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Windows Phone gets Fitbit app

by Darren Allan Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 gets new Fitbit app that supports the Fitbit Flex and the Fitbit One. Read more about Windows Phone gets Fitbit app

Nintendo's losses mount up: Mario's last stand

Maybe the time has come to admit that the greatest game company of all time has seen its best days. Read more about Nintendo's losses mount up: Mario's last stand

Education Initiative Spotlight: Build it Break It

We’re proud to be a sponsor of the first Build it Break it programming contest, run by the University of Maryland (UMD) and supported by one of our own employees and PhD student at the university, Andrew Ruef. Built it Break it is a “flipped CTF” where contestants both implement secure software and identify vulnerabilities in […]

You’ve been reported … by an ad

This looks like an interesting experiment; the City of London police have started placing ads on sites for pirated music warning that the visit to the site has been recorded and reported.  Called “Operation Creative”, this is an effort by the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) to educate people visiting sites that offer pirated […]

Yelp adds video capability for reviews

by Darren Allan Yelp reviewers will be able to add 3-12 second videos as well as images using a new iOS app. Android version coming along soon. Read more about Yelp adds video capability for reviews

Better economy may boost going green initiatives

by Aatif Sulleyman According to a V1 survey, at the first sign of financial trouble, businesses are far too willing to back away from going green. Read more about Better economy may boost going green initiatives

BSA survey predicts more software auditing

by Jelle Wijndelts A recent BSA Software Survey estimates that in 2013 $62.7 billion worth of commercial software was being used illegally around the world. Read more about BSA survey predicts more software auditing

Valuing users: the true cost of doing business online

Facebook's valuation raises the question: is it really worth more than Coca Cola and Toyota? Read more about Valuing users: the true cost of doing business online

Chinese hackers pull off Israel Iron Dome hack

by Paul Cooper Chinese hackers have broken into the computer systems of three Israeli defence contractors instrumental in the construction of Israel’s Iron Dome missile defence system. Read more about Chinese hackers pull off Israel Iron Dome hack

Here's how to make money from your social media addiction

by Aatif Sulleyman Bonzo Me, which went live earlier this month, and Bubblews, a site that officially launched last week, following an extensive period of beta testing, want to transform the social networking landscape. Read more about Here's how to make money from your social media addiction

Has Apple dropped Sapphire Glass from iPhone 6 plans?

by Darren Allan It appears that the iPhone 6 might not boast a sapphire glass display, after all – or at least not to begin with, according to the latest piece of gossip on the Apple smartphone front. Read more about Has Apple dropped Sapphire Glass from iPhone 6 plans?

Hands on With the Shield Tablet: If You Game You’ll Love It

This is a tablet designed by gamers for gamers. It is the latest addition to the NVIDIA Shield line and while it does have the typical tablet look it is by no means an iPad clone. Read more about Hands on With the Shield Tablet: If You Game You’ll Love It

“Your cons are just an excuse to drink and party”

I’m sure we’ve all heard it before when trying to get approval to travel to conventions:  “This is just a boondoggle and you’re going to party the week away!”  Many people believe that the only thing that gets done at security conferences is that a lot of alcohol gets consumed and people get silly at […]

Government trolls banned from Wikipedia

by Paul Cooper The U.S. Congress may not be able to get much done, but apparently there’s one task they have no trouble performing – editing Wikipedia articles. Read more about Government trolls banned from Wikipedia

Salesforce.com rolls out cloud-based sales tools

by Jamie Hinks Salesforce is rolling out Sales Cloud with a range of new features designed to make it easier to retain and interact with prospective customers. Read more about Salesforce.com rolls out cloud-based sales tools

OkCupid conducts social experiments on love

According to a blog post on the dating site OkCupid, founder Christian Rudder admitted that they’ve tried various experiments on their users too. Read more about OkCupid conducts social experiments on love

The future of the cloud

There have been some big happenings in the cloud space recently, but what does the future hold for cloud computing? Read more about The future of the cloud

Amazon jumps into the 3D printing market

by Joe Jejune The 3D Printed Products Store is a marketplace for print on-demand products. Read more about Amazon jumps into the 3D printing market

Red Shirt Survey: Network Pros don't get no respect

by Jamie Hinks Red Shirt Survey survey finds over half of all network professionals lack job recognition. Read more about Red Shirt Survey: Network Pros don't get no respect

Making a great "mobile first" app, the right way

by Ajay Chowdhury What does it mean to be truly "mobile first, why is it important, and how do you do it right? Read more about Making a great "mobile first" app, the right way

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