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Security through obscurity: How to cover your tracks online

www.infoworld.com
Thinking about the bits of data you leave behind is a one-way ticket to paranoia. Your browser? Full of cookies. Your cellphone? A beacon broadcasting your location at every moment. Search engines track your every curiosity. Email services archive way too much. Those are just the obvious places we're...
Security through obscurity: How to cover your tracks online

Innovating Office For iPads: Or, Why Microsoft Should Stop Worrying And Learn To Love Apple

www.fastcompany.com
The tablet-based publication (tab-lication?) The Daily is embroiled in a fuss about its leak of plans to bring Microsoft's Office suite to the iPad. The Daily's convinced the software is for real, but Microsoft has issued a tissue-thin denial that actually confirms or denies nothing material. Meanwhile, the general feeling...
Innovating Office For iPads: Or, Why Microsoft Should Stop Worrying And Learn To Love Apple
Embodied Avatar project can detect lies with remarkable accuracy

Radiohead's Thom Yorke hates Apple & Google almost as much as he hates the music industry

venturebeat.com
Thom Yorke hates the music industry. When Radiohead released the pay-what-you want In Rainbows in 2007, Yorke’s  goal was nothing less than the complete upheaval of the industry that he was a part of. Unsurprisingly, little has changed. Yorke still isn’t crazy about the music industry, though now it looks like he...
Radiohead's Thom Yorke hates Apple & Google almost as much as he hates the music industry

Mandatory Password Changes Costs Billions in Lost Productivity [Passwords]

lifehacker.com
Big enterprises that force their workers to change their access passwords on a regular basis, and adhere to complex rules when they do, might be their own worst enemy. At least that's how Boston Globe editor Mark Pothier sees it, and he cites a Microsoft research paper as part...
Mandatory Password Changes Costs Billions in Lost Productivity [Passwords]
Turn your headphones into a concert hall: Unknown startup launches "Street View for sound"
MIT developed video software can see your pulse
Can The Phone Be Reinvented?
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