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FBI may have to accept encryption; State CIOs won't accept security holes;

 [eWeek] And Finally...  You know, somebody should do a story about standing in line for hours at a rental ...

Twitter courts mobile app developers with something like a platform

that developers prefer. Developers incorporate this module through a few lines of reference to Twitter's SDK. There's also a module that enables mobile app users to compose and publish new tweets in the context ...

Cybersecurity rating service BitSight beefs up big data bona fides

in helping them mitigate cybersecurity risk. However, the advanced organizations still need to get buy-in ...

IP phones may get productivity boost with Asterisk 13 upgrade

naming tables. "There were a whole lot of complex architectural reasons inside of Asterisk 12 why ...

Akamai reports last IPv4 addresses are being exhausted

expended, a 6.7 percent gain over last quarter. But lest you get any ideas that the division of IPv4 ...

Tech firms form new security alliance, while new study details carding black market

period to $12.7M [FierceITSecurity] ...

A brief history of malware

ever malware attacking the Mac OS X, was discovered. Jan. 17, 2007: Storm worm created one of the largest botnets in history. By June, it had infected 1.7 million computers. July 2007: The Zeus Trojan, ...

News Scan: IoT good for vendors; Tech icons star in new graphic novel; More

value than the latest single from a pop single. Their stories are America's myths." (Read more ...

News Scan: Tablet case could help deaf get jobs; Windows drops Nokia from Lumia brand; more

>> Startup's new tablet case could help the deaf get jobs A tablet case from startup MotionSavvy enables tablets to recognize sign language and translate it into text, according to a report from Wired. Among its uses, the case can help deaf people with job interviews and get a job. "You're ...