Tragedy as famous daredevil climber plunges to death from well-known skyscraper

A daredevil climber was attempting to scale a 62-story skyscraper in China when he plunged to his death, according to media reports.

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Exposed: Massive spambot exposes 711 million email addresses

‘For a sense of scale, that’s almost one address for every single man, woman and child in all of Europe,’ according to security researcher Troy Hunt.

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Microsoft Confirms Windows Code Leak, but Size, Details Disputed

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Microsoft suffered a significant hack and data leak over the weekend, but the size and scale of the problem may have been smaller than initially reported.

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Apple promises to compensate for iAd layoffs with new job openings

Article Image The decision to scale back iAd will see some people lose sales jobs, although new positions should be created to compensate, an Apple spokesman acknowledged on Monday.

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How to beat the digital divide

The size and scale of the benefits conferred by the Internet are widening the gaps between the digital haves and have-nots.


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China, Russia amassing personal info seized in hacks for counter-intelligence

Chinese and Russian intelligence services are collecting personally identifiable information on a grand scale so they can target American government workers for counter-intelligence, a U.S. official told CNN Tuesday.


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Dodging Disorganization: Showing Sellers a Sharper Image


Despite vendors’ assertions to the contrary, CRM is not all about technology. Technology helps it scale, but CRM is really a discipline. It’s the discipline of creating relationships that benefit both the buyer and the seller. The product we call “CRM” is really great at organizing the data that makes it possible to build relationships. It stores facts and drives some of the activities you need to maintain their health. However, many things that aren’t driven by your CRM technology can have a major impact on relationships.

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OS X 10.10.2 will fix years-old Thunderbolt hardware vulnerability

A Mac hardware vulnerability that has yet to be exploited on a wide scale will reportedly be fixed with Apple’s forthcoming OS X 10.10.2 update for Yosemite, preventing any future attacks.



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Home Depot All But Confirms Doozy of a Data Breach


Home Depot may have experienced a massive security breach — possibly on a greater scale than last year’s Target breach, which affected an estimated 110 million people. Home Depot on Wednesday said it was investigating the possibility, following security researcher Brian Krebs’ Tuesday alert. Multiple banks earlier on Tuesday had seen indications that Home Depot was the source of a huge new batch of stolen credit and debit cards that had gone on sale in the cybercrime underground.

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