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Qualcomm SafeSwitch offers a hardware-based kill switch

Qualcomm SafeSwitch offers a hardware-based kill switch

Depending on your market outlook, Qualcomm could be seen as the top chip mobile chip maker, at least when it comes to smartphones and tablets. Soon, however, it's lead on its competitors might widen even further if it manages to convince device manufacturers and carriers to utilize its own "kill switch" implementation, which, unsurprisingly, revolves around its processor.

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WikiLeaks reveals malware targeting journalists, activists

WikiLeaks reveals malware targeting journalists, activists

WikiLeaks has dropped another bombshell, this time in the form of software, for those already weary of governments all over the world spying on people, whether they be their citizens for not. It is giving out malware developed by German company FinFisher in the hopes that countermeasures can be developed to give its intended targets, journalists, activists, and political dissidents, a fighting chance.

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iSmartAlarm’s improved iCamera has USB storage

iSmartAlarm’s improved iCamera has USB storage

For the DIY home security fan, few things stand up to iSmartAlarm. The sensors, which set up effortlessly and ping your phone when something amiss happens, have long been the darling of the home security world. One mis-hit was their camera, which was buggy and bulky. At CEDIA this week, they’ve introduced a new camera, which brings a lot more to the table than their previous iteration.

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iCloud now notifies you if account accessed via web

iCloud now notifies you if account accessed via web

In the wake of the release of several candid celebrity photos, Apple vowed to increase iCloud security. Whoever got hold of and distributed those photos is believed to have done so via Apple’s iCloud, which was trusted to be more secure than has been proven. A new alert is an early attempt at delivering on the promise of added security measures, but is it enough?

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Google releases demo of LastPass/1Password competitor

Google releases demo of LastPass/1Password competitor

Built in to Chrome in the newest experimental build you’ll find a password generator that may make the creators of 1Password and LastPass sit on the edges of their seats. While we must assume that those services will be far ahead of Google’s effort at the start, outpacing the competition is nothing Google is a stranger to.

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