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Home Depot Says Hackers Also Stole Email Addresses

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Jawbone Up3 Band Takes Tracking to the Extreme

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Jack Dorsey: Square has processed 1 billion payments

Reports continue to surround Square about its long-term viability and possible buyouts, but the payments platform has definitely proven its traction. CEO Jack Dorsey boasted via Twitter — another popular tech brand he also helped establish — this week that Square has surpassed one billion payments. The San Francisco-headquartered company continues to plug away at… Read more →

Microsoft to issue 16 security updates

Microsoft has released their advance notification for the November 2014 Patch Tuesday updates. There will be a total of 16 updates issued next Tuesday, October 11, five of them rated critical. Nearly all of the updates affect Windows. One is for Office, one for Exchange, one for Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Service Pack 2. Some of… Read more →

Google digs deep in the world of manual hijacking

Our digital identity is more important than ever. The data that can be traced back to us can include social media contacts, messages, our work details, bank accounts and purchase patterns. So, it’s no surprise when a recent poll in the US found that citizens were more concerned about online accounts being hijacked than their… Read more →

Facebook breaks down Android performance by ‘Year Class’

If mobile is Facebook‘s golden ticket to long-term success, then then guaranteed, reliable performance on the dominant mobile platform of the moment is critical. That would be Google’s mobile operating system Android, based on the latest market share figures from comScore, IDC, Gartner, you name it. The world’s largest social network had 1.12 billion mobile… Read more →

Inside the Apple-IBM deal: How will it work, and what to expect

(Image: IBM/US Open) NEW YORK — In December 1983, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs flipped his middle finger at the IBM sign outside the computer giant’s headquarters in New York City.  A little over 30 years later, his long-time confidant and eventual successor Tim Cook would reverse that rivalry by partnering with its long-time enemy. Read this… Read more →

Lyft Sues Former Executive, Saying He Stole Trade Secrets

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Lollipop, the Latest Version of Android, Is Grown-Up and Accessible

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Daily Report: Microsoft Offering Free Mobile Version of Office

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ClickN Kids Tablet 2 is Intel-powered educational Android KitKat slate

Kids love iPads, but with Apple’s lowest-priced model (the original iPad mini) still running $249, not every family can affford one. Moms and Dads might also not love the relative lack of parental controls that iOS provides, whereas Android allows for greater customizing by third-party manufacturers. That, and its sticker price of $0, makes it… Read more →