John McAfee: Revolutionary, not crazy

McAfee built a multi-billion dollar software security business, went a little nuts, and now wants to go revolutionary, fighting for freedom.Read more:

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John McAfee: Revolutionary, not crazy

McAfee built a multi-billion dollar software security business, went a little nuts, and now wants to go revolutionary, fighting for freedom.Read more:

Interview: John McAfee Answers Your Questions

A while ago you had a chance to ask John McAfee about his past, politics, and what he has planned for the future. As usual, John answered with extreme frankness, with some interesting advice for anyone stuck at a checkpoint in the third world.

Virtru, A Secure Email App Built By An Ex-NSA Engineer, Raises $6M

Revelations about how the NSA tracks users online, the growth of malicious hacking and a general move towards people wanting more privacy in their online interactions have all contributed to a surge of apps that offer users ways to control how the content they create is used online.

SourceClear Raises $1.5M Seed Round For Its Software Security Platform

Modern development frameworks and libraries can make writing software quite a bit easier, but at the same time, hackers are also aware of this and they specifically target popular frameworks to find potential exploits. Unless you constantly track alerts and update your frameworks religiously,

This Year’s Boston Red Sox Could Be An Argument Against Data-Driven Decision Making

For several years now, we’ve been hearing that we should follow that data and the truth will set our businesses free, but one of the chief proponents of data-driven decision making are sports teams.

Announcing Your Disrupt NY Startup Battlefield Final Judges: Borthwick, Botha, Dixon, Mayer, Pokorny

Welcome to sunny New York City, where people wear jackets to parties and time is of the essence! As you can probably guess, our whole team is here for the Disrupt NY conference at the Manhattan Center. We're really excited about this year's lineup, which includes Marissa Mayer,

Paranoia Made Me a Better Computer User

“You don’t want to end up on the Wall of Sheep.” That’s the last thing my editor told me before I flew to Las Vegas to hang out at the infamous hacker convention DEF CON. A week later, I found myself standing in front of the wall, looking frantically for my name and password.

Why data breaches in the health space herald a new dawn for KYP: Know Your Patient

Now is the time for health care organisations to adopt a rigorous KYP procedure.

The impact of SD-WAN adoption on digital transformation and corporate strategy

Insight into how SD-WAN is changing IT teams.

Five myths you have been told about industrial AI

Debunking a few common myths about AI for industrial use.

Global telcos under attack, state-sponsored groups in the limelight

Fingers are being pointed to the Chinese, again.

AWS Security Hub now available

Organisations can now handle all security and compliance issues in one place.

Cyber security skills gap: An industry in crisis or something even worse?

Symantec CTO Darren Thomson on tackling the critical skills gap

Security firms are losing out when it comes to top tech talent

They're losing out - and some are simply losing it.

Could the SketchFactor app be construed as racist?

The app, created by New York entrepreneurs, uses the wisdom of the crowd to identify bad neighborhoods and the Twitterverse says it is racist. Read more:

AVG and Opera team up for browser-security bundle

While many of us would prefer our web browser to come bare bones, and avoid things like toolbars that frequently ride along with free software, there are those folks who like a few extras...Read more:

Is it possible that a robot will be doing your job in 2025?

We discuss a new study in which half of all experts said yes, robots and AI will have a significant impact on jobs in a decade's time.Read more:

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FreedomPop Brings Its Free Wireless Service To Europe, Sans Handsets

FreedomPop, the startup out of LA that has been going after U.S. carriers’ wireless business with a “free” basic mobile offering, is now bringing a SIM-only version of its service to Europe and beyond. Today, the company announced that it will kick off first with FreedomPop in Belgium,






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虽然HTC One M9还没发布,但上手视频已经有了三段

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