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Nasdaq is experimenting with the revolutionary technology behind bitcoin

The Wall Street Journal reports that the Nasdaq is experimenting with blockchain technology in a pilot project, a move that could — if successful — transform the financial industry.<p>So what is the blockchain?<p>First of all, bitcoin is a decentralised currency — there is no central bank, no mint …

Blockchain

Bluesmart Suitcase Aims To Make Luggage Carry-On Woes A Thing Of The Past

There's nothing worse than being told that your carefully packed carry-on bag is too big and has to be checked just as you're boarding a plane. But a new development in suitcase technology is looking to change that.<p>Bluesmart, the suitcase equivalent of a smartphone, targets many common luggage …

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In 2008, The Government Threatened To Fine Yahoo $US250,000 A Day If It Didn't Hand Over User Data

In 2008, the U.S. government threatened to fine Yahoo $US250,000 a day if it didn’t hand over user data as part of the NSA’s controversial PRISM …

Surveillance

Spying cell towers may be spread across US

There are at least 19 bogus cellphone towers operating across the United States that could be used to spy upon, and even hijack, passing mobile phones.<p>So says Les Goldsmith, head of ESD America, a company that imports and sells tightly secured mobile phones that can detect "baseband" hacking …

Swarovski Barfs Crystals All Over Samsung’s Smartwatch

With Apple’s iWatch expected to make its debut in the near future, what are companies doing to keep their names in the smartwatch conversation? In the case of Samsung and its upcoming Gear S smartwatch, it essentially took the existing strap, dipped it in glue, rolled it in crushed coke bottles, …

Swarovski

Dyson Builds Its First Robot. Surprise! It’s A Vacuum.

After 16 years of robotics research, Dyson unveils the 360 Eye. What took so long?<p>Depending on the camera angle, Dyson’s latest offering is either a mean looking robo-tank or an adorable little trash can. This is the 360 Eye, the first product borne from 16 years of Dyson’s robotics research.<p>Or …

Robotics

Dyson launches "most powerful" vacuum cleaning robot

<b>News:</b> British inventor James Dyson has revealed a design for an intelligent vacuuming robot that can be programmed remotely, which has been in …

Leaked: Sony’s Next Smartphone ‘Lens Camera’ Will Let You Swap E-Mount Lenses

You get a leak! And you get a leak! Everybody gets a leak!<p>It looks like somebody (or a few people) in the know at Sony were feeling very generous …

REPORT: The iWatch Might Cost $400

Todd HamiltonApple's various executives have discussed a $400 price point for its wearable device, possibly called "iWatch" or "iBand," according to Dawn Chmielewski and John Paczkowski of Re/code.<p>Just one day prior to this report, Paczkowski said Apple's wearable would debut at the company's Sept. …

Wearable Tech

Luna Washing Ball Cleans Your Clothes from Laundry Basket

<b>Luna Washing Ball</b> transforms your laundry basket into a washing machine, well, that’s the dream, more space and less effort to fabric care. It’s a …

FBI investigating hacking attack on JPMorgan

The FBI is investigating hacking attacks on 7 of the top 15 banks, including one against JPMorgan Chase, according to someone with direct knowledge of the attack.<p>The extent of the damage -- and who did it -- is still unknown. A person who analyzed the attack said hackers used sophisticated, …

Google’s Security Compliance Audit Report Is Now Public

Google today announced that its cloud platform has received both a new ISO 27001 certificate and that it has completed its latest SOC 2 and SOC 3 Type II audits. Before you start yawning, it’s worth remembering that these reports certify Google’s compliance with standard security practices that are …

Governments are buying tools that track your phone nearly anywhere

Don't think that widespread cellphone surveillance is the sole province of big nations like the US and UK; apparently, it's within reach of just about any country with enough cash and willing carriers. The <i>Washington Post</i> understands that "dozens" of countries have bought or leased surveillance …

Why Are Israeli Startups Leading The Tech World?

Cross-pollination between military and civilian technologies fuels a fast-moving industry.<p>People lined both sides of Boylston Street, rounds of cheers going up as runners approached the end of the 2013 Boston marathon. Then white smoke plumed. Windows splintered. Fifteen seconds later, another …

Data Breaches: Is Your Website Leaking Data?

Is your website leaking the keys to your kingdom? You might not even realize it but your webserver might be simply begging to get compromised. This could possibly be leading to a data breach. This week I was poking about on my search engine of choice looking for things that, realistically, I should …

The Chairless Chair Lets You Sit Anywhere

Millions of people that work in factories, assembly lines and distribution centers around the world suffer from muscle related disorders. People that have to constantly bend and crouch are left with severe back and knee problems. Noonee, a startup based in Zurich, Switzerland, invented a solution …

Hospital network hacked, 4.5 million records stolen

Community Health Systems, which operates 206 hospitals across the United States, announced on Monday that hackers recently broke into its computers and stole data on 4.5 million patients.<p>Hackers have gained access to their names, Social Security numbers, physical addresses, birthdays and telephone …

How spies can eavesdrop using your phone's gyroscope

In the age of surveillance paranoia, most smartphone users know better than to give a random app or website permission to use their device's …

Europe Declares War on Facebook

Throughout history, Europe has shown an inclination to declare war on itself. Now in the 21st Century, Europe has found a new enemy to rally against: Facebook.<p>Recently, Europe brought the gauntlet down on Google over the right to be forgotten. Now, with the blood not even dry from that battle and …

Privacy

More than 17,000 sign up to Austrian student's Facebook privacy class action

Max Schrems, 26, who accuses social network of data violations and supporting NSA spying, calls response to his appeal 'giant'<p>More than 17,000 Facebook members have joined a class action lawsuit accusing the social network of violating data protection law and supporting spying by America's National …

What to do if you think Russian hackers stole your login, password

A ring of Russian hackers have allegedly stolen more than a billion online user names and passwords, including more than 500 million email addresses. They are believed to be using that data to spam Internet users.<p>It's unclear which websites the Russian hackers hit, but with so much stolen data, …

Facebook Data Privacy Class Action Now Oversubscribed

A civil class action lawsuit being brought against Facebook on privacy grounds by Europe vs Facebook campaigner Max Schrems has hit its current maximum of 25,000 participants less than a week after the action was announced.<p>The class action was submitted to a Vienna, Austria court last Thursday and …