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Monthly Archives: June 2012

Hacking settlement to cost Stratfor $1.75 million

Firm agrees to offer free subscriptions and more to people affected by the Anonymous-related breach of its network.

Latest hacker dump looks like Comcast, AT&T data

Hackers kick off “WikiBoatWednesday” with apparent leak of Comcast and AT&T data.

Plasma startup creates high-energy light to make smaller microchips

A pair of aeronautical engineers working on fusion energy — harnessing the energy-generating mechanism of the sun — may have found a way to etch the next generation of microchips.

Global migration trends discovered in email data

For the first time comparable migration data is available for almost every country of the world. To date, records were incompatible between nations and especially by gender and age, nonexistent. New research for the first time provides a rich migration… Continue reading


Risk Level: Very Low. Type: Trojan, Virus, Worm.Bloodhound.Spload


Risk Level: Very Low. Type: Trojan.Android.Appenda


Risk Level: Very Low. Type: Trojan.Android.Fakepatch

Windows desktop destined for long slide to oblivion, says Gartner

Microsoft will de-emphasize the Windows desktop in future releases of its operating system as usage of traditional Windows applications falls to just 10% of users’ time by 2020, analysts said this week.

Qualcomm introduces updated augmented reality platform, new SDK

Qualcomm has expanded its augmented reality platform with cloud-based image recognition, and announced a new SDK for adding contextual information to apps and a developer competition for Windows 8 RT.

Google Chrome for iOS compared to Safari for iOS (Video)

Google Chrome for iOS was released today, so we naturally put it up against the default browser, Safari. We conducted some basic tests, such as load times (which revealed a slight lead for Chrome in two tests), JavaScript (where… Continue reading