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Teen arrested in Heartbleed attack against Canadian tax site

By Stephen Lawson | 17 April, 2014 09:31

Canadian police have arrested a 19-year-old man for allegedly using the Heartbleed bug to steal data about taxpayers.

Ukraine tensions could hurt international security efforts, Kaspersky says

By Stephen Lawson | 16 April, 2014 11:27

International conflicts such as the current tensions over Ukraine could stand in the way of global cooperation on cybersecurity, according to the founder of Kaspersky Lab.

Rushed Heartbleed fixes may expose users to new attacks

By Stephen Lawson | 16 April, 2014 10:15

In the race to protect themselves from the Heartbleed vulnerability, enterprises could be opening themselves up to new attacks if they aren't careful.

Connected stuff is catching on -- just don't call it IoT

By Stephen Lawson | 15 April, 2014 11:49

Many organizations today are looking for things that talk to the Internet. Sensors, cameras, medical equipment and even snowplows are on that wish list.

With a Wi-Fi cloud service, Ruckus aims to help hotspot owners make money

By Stephen Lawson | 15 April, 2014 03:09

The latest entrant into cloud-based Wi-Fi plans to apply the technique to public Wi-Fi hotspots, helping enterprises and service providers to better manage and monetize their networks.

Would Amazon dare to make a phone? Of course

By Stephen Lawson | 12 April, 2014 09:16

The idea of an Amazon smartphone, reportedly in the works for a September release, may seem far-fetched or foolhardy but isn't that big a stretch for the ambitious shopping, device and content giant.

Twitter, at least, dodged the horrors of Heartbleed

By Stephen Lawson | 10 April, 2014 11:02

Twitter was not affected by the Heartbleed Internet vulnerability that rocked the Web security world this week, making one less password consumers need to change to protect themselves, but users still need to be careful how they respond to the threat.

AT&T cites power problem in U-verse outage

By Stephen Lawson | 08 April, 2014 05:28

A power problem caused a widespread outage on AT&T's U-verse broadband service Monday that some customers said affected both TV and Internet service.

Amazon's Dash is a Star Trek communicator for grocery shopping

By Stephen Lawson | 05 April, 2014 11:22

A few lucky customers of the AmazonFresh grocery store will be able to order products just by speaking into the Amazon Dash, a futuristic wand that the company started offering by invitation on Friday.

Startup's stethoscope adapter gets to the heart of the matter

By Stephen Lawson | 04 April, 2014 06:24

Seeing the latest smartphone makes some people's hearts beat faster. Now there's an app that can hear them.

Data analytics startup SimpleQL suggests questions

By Stephen Lawson | 03 April, 2014 15:02

SimpleQL thinks the best way to bring business intelligence to people who've never drilled into big data is to help them decide what they want to know.

Juniper to lay off more than 500 and close facilities

By Stephen Lawson | 03 April, 2014 11:21

Juniper Networks will lay off about 6 per cent of its workforce and back out of application delivery controllers as part of a restructuring intended to cut costs and focus the company on markets where it can grow fast.

Canonical to close Ubuntu One cloud-storage service

By Stephen Lawson | 03 April, 2014 06:16

Canonical is shutting down its Ubuntu One cloud-storage service rather than continue to go up against competitors such as Dropbox, Google Drive and EMC Syncplicity.

Avaya tried to monopolize maintenance, jury says in $60M verdict

By Stephen Lawson | 01 April, 2014 07:46

A federal jury in New Jersey has handed a setback to Avaya, ruling that it illegally tried to quash competition for service on its enterprise communications equipment.

There's no bubble in business Wi-Fi, Aerohive CEO says

By Stephen Lawson | 29 March, 2014 11:03

Aerohive Networks sells not just enterprise Wi-Fi gear but also cloud-based software designed to make it easier to set up and manage a customer's entire wired and wireless network. Other wireless LAN vendors are moving in the same direction, including Cisco Systems, the biggest seller of enterprise Wi-Fi, which acquired Meraki Networks in 2012.

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