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Coping, caring, hoping, sharing – Livemint

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Ka had more than 200 messages of hope, shared stories from fellow parents about their children with hearing loss, autism, vision issues, cancer, Down Syndrome, dyskinesia, various GI issues, cerebral palsy, fetal alcohol syndrome, childhood apraxia of speech, muscular dystrophy, ADEM, diabetes and well, more. Many people reached out through Facebook, some through Twitter and LinkedIn, and…

2014 AT&T Developer Summit and Hackathon

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  The AT&T Developer Summit is a special developer focused event that we pack with valuable news and information about emerging technologies and offer opportunities to network with top industry professionals and experts. It all starts off with a Mobile App Hackathon on the 4th and 5th and leads into a day filled with the latest from…

Grand Canyon National Park

In this Friday photo released by the National Park Service, visitors to Mather Point at Grand Canyon National Park look out over a rare total cloud inversion. The phenomenon, caused by cold and warm air masses interacting, left the Grand Canyon peaking above a sea of clouds.

Facebook 56 million in the Arab world

Facebook brought into prominence on Tuesday that it has 56 million active users in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), where activists used the social media network to organize Arab Spring rebellion. In fact, Facebook regional chief Jonathan Labin told a news conference in Dubai while noting a significant increase in the number of people connecting from mobile devices, that half…

1024 bit RSA key of certified smartcards hacked!

Most of your online traffic is encrypted through a protocol called SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer. Basically, when you access a website, what’s happening is your client (such as a Web browser) is accessing a server, the computer on which the website’s data is stored. Through the client-server connection, the server’s data comes over the Internet to…

Cybersecurity is attracting lots of capital

The tremendous and rapid growth of big-time Internet based corporations, such as Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Intel, Apple, Facebook and many others, highlights the immense potential this particular industry is enjoying and will continue to enjoy in the years to come. However, this tremendous growth is associated with a significant increase in cybercrime and security threats. Companies are spending huge…

No such thing as hacker-proof

Effective cyber security today means identifying threats before attacks occur and securing your most valuable assets. For starters, there is no such thing as “hack-proof”. The only device or network that is unhackable is the one that isn’t and can’t be connected to the internet or a network. The nature of cyber threats has changed—and so too should the…

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