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Back to the Future‘Back to the Future II’ Predicted We’d Get Microsoft’s HoloLens in 2015 » Here

AlibabaAlibaba Looks to Take E-commerce to Rural China » More


AmazonAmazon.com, Inc. In Talks To Buy Israeli Chipmaker, Annapurna Labs, For $370 Million » Here

Charlie HebdoCharlie Hebdo Attack Prompts Microsoft to Hand Data Over to FBI » More

Google GlassFor Google Glass To Succeed, Tony Fadell Needs To Rip Out The Camera » More

Marissa MayerMarissa Mayer’s Plan for Yahoo Takes Hold. The Question Now Is Time. » Here

IBMNext Week's Bloodbath At IBM Won't Fix The Real Problem » Here


OracleOracle Unveils X5 Engineered Systems With New Datacenter Strategy » More

AppleThe Apple App Store is Now Bigger Than Hollywood » More


HuaweiThousands at Huawei Came Forward in Push Against Fraud, Founder Says » Here



Intel40 of Nation's Brightest Young Minds Named Intel Science Talent Search 2015 Finalists » Here

Atlas RobotAtlas Unplugged: The Six Foot Two Humanoid Robot That Might Just Save Your Life » More

RomaniaChildhood's End for Romania's Startups: The Outsourcing Hotspot Thinks Big and Kicks Ass » More

CicretCicret Wearable Aims to Turn Your Skin into Your Tablet - but Is It Hype or Reality? » More

FirefoxFirefox Enters the Realm of Virtual Reality With the Oculus Rift » Here


IoTForget the Internet of Things, Here Comes the Industrial Internet of Things » Here

Healthcare.govHealthCare.gov Sends Personal Data to Dozens of Tracking Websites » More

EquivioMicrosoft Acquires Legal-Focused Machine-Learning Vendor Equivio » Here

MicrosoftMicrosoft Unveils Holographic Glasses and Decides to Give Windows 10 Away for Free » More

IoTThinfilm Teams With Xerox so It Can Print a Billion Chips a Year for the Internet of Things » Here






CiscoCisco Warns Websites Remain Vulnerable to Heartbleed Bug » More


SpineElectronic Spine Cures Paralysis » Here


GoogleGoogle Says Drones, Balloons Could Use New Spectrum for Internet Access » Here

HPHewlett-Packard Introduces Eight New Business Tablets » More


AWSHow ​AWS Is Powering Up Its Wind Farm Plans for Cloud Datacenters » Here

LinuxNew ​Linux Foundation's Guide to the Open-Source Cloud » More


policeNew Police Radars Can 'See' Inside Homes » More


SonySony PlayStation’s ‘Powers’ to Launch March 10 with First Three Episodes » Here

VerizonVerizon Rushes Fix for Email Account Open Season Security Flaw » More

VLCVLC Vulnerabilities Exposed » More




Last year was the hottest on earth since record-keeping began in 18802014 Breaks Heat Record, Challenging Global Warming Skeptics » More


A MacBook Air with an ARM processor would provide a platform for the IBM software for a laptopARM-based MacBook Air Would Be Good for the Enterprise » Here


A new partnership with consulting giant PricewaterhouseCoopersGoogle Is Bidding for a Pentagon Contract Worth More Than $2 Billion » More

A fantastic economic stimulant that is desperately in need of privacy rulesPrivacy Huge Negative to Tech's Many Pluses, Poll Finds » Here


A huge believer in disclosing security issues publiclySecurity Problems Need to Be Made Public: Linus Torvalds » More


The SFO announced it had wound up the investigation that began in 2013Serious Fraud Office Closes Investigation into Autonomy's Sale to HP » Here

The United States government is gearing up for digital warSnowden Docs Reveal NSA Digital Warfare Capabilities » More


Las Vegas-based Switch plans to invest $1 billion in the 3 million square foot 'supernap' centerTesla Gigafactory to Have Big Neighbor: World's Largest Data Center » More

Microsoft wants Windows 10 to boost its mobile playWindows 10: Can Microsoft Get It Right This Time? » Here


As far back as 2010, the NSA broke into Chinese networks that connect North Korea to the Internet Years Before Sony Hack, NSA Had Cracked Into North Korean Networks » Here





FeFETs are desirable because they can be scaled beyond the end of the silicon roadmapFeFET to Extend Moore's Law » More


Surveillance agencies set up joint 'cyber cells'GCHQ, NSA Cyber War Games Will Test Bank Security » More


Say it could hurt access to mobile healthHealth IT Groups Tell FCC They're Concerned About Title II » Here


 OpenTable for medical appointmentsiHospital: Services Offer Medical Scheduling on Mobile » More


Intel boosted sales by 6 percent in 2014Intel Produces Record Sales in First Full Year Under CEO Brian Krzanich » Here

A strategic partnership to improve IT service delivery within the enterpriseLenovo, Zenoss Partner to Improve IT Solution Delivery » Here


An increasingly personal enterpriseNeed Some Espionage Done? Hackers Are for Hire Online » More


Nintendo looks to have finally fixed the biggest problem with the 3DSNew Nintendo 3DS XL Impressions: Face-tracking Fixes the Handheld’s Biggest Problem » More

An update as to the cause of the outage to customers by early afternoonOutage That Swept French News Sites 'Was Not a DDoS' » More


Protest the possible construction of high-voltage power linesOutcry Grows Over Proposed Prince William Data Center » Here

IBM makes it 22nd straight year as top patent recipient >> More

The 6 best (and 4 worst) smart-home products we saw at CES 2015 >> More

Apple and Ericsson launch legal battle over patents and licensing >> More

Open Source Hardware Advances Science,Technology >> More

Verizon intros Verizon Vehicle, its answer to old, unconnected cars >> More

Google adds Word Lens technology to Translate app >> More



IBM Poughkeepsie gives birth to mighty mobile mainframe >> More

Patents Strategy Shift Predicted >> More

IBM sets patent record in 2014 with 7,534 >> More

SUHD, Quantum Dots and Nano-What? Your Guide to TV Terms for 2015 >> More

Why PCs, Intel, Qualcomm, NVIDIA, QNX, Dell, Panasonic, and Jaguar Won CES >> More

What China's Presence at CES Means for Major Gadget Makers >> More

Broadcom CEO: Life After LTE, 5G Cellular Exit >> More

Chinese upstart takes lead in fast-growing drone market >> More



Intel Unveils Pocket-Size Computer That Plugs into TVs >> More

No Fee DIY Home Security Kit Debuts at CES  >> More

Panasonic’s interactive mirror shows what you would look like with sparkles >> More

CES: One-on-One with FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler  >> More

Qualcomm CEO on the Internet of Everything and making life simple >> More

Super MHL Connector Handles 8K Video >> More

These Smart-Home Products Are Actually Smart to Buy >> More

IoT: Collaborate or Else, Says Samsung CEO >> More

The Tech Court: Federal appeals court at center of epic patent battles >> More









Hackers Ate My Homework
Hackers Ate My Homework
In a post Snowden era, at a time where a multi-national company (such as Sony) seems to have not heeded prior hacker warnings and attacks, will there be any limit to the temptation for individuals, studio execs, Government elders and insurance provider to yell "Hackers did it!" whenever they mess up?
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