For Europe's spooks, the cloud is a 'double-edged sword'

For Europe's spooks, the cloud is a 'double-edged sword'

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New The shift to the cloud does bring with it many security risks – just look at the scary stories being told by security vendors such as Arbor Networks for some examples. But the cloud can also mitigate against certain risks, as the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) pointed...
For Europe's spooks, the cloud is a 'double-edged sword'
                                       

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LG says it has sold 15 million of its L-Series of Android Phones

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New Korean electronics giant LG said on Thursday that it has now sold 15 million of its L-Series of mid-range Android phones. The line, introduced a year ago, is in the process of getting an update....
LG says it has sold 15 million of its L-Series of Android Phones

Tradeshift adds support for accounting services Sage and Kashflow, helping businesses get paid

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New Tradeshift, the online business management platform, has followed up on its deal with Intuit-owned QuickBooks last month with the announcement of a partnership with Sage and Kashflow, two accounting systems that are popular in the UK. The company says its Tradeshift Apps platform now includes the two services, allowing Tradeshift’s 150,000 plus customers...
Tradeshift adds support for accounting services Sage and Kashflow, helping businesses get paid
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Box Of Awesome Is Like A Free Birchbox For Kids Stuffed Full Of Games, Books, Music, And More

techcrunch.com
New Serial games entrepreneur and sometimes angel investor Dylan Collins has a new project, which he no doubt describes as “awesome”. Aiming to help solve the discovery problem faced by physical and digital products targeting the fickle market that is kids, the aptly named Box Of Awesome is like a free...
Box Of Awesome Is Like A Free Birchbox For Kids Stuffed Full Of Games, Books, Music, And More

RISE Awards 2013: A global effort

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New “I am standing in a partial enclosure made of sticks and plant fronds. This is the school for roughly 35 students, ranging in age from three to about 20 years old. There are no desks. There is only a single shared chalkboard, and it has gaping holes.” — David...
RISE Awards 2013: A global effort
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Another Blow For BlackBerry As New Zealand Cops Pick iOS Devices

techcrunch.com
New In another setback for BlackBerry’s key government business, the New Zealand police force has chosen iOS devices over smartphones and tablets running competing operating systems. Kiwi cops will be kitted out with iOS devices after spending nearly a year testing iPhones and iPads against models running BlackBerry and Android, reports...
Another Blow For BlackBerry As New Zealand Cops Pick iOS Devices

Elon Musk produces Model S data logs to disprove New York Times' Tesla review

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New We liked Tesla's Model S, but some of the other outlets didn't feel the same way. The New York Times' John Broder, for one, described being stranded 25 miles away from the nearest supercharger station. However, after Tesla's litigious run-in with Top Gear, the company keeps detailed vehicle data...
Elon Musk produces Model S data logs to disprove New York Times' Tesla review

Today in Tech: Why animated GIFs are making a comeback

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New Also: How Google got the flu wrong; real estate site Zillow trumps estimates.  Fresh from the Internet's attic [THE NEW YORK TIMES] The format has since grown up. Artists and photographers have used GIF technology to push far beyond the lo-fi novelty of Web 1.0. Consider the Wigglegram, a craze on Tumblr,...
Today in Tech: Why animated GIFs are making a comeback
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