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Tesla's Amazon cloud account was hacked and used to mine cryptocurrency (TSLA)

Tesla's Amazon Web Services account was hacked to mine cryptocurrency. The hack, which was first brought to Tesla's attention by the cybersecurity startup RedLock, also exposed some of Tesla's proprietary data related to mapping, telemetry,...Show More Summary

Sqreen wants to become the IFTTT of web app security

French startup Sqreen recently launched a Security Hub with dozens of plugins to put you in control of the security of your web app. In many ways, it feels like enabling tasks on popular automation service IFTTT. Sqreen participated in TechCrunch’s Startup Battlefield and Y Combinator’s current batch. Show More Summary

FCC chief Ajit Pai is being investigated for corruption by his own agency

US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) head Ajit Pai made headlines through 2017 as he fought to repeal net neutrality guidelines that prevented internet service providers from messing with your web traffic – and won. Things aren’t looking quite as rosy for him now, as that’s not all he’s been up to. Show More Summary

Get trained in Amazon Web Services for just $69 with this online course bundle

You can check out eight online courses designed to teach you about Amazon Web Services for just $69, a huge 96 percent discount.

A Google Cloud Outage Has Knocked Loads of Games Offline Including ‘Pokemon Go’, ‘Fire Emblem Heroes’ and More

You really never realize how many things utilize these massive cloud platforms until there is an outage. When Amazon Web Services had a massive five-hour outage last year it seemed like it took half the internet with it. This afternoon, Google is experiencing issues with Google Cloud, and most (if not all) games and apps

Pandora’s Premium music streaming service arrives on the web

Online music provider Pandora has revealed that its on-demand music streaming service is now available on the web. Pandora Premium was first announced in late 2016. After a short invite-only period, it was made available to everyone in the U.S. from April of last year. Unlike its free ad-supported service and Pandora Plus, Pandora Premium […]

Pandora Premium (Finally) Launches A Web App

Pandora today announced the overdue launch of a web app for it's paid Premium Music service. The new app brings the features of Pandora Premium's iOS and Android apps to the web. ________________________________ Now Playing Playlist The #1 most requested feature from Pandora listeners arrives today with the launch of...

Cranky on the Web: Frontier’s New Cities

Frontier Airlines to start service from BHM – Birmingham Business Journal This was a rather strange discussion, because the reporter... Read More

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Style Underperformer: Small-Cap Growth -1.6% Sector Underperformers: 1) Gold & Silver -4.2 % 2) Oil Service -4.1% 3) Gaming -3.2% Stocks Falling on Unusual Volume: RA, LEXEA, MPAA, EXPE, SWIR, FET, VCRA, WEB, PSDO, CBOE, CSL, PFLT, HDP,...Show More Summary

Google is working on a web interface for Android Messages

Most of the popular services, such as Facebook Messenger and iMessage, have some sort of method for people to use them on desktop PCs. Allo recently received this feature and now Android Messages could follow.

Amazon adds encryption at rest to DynamoDB database service

Amazon Web Services Inc. is adding a new encryption feature to its DynamoDB database service in order to help better secure user’s data. DynamoDB is Amazon’s NoSQL database service, which is designed for storing and retrieving unstructured data, and is typically used for big data workloads and analysis. Show More Summary

Nvidia stock surges as AI helps the chipmaker smash earnings forecasts

Artificial intelligence is driving a lot of new services from internet giants such as Amazon Web Services Inc., Google Inc., Facebook Inc. and Microsoft Corp. — and they all need Nvidia Corp.’s graphics chips to power AI in their massive data centers. Show More Summary

Symantec brings its Web Security Service to Azure and Office 365

Symantec today announced that it is partnering with Microsoft to bring its Symantec Web Security Service to Azure and Office 365. Using this service, Azure customers can proactively protect themselves against cyber threats and can better control their corporate data. Show More Summary

Announcing “Project Things” – An open framework for connecting your devices to the web

Last year, we said that Mozilla is working to create a framework of software and services that can bridge the communication gap between connected devices. Today, we are pleased to announce that anyone can now build their own Things Gateway to control their connected device directly from the web. We kicked off “Project Things”, with […]

Google Photos Now Lets You Create Your Own Themed Videos

Whether you’re looking through photos in the Google Photos app or on the web, the service is now letting users create their own themed videos. For example, if you have some great cat or dog photos and want to make a funny or special little video, you can do so now with just a few … Continued Google Photos Now Lets You Create Your Own Themed Videos is a post from: Droid Life

How to Enable Passwordless SSH Logins on Linux

It’s an excellent idea to sign in to your secure server without a password. Seriously, get rid of it. There’s no need to use a password on one of the most attacked services on web servers, right? Okay, enough joking. It’s true, though. Show More Summary

A New York City startup pays for 2 of its employees to go on vacation every year without spending a dime, thanks to a hack involving Amazon and a credit card

Software analytics company CB Insights gives out bi-annual "peer awards" to its employees. The company uses a Starwood American Express business card to pay for its hefty Amazon Web Services bill, generating a ton of Starwood points,...Show More Summary

Desperate for help: prescription drug addicts turn to the web

Lack of government-funded services means growing numbers have nowhere else to turn Thousands of people dependent on prescription drugs are desperately turning to online help groups and calling up charity helplines due to a lack of government-funded services. Show More Summary

Social media star data exposed in new season of ‘Lets Misconfigure Our AWS Storage’

After a quiet winter, a new season of misconfigured Amazon Web Services Inc. storage buckets takes us across the Atlantic to the bright lights of Paris with a company catering to social media stars exposing details online. Discovered...Show More Summary

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