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23 Feb 15 - Computer And Electronics Services News

Agony and HTC: How an underdog phone maker aims to reinvent itself
Next to one computer is a sign that reads: "3 things I love: sports, motorsports and making s--- look pretty." Hanging just behind the table and chairs is an equally long whiteboard filled with sketches, random notes and a quote from actor George ...

Meet Superfish: Lenovo Joins The Malevolent Side Of The Online Advertising ...
Computer security analysts had discovered something nefarious about a piece of advertising software called Superfish, which comes pre-installed on cheap Lenovo laptops like the Yoga 2. Superfish was leaving the laptops wide open to takeover by .... for ...

Deadline to get AICTE approval for B Tech courses extended
B.Tech programmes in Computer Science, Electronics, Food Technology, Instrumentation Electronics and Polymer Science were launched as part of the Four-Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP), scrapped last year following UGC intervention.

The latest on car hacking. Should you be concerned?
That said, last year a 14-year-old participating in the Battle CyberAuto Challenge managed to build an electronic remote auto communications device with $15-worth of bits and bobs from an electronics shop and access a vehicle's internal computer ...

NSB to set up cybersecurity arm to fend off China
The National Security Bureau (NSB) plans to establish a cybersecurity department in the near future to improve the government's computer surveillance amid heightened cyberattacks that China launches to simulate similar strikes on Western countries ...

Why Asus Zenbook UX305 Catches Eyes in Crowded Enterprise Market
Since the Asus Zenbook UX305 was unveiled at the IFA consumer electronics show in 2014, the lightweight notebook has attracted the interest of enterprise customers as much for its affordable price as its thin, ultraportable design.

Why an Apple Car Makes Sense for the Company
Until Apple can tap deeply into a car's network of computers, cameras and sensors, CarPlay is a stub, a makeshift solution to the problem of driver distraction that offers no more utility -- in fact, much less -- than an iPhone.

<part three> Tax system edit fagged the Universal Credit
But space was surely simple compared to jungle territory that social engineering projects like RTI and Universal Credit attempt to tame: between them, every business, every employee, all the unemployed, the lion's share of public bodies, and the ...

Hands-on review: Raspberry Pi 2- The thrill of tinkering
So while every other electronics maker has been slaving away on ease-of-use features, Mr. Upton decided to deliberately create a computer that dials back the user friendliness. After using the ... But it lacks the big services, including Netflix ...

US judge dismisses antitrust case against Google over Android apps
The complainants, who were seeking class-action status for the lawsuit, said that Google required manufacturers including Samsung Electronics to set the search giant's own apps as default options on Android-based phones, restricting access to competing ...

Google worried US could use amended warrant rule to search computers abroad
The amendment would allow a magistrate judge of the location, where activities relating to a crime may have occurred, the authority to issue a warrant "to use remote access to search electronic storage media and to seize or copy electronically stored ...

How the NSA's Firmware Hacking Works and Why It's So Unsettling
“Think about Bin Laden who lived in the desert in an isolated compound—doesn't have internet and no electronic footprint.

The Believers
And before that, Google bought Hinton's services for an undisclosed sum. .... The Navy revealed the embryo of an electronic computer today that it expects will be able to walk, talk, see, write, reproduce itself and be conscious of its existence ...

Raspberry Pi 2 Review: A $35 Computer Can Do a Heck of a Lot
So while every other electronics maker has been slaving away on ease-of-use features, Mr. Upton decided to deliberately create a computer that dials back the user friendliness. After using the ... But it lacks the big services, including Netflix ...

It's Back To Carrier Pigeons
By knowing the encryption keys, the intelligence services could de-crypt encrypted communications which they hadn't previously been able to crack.

Telefónica jumps on the biometric bandwagon
Also introduced is SealSign, an electronic document-signing platform for companies, compatible with digital certificates, biometric systems, One-time Password (OTP) systems and the long-term storage of signed documents.

Could Apple really be about to make cars?
Bloomberg claimed the computer giant wants to have a car in production by 2020. And tech blogger Gruber, who had been dismissive of the rumours earlier in the week, changed his stance after learning recent Apple hires included a senior recruiter from ...

Iron Mountain and University of Texas School of Information Announce ...
The School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin is a premier research and graduate education program featuring a top-ten ALA Accredited master's program, a Ph.

Japan's curious love for old-school flip-phones continues
"Reliability is a good selling point for the feature phones, whose longer battery life when compared to smartphones is reassuring to users who tend to use voice services most often and need to be readily accessible, such as salespeople," Joseph Jasper ...

Muskegon Community College moving forward with plans to transform former ...
Those include computer aided design, computer aided manufacturing, engineering and electronics. Also considered for the Downtown ... The college received 13 proposals for architectural services and interviewed five firms. C2AE's bid of $358,500 was the ...

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