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20 best iPhone/iPad games of 2013
Puzzles, adventure games, dungeon crawlers, and more fun for your favorite iOS device (during off-work hours, of course). Read More


Managing Mobile Access to the Cloud
Use of mobile personal cloud services is proliferating on personal and enterprise-owned mobile devices. Organizations are considering controls that appear to conflict with the spirit of BYOD and wonder if their approach is correct. Learn More

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Continuous Monitoring & Mitigation: the New InfoSec Frontier
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IT security pros often seen as 'innovation killers,' says ADP's IT security chief
The problem with IT security professionals is they spend too much time stopping business people from trying new things, including cloud services, out of worries about risk when they should really be working directly with business managers to help them innovate by means of security. Read More

It's that time of the year again – Galaxy S5 rumor time!
Ah, December – it's cold as hell, everyone's going berserk from stress about visiting relatives and getting presents for the kids, and it gets dark at about 4 p.m. "Happy" holidays! Read More

The year in tech quotes
With 2013 coming to an end, we took our annual look back at quotes from news stories over the last 12 months. Here are a handful that stuck with us through the year: Read More

Anti-Bot Working Group to fight DDoS attacks from cloud infrastructure
Distributed denial-of-service attacks against financial firms and other industries have been mounting, so today the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) announced it is establishing the Anti-Bot Working Group to help fight this threat. Read More

Microsoft helps develop bra technology to battle overeating
Sensors tucked inside a bra can detect emotional states that lead to overeating in time to head off binges, according to studies assisted by a team from Microsoft Research. Read More

'Please Wait': New-and-Improved Has Same Old Problems
After a glowing news conference yesterday citing "night and day" progress on, I decided to log in this morning and take the Web site for a test drive, as I'm sure many others are doing. Early reports had been promising. What I found was hardly encouraging — long delays loading pages, an endless circle of tasks (some already completed) and ultimately an error message. Read More

China bans banks from trading in Bitcoin
The price of bitcoins may be soaring, but China isn't too thrilled with the virtual currency. On Thursday, the nation moved to regulate use of bitcoins, stating that its financial institutions could not deal in the virtual currency. Read More

Bitcoin's highest highs, lowest lows
A quick look at Bitcoin's up-and-down year Read More

Cisco sees SDN, Internet of Things in its 2014 crystal ball
Next year will see demonstrable evidence of the Internet of Things, real-time communications on the Web, and SDN-enabled platforms with killer applications for them. Read More

IBM blames ISPs for 'offensive' Internet ... back in 1994
1994: It was a simpler time, when IBM sold an operating system called OS/2 version 3.0 (a.k.a. OS/2 Warp) and corporate lawyers could plausibly imagine people venturing onto the Internet and being shocked - shocked! - to find "objectionable" content there. Read More

Lightweight Lockheed cryocooler will keep satellite innards on ice
With an eye toward keeping satellites as sprightly as possible and their instruments functioning at optimum temperature levels, Lockheed Martin says it has developed a cooling system three-times lighter than its predecessor. Read More

Microsoft customer privacy vs. NSA snooping
In the midst of the NSA snooping scandal, Microsoft is talking up a three-pronged approach to keep customer data safe from the prying eyes of governments. Read More



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