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  • Attention Samsung Galaxy Users: Your phone has a big security flaw

    As many 600 million Samsung phones may have a security flaw that could allow hackers to monitor the camera and microphone, read incoming and outgoing text messages, and install malicious apps. Fortunately, Samsung says it will release a fix in a few days.

    Written by Bill Snyder21 June 15 00:12
  • 5 Ways to Keep Your Devices Charged During Holiday Travel

    I'm at my local Starbucks, drinking a seasonal concoction. (A no-whip caramel brûlée.) I'm listening to tinkly piano music on Pandora while I work. And I'm charging my iPhone using one of Starbucks' new Duracell Powermat wireless charging "spots."

    Written by James A. Martin21 Nov. 14 01:27
  • The Second Machine Age Will Make Everything You Know Obsolete

    One of the most interesting talks at this week's Dell World was a panel with Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian and Andrew McAfee and Eric Brynjolfsson, authors of The Second Machine Age. It was a fascinating -- and frightening -- talk about what's to come.

    Written by Rob Enderle08 Nov. 14 05:35
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  • 6 breaches: Lessons, reminders, and potential ways to prevent them

    Though all vastly different in scale and impact, the breaches at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Sally Beauty Supply, Starbucks, Anthem, Adult Friend Finder, and Penn State teach valuable lessons and reminders about security vulnerabilities and the need to do more to protect against attackers.

    Written by Kacy Zurkus17 June 15 04:33