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Why WireLurker, the iPhone’s Most Advanced Malware Ever, Shouldn’t Terrify You

You may have heard that a new strain of malware called WireLurker has attacked Apple’s OS X operating system for Mac and iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad. You might have also heard that it’s incredibly dangerous and that you should be very, very scared. But the truth is, the malware itself has already been … Continue reading

U.S. Postal Service Says It Is Victim of Hacking Attack

Image Source WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service said Monday it is the victim of a cyberattack and that information about its employees, including Social Security numbers, may have been compromised. The FBI and other federal agencies are investigating, the agency said in a statement. Postal Service spokesman David Partenheimer said personal information that may … Continue reading

Canadian Remembrance Day: A Detailed Look at Timelines and Traditions Honoured

Microsoft’s New ‘Band’ Is a Smartwatch in a Fitness Tracker’s Body

(Microsoft) It was while the Giants’ Madison Bumgarner was dealing high fastballs in Wednesday night’s World Series-clinching win over the Kansas City Royals that Microsoft finally decided to pitch us the details on its rumored smartwatch. And no doubt hoping to shift the wrist-wearable market a bit, it looks like the team out of Redmond … Continue reading

You Can Now Use Emoji to Search for Things on Bing

Bing often lives in the shadow of its competitors. But today it’s stepping forward with a cartoonish yellow foot. Microsoft announced Tuesday morning that you can now search Bing with emoji, those adorable little pictographs most commonly used in text messaging. This means the next time you’re looking for a good cup of coffee nearby, … Continue reading


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