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Government and business are under constant cyber attack and must learn to "take the hit," says the director of a new cybersecurity training programme.
Users of Yahoo's recycled ID names say they are receiving the former owner's sensitive information through their new accounts.
More than half of the almost 1,000 IT pros surveyed by InformationWeek say that their companies are planning to migrate to Windows 8.
Through its revamped mobile apps for iOS and Android, Square is looking to offer an alternative beyond NFC to pay for items via a mobile device without the need for cash or credit card.
"Hack" did play in Times Square, but thanks to studio cash, not an iPhone. Welcome to the world of covert advertising.
Apple is facing one privacy lawsuit brought by a user earlier this week, but one lawyer predicts more are on the way as consumers turn to the courts to protect their privacy.
Lack of government funding reportedly is forcing Green Dam's Beijing development team to close shop, putting the future of the controversial software-filtering project in doubt.
Open source hasn't been kind to its proprietary forbears, but it's also not doing any favors to its kin, driving the pace of innovation up and some open-source competitors out.
Players who were caught modifying their consoles to play pirated games have been booted from the popular service, InformationWeek says.
Apple filed a lawsuit against Media Solutions Holdings for selling replacement power adapters that infringe on its patent.