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iPhone 6 launch scheduled for mid-September (probably)

by Jamie Hinks The Apple iPhone 6 launch event is being tentatively scheduled for the second or third week of September. Read more about iPhone 6 launch scheduled for mid-September (probably)

EU says right to be forgotten is Google’s mess

The EU criticized Google yesterday for telling publishers about removed right to be forgotten links, said there is no such thing as censorship and it was all Google’s fault to begin with. Read more about EU says right to be forgotten is Google’s mess

Google skirts European privacy ruling and causes a stink

Regulators are not happy about Google's handling of "right to be forgotten." Read more about Google skirts European privacy ruling and causes a stink

Not managing your endpoints? Then you don't have an IT service desk

by Christian Nagele Christian Nagele, founder and CEO of CentraStage, talks us through why endpoint monitoring and management is critical to the modern IT service desk. Read more about Not managing your endpoints? Then you don't have an IT service desk

Make your own breaking news with Reddit Live

by Barclay Ballard The so-called front page of the Internet has launched its own live blogging service which will allow users to receive updates on real world events immediately. Read more about Make your own breaking news with Reddit Live

Google Maps feature will let you Explore Nearby stuff

by Barclay Ballard New Google app will offer suggested venues based on context, such as time of day and weather, and will learn the user's preferences the more it is used. Read more about Google Maps feature will let you Explore Nearby stuff

FTC wary of big data in health

With Apple, Google and just about everyone else jumping on the health and fitness bandwagon the FTC isn’t so sure it’s a good idea. Read more about FTC wary of big data in health

IT budgets set to rise, but not much going for recruitment

by Darren Allan IT spending more on new tech to manage the likes of BYOD, rather than employing new staff members. Read more about IT budgets set to rise, but not much going for recruitment

Samsung wants to get Oculus VR on its handsets

Samsung is direclty working with Facebook on to use Oculus VR headsets with its mobile devices. Read more about Samsung wants to get Oculus VR on its handsets

Qualcomm's President accuses Chinese customers of under-reporting sales

by Jamie Hinks Qualcomm's Chinese customers reported to be short changing company on licensing payments. Read more about Qualcomm's President accuses Chinese customers of under-reporting sales

Data Integration: The only true provision against cybercrime

by Julie Lockner Even previously well protected and "secure" industries such as the public sector have realised that they must take extra steps in order to secure their data. Here's how to do it. Read more about Data Integration: The only true provision against cybercrime

FCC warns ISPs ‘We’re watching you’

The FCC has issued a new advisory reminding ISPs that they must disclose accurate information about connectivity speeds and services for home and mobile broadband. Read more about FCC warns ISPs ‘We’re watching you’

Forensic scientist drops bomb on Apple iOS security

Forensic scientist and author Jonathan Zdziarski has revealed backdoors, attack points and surveillance mechanisms built into iOS Devices. Read more about Forensic scientist drops bomb on Apple iOS security

Can I use Dropbox?

I know security is coming to the public awareness when I start getting contacted by relatives and friends about the security of products beyond anti-virus.  I think it’s doubly telling when the questions are not about how to secure their home systems but about the security of a product for their business.  Which is exactly […]

Root my ride

If you’ve never watched the anime Ghost in the Shell(GITS) and you’re in security, you’re doing yourself a great disfavor.  If nothing else, watch the Stand Alone Complex series as a primer of what we might expect from Anonymous in the future.  I know my friend Josh Corman tries to sit down to watch it […]

Airbnb's Belo logo is its Madden Moment

Is Airbnb's very expensive new logo going to punk us at some point because it looks like a joke. Read more about Airbnb's Belo logo is its Madden Moment

Microsoft study shows weak passwords and reuse not so bad

An interesting study from Microsoft Research has shown that using weak passwords and reusing them for various sites might not be so bad after all. Read more about Microsoft study shows weak passwords and reuse not so bad

Attorney General weighs in on Apple eBook price-fixing

Attorney General George Jepsen issued a statement today regarding Apple’s role in the eBook price-fixing case that could end up costing Apple $400 million dollars. Read more about Attorney General weighs in on Apple eBook price-fixi...

Google's Project Zero

Google recently announced Project Zero, an initiative to “to significantly reduce the number of people harmed by targeted attacks“. Project Zero is inverting the traditional bug bounty program and there are many positive elements to this new initiative. Show More Summary

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