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DHS' new intrusion detection and prevention system raises security concerns
DHS talk of their new EINSTEN 3 Accelerated security system, privacy concerns are now raised.
Your chats could be monitored by the FBI in real-time as early as next year
If the FBI has its way, your online chats would be monitored in real time by 2014.
Google shut Reader down due to the high cost of privacy compliance
Google reportedly shut Reader down because of the hidden costs of keeping users' data safe.
60 seconds on the Internet sees 640TB of data transferred, over 204 million e-mails sent
640TB of data transferred every 60 seconds on the Internet, over 204 million e-mails sent in the sam.
Kim Dotcom announces that Mega now accepts Bitcoin, will expand into email, chat, voice, video and mobile soon
Mega is set to really go mega, now accepts Bitcoins and will eventually expand into email, chat, voi.
Facebook continues to collect data on users who have logged out of the social network
Even when logged out, Facebook still track data on you.
Ontrack Data Recovery are capable of retrieving data from an iPad that survived a plane crash
An iPad damaged in a plane crash can still have its storage backed up thanks to Ontrack Data Recover.
Drobo Launches the Drobo 5N Storage System
CreepyTT: Fashion brands embedding cameras in mannequins to boost luxury sales
Fashion companies are using mannequins with cameras paired with facial recognition software.
LSI AIS 2012 - LSI and Microsoft Collaboration on Windows Server 2012
LSI AIS 2012 - LSI and Microsoft Collaboration on Windows Server 2012.
LSI AIS 2012 - LSI CEO Keynote
Coverage of LSI's AIS 2012 Keynote speech.
TDK Announces the GBDriver RS4 Series SSD Controller
Megaupload's winning streak ends, judge denies Megaupload's request for dismissal
Megaupload takes a loss: court rejects request for dismissal based upon Dotcom not having US address.
Interbrand's latest data shows Samsung, Apple are quickly becoming a household brand name
According to Interbrand's latest data, Samsung and Apple are climbing up the ladder with their brand.
Courts grants a hearing to a Megaupload user to argue for his data back
Megaupload user gets hearing regarding getting his data back from the seized servers.
Facebook's backup named 'Sub-Zero', and would include low-power deep-storage hardware
Facebook to go 'Sub-Zero' with their latest backup plans, will use a 62,000 square-foot building in
Addonics CipherUSB Encrypts All Your Sensitive Data
Apacer AC232 USB3.0 Super Speed Portable HDDs Innovative anti-slip & anti-shock design with the stylish tropical ocean pattern
EU watchdog issues warning over smart meter privacy risk
EU watchdog group warns of privacy concerns over smart meter data.
Megaupload user asks the court for his files back, again
Kyle Goodwin uploaded files to Megaupload, just wants them back, has asked the court a second time.
Google removes a massive 250,000 links per week over piracy, copyright concerns
Google removes an incredible 250,000 links per week from search results due to piracy concerns.
Kickstarter API bug allowed 70,000 unpublished projects to be visible by public
Kickstarter bug allows 70,000 projects to be publicly visible before publishing.
The Netherlands becomes the first country to pass net neutrality law
Net neutrality law has been passed in the Netherlands.
Microsoft building $112 million data center in Wyoming, as the state looks to boost such projects
Microsoft is building a new $100+ million data center in the state of Wyoming,
Google's next data center to be more energy efficient, uses thermal energy storage
Google are building a thermal energy storage-based data center in Taiwan.
FaceBook data study shows patterns in relationship patterns
A new study has been released based upon FaceBook's data regarding changes in relationships.
IBM's Holey Optochip is capable of 1 terabit per second transfer speeds, holey transfer speeds, Batman!
IBM reaches 1 terabit per second transfer speeds with Holey Optochip.
Facebook looking at $139,000 fine for holding deleted data
Facebook held user data, faces possible fine of $139,000.
Sony hacked, again - this time 1 million user accounts stolen
Sony hacked again, 1 million accounts compromised.
Sony admits PSN is down, also admits your credit card details and other personal info may have been stolen
PlayStation Network hacked, Sony finally admits and also says your credit card details may have been.
Friendster To Delete All Data- Just Letting You Know
Friendster goes dark until its relaunch.
Intel Announces Thunderbolt Technology: The Fastest Data Connection to Your PC Just Arrived
Hacker selling access to government websites for under $500
Hacker selling access to government websites.
Quick Review: Clickfree Wireless Backup
Backing up; we know we should do it, but sometimes we simply forget or just can't be bothered. Let's check out a device from Clickfree which should make the process a little easier.
Autonomy announces its private cloud manages 17 petabytes of data
Cloud storage rivaling that of the brain.
Verizon Wireless to issue $90M in refunds to customers
Verizon could get FCC fine as well.
Telstra giving better data allowance on iPhone plans in stores than advertised
How's 6GB for $63.50 a month sound?
The State of Solid State - Chapter II
Chris brings you up to speed with all things happening in the SSD market.
The importance of data security
better tighten your britches; trust no one.
Kingston announces 32GB DataTraveler 150 USB Flash
Mega Fifteen-way USB 2.0 Flash Drive Roundup
From the fast and furious to your grand daughters dream come true, we test enough flash drives for you.
OCZ enhances Core SSD lineup with Core V2
The State of Solid State
Production is going up and prices are going down; how long till you get solid?