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A New Type of Bounty Hunter: Google Pays Millions To Find Software Bugs

There’s a new type of bounty hunter out there. The payoff is great, the skill set is limited, and the hunted are bugs. Bounty hunting and the future have officially collided....
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Manufacturers Beware

The demand for cybersecurity will certainly rise as a new report by NTT Security sheds some light into growth in cyber threats. NTT Security’s Global Threat Intelligence Center (GTIC) released their...
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When Business Relationships Need Couples Counseling

Personal relationships are complex. Business relationships can be even worse. What’s so frustrating about them, is the great opportunity for potential. Two companies, providing goods and services which benefit the other,...
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Yo Ho, Yo Ho, A Pirate’s Life for Google

It’s crowded. It’s only 85 degrees but it feels like 115. Time crawls by as the wait time drops from 90 minutes to 60 minutes to half an hour. Finally, it’s...
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Stealing from the Premier League

Human nature is contrarian at heart. Everyone is born with an innate sense of rebellion, an instinct that makes every child want to say “No.” Parents are very familiar with this...
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The Silver Thread Throughout

The old story of the silver thread that runs through all lives and connects them together may have application in the workplace as well. From digital marketing professionals that offer customer...
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VS Code: If You Can’t Beat Them…

There’s an old idiom, if you can’t beat them, join them. These days, across a wide variety of it’s business interests, Microsoft seems to be embracing that ideology. In the old...
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New York Company Wants to Add Iris Fingerprint Scans to Airport Security

Flight passengers will soon be able to go through airport security checks a lot faster. If New York-based company Clear has its way, in the near future airlines will be able...
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Microsoft Announces Support for Video Bots in Skype

Chatbots became known to the public in 1963 when computer scientist Joseph Weizenbaum created Eliza, a computer program that simulated communicating with a human. Since then chatbots have evolved, becoming more...
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Net Neutrality: Not Available for Comment

Not available for comment. We’ve grown accustomed to hearing that from politicians, but not from the internet. The internet is the place we go to let politicians know exactly how we...

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Hackers Running Fake Websites To Mimic Major UK Banks

American Cyber Security firm Domain Tools has recently warned that hackers are currently using hundreds of fake websites to mimic major UK banks in...

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