Monthly Archives: May 2012
A firm has been fined £50,000 ($77,055) after Trojan versions of popular Android apps secretly sent expensive SMS messages to premium rate numbers.
Sure, it took an extra year or so, but Northrop Grumman has finally penciled in the first flight of the giant surveillance airship it’s building for the U.S. Army. The Long Endurance Multi-Intelligence Vehicle — a football-field-size, helium-filled robot blimp fitted with … Continue reading
California’s SpaceX has launched on a mission to re-supply the space station – the first cargo delivery to the orbiting outpost by a private company. The firm’s Falcon rocket, topped by an unmanned Dragon freight capsule, lifted clear of its … Continue reading
In the final seconds before liftoff, SpaceX aborted its planned launch of a Falcon 9 rocket—slated to carry the first commercial spacecraft to visit the International Space Station (ISS)
Well, this is interesting. Former Pentagon senior policy analyst F. Michael Maloof claims there might be a lot more of those stealthy Black Hawk helicopters – the kind famoulsy used in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden last year … Continue reading
In the online struggle for network security, Kansas State University cybersecurity experts are adding an ally to the security force: the computer network itself.
The U.S. Defence Department invited all of its eligible contractors to join a previously restricted information-sharing pact aimed at guarding sensitive Pentagon program data stored on private computer networks.
A federal appeals court on Friday upheld the National Security Agency’s decision to withhold from the public documents confirming or denying any relationship it has with Google concerning encryption and cybersecurity.
According to trusted sources, Apple has an incredible headline feature in development for iOS 6: a completely in-house maps application. Apple will drop the Google Maps program running on iOS since 2007 in favor for a new Maps app with … Continue reading
Apple is preparing to add Notes and Reminders to iCloud.com, as evidenced by Apple’s iCloud beta test portal for registered developers. The changes popped up on Friday morning and developers noticed immediately, taking note of the two new icons that … Continue reading
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AMD touts new low-cost desktop chipset, calls Intel’s a “dead-end” http://wp.me/p3wmuX-1hW
Gonna wait for them to shake a few bugs outta this and check the security first I think.