New Apple Mac Pro Due Out Thursday
Sprint, Dish To Offer LTE at Home
NSA Phone Snooping Unconstitutional
Microsoft's 2014 Security Predictions
Tech Giants Getting Some Backbone
Staying true to its original promise, Apple will release its new Mac Pro on Thursday, allowing the tech giant to come out with the computer before its end-of-the-year deadline.
Dish Network and Sprint have announced they are jointly conducting an experiment with offering fixed LTE wireless Internet service for residences, initially in some areas of Corpus Christi, Texas.
Plaintiffs in the Klayman v. Obama case have a legal standing to challenge the constitutionality of the U.S. govt’s bulk collection, querying of phone record metadata, says a federal judge.
With a little help from its employees, Microsoft is giving the security world a sneak peak of potentially the biggest threats in 2014. But it could just as easily be the 2013 list, or even the list for 2015.
Even as President Obama meets with major tech firms about governmental snooping, some of those companies are moving to get more control of their own data. A key strategy: get more backbone.