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Android Heartbleed alert: 150 million apps still vulnerable

Android developers are starting to patch OpenSSL flaws. Meanwhile, Apple ships an SSL fix for iOS and OS X

8 gadgets for the high-tech home

From wireless door locks to scales that measure more than weight, these connected devices take your domicile digital

Data analytics, cyber security emerge as top investment priorities for Indian firms: PwC survey

As per the findings of the survey, organizations across industries are ramping up investments in technologies like cloud, mobile, social, data mining and analytics, and considering the implications of other emerging technologies like 3D computing,...

India lost USD 225 million to phishing attacks in 2013: RSA

India emerges as a top target for phishing attacks in APJ and Oceania; received 54 percent of total phishing volume in APAC in 2013

Free scanning tool promises to find Heartbleed on any device

CrowdStrike says tool identifies the flaw on web servers, VPNs, servers, routers, printers, and phones

Microsoft Bing enters prediction business

Microsoft claims Bing can predict the future, but it is starting out with soft questions like who will win a particular TV competition

How to fight software piracy with SaaS

SaaS makes application deployment easy and effective. It could eliminate software piracy once and for all

Indian startup Pluggx aims to be the Apple of the smart home industry

Startup Pluggx Labs has created a smart device that allows you to control your home appliances and electronic gadgets from your smartphone. The starting cost - just Rs 2000

11 Heartbleed facts: Vulnerability Discovery, Mitigation Continue

Millions of websites, applications from Cisco and VMware, Google Play apps, as well as millions of Android devices are vulnerable -- and the list keeps growing

Mobility: Who bears the brunt of data security & privacy

OS manufacturers, app developers, and consumers all have a role to play in smartphone data security. But not everyone is equally responsible

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