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Investors back Dizmo's sci-fi UI with $2 million

by Darren Allan Bring on Tom Cruise and the Minority Report user interface. Read more about Investors back Dizmo's sci-fi UI with $2 million

Twitter trolls are a problem that need solving

by Tom Phelan Twitter's global head of online safety says the company wants to do more about the criticisms made of the company. Read more about Twitter trolls are a problem that need solving

Transportation Department wants power to regulate map apps

The National Transportation Department is intensifying its battle against distracted driving by seeking explicit authority from Congress to regulate navigation aids of all types, including apps on smartphones. Read more about Transportation Department wants power to regulate map apps

French Hospital's Computer “Bug” Trashes a Fortune in Perfectly Good Drugs

Whistleblowers say the waste is in the hundreds of thousands of euros a year; hospital administrators put it at "only" €30,000 annually

Crowdstrike's PLA 61486 Report - Using Photoshopped Pictures?

There's something wrong with those dramatic pictures of military satellite dishes contained in the Crowdstrike report on Chen Ping and PLA 61486. This is especially troubling since they play such a big role in Crowdstrike's attribution...Show More Summary

Don't hook up your toilet to the Internet

by TGD Team Your Internet of Things (IoT) toilet may be in danger of being hacked. Yes, your toilet. Read more about Don't hook up your toilet to the Internet

Startup puts your health records onto Google Glass

by TGD Team We may be down on Glassholes, but this sounds like a pretty good way to use the technology for good. Read more about Startup puts your health records onto Google Glass

Loophole in PayPal is a "license to print money" for hackers

by Paul Cooper Convicted of hacking into NASA and the Pentagon computers, the former hacker has figured out how to use PayPal to double your money. Read more about Loophole in PayPal is a "license to print money" for hackers

Anonymous hacks FIFA World Cup as promised

by Paul Cooper Even knowing that 3 billion people are going to be very angery if the beautiful game is disrupted this month, Anonymous hacker collective is making good on its promise to launch cyberattacks to disrupt the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Read more about Anonymous hacks FIFA World Cup as promised

Tesla takes a stand against patent trolls

by Paul Cooper Elon Musk likes to be the maverick and now he is willing to look the other way if other companies choose to use Tesla's patents. Read more about Tesla takes a stand against patent trolls

HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 ultrabook is robust

by Sandra Vogel The EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 also includes a pressure sensitive touchpad and mobile broadband options. Read more about HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 ultrabook is robust

Facebook sucks up user’s browsing habits

In an effort to make more money by selling more ads Facebook has announced that they will be collecting your browsing habits and dishing up your digital demographic profile to advertisers. Read more about Facebook sucks up user’s browsing habits

Anti-Uber taxi protest in London backfires

by Paul Cooper 12,000 London black cab drivers protested Uber and managed to get the app an 850% leap in downloads. Read more about Anti-Uber taxi protest in London backfires

Security Issues Plague World Cup – Security News Roundup

With the 2014 World Cup kickoff just hours away, international focus has shifted to Brazil, where protests and allegations of unpreparedness have plagued coverage of the event. We’ve rounded up some of the most interesting security stories from the Cup below. Show More Summary

HP Apollo: a 100 per cent liquid cooled supercomputer

by Jamie Hinks The Apollo supercomputer range are up to four times faster than traditional rack servers. Read more about HP Apollo: a 100 per cent liquid cooled supercomputer

Amazon plans to sell you babysitting

by Barclay Ballard Amazon is getting into the local services market, yes, things like babysitting and house cleaning. Read more about Amazon plans to sell you babysitting

European Commission wants more on Apple's tax machinations

by Barclay Ballard Apple's tax arrangements in Ireland raised the hackles of the US Senate and now the Europeans want a formal investigation. Read more about European Commission wants more on Apple's tax machinations

Bleamcard brings augmented reality to business cards

Bleamcard is a cool augmented reality enhanced business card/smartphone combination that lets you add an impressive array of information, pictures even video to a standard paper business card. Read more about Bleamcard brings augmented reality to business cards

Salesforce pitching wearable device cloud initiative

Salesforce, widely known for their CRM software, has decided to try getting into the wearable device developer space. No they aren’t coming out with their own devices, instead they are launching a new cloud service called Salesforce Wear. Show More Summary

If you don’t enter, you can’t win

Let me start by saying Nikita is brilliant and should be showered for accolades for coming up with this, presumably on the fly. Let me give you some background.  Today was the day the letters about who’s talks were accepted for Defcon 22 came out.  Additionally, all the rejection letters for those not lucky (or well prepared […]

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