Yahoo built email spying software for intelligence agencies, report says

Last year, Internet giant Yahoo built software to spy on incoming emails of hundreds of millions of accounts for U.S. intelligence agencies, according to Reuters.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/10/04/yahoo-built-email-spying-software-for-intelligence-agencies-report-says.html

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iPad Pro could use much faster 29W charging, if Apple allows USB 3 Lightning cables

Article Image The USB 3 capable Lightning port on Apple’s iPad Pro could use an incoming charge of up to 29 watts, matching the abilities of Apple’s 12-inch MacBook. But without any USB 3 Lightning cables yet available on the market, this power remains untapped for now.

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Cisco’s incoming CEO eyes ‘Internet of Everything’ explosion

Cisco Systems’ incoming CEO Chuck Robbins plans to intensify the company’s efforts around the “Internet of Everything,” connecting a wide range of applications and devices to networks.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/05/04/ciscos-incoming-ceo-eyes-internet-everything-explosion/

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Has Google lost the plot again at I/O 2014, or is there a method in the madness?

Sundar Pichai of Google: Android all the things
Back in 2011, Google’s incoming CEO Larry Page promised to put ‘more wood behind fewer arrows.’ Since then, Google has made good on the promise and proceeded to shut down a large number of products (Reader, iGoogle, Buzz), and integrated or combined many others. Now, after watching Google’s I/O 2014 keynote, it would seem that Google’s spartan, utilitarian days are over: We’re now back to Google’s timeworn strategy of throwing product ideas at a wall to see what sticks. Has Google lost the plot again, or is there a method in the madness?

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/185344-has-google-lost-the-plot-again-at-io-2014-or-is-there-a-method-in-the-madness

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