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It looks like Facebook will be launching a virtual currency instead of a transaction platform. The reasons are complicated, but the goals and possibilities for the social site are much loftier.
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Companies behind virtual worlds garnered more than $594 million in venture investments in 2008, according to a new report.
Specialist in digital microtransactions and payment services adds $16.8 million to its coffers for international expansion, to be used toward expanding its operations in Europe and Asia.
Just because you're paranoid, it doesn't mean they're not watching you. Surveillance is a boom industry in the UK, so here are some handy (and frankly bizarre) tips on how to avoid being spied on
Windows-based GSM phones encrypt transmissions to prevent conversations from being intercepted and overheard.
Security technologist Bruce Schneier explains that while cryptography is one of the most basic tools of computer security, it barely existed as an academic discipline 30 years ago.
Berlin company CryptoPhone releases a GSM mobile handset that uses encryption technology to ensure that calls can't be intercepted.
A News.com reader writes that RAND patent policies sacrifice that creative expression for the cold, expressionless creations of a corporation.