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Google unveils Tablets, Nexus 6 Phone

New $649 Smartphone Has 5.9-Inch Screen; Google Also Unveils Tablet, Set-Top Box

Google Inc. unveiled three new Nexus-branded devices Wednesday, signaling plans to compete with Apple Inc. for high-end consumers.

5 Things Boards Should Do About Cybersecurity Now

5 Things Boards Should Do About Cybersecurity Now

According to the advice from two top-tier experts in cybersecurity and risk management. Raj Samani, CTO EMEA at McAfee; and Stephen Bonner, Partner in the Information Protection and Business Resilience team at KPMG, laid out the key issues boardrooms need to look at to secure their company’s data and reputation.

FCC to Propose New 'Net Neutrality' Rules

FCC to Propose New 'Net Neutrality' Rules

Regulators are proposing new rules on Internet traffic that would allow broadband providers to charge companies a premium for access to their fastest lanes.

The Federal Communications Commission plans to put forth its rules on Thursday. The proposal marks the FCC's third attempt at enforcing "net neutrality"—the concept that all Internet traffic should be treated equally.

Edward Snowden’s Three Simple Tips for Digital Privacy

Edward Snowden’s Three Simple Tips for Digital Privacy

Edward Snowden said he has been able to outfox U.S. officals using encryption. During a webcast on NSA leaks and data security in Austin, Texas, Snowden shared some privacy tips.

These tips range from simple to complicated depending on your computer savvy, so we’ve collected some basic info and guides to help you get started:

Price War break out in Cloud Service

Price War break out in Cloud Service

The future of corporate computing are warring over by three major cloudl service providers, Amazon, Microsoft and Google. As, the three major service providers are battling over the future of corporate computing, and companies that use their services are reaping the benefits.

Google May Push Sites to Use Encryption

Google May Push Sites to Use Encryption

Management at Google wants websites to be more secure.

In a move that experts say could make it harder to spy on Web users, Google is considering giving a boost in its search-engine results to websites that use encryption, the engineer in charge of fighting spam in search results hinted at a recent conference.

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