"Physicists Foretell Quantum Internet With Entangled Photon Router" Wired Magazine 12:07 PM
"Open-source project to get gadgets talking via the net: More than 5,400 developers have downloaded a new open-source operating system designed to enable digital devices to communicate with each other." BBC 10:17 AM
"PC price cuts expected in Europe amid shipments slump: Gartner says PC spending has stalled due to economic uncertainty" Techworld 11:49 AM
"Google adds Now-style quick answers to mobile web results" ZDNet 12:10 PM
"New Technology Means You'll Never Run Another Yellow Light" Wired 12:06 PM
"Soft robot inches along like a worm" TG Daily 11:51 AM
"How to Detect Apps Leaking Your Data: A service called Mobilescope acts as a watchdog, alerting users when apps copy and transmit sensitive information." Technology Review 11:48 AM
"Geek girls unite with games, comics, Buffy" Reuters 11:22 AM
"Kinect 2 image leaked, shows increased detail and depth data" The Verge 11:07 AM
"New algorithm said to scrub nets for threats" EE Times 10:36 AM
"Samsung readies Exynos 5 Dual chip for tablets" V3 11:57 AM
"Samsung's ARM-powered Exynos 5250 is a next-gen mobile dream" TG Daily 11:51 AM
"Samsung details next-gen Exynos processor for smartphones and tablets" IDG News Service 10:31 AM
"Facebook's campus is getting a razor-sharp perk: A barbershop" Los Angeles Times [Paid Membership Required] 10:55 AM
"Call it Zucker Burg: Facebook campus gets its own Main Street/New Facebook campus in Menlo Park is out in the boondocks, so the company is building its own Main Street to cater to employees and attract bright Silicon Valley minds." Los Angeles Times [Free Registration Required] 10:27 AM
"Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer attempting to recruit Twitter executive, report says" CBS News 10:26 AM
"Spam sticking to Pinterest: Website shuts accounts in move to curb problem" Boston Herald 10:24 AM
"Blizzard Battle.net hack attack hits millions" BBC 10:18 AM
"Blizzard Battle.net Security Breached, Passwords Accessed" InformationWeek 10:09 AM
"SAP's Chen Challenges Oracle, IBM With Database Advances" Bloomberg 9:34 AM
"Rackspace CEO Bets the Farm on 'Open Cloud'" TheStreet 9:30 AM
"Meet Gauss, the Latest Weapon in the Unfolding U.S.-Israeli Cyberwar" AllThingsD 9:34 AM
"Gauss: Researchers release detection tools" Washington Post [Free Registration Required] 9:24 AM
"Scottish community broadband gets a £5m boost" ZDNet 12:10 PM
"Scotland adds £5m to broadband rollout pot" V3 11:57 AM
"Remote Scottish communities to benefit from £5m broadband fund" Techworld 11:50 AM
"Dotcom in prang as 'over the top' raid scrutinised" Fairfax NZ News 11:23 AM
"Reveton ransomware poses as FBI to extort money from web users" V3 11:57 AM
"FBI issues ransom malware warning after being 'inundated' by victims: After hitting UK, 'Reveton' on rampage in US" Techworld 11:49 AM
"US warning: Big uptick in Reveton malware impersonating the FBI" Network World 11:16 AM
"Google FTC Fine Illustrates Mixed-Up Priorities of US Watchdog Agencies" PCWorld 11:14 AM
"NASA about to perform the ultimate software upgrade . . . on Mars" Houston Chronicle 10:45 AM
"Chinese authorities find no underage workers at Samsung supplier" IDG News Service 10:29 AM
"CIA Investment Group Backs SiOnyx 'Black Silicon' Imaging: CIA firm invests in black silicon semiconductors, which enhance sensitivity of low-light, infrared imaging systems in defense, security systems." InformationWeek 10:10 AM
"Microsoft quietly makes 'Your Phone' Android app available to mainstream Windows 10 users"
"Ten useful iPhone apps you didn't know you needed"
"CIOs: Transform your teams if you want to deliver winning IoT products"
"PTC courts security researchers to find IoT vulnerabilities"
"Beyond Spectre: Foreshadow, a new Intel security problem"
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