Brian Krebs reports: A Russian organized cybercrime group known for hacking into banks and retailers appears to have breached hundreds of computer systems at software giant Oracle Corp., KrebsOnSecurity has learned. More alarmingly, the attackers have compromised a customer support portal for companies using Oracle’s MICROS point-of-sale credit card payment systems. Asked this weekend for […]
Mario and his known associates are getting a world of their own.
Given all the eye candy on display, it can be difficult to isolate the truly great products among the fray. But we’ve done our best, and we think we emerged with some real winners. The post 11 Hot Products From CES: Wind-Up Birds, Self-Driving Cars, and Beer-Brewing Robots appeared first on WIRED.
While there is no “official” word from Samsung about the company working on a smartphone with a folding display, new rumours keep piling up month after month. Indeed, this indicates that the Korean smartphone maker is cooking up something that could be ready just in time for the Mobile World Congress next year. Yes, news […]
While there are plenty of apps available in app stores for files sharing, BitTorrent’s Shoot app stands out for the simple fact that it is cross-platform, meaning that you can share anything across Android, iOS and even Windows Phone. This can happen across Wi-Fi or even on a mobile connection. The transfers take place not […]
Lawyer Tor Ekeland, who represents some of the highest profile hackers in the US, says the US should follow the UK and Ireland’s approach in meting out punishment proportionate to the actual harm done. The post America Must End Its Paranoid War on Hackers appeared first on WIRED.
A new move in Ireland to issue electronic currency positions Facebook to become a major player in mobile payments and money transfers.
An anonymous reader writes: It’s a trend that seems to permeate education across every discipline, from creative to technical: reliance on a single expensive, proprietary, vendor-driven tool. Whether it’s the predominance of Adobe in design programs, of Visual Studio in many computer science programs, or even Microsoft Office components in business schools, too often students […]
ActivEdge Technologies, a Nigeria-based company, and SAP Africa, the South Africa-based branch of German software provider Systemanalyse und Programmentwicklung (SAP), reportedly have partnered to offer a mobile …