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June 6, 2011

Lady Gaga And Eric Schmidt Invest In New Social Networking Platform For Celebs


Popstar Lady Gaga and Google chairman Eric Schmidt have invested around a million dollars in a company started by Gaga’s manager Troy Carter that will be launched by the end of the month, The New York Times reports. Tomorrow Ventures has led... Continue Reading →

Is My Ex Spying on Me?


A reader's estranged husband told her he's spying on her email. Could this be true? It's possible, but unlikely. And if he's doing it, it's almost certainly illegal. My hunch is that he's lying in order to mess with your... Continue Reading →

Are big companies actually adopting cloud computing?


Banks, manufacturers, utilities and professional services companies have the most pronounced concerns when it comes to adoption of cloud services. The concerns of large companies are not markedly different from those of SMBs. Those concerns are security, data governance, loss... Continue Reading →

Week in review: PBS, Sony hacks, disruption of Chinese Google phishing attack


Here's an overview of some of last week's most interesting news and articles: Fake YouTube notifications doing rounds YouTube users are targeted with notifications supposedly sent by YouTube administrators and containing links to Canadian pharmacy sites, warns BitDefender. Backdoor instructions... Continue Reading →

Cloud Computing and Hacking


Hacks such as that which took place against Gmail and the Sony Playstation gaming network are threatening to dampen the take off of Cloud Computing. Such set backs will slow the growth of the ever-expanding Cloud market which is expected... Continue Reading →

Analysis: The hidden cost of cybercrime


(CNN) -- A few years ago a disgruntled employee for a large multinational automotive firm left the company -- but when he walked out the door, he also walked out with plans for a new car model under development on a... Continue Reading →

Can video games help theatre reach the next level?


From digital characters to plays set on Facebook ... playwrights could do with young people's technical support Game on ... Rockstar Games' LA Noire fuses real acting and gaming technology – why can't theatre be as innovative? Photograph: rockstargames.com For the... Continue Reading →

Acer Europe Servers Hacked, Personal Information Of 40K Users Compromised Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2011/06/06/acer-europe-servers-hacked-personal-information-of-40k-users-compromised/#ixzz1OVovQmK7


Pakistan Cyber Army, a hacking group from Pakistan has reportedly breached in to an Acer Server in Europe and got away with sensitive personal information of over 40,000 users. Adding more to the worries of the company, the group also... Continue Reading →

China paper warns Google may pay price for hacking claims


(Reuters) - Google has become a "political tool" vilifying the Chinese government, an official Beijing newspaper said on Monday, warning that the U.S. Internet giant's statements about hacking attacks traced to China could hurt its business. The tough warning appeared in the... Continue Reading →

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