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Small Businesses Unprepared for Ransomware Threat

The report found 22 percent of small business-owners were unsure how to, or were not aware of the need to, back up their system and files.

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YouTube, Facebook Using Automated Software to Remove Extremist Content

YouTube and Facebook are reporting using software via the Counter Extremism Project that prevents a "Whac-a-Mole" approach to removing terror-inciting content.

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New FAA Rules Make Commercial Drone Flights Legal, Practical

NEWS ANALYSIS: Commercial drone pilots no longer have to fill out pages of paper just to fly a short mission, but not all restrictions have been eliminated and you still need to pass a test.

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TrapX Study Points to Invasive Attacks Against Hospitals

TrapX describes Medical Device Hijack 2 as a focused, customized exploit and attack by organized crime against hospitals' network-connected medical devices.

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EU Opening Antitrust Case Concerning Google Adwords: Reports

EU authorities are reportedly close to opening a third antitrust investigation against Google—this time concerning its core advertising services.

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Google Could Be Preparing to Offer Its Own Smartphone Models

The search giant is reportedly preparing to offer its own Android smartphones to consumers by the end of 2016, based on its own designs.

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Small Businesses Unprepared for Ransomware Threat

The report found 22 percent of small business-owners were unsure how to, or were not aware of the need to, back up their system and files.

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YouTube, Facebook Using Automated Software to Remove Extremist Content

YouTube and Facebook are reporting using software via the Counter Extremism Project that prevents a "Whac-a-Mole" approach to removing terror-inciting content.

Read More >

New FAA Rules Make Commercial Drone Flights Legal, Practical

NEWS ANALYSIS: Commercial drone pilots no longer have to fill out pages of paper just to fly a short mission, but not all restrictions have been eliminated and you still need to pass a test.

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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 innovation at global entrepreneurship event; Google reportedly looking to commercialize its Spanner database; and there's more.


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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

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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

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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...

N.Y. AG Tells Time Warner to Improve Internet Speeds

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TrapX Study Points to Invasive Attacks Against Hospitals

TrapX describes Medical Device Hijack 2 as a focused, customized exploit and attack by organized crime against hospitals' network-connected medical devices.

Read More >

EU Opening Antitrust Case Concerning Google Adwords: Reports

EU authorities are reportedly close to opening a third antitrust investigation against Google—this time concerning its core advertising services.

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Codenvy's New Language Server Protocol Reduces Programmer Envy

Codenvy, Red Hat and Microsoft collaborate on new language protocol for developers to integrate programming languages across code editors and IDEs.

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