted and shared file synchronization, aka Dropbox clone - Raymii.org
  3285. [HTML5] Turn A Webbrowser Into Notepad With A Single Line of Code
  3286. 10 differences between Linux and BSD - TechRepublic
  3287. Developers hack Dropbox, show how to access user data - Network World
  3288. New York Times site hack shifts attention to registry locks
  3289. Shrinking Water Supply under Threat in U.S. Farm Breadbasket: Scientific American
  3290. SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC Class 10 Memory Card ... - Ben's Bargains
  3291. Amazon Has Yanked Its Kindle Listings From the Google Shopping Search Engine
  3292. Universities Go in Big for Big Data - Digits - WSJ
  3293. Isaac Asimov's 1964 Prediction Of 2014 Is Frighteningly Accurate
  3294. Obama's NSA Panel Is Dead Before It Even Starts, Lacks Tech And Telco Execs
  3295. Enable the Hidden "Keep Both" Button When Copying Files in OS X
  3296. oclHashcat-plus v0.15
  3297. Not even long passwords will save you from a hack attack | PCWorld
  3298. Spear phishing led to DNS attack against the New York Times, others - Network World
  3299. NSA Admits: Okay, Okay, There Have Been A Bunch Of Intentional Abuses, Including Spying On Love Interests | Techdirt
  3300. MN Judge Refuses To Throw Out Case Against Citizen Recording Police, EMS | Techdirt
  3301. Improve Your Facebook News Feed in Minutes with the "Organize" Tool
  3302. Napolitano: U.S. Risks ‘Major’ Cyber-Attack in the Future - Bloomberg
  3303. Digg Videos: Simple Lawnmower Hack
  3304. Cognitive Networks Partners With LG To Bring Interactivity To Smart TVs | TechCrunch
  3305. Google+ Hangouts Go HD, Starting With Hangouts On Air | TechCrunch
  3306. SANS NewsBites
  3307. Tesla cars 'hackable' says Dell engineer • The Register
  3308. Facebook got 25,000 government requests about users - Network World
  3309. Schneier on Security: Evading Internet Censorship
  3310. How Surveillance Changes Behavior: A Restaurant Workers Case Study
  3311. Pew: 30% Of U.S. Adults Don’t Have Broadband; 10% Use Smartphones As Sole Internet Access; 20% Have Zilch | TechCrunch
  3312. wifi keeps turning on tho sprint connection manager off... - Android Forums at AndroidCentral.com
  3313. Linux: 20 Iptables Examples For New SysAdmins
  3314. Are enterprises ready for network virtualization?
  3315. PerfectDisk Professional | PCWorld
  3316. Your smartphone is hackers' next big target
  3317. Hackers likely to cash in on XP retirement: Expert - Page 1 - Security
  3318. NSA Tapping UN Isn't A Huge Surprise -- But Ability To Crack Video Conferencing Encryption Raises Questions | Techdirt
  3319. Kevin Spacey: Give Users Control, What They Want, When They Want It, At A Fair Price, And Stop Worrying About Piracy | Techdirt
  3320. 1,000 Sys Admins Can Copy Any NSA Document Without Anyone Knowing About It; Think Only Snowden Did? | Techdirt
  3321. Google Reader Alternative Feedly Opens Pro Access To All | TechCrunch
  3322. Most Epic Book You've Ever Read? : books
  3323. Anonymous Document Sharing Site Pastebin Surpasses 1 Million Members, Keeps Growing | TechCrunch
  3324. What Happens to the Brain When You Meditate (And How it Benefits You)
  3325. Professors Union: It's Bad Policy To Measure Whether Colleges Help Students
  3326. Can the pizza delivery guy pose a threat to your company's data?
  3327. Free IT Security White Papers, Webcasts, & Case Studies | Tripwire
  3328. Study finds big gap about app security between execs and IT staffers
  3329. Big Data: The Security Perspective (Part 2) :: Misc Network Security :: Articles & Tutorials :: WindowSecurity.com
  3330. Big Data: The Security Perspective (Part 1) :: Misc Network Security :: Articles & Tutorials :: WindowSecurity.com
  3331. Four factors to weigh in planning an analytics big data architecture
  3332. Lytro Enables Its Camera’s Hidden WiFi Chip, Launches A Companion iOS App (With Animated GIFs!) | TechCrunch
  3333. Solving read-only conditions for external hard drives | MacFixIt - CNET Reviews
  3334. Supreme Court Decides Your Silence May Be Used Against You - Slashdot
  3335. eWeek
  3336. worlds_first_3dprinter_gun_fired_worlds_first_gun
  3337. googles-schmidt-the-internet-needs-a-delete-button
  3338. Adobe kills Creative Suite, goes subscription-only | Business Tech - CNET News
  3339. Adobe’s Dreamweaver Web Dev Tool Gets New Visual CSS Designer, Enhanced Grid Layout And PhoneGap Build Support | TechCrunch
  3340. The 21 worst tech habits—and how to break them | PCWorld
  3341. Debian 7.0 'Wheezy' now available, lets Linux users mix architectures
  3342. The worst possible cybersecurity breaches could be far worse than you imagined – Quartz
  3343. Build Your Own Hidden Lair with this Secret Bookshelf
  3344. There Is No Reason At All To Use MySQL: MariaDB, MySQL Founder Michael Widenius - Slashdot
  3345. Former FBI Agent: All Digital Communications Stored By US Gov't - Slashdot
  3346. iOS app contains potential malware - Network World
  3347. Websites compromised as Apple ID phishing emails attempt to steal credit card details - Network World
  3348. Spruce up your Mac's keyboard with wood key caps | MacFixIt - CNET Reviews
  3349. Amazon Kindle Fire to go 10-inch | Mobile - CNET News
  3350. Ex-Employee Busted For Tampering With ERP System - Slashdot
  3351. Google’s Cloud Is Eating Apple’s Lunch | TechCrunch
  3352. Wander Launches Days App, Looks To Change Your Perspective Of Photo-Sharing Entirely | TechCrunch
  3353. Spotify Buys Tunigo Music Discovery Startup - Peter Kafka - Media - AllThingsD
  3354. Five-bundle Friday: Games, Mac software, e-books, and more! | The Cheapskate - CNET News
  3355. Netflix says streaming cuts piracy | T3
  3356. Gracenote President Stephen White: Is Internet Killing the Video Star? - Stephen White - Voices - AllThingsD
  3357. Dutch bill seeks to give law enforcement hacking powers - Network World
  3358. Systems manager arrested for hacking former employer's network - Network World
  3359. Is Twitter broken? - Network World
  3360. Alaskan Middle Schoolers Phish Their Teachers - Slashdot
  3361. Google Glass: Let the evil commence | ZDNet
  3362. Briefs 2 review: Quickly and easily prototype iOS and Android apps on your Mac | iMore.com
  3363. Spotdox Lets You Access Any File on Your Mac from Afar
  3364. SideCar Defends Its NYC Ride Sharing Business, Says TLC Protects Taxi Industry | TechCrunch
  3365. PayPal and Discover expand partnership, will reach 2 million stores by year-end
  3366. Schneier on Security: Details of a Cyberheist
  3367. Virgin Media launches VIP unlimited mobile plans, starting at £15 SIM-only
  3368. Pick The Right License for Your Photos with This Flowchart
  3369. Spyware used by governments poses as Firefox, and Mozilla is angry | Ars Technica
  3370. What's the best command-line shell: PowerShell vs. CMD vs. Bash
  3371. E-Reading Rainbow: Hachette to bring entire e-book catalog to public libraries
  3372. JC Penney's begging ad criticizes former Apple exec | Technically Incorrect - CNET News
  3373. The Matrix Retold by Mom - YouTube
  3374. Onswipe
  3375. Why a Little Bit of Stress Can Actually Be Good for You
  3376. Stop Google Now from Draining Your iPhone's Battery
  3377. Big Brands Want Ads On Instagram, But Facebook Is Waiting Until Growth Slows | TechCrunch
  3378. Global CO2 Levels Approach Worrisome Milestone: Scientific American
  3379. Google Fiber Sparks Yet Another Gigabit Internet Service | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
  3380. Coursera To Offer K-12 Teacher Development Courses - Slashdot
  3381. Gizmodo - Gizmodo, the Gadget Guide
  3382. Most Companies Will Require You To Bring Your Own Mobile Device By 2017 - Slashdot
  3383. CISPA Possibly Dead in the Water, New Concerns Arise - MEGATechNews
  3384. MPAA Accused Of Tampering With Evidence In Key Copyright Case In Finland | Techdirt
  3385. Moon Landing Faked!!! — Why People Believe in Conspiracy Theories: Scientific American
  3386. This EULA Will Make You Rethink Every App and Online Service You Use | Wired Opinion | Wired.com
  3387. iPad Tops J.D. Power Tablet Satisfaction Rankings Again - John Paczkowski - News - AllThingsD
  3388. Highest-Paid College Majors - Graduates' Starting Salaries - At Work - WSJ
  3389. Netflix Knows You're Sharing Your Password | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
  3390. Twitter Is Testing Out Its Official Google Glass App In The Wild | TechCrunch
  3391. Mitigating Password Re-Use From the Other End - Slashdot
  3392. Man allegedly put GPS on woman's car before burglary | Technically Incorrect - CNET News
  3393. Infographic: Plotting Comic Books' Rapid Takeover of Hollywood | Wired Magazine | Wired.com
  3394. What is the Internet of Things? - Network World
  3395. Facebook used as billboard for malware - Network World
  3396. How to Root Your Android Device & Why You Might Want To
  3397. Wolfram Alpha Drills Deep Into Facebook Data - Slashdot
  3398. The Coming War Against Personal Photography and Video - Slashdot
  3399. cispa_dies_in_the_senate
  3400. Daily iPad App: Quicklytics is the Analytics client that Google should have made | TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog
  3401. AT&T Details Launch Cities, Pricing for Its Home Security Service - Ina Fried - News - AllThingsD
  3402. Grant Study Reveals What Makes Us Happy - Business Insider
  3403. Google: No, app makers, you can't skip the Play Store | Internet & Media - CNET News
  3404. Brain Pickings
  3405. Twitter Plans Two-Step Authentication to Prevent Hacks - Network World
  3406. Reports Detail Amazon Appstore’s Growing Influence, Revenue Potential | TechCrunch
  3407. With HIPAA Compliance, Cloud Storage Platform Box Makes A Big Push Into Healthcare; Invests In Drchrono | TechCrunch
  3408. Instapaper Was Just Bought By the Same Company That Bought Digg
  3409. Apple envisions ways to find and start your car with your iPhone | Apple - CNET News
  3410. LinkedIn Turns Its Contacts Section Into A Personal Assistant, With Google, Yahoo, Evernote & Outlook Apps Integration And A Standalone iPhone App | TechCrunch
  3411. Netflix's 'Long Term View' lays out predictions for internet vs. traditional TV delivery
  3412. Flurry: U.S. App Audience Now Roughly Equal To Internet Users On Laptops & Desktops | TechCrunch
  3413. DMCA Safe Harbor May Not Apply To Old Copyrighted Works - Slashdot
  3414. SANS NewsBites
  3415. Samsung Galaxy S 4 (T-Mobile) Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  3416. Cyber attack briefly shutters Charles Schwab website | Reuters
  3417. Amazon looks to move security appliances to the cloud, says CISO - Network World
  3418. Google joins the FIDO Alliance, supports its two-factor authentication standard
  3419. Sprint reports another quarterly net loss of $643 million, sells 1.5 million iPhones
  3420. KAALtv.com - Official: Only 1 Of Iowa County's Computers Hacked
  3421. Google's Schmidt to Colbert: I don't understand the Internet | Technically Incorrect - CNET News
  3422. Why I can't root for Woot anymore | Crave - CNET
  3423. Infosec 2013: There is no such thing as information security risk - Network World
  3424. University Of California Sides With Journal Publishers Over Its Own Struggling Libraries | Techdirt
  3425. This Is the Most Beautiful Way to Learn How to Code
  3426. National Internet Sales Tax - Business Insider
  3427. Judge Denies FBI Request to Hack Computer - Jennifer Valentino-DeVries - News - AllThingsD
  3428. Amazon Said to Plan TV Set-Top Box for Streaming Video - Bloomberg
  3429. Israel Airport Security Allowed To Read Tourists' Email - Slashdot
  3430. Aereo Ruling Could Impact Pandora - Slashdot
  3431. Boston Bombings Spur Calls for More Surveillance Measures - WSJ.com
  3432. Hackers send bogus tweets from '60 Minutes' account | Security & Privacy - CNET News
  3433. 25 weirdest things in the ‘Internet of Things’ - Network World
  3434. Android versus iOS in the enterprise: A whole new ballgame in 2013
  3435. Emerging antiphishing tools use testing, training to educate users
  3436. IFTTT / Put the internet to work for you.
  3437. Mobile, Social Newsreader Flud Finds A Home In The Enterprise With A SharePoint & Yammer-Integrated Service For Both Private And Public Content | TechCrunch
  3438. Malicious DDoS Attack On Reddit Continues Into Afternoon | TechCrunch
  3439. The Massive Digital Library of the Future Just Opened Its 'Doors'
  3440. Your Car Is the Killer App for Google Glass | Autopia | Wired.com
  3441. IBM In Talks To Sell x86 Server Business To Lenovo
  3442. The Warning Signs that You're In a Dead End Job
  3443. Larry Page: It’s Important For Google To Focus On Future Big Bets, Not Just Incremental Changes | TechCrunch
  3444. Facebook Aims To Replace Your “Phone” App By Bringing VoIP Home With US Rollout To Android Messenger | TechCrunch
  3445. FBI Photos of Suspetcs - Imgur
  3446. Doodle3D aims to make 3D printing easy enough for anyone, is totally rad
  3447. ACLU Asks Government to Investigate Phone Carriers Over Android Security Threat | Threat Level | Wired.com
  3448. This Is Why You Don't Stand In Front Of A Pissed Off Driver
  3449. Android Remains Main Target For Mobile Malware Writers Despite iOS Having More Vulnerabilities, Says Symantec | TechCrunch
  3450. WIRED 20th Anniversary | Wired Magazine | Wired.com
  3451. No, Facebook Home won't be coming to the iPhone | Apple - CNET News
  3452. Google Glass Has 12GB Of Usable Storage And A 5MP Camera, Official Specs Reveal | TechCrunch
  3453. Microsoft exec sees no need to build a Microsoft phone | Mobile - CNET News
  3454. Windows: It's over | ZDNet
  3455. China and North Korea: A Tangled Partnership | Stratfor
  3456. Boston blasts show two sides of social media - Network World
  3457. As PC sales tank, what's Microsoft's Plan B? | Microsoft - CNET News
  3458. How to Digitize Your Wallet and Put It in Your Smartphone
  3459. IBM executives head to Washington to press lawmakers on cybersecurity bill - The Hill's Hillicon Valley
  3460. Prepare your Eyeballs, E-Book Subscriptions Are Coming | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
  3461. dish-sprint-merger-may-bring-new-bundles-deals
  3462. Samsung Galaxy S4 vs. HTC One: A clash of two Android titans | Dialed In - CNET Blogs
  3463. 3D-Printed Embryonic Stem Cells Created | Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine | LiveScience
  3464. Red Hat Launching Its Own Community Distro of OpenStack - Slashdot
  3465. Facebook Home And The Promise Of Android | TechCrunch
  3466. Facebook's Android App Can Now Retrieve Data About What Apps You Use - Slashdot
  3467. Top 10 Instant Stress Busters
  3468. Smartphone innovation: Where we're going next (Smartphones Unlocked) | Dialed In - CNET Blogs
  3469. 12 LinkedIn mistakes IT pros make - Network World
  3470. The Modern Data Nerd Isn't as Nerdy as You Think | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
  3471. Why We Cheat: Scientific American
  3472. Headless Man Freaks Out Drive-Thru Workers [VIDEO] | Flint's Best Mix
  3473. Get a Dr. Seuss e-book collection for $7.99 | iPad Atlas - CNET Reviews
  3474. Police Search For Mugger For 3 Weeks, Internet Finds Him In An Hour | Techdirt
  3475. SSH an ill-managed mess says SSH author Tatu Ylonen • The Register
  3476. Miami judge accuses Samsung, Apple of using the courts 'as a business strategy'
  3477. Google Helps You Control Your Digital Life Once You're Worm Food | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
  3478. Instashare for iPhone and iPad review: share files between iPhone, iPad, and Mac instantly | iMore.com
  3479. Hackers turn a Canon EOS camera into a remote surveillance tool | PCWorld
  3480. Password Protect a Google Drive Spreadsheet with This Script
  3481. The complete guide to procrastinating at work – Quartz
  3482. ISC Diary | Massive Google scam sent by email to Colombian domains
  3483. Dropbox for Teams becomes Dropbox for Business, adds single sign-on for good measure
  3484. 25000 Books Proofread By Project Gutenberg Distributed Proofreaders - Slashdot
  3485. The Software Revolution Behind LinkedIn’s Gushing Profits | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3486. Google forms the Glass Collective to invest in eye technology entrepreneurs
  3487. Small Company Wants to Make Encryption Key Management Into a Commodity (Video) - Slashdot
  3488. IRS Can Read Your Email Without Warrant - Slashdot
  3489. ‘Hackers targeting your mobile phone’ - World Updates | The Star Online
  3490. Why Retina Displays and 4K TVs May Not Be Worth the Trouble: Scientific American
  3491. SQL injection flaws easy to find and exploit, Veracode report finds - Network World
  3492. Microsoft leak details plans for two-step authentication process
  3493. Google Competitors File Ridiculous EU Complaint Arguing That 'Free' Android Is Anti-Competitive | Techdirt
  3494. Did Stephen Colbert And President Bill Clinton Violate The CFAA? | Techdirt
  3495. Botnet Warlord: Meet the Man Who Will Kill Your Computer
  3496. Austin’s Mayor Lee Leffingwell: Being The 2nd Google Fiber City Will Be An Advantage | TechCrunch
  3497. IT Spending on (Slight) Rise, Mobile Tops the List - Network World
  3498. The worst data breaches (so far) - Network World
  3499. EFF urges court to protect privacy of text messages
  3500. Microsoft Gets Ready to Pull the Life Support on Windows XP | Webmonkey | Wired.com
  3501. Video Streaming Service Vudu Reports Stolen Customer Information; Change Your Passwords Now
  3502. Samsung Galaxy simpler than iPhone, survey says | Technically Incorrect - CNET News
  3503. Anonymous Hits Israel with a Massive Cyber Attack, Israel Attacks Back - Adam Clark Estes - The Atlantic Wire
  3504. Malware hits businesses 20 to 60 times an hour, say researchers
  3505. Facebook weighs in on Home's privacy implications - Network World
  3506. The 5 biggest online privacy threats of 2013 - Network World
  3507. Google Uses Reputation To Detect Malicious Downloads - Slashdot
  3508. Windows 8's rising security tide raises all antivirus boats | Internet security and firewall - CNET Reviews
  3509. HBO Go for iOS version 2.1 adds AirPlay multitasking
  3510. Linux Fatware: Distros That Need To Slim Down - Slashdot
  3511. Fake Academic Journals Are a Very Real Problem - Slashdot
  3512. Google Fiber is officially coming to Austin, Texas
  3513. Analyst: Google Will Spend $84M Building Out KC’s Fiber Network To 149K Homes; $11B If It Went Nationwide | TechCrunch
  3514. IT gets its groove back - Computerworld
  3515. News Corp.: We'll switch Fox to cable unless Aereo shuts down - Apr. 8, 2013
  3516. Intel shows off speedier Thunderbolt tech | Cutting Edge - CNET News
  3517. HP to customize Moonshot offerings, offer ARM and Xeon chips - Computerworld
  3518. Businesses blow budgets on unused software
  3519. Facebook to become pay-per-view?
  3520. Future Firefox to Offer More Social, Privacy Choices | Webmonkey | Wired.com
  3521. Fox threatens to become a pay-TV channel if courts greenlight Aereo, probably doesn't mean it
  3522. 5 things we love about Fedora 18 / 5 things we hate - Network World
  3523. IT gets its groove back - Computerworld
  3524. Nonstop cloud computing price war: Amazon, Google both drop rates again - Network World
  3525. DHS warns of spear-phishing campaign against energy companies - Computerworld
  3526. Facebook Shows Off Its Flavor of Android - NYTimes.com
  3527. Ubuntu vs. Mint: Which Linux Distro Is Better for Beginners?
  3528. Falling Windows RT Tablet Prices Signify Slow Adoption - Slashdot
  3529. Google's Quickoffice comes to Android, iPhone | Internet & Media - CNET News
  3530. Cisco Is Buying Ubiquisys For $310M For A Big Move Into Femtocells | TechCrunch
  3531. Nielsen takes online ad-tracking tool overseas | Internet & Media - CNET News
  3532. Amazon's AutoRip now includes vinyl
  3533. Rdio adds video service and takes on Apple, Amazon | Internet & Media - CNET News
  3534. Amazon Cloud Drive app available for OS X | MacFixIt - CNET Reviews
  3535. The Lease They Can Do: What the Fight Over "Used" Music Reveals About Online Media - Businessweek
  3536. Detective work uncovers under-reported overfishing : Nature News & Comment
  3537. Rare Docs Show How Apple Created Apple II DOS - Slashdot
  3538. Amazon Refuses To Publish First Cornish-Language Ebook | Techdirt
  3539. Dropbox drops in to help out with Yahoo Mail | Business Tech - CNET News
  3540. SpareFoot Goes Out On Limb, Expands Business To Offer Orthopedic Prosthetics - The SpareFoot Blog
  3541. Build a Secret Compartment, Go To Jail - Slashdot
  3542. An Interview with Computing Pioneer Alan Kay | TIME.com
  3543. Microsoft Launches $25 Windows QuickStart Kit For Mac Developers With Win8 Pro And Parallels
  3544. How valuable are security certifications today? - Network World
  3545. Reselling Digital Goods Is Copyright Infringement, Judge Rules | Threat Level | Wired.com
  3546. Amazon Cloud Drive gets more Dropbox-like, adds file syncing | Business Tech - CNET News
  3547. Hackers for good: Uncle Sam is looking for patriotic computer geeks - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  3548. Three reasons you shouldn't neglect your application security - Network World
  3549. Here's How Far-Right Extremists Recruit on Twitter | Danger Room | Wired.com
  3550. google-wants-to-be-amazon
  3551. Schneier on Security: The Dangers of Surveillance
  3552. DOJ Often Used Cell Tower Impersonating Devices Without Explicit Warrants - Slashdot
  3553. Amazon's Plan to Own Writing and Reading Advances With GoodReads Buy | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3554. 4-Billion-Pixel Panorama View From Curiosity Rover - Slashdot
  3555. 6 IT Security Innovations to Keep You Ahead of Attackers - Network World
  3556. How to Get a Can of Soda for Free from a Vending Machine
  3557. Whatever You Think Of The Google WiFi Settlement, It's Bad That It Requires Google To Attack Open WiFi | Techdirt
  3558. Mercury On-The-Go-Pro enclosure keeps your old internal drives useful | TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog
  3559. MySQL :: MySQL 5.0 Reference Manual :: 2.11 Installing MySQL on Mac OS X
  3560. More Apps Coming to Cars, but They’re Still Miles From Perfection - Lauren Goode - News - AllThingsD
  3561. Communist Chinese media mouthpiece bashes Apple again | Apple - CNET News
  3562. Google Gives Tablet Video Viewers A Taste Of Its Knowledge Graph With Play Movies & TV Update | TechCrunch
  3563. Portuguese media outlets demand Google pay for links, news leads | Internet & Media - CNET News
  3564. Review: Create stunning websites in minutes for free with Tackk | PCWorld
  3565. Store Charging Patrons $5 For ‘Just Looking’, To Offset Losses From Internet Shoppers | TechCrunch
  3566. Google Launches Maps Engine Lite, Makes It Easy To Create Advanced Custom Maps | TechCrunch
  3567. Investigating journals: The dark side of publishing : Nature News & Comment
  3568. Amazon Woos the Paranoid With Crypto Cloud Service | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
  3569. Most IT Admins Have Considered Quitting Due To Stress - Slashdot
  3570. Your MI6 password, Bond: Insecure | Technically Incorrect - CNET News
  3571. Largest DDoS In History Reaches 300 Billion Bits Per Second - Slashdot
  3572. Microsoft Endlessly Disappoints With 'New' Windows Phone Apps | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
  3573. Which Side of This Picture Is Real and Which Side of It Is CGI?
  3574. Wi-Fi Enabled Digital Cameras Easily Exploitable - Slashdot
  3575. Mac App Launcher Quicksilver Leaves Beta, Packs Easier Ways to Get to the Files You Need
  3576. Dropproxy Hides Your Dropbox Username from Public Files
  3577. Ask This Question at Your Next Interview to Gauge How Passionate Employees Are
  3578. The Best Ways to Be Sure You're Legally Using Online Photos
  3579. Ask Slashdot: Do-It-Yourself Security Auditing Tools? - Slashdot
  3580. 3D virtual worlds for the enterprise - Network World
  3581. Top Ten Web Hacking Techniques of 2012 | WhiteHat Security Blog
  3582. Should Congress really be allowed to work at home full time? - Yahoo! News
  3583. Congress Backs Borderless Internet Sales Tax (And So Does Amazon) | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3584. What You Need to Know Before Watching Doctor Who
  3585. Computerworld - March 25, 2013 - Page 30
  3586. Massachusetts May Try To Tax the Cloud - Slashdot
  3587. SpotLite GPS lets you find your dog with an iPhone | TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog
  3588. A 50 Gbps Connection With Multipath TCP - Slashdot
  3589. Next cyber attack targets: Cars? - CNN.com
  3590. To Do This Weekend: Watch Star Trek. All of It. - Liz Gannes - Media - AllThingsD
  3591. Don't Glass and drive -- lawmakers seek to ban Google Glass on the road | Technically Incorrect - CNET News
  3592. Ask Slashdot: Simplifying Encryption and Backup? - Slashdot
  3593. Before You Make A Major Purchase, Think of Five Reasons Why You Shouldn't
  3594. What site do you consider a "hidden gem" of the internet? : AskReddit
  3595. LG Is Also Said To Be Building A Smartwatch And Google Glass Competitor, As Is Everyone | TechCrunch
  3596. The Best Way To Store Your Stuff in the Cloud
  3597. Google Reportedly Making a Smartwatch, Too - Slashdot
  3598. Honda and Audi show the future of driving at Nvidia conference | The Car Tech blog - CNET Reviews
  3599. Schneier on Security: When Technology Overtakes Security
  3600. IT versus Angry Birds: Time to stop being the pig | It management - InfoWorld
  3601. Microsoft Releases 2012 Law Enforcement Requests Report - Slashdot
  3602. New OS X Trojan Adware Injects Ads Into Chrome, Firefox, Safari - Slashdot
  3603. Internet Sales Tax Vote This Week In US Senate - Slashdot
  3604. Amazon Whispercast for Kindle now lets organizations manage mass app distribution on Fire tablets
  3605. My robotics teacher just uploaded this to the class website... I couldn't be more proud. - Imgur
  3606. Cubans Evade Censorship By Exchanging Flash Drives - Slashdot
  3607. SCADA honeypots attract swarm of international hackers • The Register
  3608. From the Flying Car to the Giant R2-D2: The Greatest MIT Hacks of All-Time | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
  3609. Visa Adds Overstock.com, Its Biggest Retail Catch Yet, To Its V.me Digital Wallet | TechCrunch
  3610. Macmillan Buys Late Nite Labs To Help Bring Virtual Science Labs To Higher Ed | TechCrunch
  3611. KDE Releases Plasma Media Center 1.0 - Slashdot
  3612. Amazon's Send to Kindle Button Takes Aim at Read it Later Services | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
  3613. Walmart expands iPhone 'Scan & Go' app to 200 stores | Internet & Media - CNET News
  3614. Google Launches 'Keep' To Rival Evernote - Slashdot
  3615. for_one_hour_you_are_no_longer_bound_by_any_law
  3616. Amazon to delve into web TV | T3
  3617. Library Of Congress Hoping To Cut Through Tangled Copyright Laws In Order To Archive Historic Sound Recordings | Techdirt
  3618. Researchers find cloud storage apps leave files on smartphones • The Register
  3619. Wireless providers would be required to capture and store Americans' confidential text messages according to a proposal that will be presented to a congressional panel today. : technology
  3620. Cops: U.S. law should require logs of your text messages | Politics and Law - CNET News
  3621. Best Security Tips for Safer Google Chrome Browsing - CIO.com
  3622. Internet Defense League To Be Deployed Against CISPA - Slashdot
  3623. Rising cyber-nationalism leads to amplified cyber-mistrust - Network World
  3624. NYT: ABC crafting live streaming app for tablets, phones
  3625. Welcome to Badge Fever!
  3626. Turns Out Some People Do Hate Amazon | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3627. disposal-of-older-monitors-leaves-a-hazardous-trail.html
  3628. Court Backs Student In Textbook Copyright Case : NPR
  3629. How Apps Are Reordering The Jobs Landscape | LinkedIn
  3630. Schneier on Security: FinSpy
  3631. Samsung VP confirms work on a watch, among other future products
  3632. Evernote Food for iOS now lets you share recipes, adds support for OpenTable reservations
  3633. Verizon looks to turn TV fee rules on their head | Internet & Media - CNET News
  3634. Google Glass app can identify people by their clothes | Cutting Edge - CNET News
  3635. Apple's misleading warranties must be punished, says EU Commissioner | IT News
  3636. Bill would force agencies to take proactive security approach | IT News
  3637. Big Brother Camera Security for iOS is back after App Store ban | TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog
  3638. Feds: No Warrants Needed to Track Your Car With GPS Devices | Threat Level | Wired.com
  3639. Hey, Remember How Awesome The iPhone Is? - John Paczkowski - News - AllThingsD
  3640. Opinion: The Internet is a surveillance state - CNN.com
  3641. Feedly adds 500k new users on Google decision to kill Reader | Internet & Media - CNET News
  3642. CCTV Hack Takes Casino For $33 Million - Slashdot
  3643. Bill Gates: capitalism means male baldness research gets more funding than malaria (Wired UK)
  3644. nationalism_on.html
  3645. Details Come Out On US Attorneys Withholding Evidence In Aaron Swartz Case | Techdirt
  3646. CBS launches full-episode streaming for iPad, iPhone | Internet & Media - CNET News
  3647. Random House Rescinds Controversial E-Book Contract After Online Outrage | Underwire | Wired.com
  3648. Current and former marijuana use: preliminary findings of a longitudinal study of effects on IQ in young adults
  3649. Google and Bing Say the Future of Search Is Conversational - Liz Gannes - News - AllThingsD
  3650. US Cyber Command Discloses Offensive Cyberwarfare Capabilities - Slashdot
  3651. How to Avoid the Natural Reactions that Prevent Good Decision Making
  3652. How A Bad Mood Affects Your Moral Decisions
  3653. Samsung Galaxy S 4 Beats The Best With 5-inch, 1080p Display, 1.9GHz Processor, Gesture Controls And A Q2 2013 Release | TechCrunch
  3654. Why VMware's hybrid cloud announcement could be a big deal - Network World
  3655. Why I Stopped Pirating and Started Paying for Media
  3656. Microsoft Wants Students To Give Office A Try, Gives Them Up To 6 Free Months Of Office 365, 20GB Of Extra SkyDrive Storage | TechCrunch
  3657. Your Top Picks: Tom's Hardware Forums' Q1 2013 BestConfigs : Presenting The BestConfigs Poll Results
  3658. How to avoid becoming a victim of SMiShing (SMS phishing) - Network World
  3659. Tom's Hardware's 40 Top Free Android Utilities - ROM Manager
  3660. 10 trends shaping IT hiring in 2013 - Network World
  3661. Red wine's link to health gains support : Nature News & Comment
  3662. When is your data not your data? When it's in the cloud | The Industry Standard - InfoWorld
  3663. Chrome, Firefox, IE 10, Java, Win 8 All Hacked At Pwn2Own - Slashdot
  3664. Killer open source admin tools - Network World
  3665. Roku 3 Raises the Set-Top Box Streamer Bar | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
  3666. These Smithsonian Photo Contest Finalists Are Each Stunning in Totally Different Ways
  3667. How to Blunt Spear Phishing Attacks - CIO.com
  3668. Get the most out of Google+ - Google+
  3669. facebook-details-the-software-engineering-behind-graph-search
  3670. Is Your User Content Online Legally Yours?: Scientific American
  3671. Ben's Bargains - How to Argue: Powerfully, Persuasively, Positively ...
  3672. best-buys-deal-of-the-day-ad-uses-gasp-a-jailbroken-ipad
  3673. porn-on-mobile-spreads-with-new-tricks
  3674. Evernote plans two-factor authentication following last week's hack
  3675. Ahead Of SXSW, Highlight Adds New Photo Features And A Map View To See People And Places Nearby | TechCrunch
  3676. Keen On… Rhapsody: How Streaming Is Radically Reinventing The Music Industry | TechCrunch
  3677. microsoft-adds-android-support-to-windows-azure-mobile-services
  3678. Global Free Internet Act Introduced In Congress | Techdirt
  3679. Time Warner Cable's TWC TV app is now streaming on Roku
  3680. Java malware spotted using stolen certificate • The Register
  3681. Notes on Steve Jobs shelved in e-books antitrust case | Apple - CNET News
  3682. More Americans Working Remotely - Neil Shah - News - AllThingsD
  3683. Google strikes deal with Warner Music for streaming services | Internet & Media - CNET News
  3684. Google's Foray Into Home Delivery Is a Sideshow in the Real War With Amazon | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3685. Best Buy Follows Yahoo in Banning Remote Work - Slashdot
  3686. Google Says FBI Secretly Spying on Some Customers | Threat Level | Wired.com
  3687. Your SXSW Survival Guide | TechCrunch
  3688. New class of industrial-scale super-phishing emails threatens biz • The Register
  3689. 10 Tech things guaranteed to stress you out | T3
  3690. Schneier on Security: Getting Security Incentives Right
  3691. Google Maps for iPhone Update Adds Contacts Integration - Bonnie Cha - News - AllThingsD
  3692. Schneier on Security: New Internet Porn Scam
  3693. Schneier on Security: Technologies of Surveillance
  3694. Amazon Takes More Steps Toward Building A Mobile Ad Network With An API In Beta | TechCrunch
  3695. Patriot launches AERO wireless storage device and media hub for mobile data hogs
  3696. IBM Makes a Big Bet on OpenStack in the Cloud - Arik Hesseldahl - News - AllThingsD
  3697. Nova Launcher on the KFHD7! - xda-developers
  3698. state-rep-says-biking-is-not-earth-friendly-because-breathing-produces-co2
  3699. Jumping Ship from iPhone to Android: A Switcher's Guide
  3700. Webmail war: Gmail vs. Outlook.com vs. Yahoo Mail - Computerworld
  3701. The world is better off with Best Buy alive than dead | Business Tech - CNET News
  3702. Cloud use grows, and so does security threat - Topix
  3703. Easy App Toolbox Backs Up Your Android Apps for Free
  3704. VMware’s Top Executives Attack Amazon, But The Cries Are Hollow At Best | TechCrunch
  3705. Are we now living in a post-crypto world? - Network World
  3706. Safari blocking outdated Flash plug-ins due to security holes
  3707. How secure is your smart phone? 5 ways to keep a smartphone secure | Business | The State
  3708. Criticism Of Copyright Alert System Mounts - Slashdot
  3709. Files Is An Incredibly Simple Yet Powerful File Manager for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
  3710. Japanese Law Enforcement Uses New Copyright Law To Arrest 27 File Sharers | Techdirt
  3711. Bank of America Hacked By Anonymous: Hackers Leak ‘Secrets’ About Executives, Salaries, And Spy Activities - International Business Times
  3712. Coming to an e-book or car near you: The Web | Mobile World Congress - CNET Reviews
  3713. "We Need a Plan B for the Internet," Warns Danny Hillis at TED - Liz Gannes - News - AllThingsD
  3714. Google flaw exposes weakness in two-factor authentication - Network World
  3715. Chinese hacker attacks risk fuelling cyber arms race, warns Bruce Schneier - IT News from V3.co.uk
  3716. Wikipedia Will Soon Be Available Via Text Messages - Slashdot
  3717. Amazon launches Cloud Player app for iPad, iPad Mini | Mobile - CNET News
  3718. Guess How Many Files Are Uploaded to Dropbox Every Day
  3719. Pick a Bundle Lets You Choose 10 Mac Apps for $49.99
  3720. New York Times now serving up 15 free articles a day to Starbucks patrons
  3721. DoJ Admits Aaron Swartz's Prosecution Was Political - Slashdot
  3722. First Debian/Ubuntu Bootable ARM64 Images Released - Slashdot
  3723. Another iOS 6.1 Bug Allows Thieves to Bypass Your Lock Screen
  3724. Visa, Samsung Ink NFC Deal, Galaxy S IV First In Line For Deep Integration; ROAM Is Visa’s First ‘Ready’ Mobile Payment Partner | TechCrunch
  3725. Early Lessons From New Zealand's 'Three Strikes' Punishments | Techdirt
  3726. ABC’s Handling Of Oscars’ Online & Mobile Streaming May Set Precedent For Future “Event TV” Airings | TechCrunch
  3727. AssistantEnhancer Adds a Ton of New Commands to Siri
  3728. Survey Anecdote Suggests We Have No Idea What’s Going On At Google+ | TechCrunch
  3729. Eyeing An IPO, Box Doubles Down On Device, Content And Login Security For Cloud Storage Platform | TechCrunch
  3730. Amazon May Seem Unstoppable, But Google Is Powering the Counterattack | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3731. Linus Torvalds Explodes at Red Hat Developer - Slashdot
  3732. Nvidia Tegra 4 Benchmark Results - Slashdot
  3733. Mobile World Congress Trends: HP's First Android Slate and a Firefox OS | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
  3734. China's Cyber-War Against U.S. IT Assets Demands a Strong Response
  3735. Why all that hacking news might not be so bad — Tech News and Analysis
  3736. Why Brick-And-Mortar Still Beats E-Commerce, An Analysis | TechCrunch
  3737. Barnes's Chairman Mulls Store Buyout - Dennis K. Berman, Martin Peers, Sharon Terlep and Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg - Voices - AllThingsD
  3738. Why Marissa Mayer Told Remote Employees To Work In An Office ... Or Quit - Business Insider
  3739. Why Working Remotely Needs To Make a Comeback - Slashdot
  3740. For Businesses, the College Degree Is the New High School Diploma - Slashdot
  3741. HTC One Busts the Megapixel Myth With 'UltraPixels' | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
  3742. The 'One' Is a Huge Step Forward for HTC | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
  3743. European Copyright Society Says Hyperlinks (And Framing) Should Not Be Infringing | Techdirt
  3744. Canadian Court Rules You Have the Right To Google a Lawyer - Slashdot
  3745. New report says cyberspying group linked to China's army - Network World
  3746. The Rich See a Different Internet Than the Poor: Scientific American
  3747. Google’s Consolidated Privacy Policy Draws Fresh Fire In Europe | TechCrunch
  3748. Google looks to cut funds to illegal sites - Telegraph
  3749. Best Buy Confirms Price-Matching Policy Change With “Low-Price Guarantee” – The Consumerist
  3750. KDE's Aaron Seigo Bashes Ubuntu Phone - Slashdot
  3751. Kevin Mitnick Helping Secure Presidential Elections In Ecuador - Slashdot
  3752. Google 'flaw' puts users' details on display | Information, Gadgets, Mobile Phones News & Reviews | News.com.au
  3753. Skype 6.2 arrives for Windows, Mac | Microsoft - CNET News
  3754. Microsoft CFO Peter Klein: Bing Is An Important Strategic Asset, “Makes All Of Our Services Better” | TechCrunch
  3755. How Stupid Are You Willing to Look for Apple's Amazing Magical iWatch?
  3756. Wikipedia adds watchlists to mobile web app, plans to release more features soon
  3757. Texas DMV Sells Personal Information To Hundreds Of Companies; Drivers Not Allowed To Opt-Out | Techdirt
  3758. Questions remain about Nvidia's traction in mobile | Mobile - CNET News
  3759. Pay Attention to Your Job Interviewer's Demeanor to Stand Out
  3760. Reasons You're Not Getting Interviews; Plus Some Crazy Real Resume Mistakes - Slashdot
  3761. Retail Copies of Office 2013 Are Tied To a Single Computer Forever - Slashdot
  3762. How to Actually Act Like a Local When Traveling
  3763. Reactor Labs Launches Winston News Reader App - Bonnie Cha - Product News - AllThingsD
  3764. After Starbucks Deal, Square Now Powers Point Of Sale And Mobile Payments For Boutique Coffee Chain, Blue Bottle | TechCrunch
  3765. Everything You Know About Password-Stealing Is Wrong - Slashdot
  3766. Dell: Going private is the 'best' move for the company | Business Tech - CNET News
  3767. The Law Against Unlocking Cellphones Is Anti-Consumer, Anti-Business, and Anti-Common Sense - Derek Khanna - The Atlantic
  3768. Why You're So Afraid of Change (and What You Can Do About It)
  3769. Microsoft is attacking Gmail for tactics it uses itself | Internet privacy - InfoWorld
  3770. Researchers Opt To Limit Uses of Open-access Publications - Slashdot
  3771. rich-countries-suffer-less-malware-says-microsoft-study
  3772. How Amazon Could Save the U.S. Postal Service | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3773. A giant radio telescope, a small school and a Wi-Fi problem - Network World
  3774. RIAA copyright takedown requests to Google reach 10 million
  3775. Amazon patents way for you to sell your digital items | Internet & Media - CNET News
  3776. Amazon Launches Its Own Currency to Make It Easier to Spend on the Kindle | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3777. Microsoft and Symantec Just Busted a Major Cyber Crime Ring
  3778. Vulnerability Lets Hackers Control Building Locks, Electricity, Elevators and More | Threat Level | Wired.com
  3779. If You Count Tablets, Then Apple Is the Leader in a Growing PC Market - John Paczkowski - News - AllThingsD
  3780. Storybird Aims To Attack The Last Bastion Of The Printed Word, The Kids’ Bookshelf | TechCrunch
  3781. Researchers Devise New Attack Techniques Against SSL - Slashdot
  3782. Surface Pro reviews are in and the results are sobering | Microsoft windows - InfoWorld
  3783. Man Spends Three Years of His Life Destroying Company Servers With Cleaning Supplies
  3784. Silent Circle's encryption app could revolutionize mobile privacy, if Uncle Sam lets it
  3785. Moving to cloud computing is harder, costlier than originally envisioned - Network World
  3786. Dell goes private in $24.4 billion deal, including $2 billion loan from Microsoft | The Verge
  3787. Skype begins direct carrier billing in Russia, US and Canada to follow
  3788. Twitter apparently pursuing two factor authentication in wake of security breach - SlashGear
  3789. amazon-patents-maintaining-scarcity-of-goods
  3790. The 4 most likely reasons you were hacked | Security - InfoWorld
  3791. New York Times Hacked Again, This Time Allegedly by Chinese | Threat Level | Wired.com
  3792. Google’s Plans For Trekker Come To Fruition With 9,500 Grand Canyon Panoramas Added To Google Maps | TechCrunch
  3793. Symantec Statement Regarding New York Times Cyber Attack
  3794. ZoneAlarm Free Firewall 2013 Review & Rating | PCMag.com
  3795. Kaspersky Lab adds mobile and system management to its business security offering - Network World
  3796. MAKE | Generation 3D: Printrbot’s Brook Drumm on Kids and 3D Printing
  3797. Twitter hacked; 250,000 users must reset their passwords | PCWorld
  3798. House Of Representatives Bans Spotify Because P2P Tech Must Be Evil!! | Techdirt
  3799. Is Netflix Smart To Dump Its New Shows in One Big Chunk?
  3800. Prince George’s considers copyright policy that takes ownership of students’ work - The Washington Post
  3801. Schmidt slams China as world's most prolific hacker • The Register
  3802. The 20 Richest Interns In Tech - Business Insider
  3803. Time Inc. Lays Off 500 (Memo) - Peter Kafka - Media - AllThingsD
  3804. Schneier on Security: "People, Process, and Technology"
  3805. Google Decides Smartphone Market Share Is More Important Than Net Neutrality | Techdirt
  3806. Honda adding 'Eyes Free' Siri integration in some 2013 cars | Apple - CNET News
  3807. is-line-between-hacker-criminal-really-that-fuzzy.shtml
  3808. Philips Exits Consumer Electronics - The Source - WSJ
  3809. 128GB Surface Pro ships with 83GB free, 64GB has only 23GB
  3810. amazon-tackles-web-video-with-new-conversion-service
  3811. Researchers Find Serious Security Flaws in Universal Plug and Play | Threat Level | Wired.com
  3812. 128GB Apple iPad Is a 'Savvy' Response to Surface Pro | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
  3813. 7 Massive Ideas That Could Change the World | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3814. Apple, Android grab 92 percent of all smartphone shipments | Mobile - CNET News
  3815. Keen On… Jon Miller: Why Content Will Be King Of Tomorrow’s Digital Economy | TechCrunch
  3816. Editorial: Facebook vs. Vine is another chapter in the book of 'We Own You'
  3817. Review: KeePass makes strong passwords and keeps them safe | PCWorld
  3818. Marissa Mayer’s 3 Goals for Yahoo: A Better UI, Bigger International Reach And Broader Demographics | TechCrunch
  3819. The Next Step for Computing: The Storage Fabric - Albert "Rocky" Pimentel - Voices - AllThingsD
  3820. Carlos Miller Arrested (Again) For Perfectly Legal Photography | Techdirt
  3821. Pentagon Cyber Force Turns To Hackers To Meet Growing Demand
  3822. Researchers Set Record With Million-Core Calculation | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
  3823. 58,000 Security Camera Systems Critically Vulnerable To Attackers - Slashdot
  3824. How Newegg Saved Online Retail - Slashdot
  3825. Trojanized SSH Daemon In the Wild, Sending Passwords To Iceland - Slashdot
  3826. Top 10 Good Tech Habits Everyone Should Have
  3827. Turbo-Charge Your Netflix Streaming Account
  3828. Exclusive: Billionaires secretly fund attacks on climate science - Climate Change - Environment - The Independent
  3829. What Can We Expect in 2013? - Boston Information Security | Examiner.com
  3830. 11 Body Parts Defense Researchers Will Use to Track You | Danger Room | Wired.com
  3831. Why Experts Think Twitter's 6-Second Videos Could Be Huge | Wired Business | Wired.com
  3832. 'Cyber 9/11' may be on horizon, Homeland Security chief warns | Security & Privacy - CNET News
  3833. Thousands of Publicly Accessible Printers Searchable On Google - Slashdot
  3834. Drafts Updates with More Dropbox Actions, URL Actions, and Workflow Automation
  3835. Installing Apache2 With PHP5 And MySQL Support On Fedora 18 (LAMP) | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials
  3836. Google Pushing Back On Law Enforcement Requests For Access To Gmail Accounts - Slashdot
  3837. Just Two More Days To Unlock Your Phone, Then You'll Be Breaking The Law | Techdirt
  3838. What to do when About This Mac lies to you | MacFixIt - CNET Reviews
  3839. How to Pick a Career You Actually Like
  3840. Tweet to Learn | Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network
  3841. Wolfram Alpha Gives a New Window On Facebook Data - Slashdot
  3842. 15 Top Paying Certifications for 2013
  3843. YouTube
  3844. A close look at how Oracle installs deceptive software with Java updates | ZDNet
  3845. Review: Freebie Multi-Process Killer does exactly what you'd expect | PCWorld
  3846. Have a Wi-Fi-Enabled Phone? Stores Are Tracking You - Slashdot
  3847. free-open-source-digital-textbook-provider-boundless-releases-its-content-under-creative-commons
  3848. Re-inventing Academic Publishing: 'Diamond' Open Access Titles That Are Free To Read And Free To Publish | Techdirt
  3849. IT Admins and Security Auditors :: Windows OS Security :: Articles & Tutorials :: WindowSecurity.com
  3850. Cable Industry Finally Admits That Data Caps Have Nothing To Do With Congestion | Techdirt
  3851. Digital Activist's Suicide Casts Spotlight on Growth of Open Access Movement: Scientific American
  3852. Is It Legal to Rip a DVD That I Own?
  3853. Business Interactions Platform Tradeshift Receives Strategic Investment From Intuit, Access To 5M QuickBooks Customers | TechCrunch
  3854. Three Charged In New York With Spreading Computer Virus Around The World « CBS New York
  3855. Twitter Is Preparing Vine For Sharing Video Within Your Tweets | TechCrunch
  3856. Why Bad Grammar Makes Good Passwords - Yahoo! News
  3857. Court Says You Can't Ban Sex Offenders From Social Networks
  3858. US Government Announces National Day of Civic Hacking - Slashdot
  3859. Researchers Achieve Storage Density of 2.2 Petabytes Per Gram of DNA - Slashdot
  3860. Fedora 18 Spherical Cow review - Bad bad bad
  3861. thinking_about_1.html
  3862. Mailbox: Sign Up For The Impending Email Revolution
  3863. The Definitive Compilation of Segway Fails
  3864. Six Strikes Administrator: Loss Of Open WiFi Access At Cafes Is Acceptable Collateral Damage | Techdirt
  3865. MIT Warned of a JSTOR Death Sentence Due To Swartz - Slashdot
  3866. how-mit-ensnared-a-hacker-bucking-a-freewheeling-culture.html
  3867. We Need Technology to Help Us Remember the Future | Wired Opinion | Wired.com