Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab a 'danger' to US security, senator warns

Prominent cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab poses a danger to U.S. security, warns Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, who is pushing to prohibit the federal government from using the Moscow-based company’s products.

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'Gaping security holes' in millions of AT&T modems, researchers claim

A security research firm claims to have found “gaping security flaws” in most AT&T U-verse cable modems — you know, the type used by most every AT&T customer to get online.

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The iPhone 8 isn't even here yet and Android owners are already switching to Apple

In a report published on Tuesday, market research firm CIRP revealed that Apple attracted more Android switchers in the most recent quarter than at any other time in the past year.

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Implantable computer chips being developed for brain injuries

British chip design firm ARM Holdings said it is coordinating with U.S. researchers to help develop computer chips that can be implanted in a person’s brain, aiding with brain and spinal injuries.

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Americans can't put down their phones, shut off the TV

A new report from market research firm eMarketer reveals that US adults are now spending more than half their day a total of 12 hours and 7 minutes, on average consuming media.

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Security firm: Cyberattacks against Saudi Arabia continue

Researchers at a U.S. antivirus firm say the destructive cyberattack that hit Saudi Arabia late last year is continuing, revealing new details about an unusually disruptive campaign that some have linked to Iran.

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The scent of cybersecurity: Kaspersky Lab launches perfume

Can hackers smell fear? Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab is raising awareness of the digital threats facing users … by launching a perfume.

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HPE to Buy One-Time Rising Star Nimble for $1B Cash


Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced a deal to acquire flash storage firm Nimble Storage, once viewed as a darling of Wall Street, for $12.50 a share in cash, or $1 billion. HPE also agreed to assume or pay out Nimble Storage’s unvested equity awards, which are valued at $200 million. Upon completion of the deal, Nimble Storage will merge with a unit of HPE and become a subsidiary of the company. The Nimble Storage acquisition is meant to strengthen the breadth of HPE’s offerings as it competes in the mid-to-high end flash storage market.

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AI Deconstructs Phone Sales Pitches


SaaS solutions firm Gong has released the findings of a study on sales phone conversations, including an analysis of gender speaking patterns. Women delivered slightly longer sales monologues, averaging about 9-12 seconds longer than those their male counterparts gave, but men generally spoke faster, the study found. Men tended to speak at a faster pace, averaging about 2.88 words per second compared to the average 2.79 seconds for women, the study found. Men also paused longer — averaging about 1.5 seconds compared to women’s 1.3 seconds.

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New CEO to Guide FinancialForce's Ambitious Growth Plans


Cloud-based ERP firm FinancialForce on Friday named a new CEO, Tod Nielsen, who previously served as executive vice president of platform at Salesforce. Nielsen takes the helm from FinancialForce founder Jeremy Roche, who remains a major shareholder in the company. He will stay on as special advisor to the management team and work with FinancialForce investor Unit4 in an executive position. Roche’s home base is in the UK. Salesforce is another investor in FinancialForce, which builds its applications on the Salesforce platform.

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Eye robot: Medical device can carry out cataract surgery with precise cuts

Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants developed a medical robot capable of performing one of the world’s most common but delicate operations: cataract surgery. For now, however, it’s only a tech demonstration.

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Facebook buys stolen passwords from hackers to keep your accounts safe

Facebook’s Alex Stamos has said that the firm has been buying stolen passwords from the black market to secure user accounts, an outside-the-box move that keeps the social network relatively scandal-free when it comes to security.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/11/11/facebook-buys-stolen-passwords-from-hackers-to-keep-your-accounts-safe.html

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Salesforce Reels BeyondCore Into Its Cloud


Salesforce has inked an agreement to acquire BeyondCore, a data analytics firm that already has integrated its latest release with Salesforce, the companies said Monday. BeyondCore will become part of the Salesforce Analytics Cloud, extending smart data discovery and advanced analytics capabilities across the entire Salesforce Customer Success Platform, according to BeyondCore CEO Arijit Sengupta. The acquisition will boost the Analytics Cloud’s artificial intelligence efforts, according to Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff.

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