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Washington tries to tackle hackers behind Sony attack

A security guard stands at the entrance of United Artists theater during the premiere of the film "The Interview" in Los AngelesBy David Brunnstrom and Piya Sinha-Roy WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES, (Reuters) - Washington made the woes of cyberattack victim Sony Pictures its own on Thursday as the White House acknowledged that the devastating strike against the big Hollywood studio was a matter of national security that would be met by a forceful government response. But the White House was not ready to put the blame on North Korea, despite a U.S. official's indication on Wednesday that Washington may soon formally announce the involvement of the Pyongyang government. ...


BlackBerry third-quarter revenue falls more than expected, shares slide

The new Blackberry Classic smartphone is shown during a display at the launch event in New YorkBy Allison Martell and Alastair Sharp TORONTO (Reuters) - BlackBerry Ltd on Friday reported a bigger-than-expected drop in third-quarter revenue, sending shares of the struggling smartphone maker lower, even as it eked out a small adjusted profit and began generating cash flow again. Revenue fell to $793 million from $1.19 billion a year earlier, falling short of analysts' expectations of $931.5 million. BlackBerry's Nasdaq-listed shares fell 5.7 percent to $9.50 in premarket trading. ...


For North Korea's cyber army, long-term target may be telecoms, utility grids

A world map with the Korea peninsula marked in red is seen as a hotel receptionist talks on the phone in Rason cityBy Ju-min Park and Jack Kim SEOUL (Reuters) - The hacking attack on Sony Pictures may have been a practice run for North Korea's elite cyber-army in a long-term goal of being able to cripple telecoms and energy grids in rival nations, defectors from the isolated state said. Non-conventional capabilities like cyber-warfare and nuclear technology are the weapons of choice for the impoverished North to match its main enemies, they said. ...


Amazon's cloud business a harder sell in post-Snowden era

A just-delivered Amazon box is seen on a counter in Golden, ColoradoSAN FRANCISCO/SEATTLE (Reuters) - This spring, Taser International Inc won a small but high-profile contract to supply body cameras to the London police. But the deal nearly collapsed over one issue: where the video footage would be stored.


BlackBerry closes acquisition of Germany's Secusmart

An attendee takes a photo during the launch event for the new Blackberry Classic smartphone in New YorkTORONTO (Reuters) - BlackBerry Ltd said Friday it has completed its acquisition of Secusmart, a privately held firm that specializes in voice and data encryption. Waterloo, Ontario-based BlackBerry agreed to buy the German maker of encryption and anti-eavesdropping services in July, in a move to burnish its credentials with highly security-conscious clients like government ‎agencies. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. ...


Sony: Europe holiday sales of PlayStation 4 'inventory challenged'

Visitors looks at Sony Corp's PlayStation 4 game consoles and control pads displayed at a booth during the Tokyo Game Show 2014 in MakuhariTOKYO (Reuters) - The head of Sony Computer Entertainment, the Japanese electronic group's video gaming division, said holiday sales of its PlayStation 4 gaming console in Europe were so strong that it was fighting to keep up with demand. "If I look at Europe I think it is potentially, for the second year running, going to be quite inventory challenged," Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Andrew House told Reuters on Friday. He did not give specific numbers, and said the company was doing its best to bolster production and logistics to deal with the strong demand. ...


Watch the funniest video from Grand Theft Auto V

Watch the funniest video from Grand Theft Auto VI don't want to tell you anything about this Grand Theft Auto V video, posted to YouTube by BustedHead. It's so simple and perfect and oh my gosh I cannot stop laughing. My cheeks hurt from giggling so much. The video was posted on November 27th, so it's not brand new, but I'm going to assume some of you haven't seen it, and I hope to correct that.


Watch the funniest video from Grand Theft Auto V

Watch the funniest video from Grand Theft Auto VI don't want to tell you anything about this Grand Theft Auto V video, posted to YouTube by BustedHead. It's so simple and perfect and oh my gosh I cannot stop laughing. My cheeks hurt from giggling so much. The video was posted on November 27th, so it's not brand new, but I'm going to assume some of you haven't seen it, and I hope to correct that.


Instagram is now valued at $35 billion

Instagram is now valued at $35 billionFor Facebook, buying Instagram was a steal. In a note this morning, Citigroup says that it has reexamined its valuation of Instagram and now believes that it is worth $35 billion. Citi had previously valued Instagram at $19 billion, that itself being far above the $1 billion that Facebook purchased Instagram for back in 2012. The increased value is due to Instagram's announcement last week that it now has over 300 million active monthly users — meaning that it's growing faster than expected. ...


Skype Translator helped me speak Spanish for the first time

Skype Translator helped me speak Spanish for the first timeI woke up this morning, ate my breakfast and spoke some Spanish. I can’t even speak Spanish. I didn’t emerge from a dream or experience a medical miracle, I used Skype Translator. It’s a new app designed to translate your speech in real time, making it possible to hold a conversation in a language you don’t understand.I spoke with Maria Romero Garcia, a Spanish professor who has helped Microsoft test early versions of its Skype Translator software. We discussed everything from the weather to holiday plans, and Garcia’s work as a translator. ...


The Vergecast 131: Texting for drugs

The Vergecast 131: Texting for drugsAs the year winds to a close, we reflect back on the horrors of hacking, the collusion against Goliath, the merits of a physical keyboard, and something about The Mars Volta.


MPAA decries Google's 'shameful' attack on its anti-piracy program

MPAA decries Google's 'shameful' attack on its anti-piracy programThe Motion Picture Association of America has responded to Google's condemnation of Project Goliath, a secret and ambitious anti-piracy program revealed in leaked Sony documents. Yesterday, the search company said it was "deeply concerned" by the MPAA's efforts to push new content-blocking methods and help attorneys general build legal cases against Google, accusing the organization of attempting to "secretly censor the internet." But a spokesperson for the MPAA says these claims are disingenuous.


2014 welcomes the Net's new names: .beer, .farm, .nyc

2014 welcomes the Net's new names: .beer, .farm, .nycNew Web and email address options exploded this year with 469 new top-level domain names. Next, year, Google, Amazon and 10 others will bid for rights to oversee .app.>


Samsung is pulling its ChatOn messaging app

Samsung's social messaging app will close down in February, except in the US.Despite initially denying media reports, several weeks on Samsung has now confirmed that from February, ChatOn will be no more.


Private cloud tops Intel survey

Private cloud tops Intel surveyAn Intel survey has shown a marked preference for private clouds, with a virtualised datacentre a prerequisite for operating in the cloud.


Samsung ChatOn will be turned off in February

Samsung ChatOn will be turned off in FebruaryWhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and other instant messaging apps appear to have won the day over Samsung's own-brand effort.>


Get a Loftek portable LED work light with USB charger for $54.99

Get a Loftek portable LED work light with USB charger for $54.99Impossibly handy for homes, cars, campsites, job sites and more, this compact light can also power your smartphone.>


Let it snow Nobel physicists

Let it snow Nobel physicistsDownload and craft these paper snowflakes in honor of award-winning scientists Albert Einstein, Marie Curie and Erwin Schrödinger.>


Poll: Americans skeptical of commercial drones

FILE - I this March 12, 2014 file photo, a drone flown by Brian Wilson, prepares to land after flying over the scene of an explosion that leveled two apartment buildings in the East Harlem neighborhood of New York. Americans are deeply skeptical that the benefits of the heralded drone revolution will outweigh the risks to privacy and safety, although a majority approve of using small, unmanned aircraft in dangerous jobs or remote areas, according to a new Associated Press-GfK opinion poll. By a 2-to-1 margin, those polled said they oppose allowing use drones for commercial purposes. Only 21 percent favor commercial use of drones, while 43 percent oppose it. Another 35 percent were in the middle. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans are skeptical that the benefits of the heralded drone revolution will outweigh the risks to privacy and safety, although a majority approve of using small, unmanned aircraft for dangerous jobs or in remote areas, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll.


Apple CEO Cook "deeply offended" by allegations of factory worker mistreatment

Apple CEO Cook "deeply offended" by allegations of factory worker mistreatmentApple CEO Tim Cook is reported to be "deeply offended" by renewed allegations of poor working conditions in its Chinese factories following an undercover investigation carried out by the BBC.


Misfortune Cookie Takes Bite Out of Internet Security

Misfortune Cookie Takes Bite Out of Internet SecurityThis cookie wants to take a bite out of you: A serious security flaw called Misfortune Cookie affects more than 12 million routers, modems and other "gateway devices" — as well as all the devices connected to them, from computers, smartphones and tablets to "smart home" devices such as toasters, refrigerators, security cameras and more.


Google to Integrate Android Directly Into Cars (Report)

Google to Integrate Android Directly Into Cars (Report)Google knows that the next big platform war is going to take place behind the wheel, and it won't necessarily need Android phones as a Trojan horse. A new report says the company has plans to integrate its operating system directly into vehicles in 2015.


Year in review: Top trends in mobile on ZDNet Mobile News

Year in review: Top trends in mobile on ZDNet Mobile NewsAs the year draws to a close, it's fun to look back at the most popular topics and see what that tells us.


BlackBerry squeaks out quarterly profit

BlackBerry squeaks out quarterly profitAfter several quarters of losses, BlackBerry finally ekes out a small profit. But sales remain weak for the once-mighty smartphone maker.>


This iPad app will land your airplane if your pilot can't

This iPad app will land your airplane if your pilot can'tYou might think that Citymapper is a pretty useful app to have in an emergency, but it’s nothing compared to Xavion: an iPad app that can take control of a small airplane and steer it to the nearest airport without any human interaction. Whether it’s engine failure, a fuel shortage, or the pilot is just too drunk to fly, Xavion will step into the breach for $199 a year, taking control of the plane via Wi-Fi and working out the nearest safe place to land.


2014: What Google searches tell us about the year in tech

2014: What Google searches tell us about the year in techThe technology sector reeled off plenty of innovation in 2014. Here's what Google search trends tell us about the year in tech.


Friday Poll: Was Sony right to cancel 'The Interview'?

Friday Poll: Was Sony right to cancel 'The Interview'?Bowing to hacker pressure, Sony canceled the theatrical debut of the new Seth Rogen-James Franco film, "The Interview." Hollywood celebrities are upset about the move. Are you?>


A smartphone as a holiday gift? Not such a brilliant idea

A smartphone as a holiday gift? Not such a brilliant ideaIn this week's Ask Maggie, CNET consumer advice columnist Marguerite Reardon cautions readers to think twice about giving a smartphone as a gift. One reason why? It's the gift that keeps on costing.>


The 404 Show x Giant Bomb mashup: 2014 year in gaming wrap-up

The 404 Show x Giant Bomb mashup: 2014 year in gaming wrap-upJoin CNET's Jeff Bakalar as he sat down with Russ Frushtick along with Giant Bomb's Vinny Caravella and Alex Navarro as they round up everything 2014 had to offer in gaming. The guys cover the highs, the lows and everything in between including a look towards 2015.>


Zero Day Weekly: ICANN hacked, critical GitHub vuln, too much Sony drama

Zero Day Weekly: ICANN hacked, critical GitHub vuln, too much Sony dramaA collection of notable security news items for the week ending December 19, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.


Blackberry posts 3Q adjusted profit, revenue down
NEW YORK (AP) — Blackberry reported an adjusted profit for its fiscal third quarter, surprising Wall Street. But its revenue fell, missing analysts' estimates.
Duet turned my old iPad into a fast MacBook display

Duet turned my old iPad into a fast MacBook displayI just spent $10 on Duet Display to turn my aging iPad into a secondary MacBook display. That’s about five times more than I’d normally consider prudent for an app, but it was worth every penny.


'Samsung couldn't build a good OS if they tried,' claims Cyanogen CEO

'Samsung couldn't build a good OS if they tried,' claims Cyanogen CEOCEO and founder of Cyanogen, a company that specializes in modding Android, strikes out at one of the largest and most popular Android hardware makers.


Watch Stephen Colbert and a chorus of celebrities sing goodbye to The Colbert Report

Watch Stephen Colbert and a chorus of celebrities sing goodbye to The Colbert Report"Now folks, if this is your first time tuning into The Colbert Report, I have some terrible news."


Apple is 'deeply offended' by BBC's labor abuse allegations

Apple is 'deeply offended' by BBC's labor abuse allegationsApple CEO Tim Cook has responded to an investigative report that revealed labor abuses at one of the company's Chinese suppliers, saying he's "deeply offended" by the allegations. In an internal email to UK employees obtained by the Telegraph, Jeff Williams, Apple senior vice president of operations, wrote that both he and Cook are "deeply offended by the suggestion that Apple would break a promise to the workers in our supply chain or mislead our customers in any way."


Rachel Tipograph: Former Gap director of digital. Burgeoning entrepreneur. Ex comedy agent.

Rachel Tipograph: Former Gap director of digital. Burgeoning entrepreneur. Ex comedy agent.Rachel Tipograph was Gap's youngest executive. Now she's bringing her digital and social insights to a brand new venture of her own.


Microsoft to discount Xbox Music by 50 percent in one-day promotion

Microsoft to discount Xbox Music by 50 percent in one-day promotionThe discount is part of Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals. The Xbox Music Pass streaming-music service normally costs $99.90 a year, but it will go for $49.90 on Friday.>


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