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Cybercriminals Are Misappropriating Businesses' Web Addresses
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Cybercriminals Are Misappropriating Businesses' Web Addresses

Cybercriminals targeting businesses are stealing more than customer passwords and credit-card numbers these days.

White House Names Nation's First Chief Data Scientist
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White House Names Nation's First Chief Data Scientist

Taking a page from Silicon Valley's playbook, the White House said on Wednesday it had appointed the nation's first chief data scientist.

The Future of Virtual Sex
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The Future of Virtual Sex

Is another human being necessary for satisfying sex?

Andreessen Horowitz Taps Into Thriving World of Programmers
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Andreessen Horowitz Taps Into Thriving World of Programmers

With its recent investment in Stack Exchange, venture firm Andreessen Horowitz now counts three significant companies in its portfolio that serve the broad and...

Google Sweetens the Bug Bounty
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Google Sweetens the Bug Bounty

Google's security team has a problem.

Cyber Insurance Demand Said Rising in Europe
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Cyber Insurance Demand Said Rising in Europe

The increasing incidents of cybercrime is sparking European executives' interest in insurance policies that cover the fallout from hacking, officials at insurance...

As Cyber Threats Soar, So Do Ciso Salaries
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As Cyber Threats Soar, So Do Ciso Salaries

The search for chief information security officers has become a seller’s market as companies rush to hire security experts in the wake of several high-profile cyberattacks...

Facebook Touts Its 'economic Impact' but Economists Question Numbers
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Facebook Touts Its 'economic Impact' but Economists Question Numbers

Facebook has more than a billion users and generated an estimated $12 billion in revenue last year. But the company says its economic impact is far greater.

'soft' Artificial Intelligence Is Suddenly Everywhere
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'soft' Artificial Intelligence Is Suddenly Everywhere


IBM Wins Most Patents—again—but Google and Apple Climb in Rankings
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IBM Wins Most Patents—again—but Google and Apple Climb in Rankings

There was little change among the largest recipients of U.S. patents in 2014. But two big Silicon Valley names—Google and Apple—continued climbing the charts.

Venture Money Pours Into Robotics Startups
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Venture Money Pours Into Robotics Startups

Robots are creating work for at least one kind of human: venture capitalists.

Automation Makes ­S Dumb
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Automation Makes ­S Dumb

Artificial intelligence has arrived.

Baidu's Andrew Ng on Deep Learning and Innovation in Silicon Valley
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Baidu's Andrew Ng on Deep Learning and Innovation in Silicon Valley

Six months ago, Chinese Internet-search giant Baidu signaled its ambitions to innovate by opening an artificial-intelligence center in Silicon Valley, in Google's...

What Is Tor? Did Police Outfox It?
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What Is Tor? Did Police Outfox It?

European police Friday said they had figured out how to pierce an Internet privacy tool used by dissidents, journalists and online drug dealers.

In Era of Google Maps, Fans of Paper Maps Refuse to Fold
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In Era of Google Maps, Fans of Paper Maps Refuse to Fold

Alan Grossman, a New York lawyer, is fond of his gleaming new iPhone 6 Plus. Seated at his favorite cafe on a recent morning, he conjures up a Google map of Memphis...

Intel's Pc Chief Sees Big Changes Coming in 2015
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Intel's Pc Chief Sees Big Changes Coming in 2015

Intel failed to match its normal cadence of delivering new microprocessors this year.

Malls Fill Vacant Stores With Server Rooms
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Malls Fill Vacant Stores With Server Rooms

The Internet is moving to a shopping center near you.

Nsa Director Offers Olive Branch in Silicon Valley Speech
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Nsa Director Offers Olive Branch in Silicon Valley Speech

The director of the National Security Agency said Monday that he understands why Silicon Valley companies have beefed up security to keep out government agencies...

Google Retools Its Flu Prediction Engine—after Getting It Wrong
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Google Retools Its Flu Prediction Engine—after Getting It Wrong

It's flu season and Google has some news.

Chinese Internet Censor Hints at Facebook's China Challenges
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Chinese Internet Censor Hints at Facebook's China Challenges

A senior Chinese Internet regulator on Thursday showed the hurdles Facebook could encounter trying to get into the Chinese market—no matter how impressive Mark...
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