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Google’s New Street View Image Recognition Algorithm Can Beat Most CAPTCHAs

7h ago - Here is an interesting conundrum for Google: it has created an algorithm that’s significantly bet... | Web
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Which Federal Agency Controls Cybersecurity? The Answer May Surprise You.

7h ago - One of the most hotly contested questions in the cyber domain (at least domestically) is whether... | Web
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Why Yahoo’s Not Going To Steal The Search Default For iPhone Away From Google

7h ago - Apparently Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer wants to be the default search for Apple’s Safari browser on i... | Web
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Google Science Fair - A Science Project or Next Dimension to Technology!

11h ago - Google science fair is a platform where the true young aspirants compete and present their work a... | Industry
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Amazon and Google are in an epic battle to dominate the cloud—and Amazon may already have won

11h ago - In technology, it’s sometimes good to let a pioneer figure out the pitfalls of a new market. Appl... | Web
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Get ready to pay for things with your veins

12h ago - Fingerprint scanners like those on the latest iPhones could soon give way to another biometric id... | Web
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Developers, Check Your Amazon Bills For Bitcoin Miners

1d 19h ago - Amazon Web Services gives developers access to massive computing capability. Now hackers have fou... | Web
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Google Knew About Heartbleed and Didn’t Tell the Government

1d 19h ago - Google knew about a critical flaw in Internet security, but it didn't alert anyone in the governm... | Web
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Obama: NSA Must Reveal Bugs Like Heartbleed, Unless They Help the NSA

1d 20h ago - After years of studied silence on the government’s secret and controversial use of security vulne... | Web
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The Internet Has A Password Problem

2d ago - You have a problem. Your online passwords — the barrier that protects your most private correspon... | Web
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This Is the End of Facebook as We Know It

5d ago - Facebook, the company that makes billions from connecting people to each other, is about to make... | Web
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How to manage and protect your passwords in the post-Heartbleed era

6d ago - As the threat from the Heartbleed flaw sinks in, before you start logging on to all of your onlin... | Web
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Are you still making these 5 Twitter mistakes?

6d ago - Twitter can be a great tool for establishing your brand, building a community and extending your... | Web
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YouTube Hurts Music Album Sales, Research Finds

6d ago - The music industry has often cited piracy as the main reason for the decline in music sales over... | Web
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How Heartbleed Works: The Code Behind the Internet's Security Nightmare

6d ago - By now you've surely heard of Heartbleed, the hole in the internet's security that exposed countl... | Web
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HSTS: The Security That All Websites Should Be Using

8d ago - You would think that by now the Internet would have grown up enough that things like online banki... | Web
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Critical crypto bug in OpenSSL opens two-thirds of the Web to eavesdropping

8d ago - For a more detailed analysis of this catastrophic bug, see this update, which went live about 18... | Web
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Samsung Gear Fit Is Beautiful, Inside and Out

9d ago - Mashable: When Samsung announced its ultra-sleek Gear Fit device in February, tech journalists he... | Gadgets
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Active Twitter Use Could Lead to Divorce and Infidelity, Study Says

9d ago - Twitter was originally created to help people feel more connected. The irony? Actively using the... | Web
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Do You Own Your Identity Online?

10d ago - The European “right to be forgotten” could help protect U.S. citizens against blanket data survei... | Web
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From Sexting to Sacraments: How Mobile Apps Are Taking on Religion

10d ago - At this point, our entire lives could be boiled down into a series of apps. Schedules, diets, fri... | Web
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DuckDuckGo: the plucky upstart taking on Google with secure searches

12d ago - Gabriel Weinberg launched DuckDuckGo as a search engine that puts privacy first, rather than coll... | Web
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U.S. wireless carriers finally have something to fear: Google

12d ago - Call Google “evil” all you want — I personally love how “evil” Google is — but there is no other... | Web
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Copyright and Content ID

13d ago - Mike Hewitt of the Spiderduck Network looks at the issue of Copyrights as it pertains to everyone... | Web
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How to stop social hackers before they attack

14d ago - In the digital age of online banking, dating and brand building, your domain is quite literally... | Web
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