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Nov 21, 2014


Independent Online

Shut down webcam spying site - Britain
Independent Online
London - A Russian website offering thousands of live feeds peering into bedrooms and offices around the world by accessing poorly secured webcams should be taken down immediately, British officials said on Thursday. The Information Commissioner's ...
Russian webcam hacking site: how owners are keeping identity hiddenThe Australian
Explainer: How a Russian website could hijack UK webcamsBBC News
Russian website streaming thousands of webcams registered in Cocos IslandsABC Online
The Nation -VentureBeat -Northampton Herald and Post
all 400 news articles »


Nov 21, 2014


DailyTech

Chevy previews the next-gen Volt and its location-based charging system
Engadget
We'll be seeing the next-generation Chevy Volt in less than two months when GM launches it at the North American International Auto Show in January. But for the sake of those who can't wait, the company has shown off a bit more of the 2016 hybrid model at ...
GM says Chevrolet Volt charging to become easierTechnologyTell
2016 Chevrolet Volt Plays Peek-a-Boo at L.A. Auto ShowMotor Trend
2016 Chevrolet Volt Teased, Charging System DetailedMSN Autos
CarAdvice -The News Wheel -GM Authority (blog)
all 33 news articles »


Nov 21, 2014


Telegraph.co.uk

Parasitic 10cm tapeworm lived in man's brain for four years
Telegraph.co.uk
A 10cm parasitic tapeworm lived in the brain of British man for four years before doctors realised it was there, it has emerged. The 50 year old first visited doctors in 2008 suffering from headaches, seizures, memory loss and complaining that his sense of smell ...
Doctors remove tapeworm from man's brainSBS
Scientists studying rare tapeworm living in man's brainThe Star Online
Worm Lives in Man's Head for Four YearsDiscovery News
Science Codex -Medical Xpress -The Guardian
all 33 news articles »


Nov 21, 2014


New York Times

Malicious software said to spread on Android phones
Honolulu Star-Advertiser
A particularly nasty mobile malware campaign targeting Android users has hit between four million and 4.5 million Americans since January of 2013, according to an estimate by Lookout, a San Francisco mobile security company that has been tracking the ...
Mobile malware reaches new heightsThe Hill
Hackers turning Android smartphones, tablets into slave armiesIBNLive

all 54 news articles »


Nov 21, 2014


ABC Online

Webcam hacking website based in Cocos Islands prompts warning from privacy ...
ABC Online
Australians are being warned about hackers gaining access to home webcams and even cameras used to monitor sleeping babies. A Russian website has been discovered live streaming images from thousands of private webcams across the world, ...
Explainer: How a Russian website could hijack UK webcamsBBC News
Russia hacking site spying webcams worldwide: BritainThe Nation
Russian webcam hackers back online after temporary interruptionThe Australian
CNNMoney -VentureBeat -Northampton Herald and Post
all 395 news articles »


Nov 21, 2014


Tech Times

Boost in Farm Crop Now Being Blamed for Seasonal Swings in CO2
Tech Times
Increased production of crops such as corn, wheat and rice in the Northern Hemisphere contributes up to 25 percent of the seasonal increase of the concentration of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. (Photo : USDA NRCS South Dakota) ...
Four Crops - But Mostly Corn - Can Negatively Affect Global TemperaturesDumb-Out
Rise in Food Production releasing more CO2 to AtmospherePerfScience
Corn Crops Are Behind Changing CO2 Cycles (+ Video)Capital OTC
Frontline Desk -The Utah People's Post -Science Recorder
all 51 news articles »


Nov 21, 2014


New York Times

Uber Hires Hogan Lovells for Review: Business of Law
Businessweek
Uber Technologies Inc. hired Hogan Lovells' to conduct an internal data-privacy review, moving to address criticism after an executive discussed snooping into journalists' private lives. Uber said in a blog post yesterday that it hired Harriet Pearson, formerly ...
Uber Tracking Raises Privacy ConcernsBlack Press USA
Uber hires data privacy expert to prove it's not awfulVatorNews
Uber taps privacy experts to conduct internal reviewSlashGear
New York Post -San Francisco Chronicle -The Recorder
all 173 news articles »


Nov 21, 2014


SFGate

Planet, California on pace for warmest year on record
SFGate
The Earth is on track for its warmest year on record, federal scientists said Thursday after temperatures in October climbed to historical highs. Despite relatively cool weather across much of the United States this year, including big snowstorms along the East ...
2014 Will Prove To Be The Hottest Year on RecordDumb-Out
Earth is Bracing for Record Breaking Hottest Year EverChinatopix
Share “Climate scientists predict 2014 will be...”NewsOK.com
io9 -Frontline Desk -Huffington Post
all 142 news articles »


Nov 20, 2014


TheBlaze.com

Mission not-so-Impossible: New 'glove' device lets humans crawl on walls
Science Recorder
The new Spiderman technology has many real-world applications useful for manufacturing and industry, Stanford reseachers say. Science Recorder Pro. Free trial. No ads. Exclusive interviews. Access to all articles. Just $4.99/year. Subscribe. Spiderman ...
Move over, Spider-Man: new gecko-inspired climbing gear developed by ...Beta Wired
Geckos inspire 'Spider-Man' glovesBBC News
Scale a Wall With These Gecko Gloves and You'll Never Dream of Being ...Tech Times
ModVive -NFL News and Rumors -Headlines & Global News
all 64 news articles »


Nov 20, 2014


The Seattle Times

Bezos using Kindle Fire to bolster Washington Post
The Seattle Times
A new app will deliver The Washington Post to some Amazon Kindle tablet owners for free. It is the first formal collaboration between the two companies since Amazon founder Jeff Bezos bought The Post for $250 million last year. By RAVI SOMAIYA. The New ...
Where to buy an Amazon Fire TV Stick in time for the holidaysCNET
Brace Yourselves For Amazon's Big Holiday BlowoutReadWrite
We built The Post's new tablet app. Here's how we're trying to fix digital browsing.Washington Post (blog)
Mashable -AdAge.com -Phys.Org
all 165 news articles »




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