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iTether launches $30/year web-based tethering service for iPhones, works around Apple’s restrictions

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iTether made news in November, 2011 when Apple seemingly accidentally accepted their application into the iTunes App Store. The $14.99 piece of iPhone software allowed anyone to simply download the iPhone app, install a Mac app, and have unlimited tethering by way of a USB cable. The service still didn’t...
iTether launches $30/year web-based tethering service for iPhones, works around Apple’s restrictions
Biocomputer can retrieve images from DNA storage

Apple’s Lion Security Hole Could Be A Wider Issue Than Just FileVault?

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As you may have seen over the weekend, someone has discovered a security hole in FileVault, which arose with the OS X Lion security update, version 10.7.3, back in February: FileVault encryption passwords are now visible in plain text outside of a computer’s encrypted area. The hole was apparently spotted...
Apple’s Lion Security Hole Could Be A Wider Issue Than Just FileVault?

LinkedIn: New security enhancements in pipeline

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LinkedIn has promised new security features above and beyond a switch to salting users’ passwords, as it continues to recover from the hack which saw 6.5m encrypted credentials leak from the site. ”We continue to execute on our security roadmap, and we’ll be releasing additional enhancements to better protect our members” the...
LinkedIn: New security enhancements in pipeline

Following Path Address Book Uproar, Many Apps Clean Up Their Acts

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At first, before apologizing and changing his app’s handling of users’ personal phone contacts, Path CEO Dave Morin claimed that Path’s process was “currently the industry best practice.” That was an overreach, but it’s certainly true that other social and local apps access user contact data, and not always transparently....
Following Path Address Book Uproar, Many Apps Clean Up Their Acts

RIM confirms it bowed to India’s monitoring request but enterprise services are exempt

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Research In Motion (RIM) has confirmed reports that it has set up a dedicated server in India to allow the government to monitor its network. The update, which was sent out to customers in the country, follows local media reports which carried comment from government officials indicating that the Canadian firm had introduced...
RIM confirms it bowed to India’s monitoring request but enterprise services are exempt

Fairfax Sites Hacked, Media Giant Says Credit Card Data Is Encrypted

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Australian media giant Fairfax confirmed that two of its websites, Herald Education and Young Writer, were breached by hackers, forcing them to temporarily block users from accessing the affected domains. In an interview with SC Magazine, the unnamed hackers revealed that they breached the sites only to show that t......
Fairfax Sites Hacked, Media Giant Says Credit Card Data Is Encrypted

Microsoft Details Its Plans For Making Windows 8.1 More Attractive To Businesses, Adds New BYOD Tools, Selective Remote Wipe & More

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Windows 8.1, which will launch in preview on June 26th, isn’t just about bringing the Start button back. For Microsoft, it’s also an opportunity to get businesses of all sizes to take another look at an operating system they mostly ignored so far. Today, at its TechEd conference in New...
Microsoft Details Its Plans For Making Windows 8.1 More Attractive To Businesses, Adds New BYOD Tools, Selective Remote Wipe & More

Bitcasa Brings Its Infinite Cloud Storage To Android And Windows RT, iOS And Mac Coming Next Month

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TechCrunch Disrupt alumni Bitcasa, the startup that promises to bring infinite storage to its users for just $10 per month, just announced that it is launching its first batch of mobile apps today. The company is launching its Android and Windows 8/RT apps in the Google Play and Windows Store...
Bitcasa Brings Its Infinite Cloud Storage To Android And Windows RT, iOS And Mac Coming Next Month
Google confirms Internet users in Iran are blocked

BITCOIN 101: A Beginner's Guide To The Unfakeable Digital Anarchist Currency Everyone's Obsessed With

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You've probably noticed people talking and tweeting endlessly about "Bitcoin" lately. The Economist finds it intriguing while GigaOM's Matthew Ingram points out several problems with it. It's even gotten the attention of economic heavyweight Paul Krugman, who has said it's like a reimplementation of the gold standard. So what the heck is it?What...
BITCOIN 101: A Beginner's Guide To The Unfakeable Digital Anarchist Currency Everyone's Obsessed With

Turbo: Yandex rolls out new version of its browser with built-in data compression

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Russian internet firm Yandex has begun automatically updating its browser to version 1.1, which includes the Turbo technology, licensed earlier by Opera Software. The new feature is aimed at users with weak Internet connections, automatically compressing data that is being downloaded. Yandex Browser 1.1 was rolled out about a month...
Turbo: Yandex rolls out new version of its browser with built-in data compression

Mozilla Bringing Firefox to the iPhone With "Get Up and Go" Browsing

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Mozilla is following in Opera's footsteps by porting an AppStore friendly version of their browser over to the iPhone with their upcoming free app Firefox Home. Due to Apple's restrictions the app will not offer a full fledged browser experience and thus you will not be able to simply navigate...
Mozilla Bringing Firefox to the iPhone With "Get Up and Go" Browsing

Kim Dotcom unveils "Me.ga" domain, mega plan to fool law enforcement

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Kim Dotcom last night announced the domain for his new file sharing service—Me.ga—and details of his plan to evade shutdown attempts from law enforcement. Me.ga is reportedly scheduled to launch on January 20, 2013, the one-year anniversary of Dotcom's arrest on copyright infringement charges and the shutdown of Megaupload. We've already...
Kim Dotcom unveils "Me.ga" domain, mega plan to fool law enforcement

AT&T's BYOD effort coming to BlackBerry, iOS and Windows Phone with Toggle 2.0

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If you work in a corporate environment, it's probably fair to say that you've at least heard of the trend known as BYOD (bring your own device). While the idea remains just that for many enterprises, AT&T is hoping to make the transition a bit more practical for everyone...
AT&T's BYOD effort coming to BlackBerry, iOS and Windows Phone with Toggle 2.0

Kim Dotcom Shows Off MEGA Rack

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January this year the U.S. Government shut down Megaupload, but founder Kim Dotcom is not done with the file-hosting business yet. On the contrary, he is preparing a comeback with a bigger and better version of Megaupload. Over the past several months Dotcom and his crew have been working hard...
Kim Dotcom Shows Off MEGA Rack

Microsoft partners with Good Technology for encrypted mobile email

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Microsoft has forged a new partnership with Good Technology to bring encrypted email support to Windows Phone....
Microsoft partners with Good Technology for encrypted mobile email
12 enterprise mobility startups to watch
Constitutional showdown voided: Feds decrypt laptop without defendant’s help
Bitcoinica users sue for $460k in lost Bitcoins
The Verge Mobile Podcast 014 - 02.16.2012
Total Bitcoin value passes $1 billion

EventFarm takes on Eventbrite with a major update to its mobile check-in app

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EventFarm is an online ticketing and guest registration startup from DC that’s like Eventbrite on steroids. Instead of being built around a main site and templates, EventFarm is a true platform where brands get all the attention. The company works on multiple levels within the event space and has already...
EventFarm takes on Eventbrite with a major update to its mobile check-in app
Feds urge court to reject laptop encryption appeal
StormFly Wants To Childproof Your Computer With Its Ubuntu-Booting USB Bracelet

Maxthon 3 Alpha Switches To Webkit

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Maxthon is a web browser that not many Internet users know about or mention when they are asked which web browsers they know. That’s a little bit surprising considering the 300+ mill ion downloads the download counter over at the Maxthon website is displaying. Still, Maxthon is an underdog in...
Maxthon 3 Alpha Switches To Webkit
Quantum-encrypted information transmitted by flying plane for first time

Twitter attacked by hackers, affects 250,000 accounts

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Social networking site Twitter has been hacked, with approximately 250,000 user accounts affected. Hackers managed to gain access to the usernames, e-mail addresses, session tokens, and encrypted and salted password hashes belonging to users of the service, something that the company is quickly trying to rectify.......
Twitter attacked by hackers, affects 250,000 accounts
The Pirate Bay ditches its servers, sets sail for the cloud

Do You Care About Your iPhone Privacy? This App Will Quadruple Encrypt Your Messages And Shred All Data

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In the age of social networks and oversharing will there ever be an opportunity to keep our information private? As the internet grows the short answer to that question may be "no," but luckily there are people like Nico Sell and Dr. Robert Statica who have created an incredible app...
Do You Care About Your iPhone Privacy? This App Will Quadruple Encrypt Your Messages And Shred All Data
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