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Eyefi links up with IFTTT to manage photo publishing and sharing

Eyefi, known for its popular Mobi wireless camera card and companion cloud sharing service, has announced official integration with IFTTT (If This Then That). Photography enthusiasts who use Eyefi services can tap into IFTTT as a quick...Show More Summary

Amazon Is Taking A Page From Netflix’s Book

Amazon Prime is taking a page from competitor Netflix. The video service will debut all 10 episodes of new drama series "Transparent" on September 26. Netflix's model for debuting new shows like "House of Cards" and "Orange is the New Black" has always been to release all episodes of a new season at once to allow fans to binge-watch. Show More Summary

Uber 'brand ambassadors' using burner phones, credit cards to sabotage Lyft

The ongoing war of dominance in the mobile ridesharing industry between rival services Uber and Lyft (identified by its cars' pink mustaches) is showing no signs of stopping. One recent report based on Lyft data accused Uber's contractors of booking and canceling 5,560 rides since October 2013. Show More Summary

The End of Using Gift Cards to Pay Mortgages

Evolve Money has been one of the easiest ways to earn miles at little cost. It’s a bill pay service that at one time even took credit cards, but in general has been useful for using gift cards to pay big bills like mortgages. In June they began limiting payments to a single vendor to […] The post The End of Using Gift Cards to Pay Mortgages appeared first on View from the Wing.

The Most Simple Explanation Of Cloud Computing Ever, From Google (GOOG)

Google employs 450 full-time engineers to stop hackers and other snoopers from breaking into its data centers and cloud services. And today, Google published a report card of sorts on how well they are doing in those matters. The new report explains how Google's cloud computing services work and why they are safe (Edward Snowden be darned). Show More Summary

Report: Uber Provided Phones And Credit Cards To Contractors To Sabotage Lyft

A new report in The Verge unearths some of the aggressive tactics employed by the ride-share service. Earlier this month, Lyft publicly accused Uber associates of summoning and then canceling thousands of rides at the last second. Uber...Show More Summary

Uber Gave Contractors Burner Phones And Credit Cards To Create Fake Lyft Accounts And Recruit Drivers

A post on the Verge today shows how Uber gave a group of contractors burner phones and a series of credit cards that could be used to create dummy accounts on its competitor’s service. Those contractors, which it calls “brand ambassadors,” were hired through a recruiting firm with the express purpose of stealing away Lyft drivers. Read More

Cheaper Gift Cards, $160 GoPro, 4K Monitor with a Free SSD [Deals]

We usually have a gift card deal or two to report on every day, but eBay has a nice roundup going on with deals from 8 popular stores and services. Some of the best include $100 at StubHub for $85, a year of PlayStation+ for $40, a $50 Jiffy Lube card for $40, and 30% off Skype credit. [Gift Card Sale] Read more...

Ricky Gervais Channels House of Cards’ Frank Underwood for Netflix Emmys Ad

last weekNews : Mediaite

Netflix is gearing up to have a big night on Monday, especially if it manages to take home the Outstanding Comedy Series Emmy for Orange Is the New Black. The streaming service came out of the gate looking confident, airing the ad below during the Emmy broadcast's first hour.

Anti-Business Practices At Visa

As consumers we take some comfort in knowing that by using a credit card to pay for products and services, should something go wrong, we can always ask the company to reverse the charges. Typically, the credit card company will investigate the dispute and come down on one side or the other. Show More Summary

Amazon expands its ‘Amazon Coins’ virtual currency to Japan & Australia

Today Amazon announced that its “Amazon Coins” payment system will be made available in both Japan and Australia, following the service’s 2013 U.S. launch. Amazon’s Coins operate somewhat like a prepaid credit card or a gift card; if a customer buys $10 worth of coins, they’ll get back 10 coins, which they can use to […]

More than 1,000 businesses affected by same malware as Target

The Secret Service estimates more than 1,000 businesses have been affected by the same kind of cyberattack that scraped Target's cash register system for consumer credit card information, the Department of Homeland Security said in an advisory Friday afternoon. 

More than 1,000 businesses affected by same malware as Target

The Secret Service estimates more than 1,000 businesses have been affected by the same kind of cyberattack that scraped Target's cash register system for consumer credit card information, the Department of Homeland Security said in an advisory Friday afternoon. 

More Than 1,000 Businesses Hit by Same Cyber Attack as Target

Target wasn't the only business that experienced a cyber attack that compromised tens of millions of its customers' credit cards, according to the Secret Service. More than 1,000 American businesses were hit by the same cyber attackShow More Summary

Secret Service estimates type of malware that led to Target breach is affecting over 1,000 U.S. businesses

The type of point of sale, or PoS, malware that resulted in massive credit card breaches from Target and other retailers over the past year is more widespread than previously reported, an advisory from the Department of Homeland Security and the Secret Service revealed Friday. Moreover, the malware, the agencies reported, has "likely infected many victims […]

Secret Service Warns 1,000 Businesses on Hack That Affected Target

last weekTechnology : Bits

Far more companies than originally thought may be vulnerable to the attack that allowed criminals to steal credit card information from Target and other major retailers.

Pics.io, a browser-based Raw editor built on Google Drive, goes live with public beta

Ukrainian start-up Pics.io is hoping to change your photography post-processing workflow with its new browser-based Raw editing and organization service. Using WebGL technology to harness the power of your computer’s graphics card, Pics.io is able to offer Raw image editing and management for Canon, Nikon, Sony and Olympus Raw files right in your web browser. Read more

51 Franchised UPS Stores Hacked, Possible Data Breach

If you used a credit card to pay for services or products at The UPS Store this year, your private information may have been hacked. In a statement issued this week, The UPS Store Inc. says that 51 of its franchise locations across the country were victims of a malware attack. Show More Summary

Free to Play Card Battler 'Assassin's Creed Memories' Exits Soft Launch and is Now Available Worldwide

In late June, one of our eagle-eyed forum members spotted a game called Assassin's Creed Memories on Ubisoft's digital gaming service Uplay. The brief description in Uplay pointed to Memories being a card battling game set in the Assassin's Creed universe, and in mid-July that was confirmed when the game soft-launched in the App Store

Five Best Rewards Credit Cards

last weekOdd : Neatorama

Some credit cards are more of a curse than a benefit. High interest rates, annual and other random fees, terrible customer service can all be negatives. Buyers must beware in the form of carefully reading the fine print of their contracts, lest they get costly surprises later. Show More Summary

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