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Virtru Launches Encrypted Search for Cloud-Based Email

Virtru integrates strong encryption directly into the most popular everyday apps, including Google Apps, Gmail and Outlook, to better secure data.

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Volkswagen to Pay Heavy Price for Diesel Auto Computer Trickery

NEWS ANALYSIS: German automaker Volkswagen reached an agreement with the U.S. authorities to buy back or fix diesel cars that were programmed to produce deceptive pollution emission test results.

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Hacker Group OurMine Is Sending a Message: No One Is Safe

OurMine has been hacking the Twitter accounts of CEOs and celebrities including Google CEO Sundar Pichai and actor Channing Tatum to prove the point that "nobody is safe."

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Home Computers Connected to the Internet Aren't Private, Court Rules

A judge in Virginia rules that people should have no expectation of privacy on their home PCs because no connected computer "is immune from invasion."

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Dell Unveils New OpenStack Extensions at Red Hat Summit

With the help of Red Hat, Dell Enterprise is focusing a large portion of its technology efforts on building hybrid cloud systems for its users.

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Google Seeks to Spur Kids' Interest in Coding With Project Bloks

A Google research project seeks to build on years of theory and research in the area of tangible programming to interest children in programming at an early age.

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Virtru Launches Encrypted Search for Cloud-Based Email

Virtru integrates strong encryption directly into the most popular everyday apps, including Google Apps, Gmail and Outlook, to better secure data.

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Volkswagen to Pay Heavy Price for Diesel Auto Computer Trickery

NEWS ANALYSIS: German automaker Volkswagen reached an agreement with the U.S. authorities to buy back or fix diesel cars that were programmed to produce deceptive pollution emission test results. Read More >

Hacker Group OurMine Is Sending a Message: No One Is Safe

OurMine has been hacking the Twitter accounts of CEOs and celebrities including Google CEO Sundar Pichai and actor Channing Tatum to prove the point that "nobody is safe."

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INTEL CONSIDERS SALE OF MCAFEE SECURITY BUSINESS: REPORT

DAILY VIDEO: Intel reportedly looks into selling security business; SentinelOne reveals new CryptXXX ransomware threat; Huawei working on its own Android version to protect itself: report; and there's more.


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Apple Ends Production of Its 27-Inch Thunderbolt Displays

DAILY VIDEO: Apple to drop Thunderbolt monitor: is 4K or 5K replacement coming; Obama talks...

Persistent Rumors Say iPhone 7 to Ship Without Headphone Jack

DAILY VIDEO: iPhone 7: persistent rumor says headphone jack will be gone; users of Citrix's GoToMyPC...

Intel Fighting EU's $1.4B Fine Levied 7 Years Ago

DAILY VIDEO: Intel is back in court to fight the EU's 2009 $1.4 billion fine; the FAA sets the first...

Intel Makes HPC Push With Xeon Phi 'Knights Landing' Chips

DAILY VIDEO: Intel is shipping Xeon Phi 'Knights Landing' processors;  Apple won't offer...

Dell Selling Software Unit Ahead of Its $67B EMC Deal

DAILY VIDEO: Dell is selling its software unit to Francisco Partners and Elliott; China muscles out...

Apple Ordered to Stop Selling iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus in Beijing

The officials say that Apple's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models are too similar to patented Chinese...

'Guccifer' Claims to Have Hacked DNC Network
Data Breaches Get Costlier, but There Are Ways to Reduce Those Costs

DAILY VIDEO: Data breach costs continue to rise, but there are solutions; IBM enhances support for...

Apple WatchOS 3 Delivers Improved Performance, New Health App

DAILY VIDEO: Apple's WatchOS 3 getting performance boost, new health features; Apple opens Siri,...

Microsoft to Buy LinkedIn for $26B in Cash

DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft agrees to acquire LinkedIn for $26 billion; Symantec is set to acquire Blue...



Dell Unveils New OpenStack Extensions at Red Hat Summit

With the help of Red Hat, Dell Enterprise is focusing a large portion of its technology efforts on building hybrid cloud systems for its users.

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Google Seeks to Spur Kids' Interest in Coding With Project Bloks

A Google research project seeks to build on years of theory and research in the area of tangible programming to interest children in programming at an early age.

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Microsoft Wants PC Users to Raise (and Use) Their Hands

Kinect was just the start. Microsoft researchers are closing in on hand-triggered interfaces for virtual reality and gesture-based computing.

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