Yahoo, one of several tech companies swept up in the government spying controversy, has revealed that it'll be giving its Mail users an end-to-end encryption option starting next year. The announcement was made at Black Hat earlier today, where Yahoo Chief Information Security Officer Alex Stamos detailed the plan.
There’s a company called PrivateCore that’s just this week been acquired by none other than Facebook. Their mission - or at least what they hope to bring to Facebook - is to "help make the world more open and connected, in a secure and trusted way." How well do you think they’ll do?
Ever wondered whether the business cards you hand out end up in people's collection or in the trash bin? Or have you ever wished your business cards were more dynamic, without having to employ expensive gimmicks? Do you want a business card that, even if it does get thrown away, isn't a nuisance to the environment? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, then you might just be the supporter that swivelCard is looking for.
A Hong Kong court has granted Albert Yeung Sau-shing's libel lawsuit against Google over an auto-complete search suggestion that includes the word "triad". Though automated, the court has found that Google is responsible for its search suggestions, despite efforts on the Internet giant's part to have the lawsuit thrown out.
Comcast, not the most popular company out there, is seeking favorable attention from the public by way of altruistic programs -- namely, up to half a year of free service for low-income families. This is part of its Internet Essentials program, and is hailed as being in time for back to school season.
What’s a wedding or party really worth to you? A lot of time and effort can be put into making sure everything goes to plan, but when those plans fall through, the guests can be the ones who suffer. A guest not having fun at your event is never something you want, but when they leave a bad review at the venue, it could be even worse.
This isn’t a bad memory of Diablo III. You’re not going to be trading your items for real cash in a market on Titanfall’s newest update (Update 5). Instead it’s a simple system in which you’re able to sell Burn Cards for credits and spend credits on Burn Card Packs and other oddities. It’s actually kind of neat.