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Microsoft To Introduce Web-Based Outlook; Brian Hall Comments

Microsoft To Introduce Web-Based Outlook; Brian Hall Comments

Microsoft Corp. will introduce a free and web-based email portal under the Outlook brand, Bloomberg reports. Microsoft’s Windows group general manager Brian Hall said Hotmail will likely be phased out in… Read more »

Nokia Developer Forums Hit By Cyberattack

Nokia Developer Forums Hit By Cyberattack

Nokia has suspended its developer forum website after it discovered a recent attack that resulted in members’ data being compromised. The database tapped by hackers included  member e-mail addresses and,… Read more »

Yahoo Testing 'Six Degrees of Separation' Theory on Facebook

Yahoo Testing 'Six Degrees of Separation' Theory on Facebook

Yahoo Research launched an online study this week to test the well-known social theory that says any two people can be linked through six degrees of separation. To pull off… Read more »

LulzSec Releases Massive Data Dump, Shuts Down Thousands of Australian Sites

LulzSec Releases Massive Data Dump, Shuts Down Thousands of Australian Sites

Prankster hacker group LulzSec has steered its Lulz Boat and quest for mischief toward “down under,” breaking into Australian domain registrar and web host Distribute.IT, and crippling access to thousands… Read more »

Cyber Threats Abound for World IPv6 Day

Cyber Threats Abound for World IPv6 Day

Wired magazine calls it the “nerdiest holiday ever” and the “biggest geek party since Pi Day,” but around the world, some are taking World IPv6 Day very seriously. “Granted it… Read more »

Hack for Humanity: Developers Do Good, Make World Better Place

Hack for Humanity: Developers Do Good, Make World Better Place

Hackers, mark your calendars. NASA, Google, HP, Microsoft, The World Bank and Yahoo! are inviting techies to participate in the worldwide event Random Hacks of Kindness to help solve global… Read more »

NASA, Google Invite Techies to Contribute with 'Random Hacks of Kindness'

NASA, Google Invite Techies to Contribute with 'Random Hacks of Kindness'

Are you a hacker and want to make a difference? Look no further: NASA, Google, Microsoft, The World Bank and Yahoo are inviting software developers, computer experts and students to… Read more »

Commission Warns of China's Rerouting of US Web Traffic

Commission Warns of China's Rerouting of US Web Traffic

A new report submitted to Congress by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission expresses concerns over China’s alleged ability to control and manipulate Internet traffic, Computerworld reports. The report… Read more »

Twitter's Two Sides of the Coin

Twitter's Two Sides of the Coin

Recently, a reported phishing attack using Twitter unknowingly compromised user account information.  Users received tweets or direct messages using phrasing such as “This you?” or ” LOL is this you”… Read more »

Researchers Find Massive Botnet

Researchers Find Massive Botnet

Security researchers with NetWitness Corp. have discovered a massive botnet which includes at least 75,000 infected computers at 2,500 companies and government agencies throughout the world. The Kneber botnet has… Read more »

Clayton Christensen’s Disruptive Prescription for Healthcare

Clayton Christensen’s Disruptive Prescription for Healthcare

Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen has developed a model that explains the market chaos that follows a game-changing innovation in any particular field.  Using examples from the steel, computing,… Read more »

Scam Compromises Email Accounts

Scam Compromises Email Accounts

The other day, Microsoft confirmed that a number of Hotmail account login information was compromised and posted online. It now appears that the breach is significantly wider, extending to Gmail,… Read more »

Google Opposed for Internet Library by Amazon, Microsoft and Yahoo

Google Opposed for Internet Library by Amazon, Microsoft and Yahoo

Google, which acquired the rights to create an online library in 2008 as the outcome of a lawsuit against them for copyright infringement at the cost of $125 Million, is… Read more »

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