What You Need to Know About the Recent FBI Hack

You know things are getting pretty bad when government agencies like the IRS and the Department of Homeland Security have experienced data breaches. Hackers were able to collect and make public the data records of nearly 10,000 Department of Homeland Security employees. Sadly, that’s not the end of it. The same hackers recently published the […]

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What Is Project Natick?

An underwater data center sounds like the stuff of futuristic science fiction, but Microsoft intends to make it a reality with Project Natick. The tech giant just made the project’s website public, providing a great visual summary of what to anticipate. In Microsoft’s own words: “Project Natick seeks to understand the benefits and difficulties in […]

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Slack Is Launching Its Own App Store

It seems like yesterday tech pundits were singing the praises of scrappy up-and-coming business-messaging app Slack. Today? The company is valued at $2.8 billion, and if recent news is anything to judge by, they’re just getting started. In a now-familiar course for tech startups, Slack is looking to branch out into new territory. Their new […]

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Digital Assistant Cortana Can Help Plan Your Day

Microsoft’s digital voice assistant, Cortana, is finally available for iOS and Android. It launched on Windows Phone devices about a year ago but was exclusively available for Microsoft’s mobile platform until now; unless you count the Beta on Android, but it wasn’t widely available to everyone. Why did Microsoft make the sudden change? Microsoft has […]

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Government In Turkey Recently Banned Reddit

The Turkish government has blocked access to Reddit. An announcement on an official government site, dated November 13, 2015, says the website was found to be in violation of Turkey’s internet censorship law. Users lost access to Reddit the same day, but they regained access one day later. The Law Formally known as Internet Law […]

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