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Amazon announced their latest offering this morning, Kindle Unlimited.
Microsoft took to the offense this week against malware, specifically Bladabindi (NJrat) and Jenxcus (NJw0rm) family of malware. In their sights to try to shut down this malware was another U.S.-based company, No-IP, with parent company Vitalwerks Internet Solutions, LLC.
Canada and the European Union have both passed laws that are being implemented and impact technology.
Law enforcement and the private sector, including McAfee, cooperated to dismantle the Gameover Zeus and CryptoLocker infrastructure, albeit temporarily.
Starting on Wednesday, the official TrueCrypt website has redirected to SourceForge and says that development has ended 5/2014. More questions than answers have come from Wednesday’s announcement.
Apple will be live streaming this year’s World Wide Developers Conference keynote speech.
Microsoft announced their new CEO to replace Steve Ballmer is Satya Nadella.
If you have ever wanted a certification in buzzwords, here is your opportunity.
Massachusetts is the fourth state to implement a computer service tax after Hawaii, New Mexico, and South Dakota.
In another round of Spring Cleaning, Google announced today that Google Reader will be retired on July 1st, 2013 and a number of other services will also be shuttered. Apps Script’s GUI Builder, and five UiApp widgets, CalDAV API, Google Building Maker, Google Cloud Connect, Google Voice App for Blackberry, Search API for Shopping, and […]
A script kiddie with the username maxymax tried to include a backdoor in WordPress by modifying a file within the twentyeleven theme on the WordPress Github repository. The file was heavily modified to include references to “Saudi Sh31l v1.0″. They then initiated a pull request, asking that their changes be accepted into the core code.