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Verizon to release government data requests
Target data breach hit 40 million shoppers
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A pedestrian uses her cell phone as she passes a Verizon Wireless store on Broadway in New York.
The first telecom to do so is responding partly to shareholder concerns about its reputation.
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New research highlights software that can turn some laptop cameras on without users knowing.
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For-profit academic publisher Elsevier is ramping up efforts to stop academics from sharing their research freely online.
Timothy B. Lee
Google’s semi-annual transparency report shows growing government interest in user data.
Turns out the technology is perfectly safe to use.
Craig Timberg, Hayley Tsukayama and Jia-Lynn Yang
Credit and debit card accounts were impacted between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15.
Data vendors have 26 categories just to describe different kinds of poor people.
New technology is superseding our old networks faster than we can write new rules for them.
Two California officials propose requiring smartphones to have a “kill switch” that would render stolen or lost devices inoperable.
Part of the Class A stock offering comes from CEO Mark Zuckerberg and investor Marc Andreessen.
Parker Liautaud melts snow for water, feasts on oatmeal and strives for the perfect number of layers.
The company has acquired eight robotics companies this year. We explain why.
The group recommends putting a civilian in charge of the NSA, but Obama has already ruled that out.
Thursday’s edition features Obamacare, Paul Ryan and the sterilization of deer.
Target discloses a data breach involving millions of credit cards, the FCC moves to end sports TV blackouts, and other top tech stories of the last 24 hours.
A 40-year old rule designed to help attendance at NFL stadiums may be revamped by the FCC.
Ellen Nakashima and Ashkan Soltani
Among the recommendations are an end to NSA collection and storage of Americans’ phone records.
Employee passwords may have been obtained; no evidence that subscriber data was compromised
Lawsuit seeks to expose a secret trade treaty that could profoundly affect US copyright and patent law.
How a traffic anonymizing service helped police identify a potential bomb threat
At last, the press team can stop sharing with the hiring team.
Ashkan Soltani and Timothy B. Lee
Your laptop’s Webcam has a light that’s supposed to turn on any time the camera does. But research shows it’s possible for hackers to disable the light.
Critics called Mitt Romney a robot. This film argues otherwise.
Andrea Peterson and Ashkan Soltani
Isn’t it ironic?
Cylindrical high-end desktop — aimed at heavy-duty users — starts at $3,000.
Guess what! Everyone’s life appears awesome on social networks. Too bad that’s not a good thing.
Kyu Rhee, MD and Chief Health Officer
Bridging the worldwide gap between Cancer Diagnosis and Cancer Treatment using Big Data.
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