- Artificial intelligence system can predict data theft by scanning email
- Orange targets home applications with new mobile-to-TV gadgets and services
- Is that used iPad actually stolen? Apple creates tool for would-be buyers to check
- Angry Birds developer slashes up to 130 jobs to 'reignite growth'
- Basic hacks can compromise industrial control systems
- How hackers accidentally sold a pre-release XBox One to the FBI
- Google shakes up cloud services market with another price cut
- Twitter invests in MIT lab focused on online social movements
The UBIC system searches for signs of disgruntled or cash-strapped workers
02 October 2014, 13:37. Topics: Apps
In an Apple-style launch, French network operator Orange unveils its products for the next year
02 October 2014, 13:03. Topics: Networking
The tool will help prospective buyers of used iPhones and iPads to determine if the devices were lost or stolen
02 October 2014, 11:42. Topics: Security
Rovio is laying off people to reignite growth, its CEO said
02 October 2014, 09:56. Topics: Apps
Industrial control systems for dams, power plants, chemical plants and the like can be hacked with simple phishing attacks.
02 October 2014, 09:18. Topics: Security
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