PET Imaging Market Poised To Grow With New Compounds At first glance, a Positron Emission Tomography scanner looks just like an MRI or CT scanner. But obtaining images is a little more complicated in PET.
Before undergoing the scan, patients are injected with a glucose...
Jan 10 2014, 10:11am CST
Will The NSA Hack Wreck Apple Hopes in China? It is three weeks now since Apple inked its new deal with China Mobile giving the Cupertino company access to the subscriber base of the world’s largest mobile phone carrier. China Mobile has 763 million customers....
Jan 7 2014, 6:16am CST
Invest In The Disruptors Of The Real Estate Industry Despite the prospect of rising interest rates, years of oversupply and falling prices, the real estate market has sprung to life in most of the country over the last year. Even in some of the areas that were hardest hit...
Jan 6 2014, 2:16pm CST
Drivers For Change - How The World Might Evolve In 2014 New Year is a time to look forward and ponder how the world will change in the months and years to come. It’s not necessarily something you would expect from an automotive company, though – yet that is what the US...
Jan 6 2014, 12:17pm CST
Snapchat suffers security breach Snapchat quiet after hacking exposes millions of user phone numbers
NEW YORK (AP) — Snapchat, the disappearing-message service popular with young people, has been quiet following a security breach that...
Jan 2 2014, 12:31pm CST
2013 -- Buck Naked on the Web In 2013, as our own individual emperors, we finally comprehended that we were buck naked on the Web and on our cell phones.
Not that we didn’t suspect in 2011 and 2012 that our privacy was compromised — that we were a...
Dec 30 2013, 4:31pm CST
The Year Ahead In Cyber Security: What You Need To Know 2013 was a watershed year for cyber security and digital secret-keeping. Revelations about the way our data is treated once it leaves our browsers and mobile devices, the actions of hacker collectives, the dismantling...
Dec 22 2013, 9:41am CST
Time Management 101: Stop Managing Time Do you find yourself running at an even more frenzied pace during the holiday season? I do. So, as I looked at my bottomless to-do list and deadlines fast approaching I did a Google search on “time management”. I got...
Dec 20 2013, 4:51pm CST
Target Credit Cards Are Selling For $20 - $100 Each Brian Krebs, the venerable security journalist who first reported a security breach at Target that exposed up to 40 million credit cards, has located one of the black market sites selling the card information and says...
Dec 20 2013, 1:46pm CST
Target's Biggest PR Mistake With Credit Card Security Breach The Target Holiday Credit Card Breach of 2013 is destined to become a fixture in the curriculum of crisis management. And not in a good way.
There is a very simple reason why, as the AP reports this morning, Target...
Dec 20 2013, 8:56am CST
Target security breach affects up to 40M cards Up to 40M shoppers may have had credit and debit cards compromised in Target security breach
Target's data-security nightmare threatens to drive off holiday shoppers during the company's busiest time of...
Dec 20 2013, 8:36am CST
Fury and frustration over Target data breach Consumers react to Target security breach of up to 40M credit and debit cards
NEW YORK (AP) — Potential victims of credit card fraud tied to Target's security breach said they had trouble contacting the...
Dec 20 2013, 8:35am CST
Limousine Reservation Service Hack Exposes 850k Customers Info A bunch of hackers recently infiltrated reservation records of limousine and Town Car services. They were able to hijack the personal and financial information of 850,000 clients including top celebrities, lawmakers and Fortune 500 CEOs.
Nov 4 2013, 4:29am CST
British Agency Is Behind Belgacom Hacking According to the latest leaks by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, the British agency (GCHQ) was behind the hacking of Belgacom, Belgium’s biggest telecommunications firm. Instead of the Americans it was the British who were to blame this time around.
Sep 20 2013, 7:03am CDT
FBI Admits Compromising of Freedom Hosting Tor Servers FBI admits what it did. Things are hardly what they seem to be at first sight. It is already revealed that a law enforcement agency being guilty of compromising Freedom Hosting’s Tor servers behind malware attack. And the unbelievable thing is it is none other than the FBI.
Sep 14 2013, 8:26am CDT
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