JPMorgan Chase hack update: 76 millions plus users affected In July, JPMorgan Chase notified customers of a data breach but the latest number is staggering: 76 million personal and 7 million business accounts. Now the federal government's nosing around for answers with a company budget of $250 million a year in security protection.
Oct 3 2014, 11:16pm CDT
Greta Van Susteren Interviews Jill Abramson Before Katie Couric Greta Van Susteren has taken in depth interview of Jill Abramson last night. This is one of two interviews with the fired New York Times editor for the first time since her dismissal. Katie Couric will take the other interview today.
Jul 17 2014, 9:47am CDT
8 Star Trek Technologies that Become Real NASA physicist Harold White and artist Mark Rademaker recently released spectacular images of the “IXS Enterprise,” a design for a hypothetical faster-than-light starship based on work being done in Dr. White’s lab at...
Jun 25 2014, 6:00am CDT
Amazon Prime Music Launches Amazon Prime subscribers can now enjoy unlimited music streaming, thanks to Prime Music.
Jun 12 2014, 2:13am CDT
Jill Abramson Dismissed by the New York Times The executive editor of the New York Times has left and is to be replaced with her second in command. Jill Abramson is not the top cat at the newspaper premises anymore.
May 15 2014, 10:11am CDT
Alexandra Levit: Millennial Entrepreneurs At Work I recently spoke to Alexandra Levit, who is the author of They Don’t Teach Corporate in College: A Twenty-Something’s Guide to the Business World (10th anniversary edition) and the co-author of the 2014...
Feb 28 2014, 11:16am CST
The Twitter Tricks From The New York Times I’m a small publisher in both budget and manpower. As such, I must work smart. Everything I attempt to do must be purposeful and efficient. One of the greatest insights I have come upon to move my business forward is to...
Jan 22 2014, 8:04am CST
7 Ways To Protect Yourself Against A Data Breach As business owners, we know that we could be doing a better job protecting our data. We should be more responsible, have better controls and be more secure. Like the big companies, right? Hmmm.
Dec 31 2013, 9:16am CST
David Brooks: A Pseudo-Conservative Exposes Himself (Again) If his December 16 New York Times column, “Strengthen the Presidency,” is any indication, faux-conservative David Brooks has been hitting the spiked Christmas eggnog early and hard. Or maybe, as we’ve seen before, when...
Dec 23 2013, 7:46am CST
Syrian Electronic Army Hacks New York Times and Twitter and More. How? The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) has shown its real face once again. By hacking the New York Times as well as Twitter domain name servers (DNS). NYT was attacked via its DNS registrar, Melbourne IT. SEA tries to hack more than 10 websites including Huffington Post, The Financial Times and more. SEA has proven that it supports President Bashar al-Assad in civil war.
Aug 28 2013, 2:46am CDT
iRadio rumors kicks up to high gear In a few hours from now, Apple will once again make history.While the secrecy of products remain tight, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal are both reporting that iRadio will be announced in a few hours at...
Jun 10 2013, 3:57am CDT
Apple reportedly signs iRadio deal with Warner Music Group Earlier today, the New York Times is reporting that Apple is on the verge of completing its licensing deals with a few recording companies. Sources also told the publication that the new service, dubbed iRadio, could be...
Jun 3 2013, 1:41am CDT
Tesla Model S Review Controversy Goes into Next Round Elon Musk will have to spend more time away from building rockets if he wants to continue fighting the New York Times over the bad Model S review. The New York Times reviewer just hit back.
Feb 15 2013, 2:54am CST
Apple TV has Siri Voice Interface New York Times reports that the rumored integrated Apple TV would have a voice activated interface similar to Siri on the iPhone 4S.
Oct 27 2011, 2:09pm CDT
Coca Cola Super Bowl Ad Details unveiled Coca Cola will run two commercials during Super Bowl XLV on Sunday. The New York Times reports that one will about two rivaling border guards who make peace while sharing a Coca Cola. The second Coca Cola Super Bowl...
Feb 1 2011, 10:18am CST
The New York Times Game Pencil 2-Pack for $5 + free shipping Pen's n More via eBay Daily Deal offers The New York Times Game Pencil 2-Pack for $5 with free shipping. At $2.50 / pencil, that's the lowest total price we could find for a lighted pencil anywhere. This "lead-less"...
May 21 2010, 3:30pm CDT
New York Times iPad App unveiled The New York Times announced today the release of The New York Times Editors’ Choice app, offering a selection of the latest news, business and technology news, opinion and features chosen by Times editors that can be...
Apr 2 2010, 9:18am CDT
New York Times Announces Metered Paid Content Model The New York Times sent a press release out today announcing the introduction of a paid content model, starting in 2011. This metered payment model will allow users a limited amount of free access per month. Once you've...
Jan 20 2010, 10:13am CST
GE Storage Breakthrough Puts 100 DVDs on a Single Disc GE has made a storage breakthrough reports the New York Times that allows a density on a single disc high enough to store 100 DVD movies. The disc itself is a standard CD or DVD size and is a success in the laboratory...
Apr 27 2009, 7:00am CDT
Seller’s Remorse? Skype Founders Look to Buy It Back The New York Times is reporting today that Skype co-founders Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis are looking to buy back the Internet calling service from eBay, the very same eBay they sold it to for $2.6 billion in 2005....
Apr 11 2009, 2:29pm CDT
The Guessing Game has begun for the next iPhone? The New York Times just published a story titled: "The Guessing Game Has Begun on the Next iPhone". The NY Times is a bit late to the 3G iPhone rumor topic and apparently thinks it just started.
The 3G iPhone guessing...
May 28 2008, 1:15am CDT
NYT: That iPhone Is Missing a Keyboard The New York Times runs a story on the fact that the iPhone does not have a mechanical keyboard.
Quote: "There is a billion-dollar gamble underlying Apple’s iPhone, it lies in what this smart cellphone does not have: a...
Jun 13 2007, 9:49am CDT
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