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Symantec unearths sophisticated “Regin” malware that’s been spying on telecoms, energy sectors for years

Researchers from the security firm Symantec have uncovered evidence of “highly advanced malware” in the wild. They believe the virus was developed by a nation-state state to spy on targets in various industries, including airlines, banking, energy, hospitality and research. … Continue reading ?

The Regin Espionage Toolkit

Regin is the latest in the line of sophisticated espionage toolkits used to target a range of organizations around the world. As already reported, it's one of the more complex pieces of malware around, and just like many of the other toolkits it also has a long history behind it. Show More Summary

Getting Started With Paid Promotions

11 hours agoInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by anthonycoraggio I'm receiving more and more questions from clients about how best to leverage paid content distribution and paid social platforms (here referred to together as 'paid promotions'). There's a lot of reason for...Show More Summary

15 #MadeInIndia Software For Billing & Invoicing

There are plenty of billing & invoicing software available and as per trends most of them are SaaS based unlike to India’s

Bangalore Among 4 Fastest Growing Startup Cities In The World

All the Asian countries have a reason to rejoice. According to new data compiled by CB Insights, a research firm, four Asian

Govt. To Create An IoT Industry In India Of USD 15 Billion By 2020

The internet of things (IoT) seems to be gaining huge popularity in India. From insurance companies looking out to offer better premiums

You Won’t Believe How Much Money These iOS Games Make

You know that gaming on the iPhone is big business. Free-to-play games like Candy Crush Saga, Clash of Clans, and others are making insane amounts of money from games that are technically free. It’s all about the in-app purchases, and love them or hate them, they are here to stay. Show More Summary

Video Review: Epson Expression Premium XP-820 Color All-in-One Printer

With an amazing featureset, small footprint on your desk, low price and inexpensive ink cartridges, the Epson Expression Premium XP-820 Small-in-One color printer might just be the best choice for your home or small office. Watch myShow More Summary

DerpTrolling’s latest PlayStation Network, Windows Live hack claims don’t pass muster

Internet mayhem crew DerpTrolling claims to have stolen username and password data from several different gaming outfits including the PlayStation Network, Windows Live, and 2K Games Studios. The group has posted its claimed ill-gotten booty on Pastebin and the dump … Continue reading ?

AMD Plans To Release Mantle SDK Later This Year

Richard Huddy, Gaming Scientist for AMD, announced at a presentation last week at PDXLAN that plans are still in motion for releasing a public Mantle SDK this year. Intel and Nvidia have been publicly encouraged by AMD to use the SDK for free.

My two tech motivations

I want to keep the things that are open open. I want to make more things that are open. I need more surface to develop on. I don't at this time work inside a big company. Maybe the only way to play with the good toys is to hook up with one. Show More Summary

Apple: Solid Hardware, Software Slipping?

At this juncture I've had a while to play around with the iPhone 6, and the newest versions of both iOS and OS X. But I have to mention an uncomfortable feeling that while Apple's hardware is the best it's ever been (love the iPhone 6 camera, screen quality, and battery life), the software quality seems to be slipping.

Google Refuses MPAA Request to Blacklist ‘Pirate Site’ Homepages

The MPAA recently asked Google to remove the homepages of dozens of sites that offer links to pirated content. Google, however, refused to take down most of the URLs, likely because the takedown notices are seen as too broad. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and anonymous VPN services.

Here's the laser-shooting watch you didn't know you wanted

This might not be the smartest watch, or the smartest idea, but it's certainly cool.

8 Android Apps Every World Traveller Needs

Travelling the world is a now seemingly ubiquitous pastime for everyone from students to pensioners. With smartphones and tablets equally as ubiquitous, we thought we’d put the two together to come up with the definitive list of eight Android apps that every world traveller needs. Show More Summary

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