Google on Wednesday announced it has taken new measures to protect users of its Chrome web browser from being targeted by potentially malicious binaries.
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Children as young as 11 years old are writing malicious computer code for hacking accounts on gaming sites and social networking sites, experts have said.
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Google's much-dreaded announcement on the coming demise of Google Reader has alarmed users in Iran — and drawn attention to the scale and complexity of online censorship there. As Quartz's Zach Seward explained in a great post yesterday, Google Reader is one of the few ways Iranians can access Web sites blocked in Iran. (According to ViewDNS, a site that monitors servers,...
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Websites affiliated with U.S. broadcaster NBC were hacked for several hours on Thursday, serving up malicious software intended to steal bank account details. On its own technology blog, NBC released a statement saying, “We’ve identified the problem and are working to resolve it. No user information has been compromised.” Sites such as NBC.com are a frequent target for...
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Google seems to be looking to bring its ambitious Google Glass wearable computer to market much faster than many likely anticipated, according to the Verge. Google told the site that it hopes to have a "fully-polished" version of Glass available for sale to ordinary consumers by the end of 2013. The cost will be under the $1,500 Google was asking for developer-targeted...
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Google is expecting more than 5,500 developers to attend its largest ever Google I/O conference this year in San Francisco.
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Google is continuing its effort to punish sites that manipulate outside links in order to increase their search visibility. The move means websites should be careful that their SEO strategies doesn't lead to a penalty.
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A new poll says 46% of consumers surveyed would not spend more than $500 for Google's smartphone-like eyewear -- early versions of which the company is selling for $1,500.
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It can be great to take a risk with love, but that doesn’t mean you should put your personal data in jeopardy.Online dating sites have helped millions find true love (at least if you believe the ads), but the sites can be riddled with fake profiles designed to scam other members. And as Valentine’s Day approaches, more people join sites like Match.com and eHarmony to find...
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Google said those who failed to meet its standards would be suspended. But Financial Mail has discovered that the action demanded by Google has been ignored, sidestepped or is not visible when arriving at sites.
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