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Malware Detected
Computers

The infamous shape shifting malware called Beebone has been shut down by the Europe’s Cybercrime Centre and the FBI. Beebone was controlling more than 100,000 computers a day and hackers were using it to steal information like passwords and download other programs to infect machines. According to reports, around 12,000

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Data Initiative for Community Policing, Leaders Gather at the White House
Computers

Police data initiative through using data and technology in community policing is given more priority. US President Barack Obama, after a meeting with the representatives of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing, speaks to the press in the White’s House Roosevelt Room, on March 2. Later last year

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US and China Tension Ignites with Latest Technology Export Licensing Block
ComputersMilitary Tech

Tech tension between the US and China is further ignited with the prior’s move of blocking technology exports to the latter. The move comes from US tech companies, which are grappling with the proposed restrictions imposed by Beijing. The US is blocking the technology exports correlated with the world’s fastest

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Ed Tech Execs, Founders Sit Down at the ASU+GSV Summit
Computers

Hundred of education technology capitalists and executives attend and meet at the lobby of the Phoenician Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona this week.  They join forces and sit down at the annual education technology conference with full view of their competitors. A highlight:  An online skills training company for technology professionals,

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Hillary Clinton Hires Veteran Google Exec for Campaigns
Computers

Long time Google executive has been hired by Hillary Clinton to become her chief technology officer to supervise her presidential campaign technology development as well as to discover and to build ways on how she can engage with potential voters, according to a source from the Democrats who has knowledge

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Local Tech Company to Enhance BOI Security
Computers

A local company tries making an airport a safer place, so it demonstrates its technological capacity and skills. In the past, security at airports has been a top concern, but it has not been just taking place inside the airport during days when passengers were limiting their liquids and taking

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Freecharge on a Mobile Device
ComputersSmartphonesTechnology

Snap Deal is an Indian e-commerce giant and has made one of the biggest acquisitions in the history of the internet industry in India. Snap Deal has not disclosed a price but the Economic times gave a number that the deal was valued at $450 million. If this number is

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White House Hacked by Russia
ComputersTechnology

According to CNN, the same Russian hackers who had recently hacked the State Department system have also hacked the White House computer system. The system which was hacked did not contain any sensitive information but the Russians did get access to the private schedule of the President. This attack including

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Google Chrome Extensions
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Google has decided to purge their browser Chrome of bad extensions. Google sites are full of malicious add-ons as per research. These malicious add-ons are responsible for stealing valuable data. A study which analyzed more than 100 million visits led to the conclusion of Google taking care of more than

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Google Gmail Logo
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Gmail users around the world reported that there were errors and safety warnings over the weekend. Google had forgotten to update a vital part of their messaging software. According to Google, the majority users are only affected in the short run and the problem will be solved soon. People around

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