Relatives of attack victims in Israel sue Facebook for $1B for 'facilitating' terrorism

Facebook is being sued to the sum of $1 billion by a group of Israeli and U.S. citizens for allegedly enabling militant attacks on their relatives in Israel. The lawsuit has been filed in a U.S. District Court in New York.

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FBI director says government 'purchased a tool' to access San Bernardino gunman's phone

The head of the FBI said Wednesday that the government had “purchased” a tool enabling investigators to access an iPhone belonging to San Bernardino gunman Syed Farook.

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From high seas to high tech: Pirates hack shipping company

Cunning tech-savvy pirates hacked a shipping company’s systems, enabling them to carefully target cargo on the firm’s vessels.

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Investors Bet $57M on Jana's Global Internet Access Strategy


Jana on Thursday announced it has raised $57 million in Series C funding, enabling it to continue its plans to connect developing countries to the Web. Verizon Ventures led the funding round, with backing from Spark Capital and Publicis Groupe. The backing will give Jana — which provides free, unrestricted Internet access to more than 30 million people in emerging markets — the boost it needs to connect its next billion users, according to company spokesperson Meagan Ward.

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Apple's Swift language project gains continuous integration

Article Image Apple on Monday officially launched continuous integration for Swift, enabling checks on the project’s health, and integrated testing within pull requests before any commits are made.

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New Apple OS X 10.10.4 update enables TRIM support for third-party SSDs

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Apple has begun enabling TRIM support in its latest OS update if you install a third-party SSD — but be advised, some SSDs don’t work with the chosen method of TRIM.

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Expanded Google ARC project brings Android apps to Mac, Windows, Linux

Google this week expanded its beta App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) project, enabling Android apps to run not just in Chrome OS but also on Mac, Windows, and Linux computers, with some basic limitations.



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Apple expands availability of two-step verification for Apple IDs to 59 countries

Just over a year after first enabling two-step verification for its pervasive Apple ID account system, Apple on Thursday revealed the feature’s expansion to nearly 50 additional countries around the world in an updated technical support document.



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