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Survey: American consumers are willing to purchase Apple and Google Vehicles

TECHanlysis Research made a survey among 1,000 American consumers who have already owned a car or plan to purchase one in two years. The survey involves in car brands, performance and technology. One of the questions is whether consumers are willing to purchase vehicles that produced by Apple, Google or other tech companies.     [...]

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Facebook At Work will be released soon

Facebook is now busy in preparation for the new release- Facebook At Work, a communication platform which aims to serve enterprises. Facebook At Work is supposed to be debuted next month, and charge by month. Facebook hasn’t revealed the specific amount for subscription fees.             Users of Facebook At Work [...]

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Over 840,000 Cisco devices can be infected by NSA-related exploit

It is reported that there are over 840,000 Cisco networking devices around the world contain a security flaw which can be easily hacked by a group of hackers who covertly serve U.S. National Security Agency. The details of this vulnerability were just released by Cisco last week and it is found to have compromised the [...]

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Seagate NAS boxes found host cryptocurrency mining malware

There are thousands of publicly accessible FTP server, including the Seagate network-attached storage drives, are found to have been under the control of cyber hackers who now get hold of the cryptocurrency mining malware. PC experts from security client Sophos discovered this problem when they tested a malcode dubbed Mal/Miner-C, which is capable to take [...]

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Google Chrome to start marking HTTP connections as insecure

In order to encourage more website owners to allow their encryption into their online properties and to offer more powerful protection to the websites, Google takes actions to label HTTP connections as insecure in Chrome browser. The plan will take effect in January with the publication of Chrome 56. A “not secure” indicator of Chrome [...]

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Mozilla releases free website security scanning service

With the purpose of offering better protection to webmasters’ websites and users, Mozilla has launched an online scanner to check the latest security situation of web servers. This tool called Dubbed Observatory was originally applied for in-house use by Mozilla security engineer April King, who then decided to improve the tool and make it available [...]

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Apple Announced to Launch A Security Bounty Program

At the Black Hat 2016 security research conference held in Las Vegas on Thursday, Apple’s head of security engineering Ivan Krstic announced the launch of a bug bounty program, and promised to prioritize pushing updates. Security researchers will be paid – up to $200,000 – for discovering and reporting major bug and security flaws in [...]

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Amazon Allegedly Bought IDE Startup Cloud9

According to a post published on Cloud9′s blog on Thursday, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has acquired Cloud9, a cloud-based software startup that built an integrated development environment (IDE) for web and mobile developers. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed yet. AWS declined to comment on the acquisition. As a privately held company founded in [...]

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Dropbox Rolled out A Series of New Features

On Wednesday the cloud service Dropbox released a series of new features for individual and business users. One of the most impressing features is to scan documents (like article, menu, or content on white board) with the cameras of mobile devices. Those scanning copies will be directly uploaded & saved into the Dropbox account. For [...]

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Amazon Reportedly Works on A Standalone Music Streaming Service

Amazon is preparing to launch a standalone music streaming subscription service that will rival Apple Music and Spotify, as Reuters reports. According to a source familiar with the matter, Amazon’ music streaming service will be offered at $9.99 per month, and it will offer competitive catalog of songs. Amazon is finalizing deals with major music labels, and [...]

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