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  • Here comes Bixby: Samsung to pack AI voice controls into every device it sells by 2020 - CNET
  • Trump can't block Twitter users from following his account, judge rules - CNET
  • Matt Groening Netflix series Disenchantment gets release date - CNET
  • The Tesla Model X is now much cheaper... in China - Roadshow
  • Early Memorial Day sales: $30 off Kindle readers, laptop price cuts and more - CNET
  • Uber rolls out health insurance for drivers across Europe - CNET
  • Uber shutters its driverless car operations in Arizona - CNET
  • Bernie Sanders slams Amazon and Jeff Bezos as part of 'a rigged economy' - CNET
  • Watch Hawaii's Kilauea volcano glow through the clouds - CNET
  • Paid full price for iPhone battery replacement? Apple will refund you - CNET
  • Apple AirPlay 2: Everything we know so far - CNET
  • Garbage Pail Kids cards from the '80s to return as a mobile game - CNET
  • Managing a Facebook group is hard. Zuckerberg is trying to make it better - CNET
  • Facebook takes some of the pain out of safer logins - CNET
  • Chunk of original Star Wars Death Star goes for sale on eBay - CNET
  • No PlayStation 5? Don't be surprised if so - CNET
  • 2019 Nissan Altima Edition One comes with its own concierge - Roadshow
  • Childish Gambino and Cardi B make Spotify's Songs of Summer list - CNET
  • Jeep recalls 50,000 Cherokees over engine fire risk - Roadshow
  • Apple MacBook keyboard issue prompts second lawsuit - CNET
  • Hyundai wants to let you pay for coffee with your car - Roadshow
  • Ferrari SP38 is a stunning one-off built atop the 488 GTB - Roadshow
  • Hackers infect over 500,000 routers with potential to cut off internet - CNET
  • FreedomPop launches Unreal Mobile service, dreams of premium subscribers - CNET
  • Pandora widens personalized playlist 'soundtracks' to Premium members - CNET
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    eWeek
  • Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13 Delivers Long Term Support
  • Need for “Speedy” Innovation, Software Updates Puts Pressure on CIOs
  • WordPress Privacy Enhancements Help Websites Comply With GDPR
  • How International NGO Uses Cloud Tools to Advocate for the Poor
  • Google Touts Enterprise-Friendly Features in Android P
  • Microsoft Gives SharePoint Collaboration a Mixed-Reality Twist
  • Confluent, Google Team Up to Provide Streaming Data Platform
  • Informatica Planning Fall Release of iPaaS for Microsoft Azure
  • OpenStack Boosts Container Security With Kata Containers 1.0
  • Intel Unveils OpenVINO Toolkit for IoT Business Vision Intelligence
  • Nine Steps to Future-Proofing Smart Cities
  • Microsoft Surface Hub 2 Takes Work Team Collaboration to a New Level
  • Intel Set to Patch Two New Meltdown, Spectre Vulnerabilities
  • Cloud 2020: Canonical’s Six Trends Shaping the Future of Cloud
  • Unintended Consequences of GDPR Threaten Blockchain, Domain Name IDs
  • IT Science Case Study: Logging In for Health Care Made Better
  • Google Announces General Availability of Kubernetes Engine 1.10
  • Micron, Intel Ship Industry’s First Quad-Level Cell NAND SSD
  • Microsoft Acquires Conversational AI Startup Semantic Machines
  • OpenStack Moves Beyond the Cloud to Open Infrastructure
  • Harmon.ie Launches Seminal Enterprise App Using Microsoft Graph
  • Most Companies Won’t Make GDPR Deadline, Putting Customer Trust at Risk
  • Ensuring Peak Performance at the Edge
  • VMware Integrated OpenStack 5 Aims to Accelerate Carrier Clouds
  • With GDPR Deadline Looming It’s Time to Review Compliance Checklist
  • Intel Makes a Move into Vision Intelligence IoT Business
  • Dell Latitude 5290 2-in-1 Tablet Is an Effective Laptop Replacement
  • Process Automation Joins the Flock Collaboration App
  • Google Introduces Advanced Analysis Capability in Analytics 360
  • CrowdStrike Advances Cyber-Security Automation to Aid Forensics
  • Global Security Finance
    IDG Connect
    Information Week
    Information Shield
    Security Week
    Security News Portal.com
  • Pakistan military accused of hacking Australian diplomats
  • Lake Worths alert system is hacked and sends out a warning of a zombie invasion
  • Jamia site hacked twice in 24 hours
  • Cloud risk mitigation strategies
  • GDPR A roadmap to compliance
  • Amazon Rekognition a possible threat to the civil rights of citizens
  • WeLiveSecurity in running for European Security Blogger Awards. Vote now
  • The curious case of encrypted URL parameters
  • Linux ext4 Outofbounds Memcpy via NonInline system.data xattr
  • Global Cloud Security Market Growth 2018 Report and Forecast till 2025
  • Arcserve Secures GDPR Certification Emphasizes its Commitment to the Security and Privacy of Custome
  • Keys to Staying Secure in MultiCloud Environment
  • Facebook wants your naked photos to stop revenge porn
  • FBI admits overcounting locked iPhones and other mobiles
  • Uber gives drivers sick pay and parental leave
  • BMW cars found to contain more than a dozen flaws
  • Confucius Update New Tools and Techniques Further Connections with Patchwork
  • Ransomware and How to Beat it the Court Route Part 1
  • Ransomware attack in Indiana hits multispecialty practice
  • Surviving a Ransomware Attack
  • Vulnerabilities Found in RTUs Used by European Energy Firms
  • Senator Asks DoD to Secure Its Websites
  • VPNFilter Destructive Malware
  • The bad password habits we just cant break
  • Enterprise data increasingly accessed from mobile devices
  • ICO Analysis Verasity VRA
  • Jamia website hacked restored
  • The worlds biggest database of hacked passwords is now a Chrome extension that checks yours automati
  • Cyber Tougher European privacy rules coming another computer processor bug found
  • Canadian firms under GDPR deadline pressure from European partners
  • Will You Be Able to Find Your Critical Records During a Disaster
  • Skills shortage a major cyber security risk
  • Application and device security under the spotlight
  • Mobile fraud up 680 since 2015 RSA reports
  • Thousands of Infected Android Apps Found on Google Play Store
  • Search.searchwfc. com
  • Trojan.Fuery
  • Comcast Patches Router Bug That Leaked Some WiFi Passwords
  • Six Vulnerabilities Found in Dell EMCs Disaster Recovery System One Critical
  • Researchers Say More SpectreRelated CPU Flaws On Horizon
  • Spam and phishing in Q1 2018
  • Backdoors in DLinks backyard
  • Bitcoin in Brief Wednesday McAfee Predicts Bull Run as Crypto Markets Dip
  • Optus slapped with $1.5 million fine over NBN migration
  • Trump Reportedly Ignores Smartphone Security Because Its Too Inconvenient
  • The Cybersecurity 202 These hackers warned Congress the internet was not secure. 20 years later thei
  • UK chancellor puts finger in air promises 15 MEELLION full fibre connections by 2025
  • Cisco warns 500000 routers have been hacked in suspected Russian plan to attack Ukraine
  • Cyber firms warn on suspected Russian plan to attack Ukraine
  • As SportsMedia Organizations Transition to IP Network Security Concerns Take Center Stage
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    The Heritage Foundation

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