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Apple's Cook: The pot calling the kettle black

of consumers are taking steps to beef up their online security in response to the iCloud breach, such as making ...

News Scan: Mobile apps for Microsoft's ERP platform; Battle for the enterprise in-building wireless market; more

brands are expected to buy 73 percent of all high-resolution LCDs using low temperature polysilicon ...

Dice study reveals fastest-growing IT skills

CIOs looking to hire IT pros this quarter can expect to pay more for certain top in-demand skills, including those involving big data, cybersecurity and cloud computing. Online job site Dice.com has just released its quarterly report of the fastest-growing tech skills. The report serves as a guide for IT pros ...

For America's nurses, mobile devices are just what the doctor ordered

show that 65 percent of nurses currently use a mobile device for professional purposes at work, and 95 ...

News Scan: Don't use big data to discriminate, says FTC; Pay cuts at IBM for deficient tech pros; More

rights More and more fundamental decisions that shape people's lives are being made using big data, ...

Questions linger about Apple Pay; UK online banking fraud soars;

>> Apple Pay security: Hope abounds, but questions linger (TechTarget) >> UK online banking fraud rockets 71% in 2014  (Infosecurity Magazine) >> Turning the tables on "Windows Support" scammers by compromising their PCs (Ars Technica) >> Malware-free intrusions on the rise ...

Collaboration platform Huddle brings together cloud, BYOD

users, spoke with TechRepublic about the various uses his company has found for the Huddle platform ...

Russian parliament plans for Bitcoin ban

and they can call them money, but they can't use these surrogate currencies as tender," Moiseev ...

Would you like a pumpkin spice latte with that fraudulent tax return?

is a sobering reminder that criminals use the identities of recently deceased individuals to steal their tax ...

Printer security flaw enables a hacker to spy on documents

and update anyone's printer with a Trojan image which spies on the documents being printed or is used ...