Facebook is not your friend! Encryption holds key for data privacy

Facebook is not your friend. It’s a money-making machine, and it makes money by collecting and commercially exploiting your data. No one should be surprised when that data can be used to manipulate our thoughts.

Places Is A Sharing Platform That Puts Privacy First

Places is a privacy-centric startup that’s building a secure Dropbox-style platform for file sharing and messaging — but one that has end-to-end, client-side encryption built in. It’s currently launched in early alpha and is inviting people to sign up for a forthcoming beta at Joinplaces.com.

Kibo iOS App Lets You Hide Messages In Your Messages

Just when you thought the wonderful world of digital messaging couldn’t get any more rich and layered, along comes another app to prove there are more ideas in the digital sphere than can be contained within the average web user’s philosophy… Just don’t call Kibo a messaging app.

DDoS attack site Webstresser taken down

Joint operation takes down site responsible for last year's DDoS attacks against high street banks.

AI in the UK: ready, willing and... stale?

By investing in home-grown tech companies and future talent, the UK could become a world leader in AI technology.

Time is of the essence for cash-based payments

If we don’t prepare properly, the transition to a largely cashless future could see the re-emergence of financial exclusion, which we thought had been vanquished in Western societies.

AI B2B market set to be worth $1.2 trillion this year

Business value gained from employing artificial intelligence will hit new high in 2018, Gartner estimates.

Google upgrades Gmail to offer greater productivity

Major G Suite update brings new functionalities including AI-powered features.

GDPR: One month to go - the industry speaks

Some of the technology world's top minds share their advice and opinions on GDPR.

Organisations urged to ante up versus cybercrime

Financial businesses in the UK need to up their security game to tackle the latest threats.

UK targeted Isis with cyber warfare

GCHQ disrupted communication and operations with ongoing cyber-attack.

Santander launches blockchain-based international payments

New system allows for European transfers to be completed in one day and will soon be available in the UK.

Journey to the cloud: finding the right way

Finding the right managed services partner is an essential first step to your organisation's cloud journey.

T-Mobile to Offer Samsung Galaxy S5 With No Down Payment

T-Mobile will be offering the Samsung's new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, for $0 down and 24 monthly payments of $27.50, the company has announcedThe Galaxy S5 will become available for pre-order March 24, and it will hit T-Mobile stores on April 11See also: Samsung Galaxy S5 Scans Fingers,

Developers Can Now Pre-Order The New Kinect For Windows Sensor For $199

Today, Microsoft’s Kinect for Windows team announced that developers can pre-order the next-generation Kinect for Windows sensor from the Microsoft Store for $199 and receive it in July, “a few months ahead of general availability of sensors and the SDK.” The sensor,




vArmour 介绍,该公司的产品能够帮助企业的「更直观、可视化地管理公司 IT 系统中保存、分布和分配的数据」,技术高度可规模化(scalalbe)。



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What It Feels Like To Vomit, Just After Summiting A 20,000' Peak

This is a brutally honest account of my first Himalayan climb — an attempt on the 20,305' Imja Tse — more popularly known as Island Peak. While it's a baby by Himalayan standards only one other point on earth outside of Asia reach a higher altitude.Read more...

过去一年,开发者在App Store赚到150亿美元,当然要分45亿美元给苹果

苹果宣布,过去12个月,开发者通过App Store获取了150亿美元的收入。而根据30%的分成规则,苹果获得了其中45亿美元的收入,相比2013年,整体收入大幅上涨了50%。

Google Merges European Operations To Square Up To Regulators And Rivals

United we stand, divided we fall. So goes the old saying that search and mobile giant Google is now taking to heart in Europe, as it faces off with regulators and rivals in the region. The company is merging its European regional and product operations into a single unit,


《新西兰先驱报》和The Intercept根据Edward Snowden提供的机密文件报道,新西兰政府通讯安全局(GCSB)秘密监控多个南太平洋邻国进行,与美国等国共享所得情报,收集的信息直接进入NSA的数据库。

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