Monthly Archives: July 2014

Why Does Everyone Want to Kill BlackBerry?

Starting as far back as 2011, both IT and financial experts have been predicting the end of BlackBerry. That’s when RIM (Research in Motion), the maker of the BlackBerry, saw its share prices bottom out. It was also the first … Continue reading

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Why Google Glass Failed

For 3 times more than you’d pay for a good smartphone, you can buy a  smartphone that you can wear on your face. If the idea of wearing a smartphone on your face doesn’t appeal to you, you are probably not alone. … Continue reading

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Think Cyber Insurance is the Only Way to Protect Your Company from Hackers? Think Again

It’s normal to become pessimistic when you attempt to protect your company from cybercrime. After all, nearly every expert says it’s not a matter of if you’ll get hacked, but when. No matter what efforts you make to secure your … Continue reading

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The 6 Most Unusual/Creative Hacks and Cyber Mysteries of All Time

I’m not talking about normal malware here. To qualify as one of these most unusual hacks or mysteries, the perpetrator must have an unusual goal or an unusually creative angle. Admittedly, there were a number of contenders but, at some … Continue reading

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