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Heartbleed Bug- Are You at Risk?

The Heartbleed bug, a web encryption flaw which has impacted at least two-thirds of the world’s web servers, made headlines last week. The flaw created an online arena for attackers to steal crucial data without leaving any trace of infiltration. … Read more >

Google Glass Will Change Your View of Technology

Google has introduced its new product, Google Glass. Here are five ways Google Glass has shattered the boundaries of technology. The Concept: The concept of an augmented reality is not new, but Google certainly just added a new look to … Read more >

Five-year-old Exposes Xbox Glitch, Named Microsoft Security Researcher

Kristoffer Von Hassel, a five-year-old Californian boy, revealed a glitch in Microsoft’s Xbox gaming system. Kristoffer’s parents noticed that their son was playing age-restricted games on his father’s account, without knowing or stealing the password. The boy’s father, Robert Davis, … Read more >

Mars Simulation Begins in Hawaii

Mauna Loa, a volcanic area on the main island of Hawaii, is the new site for NASA’s simulated Mars mission. The Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS) has started its 120-day experiment with six chosen researchers who will experience … Read more >

Major Damage Control For Mozilla After CEO Supports Anti-Gay Group

Mozilla faces major damage control after its new CEO, Brendan Eich, was exposed for supporting an anti-gay ballot back in 2008.  Knowledge of the donation first surfaced in 2012, but many Mozilla employees called for his resignation via Twitter last … Read more >

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