• FBI Clashes with Apple, Google Over Phone Encryption – Tom's GuideOctober 1, 2014
    Tom's Guide FBI Clashes with Apple, Google Over Phone Encryption Tom's Guide When it comes to the U.S. federal government, one thing is clear: They want mass access to consumer data, and they want it bad. In the wake of the NSA's ability to snoop into people's private files, Apple and Google have tightened their privacy practices. This … New privacy battle looms after moves by Apple, Google Channel News Asia Eric Holder raises concerns over privacy advances by tech companies The Guardian Apple vs. the Law New York Times Los Angeles Times  - Computerworld  - T4 Magazine all 99 news articles »
  • Google triples bug bounty reward range to $15000 – PCWorldOctober 1, 2014
    BetaNews Google triples bug bounty reward range to $15000 PCWorld Google has tripled its maximum reward for finding flaws in its software to US$15,000, a figure the company hopes will deter independent researchers from selling their information on shady markets. The company had paid a minimum of $500 up to $5,000. Find a bug in Chrome? You could earn $15000 and entry into the Google Hall of … BetaNews Google promises MORE CHOCOLATE to squish Chrome bugs Register Add a mute button to Chrome tabs CNET 9 to 5 Google all 18 news articles »
  • 600-year old canoe discovered in New Zealand could shed light on Polynesian … – Science RecorderOctober 1, 2014
    Christian Science Monitor 600-year old canoe discovered in New Zealand could shed light on Polynesian … Science Recorder A 600-year-old canoe, pulled from a sand dune on New Zealand's South Island, may help scientists further understand the seafaring technologies of the Polynesian peoples. The canoe, which was discovered two years ago near the Anaweka estuary, is a rare … Mysterious Canoe Found in New Zealand Resembles Other Polynesian People Dumb-Out 600-Year-Old Canoe Discovered in New Zealand Sci-Tech Today 600-Year-Old Canoe Reveals Story of Polynesian Seafarers Nature World News Design & Trend  - Smithsonian all 45 news articles »
  • With Windows 10, a contrite Microsoft tries to atone for Windows 8 – ComputerworldOctober 1, 2014
    Computerworld With Windows 10, a contrite Microsoft tries to atone for Windows 8 Computerworld Humbled by businesses' dislike for Windows 8, Microsoft has issued a mea culpa, offered the world a first peek at Windows 10 and pledged that the new OS will delight IT executives. But the true test of whether Microsoft can move past its Windows 8 mistakes … Seven ate Nine! Microsoft REVEALS NEW WINDOWS 10 Register Microsoft unveils Windows 10 CBS News Windows 10 Could Be the Windows We've Been Waiting For Mashable PCWorld  - CNET  - Indian Express all 1,403 news articles »
  • Caltech physicists ask how many sea monkeys does it take to move an ocean? – Daily DigestOctober 1, 2014
    Capital OTC Caltech physicists ask how many sea monkeys does it take to move an ocean? Daily Digest In chaos theory, the butterfly effect demonstrates how a small change in one place can result in large changes in another place. Now, physicists at the California Institute of Technology (CalTech) in Pasadena have demonstrated that tiny creatures could play a … Laser-guided 'sea monkeys' hint at secrets of ocean's motion Los Angeles Times Laser-Guided Sea-Monkeys Unveil How Critters Boost Ocean's Waves (video) Capital OTC Multitudes of mighty sea monkeys move oceans, study says Christian Science Monitor Latin Post  - Nature World News  - NBCNews.com all 27 news articles »
  • World wildlife populations halved in 40 years – report – BBC NewsSeptember 30, 2014
    BBC News World wildlife populations halved in 40 years – report BBC News The global loss of species is even worse than previously thought, the London Zoological Society (ZSL) says in its new Living Planet Index. The report suggests populations have halved in 40 years, as new methodology gives more alarming results than in a … Has Half of World's Wildlife Been Lost in Past 40 Years? National Geographic Humans To Blame For Major Decline In Wildlife Populations, WWF Report Finds Huffington Post We've killed off half the world's animals since 1970 Washington Post (blog) Bloomberg  - Christian Science Monitor  - Yahoo News UK all 358 news articles »
  • Aral Sea: How one of the world's largest lakes turned into a ship cemetery … – RTSeptember 30, 2014
    RT Aral Sea: How one of the world's largest lakes turned into a ship cemetery … RT The basin of Kazakhstan's Aral Sea, once the fourth largest lake in the world, is now completely dry. The history of the sea, which derived its name from a Kyrgyz word meaning “Sea of Islands,” is revealed in a series of 10 videos. READ MORE: Shocking … See How a Siberian Lake Has Almost Disappeared TIME The Aral Sea was once the fourth largest lake in the world. Watch it dry up. Washington Post (blog) Striking NASA images: Fourth-largest lake nearly dried up USA TODAY The Independent  - Zee News all 108 news articles »
  • Larry Ellison touts Oracle's cloud platform, calls out SaaS vendors – ZDNetSeptember 30, 2014
    Computerworld Larry Ellison touts Oracle's cloud platform, calls out SaaS vendors ZDNet SAN FRANCISCO—Picking up where he left off on Sunday, Oracle executive chairman and CTO Larry Ellison continued to "drill down" the tech giant's cloud strategy. Oracle OpenWorld 2014. Oracle trots out new Box integration · Oracle's biggest threat: 'No … Oracle unveils Alta, a next-generation user interface PCWorld all 458 news articles »
  • Will Ello succeed as 'anti-Facebook'? – CNNSeptember 30, 2014
    Will Ello succeed as 'anti-Facebook'? CNN (CNN) — You may have seen mentions of the mysterious new social network Ello pop up in feeds on the social networks you actually belong to such as Facebook and Twitter — usually followed by a casual but plaintive request to join it. Well, I've been to Ello … and more »
  • Climate Change Is Driving Heat Waves Around The World: Report – Huffington PostSeptember 30, 2014
    Huffington Post Climate Change Is Driving Heat Waves Around The World: Report Huffington Post WASHINGTON –- The record-setting heat wave in Australia last year was "largely attributable" to human-caused climate change, according to a synthesis report released Monday. Heat waves in Japan, Korea, China and Europe were also "substantially … and more »

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