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The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: How secure are payment technologies? - 1 views

"Many of these evolutionary or revolutionary changes have been driven by convenience and ease of use, and often accepting a certain amount of risk," says Amit Mital, chief technology officer of sec...

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review How secure are payment technologies?

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Queeniey Corliss

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review - Protect Your Assets By Practicing Common-Sense C... - 1 views

Let's get the scary stuff out of the way upfront: Cybercrime costs the global economy $575 billion annually, according to reports. The United States takes a $100 billion hit, the largest of any cou...

started by Queeniey Corliss on 16 Apr 15 no follow-up yet
Enzo Brocato

Hus Cyber Informasjonsdeling Bills: Right Approach men Krev Løser - 1 views

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review - I mars Representantenes hus gitt ut flere deler av lovgivningen om deling av cyber informasjon. To av de mer bemerkelsesverdige av disse regningene er: HR 1...

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review

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Queeniey Corliss

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review - Us Regulator To Impose New Cyber Security Standa... - 1 views

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    A new report highlighting deficiencies in US banks' oversight of suppliers' cyber security should serve to remind financial services companies in Europe of the due diligence they need to undertake, an expert has said.
chelsearton

The Corliss Group: White House Cybersecurity Event to Draw Top Tech, Wall Street Execs - 1 views

Government to Call on Companies to Help Improve Information Sharing as Breaches Get More Sophisticated President Barack Obama will convene top executives from Silicon Valley, Wall Street, and a nu...

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review White House Cybersecurity Event to Draw Top Wall Street Execs

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Queeniey Corliss

Corliss Tech Review Group: ARM smartphone chip boasts 3x computing power - 1 views

With the trend today of making every new smartphone thinner than the last one, most would have to make a compromise between aesthetics and productivity. Usually, a nice and thin smartphone means sh...

Corliss Tech Review Group ARM smartphone chip boasts 3x computing power

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Queeniey Corliss

Corliss Tech Review Group: Google Glass barely alive - 1 views

Two years ago, Google has hyped its Glasses device as the greatest thing since sliced bread -- and for a moment, many of us believed it. During its launch, there was much enthusiasm on the part o...

Corliss Tech Review Group Google Glass barely alive

started by Queeniey Corliss on 02 Dec 14 no follow-up yet
chelsearton

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review on Bitdefender Total Security 2015 - 1 views

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    Regarded as one of the best technical Windows internet security suites for PC and laptop, and Total Security 2015 lives up to that rep.

    Bitdefender is widely regarded as one of the best technical Windows internet security suites. Its Total Security product offers a very good range of the features you rightly expect in a security suite. The 2015 version aims to make life even easier for customers by introducing Profiles, which adapt the software for particular tasks, like playing games, watching movies or general office work. Also see: Best internet security software 2014.

    After installation, you're presented with a very Windows 8-looking tiled interface. Rather than having a lot of tiles slide awkwardly through the Bitdefender window, as in the 2014 version, here there are three large tiles and four subsidiary ones, giving quick and easy access to all the program's key functions.

    The modules provided by Bitdefender Total Security 2015 cover AV, anti-malware and anti-spam, tune-up, online banking protection, a 2-way firewall, parental control, online backup and anti-theft provision.

    Online backup, which Bitdefender Total Security 2015 refers to as Safebox, is handled from the My Bitdefender online site, which is unusual - it's more usually set up and managed locally.
Queeniey Corliss

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: Logitech K480 Keyboard Works with Anything You Own - 1 views

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    It's a truth as universal as it is annoying; if you want all your devices to work with a specific keyboard, well, you'll probably need either one for each, sign on for precisely one device ecosystem, or get used to swiping in words. Travelers in particular are driven insane by this problem, so Logitech decided, quite cleverly, to solve it with the K480.

    Swiss Army Keyboard

    There are two problems with modern portable keyboards. The first is, as we noted, device compatibility. Ask anybody who's had to install drivers just to get a basic keyboard to work, the various device ecosystems out there don't play well with each other and seemingly want to drive you insane.

    Logitech solves this with some clever design. You can switch between three different places to send your words, so that regardless of whether you're all Apple, or a mix of Apple, Chrome, and Windows, you'll be able to use the keyboard and get the point across. Basically, if it uses Bluetooth, you're all set to type.

    At The Trough

    The second problem is keeping all your stuff organized; you've got your phone over here, your tablet over there, and your laptop in front of you… and many keyboards want to be docked solely at your tablet. How does Logitech solve this? Simple: It puts a trough at the top of the keyboard that can easily be used to stand up both your tablet and your phone, and to type away at both of them with ease.

    A Keyboard For The Multitasker

    Multitasking, or at least sorting through your various tasks properly, can be a profoundly annoying experience, and Logitech deserves credit for looking at how we actually use our gadgets and creating a keyboard that fits in with them. If that's something you need, it starts at just $50.
selinardie

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review on How Anqor Gets You Online - 1 views

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    Always Online

    The Anqor itself is fairly straightforward, as a device. It's about the size of a novelty paperback you get as a gift, and relatively light, although that's just the prototype; the end goal device is roughly the size of an iPhone. And it works relatively simply, as well; it connects to a 3G or 4G network in the area you're in, connects to up to ten of the devices you have handy, and we're off to the races. It's how it connects that's more interesting.

    SIMulated Card

    As we all know, to access a local mobile network, you need a SIM card, which is profoundly annoying. What the Anqor does is determine where you are, riffle through the company's library of SIM cards, upload the profile, and you're done. The tradeoff, of course, is that this doesn't come cheap. Global travelers looking for this convenience will be paying roughly $52 a month for the library, although you can pause a subscription at any time, and for just one country, it'll be a more reasonable $16 a month.

    Online Anywhere

    If you're a world traveler, you know from experience that you'll be running around juggling SIM cards anyway, so you may as well clean some of the clutter out of your life. And, if you never leave the country but your job requires constant Internet access, this might be worth it as well. The device, without data plan, will start at around $270 if you get in early on the Kickstarter.
Grace Wilson

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: OpenSSL advarer kreditorer mod at bruge sarbarhed... - 1 views

Sårbarhed oplysninger vil blive nøje holdt indtil patches er klar, OpenSSL Project sagde. Sikkerhedsbulletiner for OpenSSL bør ikke anvendes til konkurrencefordel, ifølge projektets udvikling bag ...

OpenSSL advarer kreditorer mod at bruge sarbarhed info for markedsforing The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review

started by Grace Wilson on 13 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
Franchezca Mindaine

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: Beskyttelse mot identitetstyveri Tjenes... - 1 views

Med alle rapporter om sikkerhetsbrudd, føler du at det er bare et spørsmål om tid før din identitet blir stjålet? Og hvis det er sant, vil registrere deg for en beskyttelse mot identitetstyveri tje...

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review Beskyttelse mot identitetstyveri Tjenester verdt å ha?

started by Franchezca Mindaine on 13 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
rochamila00

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review on Neuroscientists Object to Europe's Human Brain ... - 1 views

More than 180 neuroscientists have signed an open letter to the European Commission calling on it to reconsider the technical goals and oversight of one of the world's largest brain-mapping project...

Neuroscientists Object to Europe's Human Brain Project The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review

started by rochamila00 on 24 Jul 14 no follow-up yet
Franchezca Mindaine

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: New Algorithm Finds the Most Beautiful - 1 views

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    The way we navigate in cities has been revolutionized in the last few years by the advent of GPS mapping programs. Enter your start and end location and these will give you the shortest route from A to B.

    That's usually the best bet when driving, but walking is a different matter. Often, pedestrians want the quietest route or the most beautiful but if they turn to a mapping application, they'll get little help.

    That could change now thanks to the work of Daniele Quercia at Yahoo Labs in Barcelona, Spain, and a couple of pals. These guys have worked out how to measure the "beauty" of specific locations within cities and then designed an algorithm that automatically chooses a route between two locations in a way that maximizes the beauty along it. "The goal of this work is to automatically suggest routes that are not only short but also emotionally pleasant," they say.

    Quercia and co begin by creating a database of images of various parts of the center of London taken from Google Street View and Geograph, both of which have reasonably consistent standards of images. They then crowdsourced opinions about the beauty of each location using a website called UrbanGems.org.

    Each visitor to UrbanGems sees two photographs and chooses the one which shows the more beautiful location. That gives the team a crowdsourced opinion about the beauty of each location. They then plot each of these locations and their beauty score on a map which they use to provide directions.

    The idea here is that the user enters a start and end location and an algorithm then finds the most beautiful route, rather than the shortest one. It does this by searching through every possible route, adding the beauty scores for each and choosing the one that ranks highest.
Queeniey Corliss

The Corliss Group Latest Tech Review: GE Device Measures the Calories on Your Plate - 1 views

Self-tracking devices like the Fitbit do a fair, if imperfect, job at measuring how much you move and then inferring how many calories you've burned in a day. But they don't measure how many calori...

Corliss Group Latest Tech Review GE Device Measures the Calories on Your Plate

started by Queeniey Corliss on 15 Jul 14 no follow-up yet
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