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Tiny IBM computer embeds in everday objects

Tiny IBM computer embeds in everday objects

IBM says it has developed the world's smallest computer, one that is smaller than a grain of salt. Announced at the company's Thi ...

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Trump administration steps up cyber warfare with China: hackers indicted

Trump administration steps up cyber warfare with China: hackers indicted

On Monday, the Department of Justice announced the indictment of Wu Yingzhuo, Dong Hao, and Xia Lei, all of whom are Chinese nationals who reside in ...

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The sins of tech companies

The sins of tech companies

This is an age where we depend on tech heavily. Concerns over the Obama administration's alleged abuse of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance c ...

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World awaits new cyber-attack by hacking tools stockpiled by the deep state

World awaits new cyber-attack by hacking tools stockpiled by the deep state

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Israel credits Trump for cracking bomb threat case

Israel credits Trump for cracking bomb threat case

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Computer scientists seek to overturn Trump's electoral victory

Computer scientists seek to overturn Trump's electoral victory

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FBI investigates 'hacked' election systems

FBI investigates 'hacked' election systems

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Obamacare exposes privacy and medical records to fraud

Obamacare exposes privacy and medical records to fraud

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Cyber shutdown of Ukraine power grid shows America's vulnerabilities

Cyber shutdown of Ukraine power grid shows America's vulnerabilities

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Creepy website invades privacy, via Internet

Creepy website invades privacy, via Internet

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Welfare shopping spree at Louisiana Walmarts

Welfare shopping spree at Louisiana Walmarts

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Hackers bushwack the Bush family

Hackers bushwack the Bush family

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New military applications for facial recognition technology

New military applications for facial recognition technology

ACAGI Inc. of Frederick MD has shown its facial recognition technology can be mounted on weapons and other platforms and used to identify potential terrorists. Recent trials were favorable.

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Russians hack LinkedIn

Russians hack LinkedIn

Users of LinkedIn are advised to change their passwords immediately.

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Latin American schools receive solar panels and Internet access

Latin American schools receive solar panels and Internet access

A cooperative venture involving Spain, Portugal and their former colonies plans on providing solar panels and computers to 80,000 schools in Latin America.

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Michigan university to offer free on-line courses

Michigan university to offer free on-line courses

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Addressing the cyber espionage threat to the United States

Addressing the cyber espionage threat to the United States

Hackers around the world strike the U.S. via the Internet to steal national and industrial secrets.

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Concern grows over Google's collaboration with foreign governments

Concern grows over Google's collaboration with foreign governments

Google receives requests from numerous governments, including China, United Kingdom, and the United States, to remove content and/or provide users' information. It will soon have to answer to Congress.

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GoDaddy! changes stance on SOPA after customers bolt

GoDaddy! changes stance on SOPA after customers bolt

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Google's business plan for small businesses

Google's business plan for small businesses

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