Are iPhones a security threat? Apple rejects Chinese claims

In a carefully and respectfully worded post on Apple’s Chinese website the company denied claims made on Chinese television that iPhones were a concern to national security.Read more:

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Are iPhones a security threat? Apple rejects Chinese claims

In a carefully and respectfully worded post on Apple’s Chinese website the company denied claims made on Chinese television that iPhones were a concern to national security.Read more:

Apple Asserts Its Commitment To Privacy In Response To Report By China’s CCTV

Apple has published a statement via its Chinese website as a follow-up to a report on the state-run CCTV last week that claimed its devices could present a state security risk according to researchers. The statement, available in both Chinese and English,

Chinese State Media Declares iPhone a Threat To National Security

MojoKid writes: "When NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden came forth last year with U.S. government spying secrets, it didn't take long to realize that some of the information revealed could bring on serious repercussions — not just for the U.S. government, but also for U.S.-based companies.

Where You Are Is Who You Are Even If It Is China

Where your cloud data is stored is, increasingly, critical to determining who controls it. Though many around the globe have become concerned about data storage in the United States, there are worse alternatives. Imagine, for example, if your personal data were stored on a cloud server in China,

Apple’s iOS security: Not what it’s cracked up to be

Apple’s mobile platform is seen as highly secure, but a forensic scientist and hacker has been busy pointing out multiple holes including backdoors and surveillance mechanisms.Read more:

ICE Benchmark Administration Announces Bank of China as a Direct Participant to the Gold Auction

LONDON -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE: ICE), the leading global network of exchanges and clearing houses,

13 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

The TechCrunch crew is back from Disrupt London with exciting news to report and a few new companies for you to meet. Jukedeck, an AI startup that writes music for your videos, took home the Disrupt Cup and the £30,000 grand prize. The winner of the Disrupt London Hackathon was FreeMe,

Merck and Pfizer to Present Updates for Avelumab at the European Cancer Congress 2015

Data from six abstracts, including new data in mesothelioma, urothelial (e.g. bladder) and gastric/gastroesophageal cancers,

How the iCloud "Hack" Holds iOS Devices Hostage

If you're an Aussie with an iPhone, there's a chance you've been woken up in the middle of the night by a certain terrifying message.Read more...

8 Reasons Why the Tokyo Olympics Will Be the Most Futuristic We've Ever Seen

In 1964, the last time Tokyo hosted the Summer Olympics, the nation revealed one of the biggest mic drops in transportation history: the debut of the shinkansen, the world-famous bullet train that became a Japanese icon. The first high-speed train in the world,

UK government plans Internet regulator

Proposed Internet regulator would hold tech giants accountable for content published on their platforms.

Salesforce brings voice to CRM with new Einstein Voice Assistant

Salesforce users can now obtain valuable data and insights with only their voice.

UK employees feel remote working guilt

Half of UK employees working remotely feel pressure to prove their working.

Painting by numbers: developing the real productivity picture

Could technology and data analytics be used to improve not only the workplace but also an organisation's employees?

Protecting your digital identity from hacks and breaches

As our identities become increasingly digital, protecting them from cyber threats has never been more important.

Six reasons an arts degree is an ideal springboard for a career in IT

The soft skills learned at a liberal arts college actually translate quite well to the field of IT.

UK company emails being hijacked for phishing

Victims are usually clueless they're being attacked.

Microsoft could replace humans with Project Adam

Microsoft says, "Project Adam is a new deep-learning system modelled after the human brain that has greater image classification accuracy and is 50 times faster than other systems in the industry".Read more:

"Your money or your website!" Russian hacker group ransoms CNET for Bitcoins

Technology news website CNET has fallen prey to an attack by the Russian hacker group w0rm, who attempted to ransom the personal data of more than one million users.Read more:

BYOD proving difficult transition, as half of all companies don't bother

While predictions about Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) paint a rosy future the reality is something less than expected.Read more:


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谷歌CFO确认Google Glass项目暂停并将重整

谷歌眼镜   北京时间 1 月 30 日早间消息,在谷歌的第四季度财报电话会议上,谷歌首席财务官帕特里克皮谢特(Patrick Pichette)对谷歌眼镜的未来并未表示乐观。  皮谢特以谷歌眼镜为例称,谷歌愿意后退一步,重新 ... ...

星迷必備!Star Wars 耳筒 + 防塵塞

之前介紹的 Star Wars USB 充電插頭在香港可能用不到,而今日介紹你 Star Wars 耳筒和防塵塞就一定用得著啦! 同樣有 Darth Vader 及 Boba Fett 的頭盔款式, 而耳筒更有 R2-D2 選擇。 耳筒的售價每個為 2,

Headbutting pig banned from London pub

LONDON — We've all been there: You've had one too many, and headbutted a fellow punter in the pub.One pig in London, though, has been doing it so often, she's been barred.See also:

採用先進人工智能!Musio 機械人識得主動與用家溝通

今時今日人工智能的發展可說是變得越來越成熟,由以往的單向性變成目前可以互 動交流。

谷歌:Project Ara坠落测试失败只是个玩笑

据外媒报道,谷歌确实拥有一群才华横溢的工程师团队,但他们当中有些还能利用自己的幽默技能为公司加分。今日,Project Ara项目组就在Twitter上告诉用户,这款模块化手机其实并没有在坠落测试中失败。







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