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Just How Bad Was the ICANN Breach?
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T-Mobile Agrees to $90M FTC Payment
Mobile Tech
Is ISIS Attacking Foes with Malware?
Network Security
Report: How Sony Was Hacked
Network Security
Google Wants Android-Powered Cars
Mobile Tech
Fitness Trackers for the Fit Techie
Google Delays Fiber Roll Out News
Dirty Secret Affects Every Phone User
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Sprint Faces $105M Cramming Fine
Google Drive Gets New Features
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
The FBI is pointing the finger of blame for the Sony Pictures cyberattack directly at North Korea. The hackers stole confidential data and caused the movie giant to can its new comic film, "The Interview."

ENTERPRISE HARDWARE SPOTLIGHT
Almost half of consumer, industry and life sciences manufacturers are expected to be using 3D printers within three years and now 3D printing services are aiming to help companies experiment.
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