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LaCie Confirms Customer Data Breach On Their Website

04/16/2014, So we know that LaCie is known for creating storage solutions like external hard drives and Thunderbolt external hard drives used for Mac computers, but it seems that recently the company has experienced a security breach by unknown assailants. This...

Some Galaxy Devices Found To Have A Security Flaw

03/13/2014, It seems that according to a security report from the Replicant developers, it looks as though there might be certain Samsung Galaxy models featuring a particular chipset that might actually have a backdoor in them that would allow third parties to access...

Privacy Features To Be Embedded In Humanoid Robots

03/10/2014, I guess it goes without saying that for humans to interact with humanoid robots is a whole lot easier and emotionally involving compared to a regular, traditional robot that we know it as. Having said that, it seems that researchers from Oxford are...

Fujitsu Wants To Use Palm Vein Sensors In Place Of Fingerprints

03/09/2014, While fingerprint sensors on smartphones are starting to become more common, especially with the iPhone 5s and the Samsung Galaxy S5 picking up on the trend again, this kind of technology has actually be integrated into other consumer electronics in the...

comiXology Experiences Security Breach, Password Reset Required

03/06/2014, If you’re an avid comic book reader, chances are you might have downloaded the comiXology app for your smartphones or tablets. For those unfamiliar with the app, basically it gives users access to hundreds, if not thousands of comics published by a...

Samsung Knox 2.0: Ready For Small Businesses And Cloud Management

02/26/2014, Launched last year at Mobile World Congress, Samsung’s security platform Knox is about to see a second evolution which will bring significantly important new use cases and potentially serve a lot more users in the small business (SMB) space. To mark the...

Kaspersky Internet Security To Arrive On Windows Phone Soon

02/24/2014, As long as a device is connected to the internet, there’s always the off-chance that it might be infected by malware. In the past we have heard of how various malwares have targeted Android devices (those reports are starting to become less frequent...

Apple’s SSL Bug Extends To OS X Too, Fix Incoming

02/24/2014, Earlier today, we reported that Apple had issued a crucial fix in the form of iOS 7.0.6 for its iOS devices. This is an important update and for those who haven’t bothered to update, you guys probably should. For those wondering what the big deal is, it...